Milwaukian takes on two roles in ballet shows

Milwaukian takes on two roles in ballet shows

Charlotte Logeais is getting ready to live a fairy-tale life on Nov. 28, 29 and 30, when she...

Orange Line's GOLDEN SPIKE

Orange Line's GOLDEN SPIKE

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TriMet installs art along Trolley Trail

TriMet installs art along Trolley Trail

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County's pockets of poverty often invisible

County's pockets of poverty often invisible

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Christmas card sales boost library

Christmas card sales boost library

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Lacey Lady's NEW HOME

Lacey Lady's NEW HOME

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Voters support CCC measure to expand facilities, upgrade technology

Voters support CCC measure to expand facilities, upgrade technology

Clackamas Community College’s measure faced no organized opposition and enjoyed broad...

Clackamas Bookshelf donations give books to kids

Clackamas Bookshelf donations give books to kids

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Another Right 2 Dream Too?

Another Right 2 Dream Too?

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McLoughlin House hosts plein-air paintings

McLoughlin House hosts plein-air paintings

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Gifford named state's substitute of the year

Gifford named state's substitute of the year

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Light the Night walkers honor, remember Bethany Hartung

Light the Night walkers honor, remember Bethany Hartung

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GHS senior returns to starring role at OTC

GHS senior returns to starring role at OTC

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TAXES divorced from REALITY

TAXES divorced from REALITY

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Enter, if you dare!

Enter, if you dare!

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FUELING SUCCESS

FUELING SUCCESS

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Forest of Arts to celebrate with music, environment

Forest of Arts to celebrate with music, environment

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Locally made film takes on 'ugly facts' of homelessness

Locally made film takes on 'ugly facts' of homelessness

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Not a lot of traffic on this commute

Not a lot of traffic on this commute

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Fire's online connections

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From the Bing cherry to Willamette Falls

From the Bing cherry to Willamette Falls

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Cheers meet premiere of Wine:30 'parklet'

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Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

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WATERSHED GETS HANDS-ON HELP

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ROCK 4 A REASON

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Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: KOIN 6 NEWS - A husband and wife are found wounded on the driveway of an Oregon City home Nov. 25.
November 26, 2014

Community grieves apparent domestic-violence murder

by Raymond Rendleman
Rebekah Johnson, 32, shot in a domestic dispute, according to Oregon City police, died Wednesday morning. She was found with her 38-year-old husband lying in the driveway of their Oregon City…
November 26, 2014

Buy Local campaign gains steam

by The Oregon City News
At last week’s City Commission meeting, Mayor Doug Neeley officially proclaimed Nov. 28 to Dec. 6 as “Oregon City Buy Local Week,” saying, “It is my honor to acknowledge the efforts of Buy Local…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: MPD - Kelsey Alexis Zionskowski of Milwaukie with her 5 year-old-son, Santino.
November 26, 2014

Milwaukie crash victim faces more surgeries

by The Clackamas Review
The Clackamas County Peace Officers Benevolent Foundation this week began raising money for a Milwaukian who is facing overwhelming medical costs after being hit on McLoughlin Boulevard. On Aug.…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED - Rex Putnam High School's Royal Crowns hip-hop team shows its moves during the Nov. 15 competition where it earned first place.
November 25, 2014

Talented dancers head to fall championship

by Raymond Rendleman
Rex Putnam High School’s Royal Crowns tore up the Clackamas High School main gym this month to the delight of hundreds of spectators, taking first in hip hop and second in small jazz. Royal…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Twelve of the 39 pending marijuana cases in Clackamas County will be dismissed under a new policy announced by the district attorney's office.
November 24, 2014

Clackamas County lightens up on marijuana charges

by Saundra Sorenson
In anticipation of Measure 91, many charges will be dismissed Good news for anyone facing a criminal marijuana charge in Clackamas County: Your case may be dismissed, or the charges may be…
Photo Credit: COURTESY: CITY OF OC - Here's how an artist envisions one of Oregon Citys alleys could be used after upgrades are completed next year.
December 01, 2014

OC's alleys getting major upgrades

by Raymond Rendleman
If downtown Oregon City’s alleys were able to be used differently, would it make Main Street a more active and vibrant place to live, work and visit? Work began last week on alleyway upgrades,…
November 23, 2014

Firefighters rescue family dog

by Jim Redden
Clackamas firefighters rescued a family's dog from a burning mobile home in Damascus on Saturday. No one was hurt in the incident, which is still under investigation. According to Clackamas Fire…
November 26, 2014

Fat Cupcake announces grand opening

by The Oregon City News
Oregon City residents can pucker up for the newest neighbor on the block. If you’re in need of a sweet fix or an explosion of palatable flavors, Fat Cupcake promises a wonderful experience and…
November 29, 2014

Snuggles on demand: Feel the love this holiday season

by The Oregon City News
Operated by the Oregon Humane Society, a fleet of Snuggle Express vehicles will bring cargoes of cuddly kittens and precious puppies to Portland-area businesses during the height of the holiday…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: CCSO - Lt. James Rhodes and Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts sport beards to help raise awareness for a mens health charity.
November 21, 2014

Bearded deputies raise money to fight cancer

by The Clackamas Review
November is Men’s Health Awareness Month, and people across the country are recognizing this important effort by growing out their facial hair, as part of the No Shave November campaign. At the…

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Nov 21, 2014

First 'John' sentenced in Oregon is from OC

by The Oregon City News
On Wednesday, Nov. 19, Senior U.S. District Court Judge Robert E. Jones sentenced Ben Allen Riggs, 64, of Oregon City, to serve 24 months in federal prison. Riggs is the first “john” to be…
Nov 20, 2014

Christmas Giving Breakfast set for Dec. 12

by The Clackamas Review
The North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce will give 100 percent of the funds donated toward the Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation’s Operation Santa Claus as part of its Christmas…
Nov 19, 2014

Clackamas County immigrants favor OC, Happy Valley

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon experiencing boom in number of people moving here - This week, Portland State University’s Population Research Center (PRC) released its preliminary 2014 population estimates, showing…
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Nov 19, 2014

'Prolific' construction site burglar arrested

by Geoff Pursinger
Tigard, Lake Oswego, Happy Valley, Beaverton and West Linn police departments and the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office participated in the investigation. Police have arrested a man they…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - People crowd the Oak Lodge Sanitary Distict boardroom last week wanting to comment on a merger proposal with the Oak Lodge Water District.
Nov 19, 2014

Oak Lodge districts could sign a pre-nup

by Raymond Rendleman
Like a bunch of blushing brides and grooms, the elected officials who govern districts providing sewer and water service to Oak Grove and Jennings Lodge keep pushing back their date for planning…
Nov 19, 2014

ELECTION TIE?! It could happen with Happy Valley police levy

by Raymond Rendleman
Happy Valley’s enhanced police services measure that had been winning by a 51-to-49 percent margin in early returns now shows a tie, with 2,892 votes in favor and another 2,892 against. Happy…
Nov 19, 2014

'Gray Thursday' spurned at The Mac Store

by Raymond Rendleman
Kevin Anderson, CEO of The Mac Stores, thinks that at 4 p.m. on Thanksgiving, people should be sitting down to break bread with their families, not clocking into work like employees had to last…
Nov 19, 2014

Building sale seals Carver school's fate

by Raymond Rendleman
Last month’s $700,000 sale of Carver School in Damascus ended its nearly 80-year history as an educational institution as the building is being refurbished by Carver Event Center LLC. As the…
Nov 19, 2014

Interested in water? Join a county board

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Clackamas County announces search for citizen advisers - Clackamas County is seeking citizens to serve on four county Advisory Boards and Commissions. The Clackamas County Service District…
Nov 19, 2014

Area military officers to meet for holiday event

by The Clackamas Review
Members of the Portland Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America will gather Dec. 2 to celebrate the holidays and remember those who died at Pearl Harbor in 1941. Social time…




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