Crosswalk crash deja vu in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Case of 83-year-old Norma Gabriel being killed by a FedEx driver April 26 being compared to cases in 2013 and '14, one involving a Milwaukie police…

McLoughlin Boulevard closing Friday night to Monday morning

Clackamas Review - News
State officials say that weekend travelers on Highway 99E (Southeast McLoughlin Boulevard) should expect delays for about the next month.

Interstate tolls looming for metro area

Portland Tribune - News
Transportation legislation requires state to submit plan by end of 2018, but federal approval is required before it happens.

Happy 100th birthday, Helen Strain!

Clackamas Review - News
Helen Strain, a resident at Holiday Retirement's Vineyard Place in Oak Grove, blows out her 100 candles

Garden tour to help grow Oak Lodge Public Library membership

Clackamas Review - News
Tour of the six private gardens will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, July 22. In addition, a tour of the Seeds for Sharing Garden will be…

Past influences future at OC's First City Celebration

Clackamas Review - News
First City Celebration from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 22, in downtown Oregon City features 120 horse-drawn vehicles, thousands of period…

Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery welcomes new board members

Clackamas Review - News
At the first meeting with new members, board expands program of biographical signs marking historically significant graves

Clackamas Community College hosts delegation of Mongolian…

Clackamas Review - News
As part of the Mongolian leaders' participation in the Open World Program, 9th U.S. Circuit Judge Diarmuid F. O'Scannlain will serve as host judge

Jail staff, others attend class on de-escalating violence

Clackamas Review - News
Last month the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) hosted a special three-day class

Cans to support community

Clackamas Review - News
The Milwaukie Lions Club will be holding a can-and-bottle drive from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, July 15 in the parking lot at the Bomber Restaurant…

MPD: Drunk driver's crashed SUV rolls backwards into nearby…

Clackamas Review - News
Suspect reportedly exits his crashed vehicle, but doesn't put his car in park so it rolls backwards down Harrison Street into a nearby residence,…

Consultant will review Clackamas sheriff's policies

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners OK sheriff's request after a former detective is convicted for his failure to investigate reports of child abuse.

'Literary theater' returns to Ledding Library

Clackamas Review - News
'Storytelling at Twilight III' is part of the Ledding Library's Cultural Forum series at 7:30 p.m. July 20, at 10660 S.E. 21st Ave., Milwaukie.

Seventh Street porch pirate sought in Oregon City

Clackamas Review - News
Surveillance video captures suspect walking onto the porch of the residence and examining the package for a few seconds before stealing it

3 locked in cooler during robbery at Milwaukie tavern

Clackamas Review - News
Police say that the two armed suspects on July 12 walked into Gilmore's Meadows, 5823 S.E. Johnson Creek Blvd.

Sexual abuser of 13 year old sentenced to 16 years in prison

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City resident Michael Scott Morris pleads guilty to two counts of first-degree sexual abuse, and one count each of second-degree rape and…

Celebration seeks to build momentum for removing Kellogg Dam

Clackamas Review - News
On July 16, the North Clackamas Urban Watersheds Council is holding the first-ever Remove Kellogg Dam Community Celebration at the Milwaukie…

New theater company debuts with 3 performances in Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
Rising Phoenix Theater, a Milwaukie-based theater company founded by Susan Scovil, debuts with three performances

OSU Extension Service: Preserve the season when you can

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon State University's BASIC-4 class series and several specialty classes feature fresh, locally grown produce

Twilight Evening School Program program builds on successes

Clackamas Review - News
Program has expanded for more of the North Clackamas School District's students to obtain a high school diploma

Oregon City Police Chief Jim Band joins Children's Center…

Clackamas Review - News
Children's Center is the only organization in Clackamas County providing comprehensive child abuse assessment, prevention and intervention services.

K9 Mac captures suspect in Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
Saturday afternoon chase ends in unincorporated area of Clackamas County near Colton with arrest

Clackamas County backs action on climate change

Portland Tribune - News
Resolution puts it among local and state governments rebuffing President Trump's move to withdraw from a 2015 global accord.

CCSO: Sunnyside Road family threatened with ax

Clackamas Review - News
A 35-year-old man who allegedly threatened his family with an ax on on July 4 was arrested after a standoff with SWAT officers

School notes for July 5

Clackamas Review - News
Sabin Schellenberg student receives SkillsUSA Travel Scholarship; Historic re-enactors floated this summer; New to OC, Redland or Beavercreek?

Art is the star at Milwaukie's First Friday

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie will be awash in art on July 7, during the celebration of First Friday, and through the month of July

Damascus sinkhole causes boil water notice and lane closures

Gresham Outlook - News
Highway 212 by Safeway is down to one lane and flaggers are directing traffic traveling east, west.

Clackamas Fire to break ground on new fleet and logistics…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Fire District 1 will hold a groundbreaking ceremony 10 a.m. Thursday, July 6, just north of the fire district's training center, 16170 S.E.…

MAP-IT meeting second Tuesday this month

Clackamas Review - News
McLoughlin Area Plan Implementation Team, which normally meets the first Tuesday of the month, will gather this month at 6:30 p.m. on July 11 at…

City launches Solarize Milwaukie

Clackamas Review - News
This month the city of Milwaukie will preselect and evaluate potential installation firms, streamline the permitting process and leverage the…

Grab your cape and join Coins For Candlelighters, amazing…

Clackamas Review - News
Verne Duncan Elementary School raises $1,602. in a Coins For Candlelighters drive last month; Candlelighters' Superhero 5K run is scheduled for…

Clackamas Community College bond sale generates 8M in…

Clackamas Review - News
High volume of interested investors competing in the bond marketplace helps the college get closer to closing its $44 million funding gap

Clackamas board OKs $1.1 billion in spending

Portland Tribune - News
Commissioners approved county budget and plans for eight other agencies they govern; cycle starts Saturday, July 1.

Nonprofit group hosts life jacket giveaway on Saturday

Gresham Outlook - News
Moments for Life Jackets Inc. was created by family members of Meagan O'Meara-Clark, a woman who lost her life rafting on the Clackamas River.

ODFW applies to cull sea lions at Willamette Falls

West Linn Tidings - News
Proposal comes after hazing efforts proved unsuccessful; culling of sea lions could begin in early 2018

County eyes shelter for veterans

Portland Tribune - News
But zoning-code change, which public can weigh in on during hearings, is required for Clackamas area project to proceed this year.

Nonprofit consultant Michael Brand named interim Chamber…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Amber Holveck steps down from 13 years of service in July

82nd Drive pedestrian bridge closing July 3-10

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County's Water Environment Services to close its 82nd Drive bridge for pedestrians and cyclists for one week starting Monday, July 3

Friends fondly remember Norma Gabriel, killed in crosswalk

Clackamas Review - News
83-year-old Sellwood resident dies May 10 from injuries she suffered being hit by a FedEx van turning into the Milwaukie Transit Center

FedEx driver makes Milwaukie transit-center crosswalk deadly

Clackamas Review - News
Lake Oswego resident pleads no contest and pays a $260 traffic ticket for failing to yield to Norma Gabriel; Jason James Fletcher also paid a total…

Milwaukie Poetry Series season ends with award…

Clackamas Review - News
It's unusual for the series to have two readings in a month, and it's especially unusual that they're both Oregon Book Award winners

School notes for June 28

Clackamas Review - News
La Salle student honored; Stewart appointed to Gladstone School Board; Putnam student wins Rotary scholarship

Oregon City Festival artists give back to community

Clackamas Review - News
In August, an art festival returns to the End of the Oregon Trail, where dozens of regionally respected artists will set down their artwork in the…

Oregon City man allegedly steals Maserati, drives…

Clackamas Review - News
Harold Reichart Cubbedge, 51, of Oregon City arrested at the scene; second suspect identified as Corey John Smith, a 27-year-old white man, 6-foot-1…

Free summer food at North Clackamas School District…

Clackamas Review - News
When school ends for the year, so do the free school meals that more than 200,000 Oregon kids eat every day of classes

Clackamas Emergency Services donates to OCHS, Meg's…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation donates to Meg's Moments for Life Jackets and the Pioneer Pantry at Oregon City High School

Pet therapy event at Capitol highlights stress of…

Portland Tribune - News
Rep. Janelle Bynum, D-Clackamas, organized the 'Snuggle Express' event to sooth tensions in the waning days of session.

Oregon City Homeless Solutions Coalition seeks out…

Clackamas Review - News
New organization can be credited with spearheading positive changes for Oregon City's homeless people

Oregon City's two-year budget unanimously approved

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City officials are celebrating the fact that the newly approved $191 million budget will fund some additional park maintenance and OCPD…

Families displaced by apartment fire in Clackamas

Portland Tribune - News
Blaze started on patio and quickly spread to adjoining units before being extinguished by responding firefighters on Friday

Study recommends decommissioning of Willamette…

Clackamas Review - News
In 2012, the National Trust for Historic Preservation classified the locks as one of the 'most threatened national treasures' in the country

Flagger killed as crews work on Happy Valley gas…

Clackamas Review - News
UPDATE: A 71-year-old flagger from Sandy was struck by a dump truck as crews worked near SE 132nd Avenue and Rose Meadow Drive.

Grand jury says officer justified in May 10…

Clackamas Review - News
Portland Transit Division officer who killed suspect in Southeast Portland on Wednesday was partnering with his Clackamas County Sheriff's Officer…

Short-term private home rentals to pay tax

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County commissioners last week approved an amendment to the county code to collect the tax revenues from service providers such as Airbnb

Miramont Pointe celebrates 15 years

Clackamas Review - News
The 15th anniversary event will feature entertainment by pianist Graham James and Robbie Laws, who was named the best electric guitarist in the…

Inaugural Best of Oregon City People's Choice…

Clackamas Review - News
From 132 finalists, 62 will be named Best of Oregon City at a June 22 red carpet ceremony at the Abernethy Center

School notes for June 21

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie High School students get scholarships; Oregon City High School students take field trip for unity

Riverside Elementary School students donate toys to…

Clackamas Review - News
Oak Grove benefit drive collects 140 new toys to be donated to Doernbecher Children's Hospital

Dog show coming to Clackamas Event Center

Clackamas Review - News
Happy hounds and all that comes with them will be on display at this year's Clackamas Kennel Club Dog Show Friday through Sunday

Health care provider tax narrowly passes House

Clackamas Review - News
The bill, which comprises a significant portion of lawmakers' attempts to close a $1.4 billion budget gap, now goes to the Oregon Senate.

Arsonist in Gladstone sentenced to 50 months in…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone Police Department links Nathan Billman to several fires in the area that had occurred in 2016

June 22-24 sale at Amato Publications lures anglers

Clackamas Review - News
The upcoming 50th anniversary sale at Frank Amato Publications will be all about fish: fishing books and magazines, accessories and art

Burning trash for electricity? No problem, report…

Clackamas Review - News
Officials who support garbage burning have encountered public resistance since Oregon City fended off a proposed garbage burner in the early 1980s

Oregon City Public Library summer reading gets…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Fire Chief Fred Charlton, Police Chief Jim Band lend support to program at 606 John Adams St.

Red Cross needs summer blood donors

Clackamas Review - News
During the summer months many schools where blood drives are held - and where new donors give - are not in session

King's Raven Winery holds benefit for Timberline…

Clackamas Review - News
A winery just south of Oregon City this month is hosting a benefit for the preservation of National Historic Landmark Timberline Lodge

Opera's in the House

Clackamas Review - News
Rep. Mark Meek stuns onlookers with rendition of 'O Sole Mio' on the floor of the House of Representatives

History student recreates centuries-old art…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone High School senior Emily Hunt wanted to try something special for her final project in AP U.S. History

CCSO: Woman kidnapped, held in RV for 12 hours in…

Clackamas Review - News
Investigators said Michael Gray Wilkins, 47, and Leslie Jacobs Weeks, 49, had been holding the woman hostage

Milwaukie's Edward Eugene Davis arrested in Oregon…

Clackamas Review - News
Early on Friday morning, Oregon City police arrested a suspect from Milwaukie after officers witnessed him get into a car in the fenced secure lot of…

Jim Tompkins remembered as dedicated local historian

Clackamas Review - News
A funeral is scheduled for 11 a.m. Thursday, June 22, at the Beavercreek United Church of Christ, with a reception to follow at 1 p.m. at the Museum…

Renaissance Faire expands in Canby

Clackamas Review - News
This weekend, June 17-18, the theme will be 'all things Celtic, so bring out your kilt and show off your knees a little bit.'

Kraxberger Middle School names Jeff Waters…

Clackamas Review - News
Waters brings unique skills in restorative-justice practices designed to decrease racial disproportionality in school discipline data

Corrosive acid sends 1 to hospital from Oregon City…

Clackamas Review - News
At 5:33 p.m. Tuesday, June 13, Clackamas Fire's Hazardous Materials Response Team was able to contain the muriatic acid (also known as hydrochloric…

School notes for June 14

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone eighth-graders learn CPR; Safe Routes funding; Milwaukie Eagle Scouts; WHACK campaign; Latino culture, music camp at CCC; bike tourism

Clackamas Denny's arson suspect sent to Oregon…

Clackamas Review - News
At a hearing this week, 24-year-old DeShaun James Swanger's capacity to proceed in the trial was brought into question

CCSO seeks serial arsonist near Southeast 82nd Drive

Clackamas Review - News
Anyone with information is asked to call CCSO at 503-723-4949 or submit a tip online at web3.clackamas.us/contact/tip.jsp

Schools offer free summer lunches

Clackamas Review - News
To find a summer meal site in North Clackamas or Oregon City, visit the website summerfoodoregon.org or phone 211

Oregon City watermelon tosser sought on criminal…

Clackamas Review - News
Police seek the public's assistance in identifying the person who threw a watermelon from a moving vehicle, causing extensive damage to a parked…

Milwaukie High School bond project takes shape

Clackamas Review - News
VIDEO: Architects and school officials favor constructing a new high school at the site over renovating the old building

North Clackamas Chamber to hold Awards Celebration

Clackamas Review - News
The North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual Awards Celebration on Thursday, June 15, at Gray Gables Estate

Kevin Moran joins board of Providence Milwaukie…

Clackamas Review - News
Board helps Providence Milwaukie Hospital expand its operations, buy new equipment, and provide treatment to everyone who comes through its doors

Bill lets some recover back wages

Clackamas Review - News
A state senator who represents Milwaukie and Oak Grove in the Oregon Legislature played a key role in the passage of an equal-pay bill

Pamplin launches new websites for dozens of…

Portland Tribune - News
Regular visitors to this website will see something quite different today: an updated digital presence from the only news organization that covers…

Gladstone City Administrator Eric Swanson resigns…

Clackamas Review - News
Swanson leaves the city just as Assistant City Administrator Jacque Betz heads on vacation through June 18

McLoughlin Boulevard down to two lanes June 12…

Clackamas Review - News
South of Oregon City, Highway 99E will be down to one travel lane in each direction 24 hours a day

Clackamas County reaffirms support of diversity,…

Clackamas Review - News
Board resolution follows up earlier stances, also reinforces state law and court decision curbing cooperation with federal enforcement efforts.

Clackamas County reaffirms support of diversity,…

Oregon City News - News
Board resolution follows up earlier stances, also reinforces state law and court decision curbing cooperation with federal enforcement efforts.

Art exhibit at Milwaukie City Hall celebrates…

Clackamas Review - News
June is Pride Month in Oregon and Milwaukie's arts committee decided to celebrate that event by putting up a huge exhibit at the Milwaukie City Hall

Local middle-school bands march to Junior Parade…

Clackamas Review - News
More than 30 middle-school bands marched in the annual parade on Southeast Sandy Boulevard in the Hollywood neighborhood.

Circus comes to Clackamas Town Center

Clackamas Review - News
American Crown Circus is set up for 7:30 p.m. June 8-12 across from Chick-Fila-A

Pared tenant protections bill heads to Senate

Clackamas Review - News
A Senate committee has stripped a tenant protections bill of a key provision that would have allowed cities to impose limits on rent increases.

Clackamas budget one step away from approval

Clackamas Review - News
On 9-1 vote advancing it, one member takes issue with priorities of sheriff; committee OKs spending plan for county and seven associated agencies.

Clackamas budget one step away from approval

Oregon City News - News
On 9-1 vote advancing it, one member takes issue with priorities of sheriff; committee OKs spending plan for county and seven associated agencies.

Faith-healing church members charged with murder of…

Clackamas Review - News
Ginnifer Mitchell was born prematurely, and a member of Oregon City's Followers of Christ Church called the medical examiner after the infant died

World watches gathering to remember Happy Valley's…

Clackamas Review - News
Best, 53, died along with Reed College graduate Taliesin Myrddin Namkai-Meche, while another man, Micah Fletcher, was seriously wounded in the attack

Gladstone Mayor Tammy Stempel hopes recalls lead to…

Clackamas Review - News
The first step in moving on, she said, is on June 7, to declare officially vacant the seats held by councilors Steve Johnson and Kim Sieckmann

Open Studios of Beavercreek features 26 artists…

Clackamas Review - News
From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 9, 10 and 11, visitors can wind through the scenic roads of Beavercreek and meet artists

Clackamas County K-9 Coda captures car-theft suspect

Clackamas Review - News
Canine officer Coda helped deputies track the suspect, Patrick Emanuel Bent, 28, to at Steven's Orchards Apartments in Happy Valley

Stolen car crashes into house after police chase

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County deputies arrived at the crash scene and witnessed both 22-year-old occupants of the vehicle fleeing on foot

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