Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 as sixth annual series moves to Milwaukie High School

Celebrate Earth Day on April 22 as sixth annual series moves to Milwaukie High School

This year's Milwaukie Watershed Event film series will include 'Finding Fontinalis' and 'The...

Oregon City resident Spencer Hadduck raising awareness about leukemia

Oregon City resident Spencer Hadduck raising awareness about leukemia

Cancer survivor training for the San Diego Rock n' Roll Marathon in June

Oregon City-area renovation of Red Lodge Transition Center to help Native American women leaving Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville

Oregon City-area renovation of Red Lodge Transition Center to help Native American women leaving Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Wilsonville

Trish Jordan, executive director of Red Lodge Transition Services, is excited to be building the...

Get involved with your Community Planning Organization in unincorporated Clackamas County

Get involved with your Community Planning Organization in unincorporated Clackamas County

Called CPO Summit, the new organization seeks to become a stronger voice for the county's...

Oregon City Police Department's THIN BLUE LINE between kids and drugs

Oregon City Police Department's THIN BLUE LINE between kids and drugs

OCPD's newly expanded school-resource-officer program splits time between Oregon City High School...

CCSO: Beavercreek trespassers killed by property owner

CCSO: Beavercreek trespassers killed by property owner

Detectives determined Dustin Louis Childress, 40, and Thomas Lee Hegar Jr., 50, were shot at by...

Jennings Lodge residents brace for zoning decision

Jennings Lodge residents brace for zoning decision

Clackamas County Hearings Officer Fred Wilson wrote a letter dated Feb. 9 stating that 'there is...

Grano Bakery rises to the occasion in Oregon City

Grano Bakery rises to the occasion in Oregon City

Ulises Alvarez and Ava Mikolavich, the couple behind Grano Bakery & Market, said that Oregon City...

WWII relics uncovered at Waterboard Park in Oregon City

WWII relics uncovered at Waterboard Park in Oregon City

Neighbors have recently uncovered evidence that buildings proposed for demolition under the...

Milwaukie Rotary plants its first Peace Pole

Milwaukie Rotary plants its first Peace Pole

Club members hope to install them at all public schools in the North Clackamas School District

Volunteers needed for Watershed Wide work party

Volunteers needed for Watershed Wide work party

The Johnson Creek Watershed Council and its partners invite the community to participate from 9...

Newly created Milwaukie High School alumni foundation plans party, movie night to raise funds for two scholarships

Newly created Milwaukie High School alumni foundation plans party, movie night to raise funds for two scholarships

Mustang Born Alumni Scholarship Foundation is brainchild of Kami Aguilar, whose husband is a...

Check out seeds with Seeds for Sharing program at Oak Lodge Library

Check out seeds with Seeds for Sharing program at Oak Lodge Library

Through the Seeds for Sharing Library, you can even rent gardening tools using your county...

North Clackamas Parks may acquire Concord Elementary, give up Hood View Park to North Clackamas School District

North Clackamas Parks may acquire Concord Elementary, give up Hood View Park to North Clackamas School District

A proposal to sell the Concord school building to Clackamas County's North Clackamas Parks &...

Beavers, development, weather take toll on trees along Clackamas River

Beavers, development, weather take toll on trees along Clackamas River

Clackamette Cove development removing about 383 trees throughout the master-plan site didn't...

Despite hardships, Carissa Price has zest for life

Despite hardships, Carissa Price has zest for life

Carissa sings in Exceed Enterprises' Community Enrichment and Learning Center choir, loves going...

Philip T. Oatfield house threatened with demolition in Oak Grove

Philip T. Oatfield house threatened with demolition in Oak Grove

Clackamas County regulations fail to provide any protections for the county's registered Historic...

Army reservist mysteriously vanishes near Clackamas Town Center

Army reservist mysteriously vanishes near Clackamas Town Center

UPDATE: The family is offering a $1,000 reward for information that helps authorities locate Will...

Oregon City's Rae Gordon heading to International Blues Competition

Oregon City's Rae Gordon heading to International Blues Competition

UPDATE: At 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 9, Trails End Saloon is throwing a celebratory party for Rae...

Clackamas County residents among 100 thousand in Women's March on Portland

Clackamas County residents among 100 thousand in Women's March on Portland

Newly elected Milwaukie City Councilor Angel Falconer attended the march to 'show solidarity with...

Gladstone plans to 'change locks' on Friday at 18505 Portland Ave. property

Gladstone plans to 'change locks' on Friday at 18505 Portland Ave. property

UPDATE: City officials decided to delay changing the locks after Sharon Alexander said she has a...

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PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - Clackamas Fire Chief Fred Charlton (left) and Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation President Don Trotter present a check for $5,000 to Tom Soma, executive director of the Childrens Center, which supports and medically assesses children in Clackamas County who are suspected victims of abuse or neglect.
April 26, 2017

Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation donations to help children

by The Clackamas Review
Donations go to nonprofit abuse intervention Children's Center in Oregon City and Rowe Middle School's Food for Success program in Milwaukie
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Celebrating the $1,000 grant to Linwood Elementary are, from left, Joel Bergman with Milwaukie Rotary, fifth-grade teacher Bridget Miller and fourth-grade teacher Ana Eguren.
April 26, 2017

School notes for April 26

by Raymond Rendleman
$1K supports Battle of the Books; volunteer to help kids read; superintendent lunches with students; child abuse-prevention trainings; why we don't eat…
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Clackamas County Chairman Jim Bernard stands in front of the auto-repair business that his family has owned for 92 years.
April 25, 2017

Clackamas County Chairman Jim Bernard selling property in Milwaukie to developer

by Raymond Rendleman
Bernard's Garage is closing on May 1 after 92 years in business


April 25, 2017

Mary's Woods to host sixth-annual Health & Wellness Fair

by Pamplin Media Group
A health fair will be free open to the public from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Mary's Woods Auditorium
2014 PHOTO BY: JOSH KULLA - The Bomber restaurant in Milwaukie draws its name from the Lacey Lady, a B-17 that lived at this spot along busy Highway 99E from 1947 to 2014, when it went to Aurora State Airport for restoration.
April 24, 2017

Lacey Lady gets prime-time treatment

by Raymond Rendleman
Just in time for the 70th anniversary of McLoughlin Boulevard's iconic 'Bomber,' it will be featured on national TV
April 24, 2017

Previous arson victim: Police didn't believe me

by Cole Miller/KOIN 6 News
Man attacked in movie theater before Denny's customer set on fire says he wasn't taken seriously.
April 24, 2017

OCPD: Hide-and-seek game player, 9, pulled by stranger

by Raymond Rendleman
The child was the seeker and counting when an unidentified subject grabbed his leg and pulled him several feet
April 24, 2017

Willamette Falls Legacy Project transportation planning gets underway

by Raymond Rendleman
WFLP seeks to identify solutions for transportation and parking that will be associated with the public walkway, where $25 million is budgeted for…
April 24, 2017

Celebrate Earth Day, Arbor Day during Oregon City Enhancement Day

by Raymond Rendleman
Events from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 29, at Wesley Lynn Park, 12901 Frontier Parkway
Martinez-Flores
April 24, 2017

Santiago Martinez-Flores wanted for alleged sexual assault of 9-year-old

by The Clackamas Review
Martinez-Flores has a lengthy criminal record dating back to 1994 and was last known to have been deported to Mexico in March of 2001
April 23, 2017

Celebrate the best places, people in Oregon CityA new collaboration between the Downtown…

by The Oregon City News
A new collaboration between the Downtown Oregon City Association and the Oregon City Chamber of Commerce
PHOTO BY: JOHN BAKER - Vinyl enthusiasts paw through the boxes of records available at last year's Bonanza event.
April 22, 2017

Vinyl 'making a comeback' at county's event center

by John Baker
34th annual Record Bonanza is from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, April 23, at the Clackamas County Event Center
SUBMITTED PHOTO  - Claire Blaylock, executive director of Clackamas County Historical Society, was invited to attend the Getty Leadership Institute.
April 21, 2017

MOOT's Blaylock selected for prestigious Getty Program

by Pamplin Media Group
Oregon City resident Claire Blaylock, who runs CCHS's Museum of the Oregon Territory, was one of only 26 museum professionals selected to participate…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - La Salle Prep senior Gabe Tafoya (Baker) falls under the spell of senior Anna Meyer (Witch).
April 20, 2017

La Salle Prep twists Grimm characters into musical folly

by Shelley McFarland
Theater teacher and director Michael Shelton chose 'Into the Woods' because the play allows for a large ensemble
CLACKAMAS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE - Deshaun James Swanger
April 20, 2017

UPDATE: Suspect arrested in arson attack at Denny's Restaurant

by Raymond Rendleman
Attack on a 69-year-old man left him critically injured at the Legacy Emanuel Medical Center
PHOTO COURTESY: OAK LODGE HISTORY DETECTIVES -  In 1903, Philip Oatfield built the now-historic house when he was about to propose to his neighboring sweetheart, Dora Thiessen.
April 20, 2017

Oatfield House may get reprieve from demolition

by Peter Wong
Hearings officer raises questions after owner fails to rebut criticisms by opponents to doing away with historic landmark in Oak Grove
April 20, 2017

Reward offered in killing of cat in Milwaukie's Scott Park

by Raymond Rendleman
The cat was found with an electrical cord tied around its neck on March 28 in the amphitheater of the park at 10660 S.E. 21st Ave., Milwaukie.
Eric Swanson
April 19, 2017

Gladstone City Administrator Eric Swanson subject of formal complaint for alleged bullying of…

by Raymond Rendleman
Swanson says he has done nothing wrong in evicting Sharon Alexander throughout actions 'solely at the direction' of the Gladstone City Council and…
Leroy Foos
April 19, 2017

Early morning police chase starts in Cornelius

by News-Times
WCSO deputies pursued a Milwaukie suspect into Portland Wednesday after an attempted traffic stop
April 19, 2017

Power failure causes sewage overflow in Oak Grove

by Raymond Rendleman
Oak Lodge Water Services District officials said the sewage overflow was caused by an electronic issue resulting from switching to backup generator…

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Apr 19, 2017

More than 30 projects planned in Clackamas Town Center area

by Raymond Rendleman
County officials have long recognized that traffic congestion in the Clackamas Town Center area presents a major challenge to safety, pedestrian/bike…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - In March 2012, Amber and Nick Phoenix lost their son, Hudson.
Apr 19, 2017

Hudson's Rays of Sunshine, Hayden's Helping Hands offer ray of hope to grieving parents

by Shelley McFarland
This year's fundraiser will take place from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at Miramont Pointe, 11520 S.E. Sunnyside Road
Apr 18, 2017

Clackamas leaders lay out ambitious goals

by Peter Wong
Road repairs and planning for new courthouse, plus economic development and help for rural areas and people 'left behind'
Apr 18, 2017

Celebrate Earth Day at Clackamas Community College

by The Clackamas Review
CCC's English Department kicks off the festivities from noon to 1 p.m. April 20 in the Environmental Learning Center's Lakeside Hall with a free open…
PARIS ACHEN/CAPITAL BUREAU  - House Majority Leader Jennifer Williamson, left, embraces Jenna Yuille, regional manager of Americans for Responsible Solutions, after Yuille's testimony during a hearing on gun safety bills Monday, April 17, 2017, at the Oregon Capitol. Yuille's parents were both killed in separate incidents of gun violence.
Apr 17, 2017

Gun bills evoke strong emotions at Oregon Capitol

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
A bill by Sens. Boquist and Burdick would create an extreme risk protection order process for people who are a danger to themselves and others.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - After taking first at state, Gladstone Cheer traveled to Anaheim, California, in March to compete in Nationals, finishing second.
Apr 17, 2017

School Notes: North Clackamas, Gladstone and Oregon City districts

by Raymond Rendleman
MHS recognized for wellness efforts; OC educators receive project grants; OC educators receive project grants; Kraxberger challenge day combats…
CLACKAMAS FIRE DISTRICT #1 - Firefighters didn't have far to travel Sunday when a fire broke out at their station.
Apr 16, 2017

Fire hits close to home for Damascus firefighters

by Jim Redden
Crews from Clackamas Fire District 1 have only been manning the station where the fire broke out full time since Feb. 27.
Apr 16, 2017

Enter to win Oregon City's photo contest

by Raymond Rendleman
All entries must be submitted by midnight Sunday, May 21
Apr 15, 2017

DEQ issues $4,307 penalty to Jennings Lodge gas station for violations

by The Clackamas Review
Delco Petroleum gas station is located at 17873 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd.
Apr 14, 2017

Learn to preserve the bounty of summer at Providence Milwaukie Community Teaching Kitchen

by Raymond Rendleman
Nonrefundable fees include instructional handouts, recipes, research-based publications and product to take home
FILE PHOTO - David Frasher
Apr 13, 2017

Former City Manager David Frasher sues Oregon City for wages, economic losses

by Raymond Rendleman
City Commission lost faith in Frasher during the time between when a 2015 complaint was made and when elected officials heard about it
Steve Johnson
Apr 13, 2017

Petitioners turn in signatures to recall Gladstone city councilors Steve Johnson, Kim Sieckmann

by Raymond Rendleman
Petitioners say that they have turned in more than 900 signatures for each recall, which would provide plenty of cushion in case some of the…
MAP COURTESY: CLACKAMAS COUNTY/CITY OF OC - Southbound traffic on South End Road is being detoured north on High Street, south on Fifth Street, south on Linn Avenue and west on Warner Parrott Road.
Apr 13, 2017

Clackamas County closing southbound lane of South End Road effective 10 a.m., April 13; detour…

by Raymond Rendleman
County officials have been watching how this section of road has again moved due to the recent heavy rains
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Oregon City High School students participate in the stock-market challenge.
Apr 12, 2017

School notes: Child Abuse Prevention Month; crisis-response training

by Raymond Rendleman
Actions set for Child Abuse Prevention Month; OCHS students place in stock-market challenge; Climatologist to give STEM talk at CCC; Career fair at…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Currently the board president for Exceed Enterprises, Arv Hille retired after 36 years as a technical director of Blount International. Both organizations are based in Milwaukie.
Apr 11, 2017

Arv Hille dedicates himself to Exceed Enterprises

by Danny Knoll
Since retiring at the end of 2003 from Blount International in Milwaukie, Arv Hille has taken on another full-time job
LINKEDIN.COM - Dan Bradley
Apr 10, 2017

Oak Lodge sewer, water consolidation process getting more expensive

by Raymond Rendleman
In addition to severance payments to Dan Bradley, OLWS will have to spend ratepayer funding on a temporary employee to help with completing the merger
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Claire Hobson is pictured with BPA administrator Elliot Mainzer at the March 16 awards ceremony in Portland.
Apr 08, 2017

Bonneville Power honors Milwaukie woman for excellence in customer service

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie resident Claire Hobson receives high honors as part of the agency's 2017 Administrator's Excellence Awards Program
Apr 08, 2017

Clackamas County accepting grant proposals up to $30,000 to improve watershed

by Raymond Rendleman
Grants of up to $30,000 are available to groups within areas served by WES
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Clackamas Fire officials respond to a tree that caught fire after knocking down some power lines on Lake Road, near Milwaukie.
Apr 07, 2017

Clackamas County in bullseye as wind storm blasts into Willamette Valley

by Raymond Rendleman
A wind advisory was issued for the region from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 7. The weather service said a south wind of 25 to 35 mph could blow in the…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Sharon Lacey, now a stand-up comedian, began her teaching career at Park Place School in Oregon City.
Apr 07, 2017

Oak Grove resident Sharon Lacey takes comic turn against Alzheimer's

by Raymond Rendleman
At 50, Lacey retired from the North Clackamas School District after a 23-year career as a national award-winning teacher