Certified sustainability

Certified sustainability

Local businesses are working with a Lake Oswego citizens group and Clackamas County to boost the...

School board members reach out to Salem

School board members reach out to Salem

Local education policymakers are connecting with legislators to advocate for increased K-12...

Haggen will open March 21 on Boones Ferry Road

Haggen will open March 21 on Boones Ferry Road

Crews will work through the night to to convert the Lake Grove Albertsons for a Saturday...

Lakeridge High AD to resign for 'personal reasons'

Lakeridge High AD to resign for 'personal reasons'

Ian Lamont's colleagues say he made a difference for student athletes in his 15 years on the job...

Two West Linn students killed in Gorge crash

Two West Linn students killed in Gorge crash

Community in mourning after second fatal car accident within a year Less than a year after losing...

A dangerous illusion

A dangerous illusion

As accidents continue to pile up on Highway 43 at McVey Avenue, officials focus on who owns the...

Board approves open enrollment at LOHS

Board approves open enrollment at LOHS

25 new slots will be available in the fall to freshmen or sophomores who want to be Lakers The...

For Michelle DeCourcy, 'Wild' Oscars were 'magical'

For Michelle DeCourcy, 'Wild' Oscars were 'magical'

Lake Oswego designer crafted the gown worn by author Cheryl Strayed at the Academy Awards Famed...

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Lake Oswego's Latest News

March 05, 2015

Brown puts education, economic initiatives at top of her to-do…

by Peter Wong
Governor says she wants to increase state funding for early childhood programs While Gov. Kate Brown shares the goals of improving the education of students and economic prospects of…
March 05, 2015

Do you know an 'Amazing Kid' in Lake Oswego?

by Pamplin Media Group
Know a stand-out Lake Oswego kid who deserves recognition? Well, we’ve got just the thing for you. Today and tomorrow are the last days that the Review will be accepting nominations for boys and…
Photo Credit: REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - In March, one of the two LOT road crews will be reassigned to concentrate exclusively on paving Highway 43. Road conditions have been frequently cited as a concern from residents and city officials alike.
March 05, 2015

'Permanent patching' set to begin on Highway 43

by Patrick Malee
Officials say they're aware of deteriorating road conditions, but final paving isn't likely to happen before summer Deteriorating road conditions on Highway 43 — the result of ongoing pipeline…
PATINKIN
March 05, 2015

Foundation's two-night phonathon brings in $304,000 for LO…

by Jillian Daley
Campaign is nearly halfway to $2 million fundraising goal A two-day phonathon fundraiser for the nonprofit Lake Oswego Schools Foundation last week brought in a record-smashing $216,000 in one…
BRADLEY
March 05, 2015

Adult Community Center wins national fitness award

by Cliff Newell
National recognition has come for the growing fitness culture at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. The National Council on Aging has awarded the LOACC an honorable mention for Nutrition,…
March 05, 2015

Ask A Cop: How do police help returning veterans?

by The Review
(A Lake Oswego police officer answers readers’ questions each week in this space. To submit a question, call staff reporter Cliff Newell at 503-636-1281 ext. 105 or send an email to…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - More than 300 people of all ages participated in last years Walk4Water7, which raised $61,000 for WaterAfrica.
March 05, 2015

Just add water

by Cliff Newell
Gary and Judi Mittelstaedt believe WaterAfrica can change lives, and they're hoping Lake Oswegans will join them in that quest Gary and Judi Mittelstaedt’s lives changed profoundly in 2010, when…
March 05, 2015

City Notes

by Pamplin Media Group
PLANNING COMMISSION: The Lake Oswego Planning Commission will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. to hold its second work session on duplex-related Community Development Code amendments, as well as its…
March 05, 2015

News briefs

by Pamplin Media Group
Phony IRS calls top complaint list Phone calls from phony IRS agents and magazine subscription fraud top the list of consumer complaints received by the Oregon Department of Justice in 2014,…
March 05, 2015

Police Log

by The Review
ACCIDENTS 2/28/15 10:07 p.m. A car slammed into a mailbox and caused $700 in damage. THEFTS 2/24/15 7:52 a.m. A black iPad valued at $200 was stolen from a car parked on Creekside Terrace…

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Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: CITY OF LAKE OSWEGO - Lake Oswegos proposed Tree Code amendment defines a large land parcel as an acre or more where at least one acre has 100-percent canopy cover.
Mar 04, 2015

City Council to review Tree Code amendment for 'large land…

by Saundra Sorenson
Proposal suggests a focus on urban forest management rather than on individual trees If there's anything city officials and community members agree on, it's this: Lake Oswego’s Tree Code is due…
Photo Credit: REVIEW FILE PHOTO - Prospective buyers will bid on the 89,000-square-foot West End Building at 4101 Kruse Way and the 14 acres it sits on.
Mar 03, 2015

City to open bids for WEB next week

by Saundra Sorenson
Officials hope for an offer that tops the $16.8 million still owed on the property Lake Oswego could move one step closer to unloading the West End Building next week when city officials open…
STRANSKY
Feb 27, 2015

Lake Oswegans join Children's Center board

by The Review
Two Lake Oswego residents are among three new members named Friday to the board of the Children's Center, the only organization providing medical assessments and family support services to…
Photo Credit: REVIEW PHOTO: KELSEY O'HALLORAN - An elderly motorist flipped her car after driving the wrong way.
Mar 05, 2015

No serious injuries in Kruse Way crash

by Saundra Sorenson
Motorist drove wrong way, police said A Lake Oswego woman driving in the wrong direction on Kruse Way flipped her car after hitting a tree Thursday morning but did not suffer life-threatening…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - A Haggen employee hangs a sign at a newly converted store in Washington. The Albertsons store on Boones Ferry Road in Lake Oswego will be converted in March, the company says.
Feb 26, 2015

Albertsons ready for one last goodbye

by Saundra Sorenson
Its State Street supermarket is now closed, and the chain is expected to convert the Lake Grove location to a Haggen store in March On the morning of Feb. 18, the Albertsons on State Street in…
Feb 26, 2015

Country club hopes to turn overflow parking into homes

by Saundra Sorenson
The Oswego Lake Country Club hopes to create a residential development on a two-acre parcel currently used for overflow parking. The club has applied to the city for a minor land partition for…
Photo Credit: PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP PHOTO: JOSEPH GALLIVAN - Danielle Tudor (left) and Brenda Tracy want lawmakers to extend Oregons deadline for prosecutions of rape. Current law sets the statute of limitations at six years.
Feb 26, 2015

Changing law, changing culture

by Peter Wong
Two women work to extend statute of limitations on rape Danielle Tudor and Brenda Tracy, unlike many of the people who will walk the halls of the state Capitol in Salem this year, say they want…
Photo Credit: REVIEW FILE PHOTO: JILLIAN DALEY - Fundraising Equity Committee member Chris Barhyte also helped organize fundraising efforts for a fence and path at Lakeridge High to enhance the planned stadium upgrade. The Lakeridge community raised $117,000 for stadium upgrades from 86 personal donations, according to a recent report from the Fundraising Equity Committee.
Feb 26, 2015

Report addresses inequities in school fundraising

by Jillian Daley
Income differences often mean that some schools get far more in donations than others, volunteer committee says Parents, board members and the superintendent should establish best practices for…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: BROOKLYN HNIZDIL - A day of honor was held for four veterans of World War II at the Lake Oswego Public Library on Sunday: Robert Weiss (from left), Dr. David Grimwood, Art Sorenson and Wilton Jackson. The vets are all wrapped in their Quilts of Valor. Standing behind the veterans is event emcee Bill Baars. Escorting the honorees were the Patriot Riders.
Feb 26, 2015

Celebrating heroes

by Cliff Newell
Lake Oswego Reads hits a high point by honoring four WWII vets The overwhelming success of the 2015 Lake Oswego Reads program reached a peak Sunday with the honoring of four World War II…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO: LEVI SIM - Among the attendees at last weeks Community Leaders Breakfast (from left): Lake Oswego Fire Chief Ed Wilson; political consultant Elaine Franklin and former U.S. Sen. Bob Packwood (in foreground); City Councilor Jackie Manz; and City Councilor Jon Gustafson.
Feb 26, 2015

'A Community Connected'

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More than 150 community leaders gathered at the Crowne Plaza last week for a Community Leaders Breakfast sponsored by The Bank of Oswego and the Lake Oswego Chamber of Commerce. The event…




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