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April 26, 2017

Letters for April 26

by The Clackamas Review
Planned Parenthood reduces local carbon footprint; Keep county control of parks; Criticism of governor unfair; Celebrate a park's…
April 26, 2017

Two-district model could work in Gladstone

by Paul Savas
Recently during a mediation between the city of Gladstone and Clackamas County there was one particular proposal the county put…
PHOTO COURTESY: GINA WITHROW  - Teri Gant started the Father's Heart Street Ministry out of the back of her car at the Blanchet House in downtown Portland.
April 26, 2017

Advocate for state's homeless in Teri Gant's name

by Marty Gant
Estacada resident Marty Gant is president of the Father's Heart Street Ministry in Oregon City


April 19, 2017

Letters: Hannah the Pet Society; Gladstone turmoil

by The Clackamas Review
As an animal owner and advocate for more than 64 years and a member of Hannah the Pet Society, I am offended at the one-sided…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Rose City souvenir postcard from the family album, circa 1910.
April 19, 2017

Try tea roses and become festival-ready

by Val Clarke
As the Portland Rose Festival rapidly approaches, it only seems fitting to draw attention to the splendor of roses
PHOTO DATED FEB. 9, 1917, COURTESY: CLACKAMAS COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY - Mill O under construction wraps around the north end of the Pullery building.
April 17, 2017

Showcase our Willamette Falls legacy at the Oregon City Woolen Mills

by James Nicita
Though we lost the Woolen Mills, we do still have two very significant, and still-standing, associated legacy structures.
April 12, 2017

Legislation helps push state towards equality

by Janelle Bynum
Very close to my heart is House Bill 2005, which aims to guarantee equal pay for equal work in our state
April 12, 2017

Gov. Kate Brown demonstrates ineffective leadership

by Lori Chavez-DeRemer
While many saw this session as one of the most challenging to date, it seems like an even slower start than expected
April 12, 2017

Help report discrimination in local schools

by Bob Stewart
We must make Gladstone schools a place where each student feels respected, included and safe
April 12, 2017

Letters: Oregon City Chamber's Amber Holveck; Casey Eye Clinic and Oregon Elks; faith healers;…

by The Clackamas Review
As the chair of the board it is with mixed emotions I share that after nearly 12 years as executive director with the Oregon City…
SUBMITTED PHOTOS - Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery is the final resting place of Noah Hubler, Milwaukie's first policeman.
April 10, 2017

Milwaukie Pioneer Cemetery needs board members

by Carolyn Arntson
The cemetery is adjacent to Waverley Country Club and contains graves of some of the area's most prominent citizens
FILE PHOTO - Three revolvers.
April 05, 2017

My View: Law needed to keep kids safe from guns

by Paul Kemp, Robert Yuille and Lily Raff McCaulou
As gun owners, we believe that the right to own firearms comes with the responsibility to ensure they are acquired, stored and…
April 05, 2017

My View: Trump budget clashes with state values

by Adam Davis
Adam Davis is a founding principal in DHM Research, a nonpartisan firm specializing in assisting with public policy-making and…
April 05, 2017

Oregon City mayor should resign office

by Bob La Salle
Oregon City Mayor Dan Holladay needs to resign. I'm offering the following information to back up that statement
March 29, 2017

Citizens have right to be heard by elected officials

by Dan Holladay
On March 20 I had the opportunity to meet with Mayor Ted Wheeler

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Mar 29, 2017

Letter: Gladstone recall has been bad for community

by Libby Wentz
Much has been said about the perceived shenanigans at Gladstone City Hall lately, but these are red herrings
Mar 29, 2017

Help build on McLoughlin Boulevard's success

by Stephanie Kurzenhauser
Stephanie Kurzenhauser is vice chair of Jennings Lodge CPO, president of The Friends of Oak Lodge Library and a member of Oak…
Mar 22, 2017

My View: Urban, rural reserves policy ready to proceed

by Jim Bernard and Tom Hughes
Jim Bernard is chairman of the Clackamas County Commission. Tom Hughes is president of the Metro Council.
Mar 22, 2017

Keep the federal, state power local 

by Lori Chavez-DeRemer
I, along with fellow mayors have been spending a great deal of time telling our local stories to state and federal lawmakers. Are…
Mar 22, 2017

Sea lions: What's the truth about management?

by Jerry Herrmann
Growing up on the Willamette in the 1970s and 1980s, my scientist brother Robert Herrmann, left no stone or ripple unturned when…
Mar 15, 2017

Letters: Trash on South End Road; PERS; President Trump; Obamacare suggestions; Gladstone…

by Pamplin Media Group
I spoke to the Board of County Commissioners at their meeting on March 9, when they voted unanimously to move forward with the…
Mar 15, 2017

Recall agenda: What's best for Gladstone citizens

by Bill Osburn
We had hoped to have a new library, one under construction; sadly we have only a lawsuit.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Pictured at Clackamas Fire's new sign at Damascus Station 19 are (from left) firefighter Justin Lynn, Capt. Josh Gehrke and apparatus operator Blake Meyer.
Mar 08, 2017

Clackamas Fire is proud to provide permanently expanded fire service

by Fred Charlton
Commemorative coins have Boring Fire District 59's logo on one side and Clackamas Fire's logo on the other side to show the…
Mar 08, 2017

Letters: Light rail's real cost; Concord School; Janelle Bynum moderated well; Electoral…

by Pamplin Media Group
The very interesting dirty-diesel feature articles and Gary Blair's historical letter in response that ran in this newspaper on…
Lori Chavez-DeRemer
Mar 01, 2017

What I've witnessed from the Oregon Legislature

by Lori Chavez-DeRemer
A new legislative season has started and the chickens are coming home to roost.
Mar 01, 2017

The real truth about Gladstone Public Library Foundation

by Gladstone Public Library Foundation
As a 501(c)(3) organization, we are not involved in any political activity.
Mar 01, 2017

Rep. Janelle Bynum lacks opinions on important issues

by John Shepherd
Ms. Bynum was voted into office by the constituents within her district; she should at the very least be able to let us know what…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Out of a class of 30 fifth graders at John McLoughlin Elementary School, most received parental consent to submit letters to the editor, including, front row Mira Jansen (holding sign) and Elias Trusty. Second row: Malachi Wilson, Billy Wharton, Hana Goben, Isabelle Ness, Addelinn Welch, Skyler Helzer, Kaitlen Carns, Grace Neubert, Elijah Rising, Samantha Marsh, Quentin Hopp Back Row: Tailee Martin, Aryn Burkhardt, Derek Baker, Angela Saltenberger, Grant Suski, Tate Flowers, Michele Young Tree: Ahren Peterson. Not Pictured: Anthony Hicks, Finton McGuire, Aramae Morales, Jack Nelson
Mar 01, 2017

One person CAN make a difference

by Raymond Rendleman
Michele Young's class of fifth graders at John McLoughlin Elementary School decided to submit letters to the editor of the Oregon…