Citizen's View: The case for change

Citizen's View: The case for change

Sara Pocklington is a candidate for Position 3 on the Lake Oswego School Board. Learn more at...

Our Opinion: During this time of change, voters  should stick with John Wendland

Our Opinion: During this time of change, voters should stick with John Wendland

Change may be inevitable, and it often should be embraced. But at a time of already unprecedented...

Citizen's View: Experience and results matter

Citizen's View: Experience and results matter

John Wendland is seeking re-election to Position 3 on the Lake Oswego School Board.

Our Opinion: Lake Oswego voters must approve school bond measure

Our Opinion: Lake Oswego voters must approve school bond measure

We owe it to our children to create the kind of schools that really do draw people to Lake Oswego...

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Lake Oswego's Opinions

FILE PHOTO - Mikel Kelly
May 18, 2017

Just Another Point of View: OK, maybe I love my leaf blower a little too much

by Mikel Kelly
Mikel Kelly retired from the newspaper business a little more than a year and a half ago. It has only been in that amount of time that he has found peace and joy.
May 18, 2017

Citizen's View: Protect Elliott State Forest

by Samantha Howley
Samantha Howley is a 2014 graduate of Lakeridge High School and a current junior at the University of Vermont, where she is an environmental science major. She wroite this piece for an environmental policy and activism…
May 18, 2017

Citizen's View: The critical challenge of calling out racism

by Paul T. Miller
Paul T. Miller holds a Ph.D. in African American Studies. He is the author of 'The Postwar Struggle for Civil Rights, African Americans in San Francisco' and has taught classes on racism in America and African American…


SUBMITTED PHOTO: PAUL LYONS - Volunteers work to clear an invasive species known as 'Stinky Bob' from Springbrook Park.
May 18, 2017

Readers' letters

by Pamplin Media Group
Removing invasives; more money for soccer, musical discord; fighting Alzheimer's; wear a helmet
TALNEY
May 11, 2017

My World: Still longing for my fields of innocence

by Ronald Talney
Lake Oswego resident Ronald Talney is a retired trial lawyer, writer and poet. In 1985, he wrote the official dedication poem for the statue Portlandia. Look for his column, 'My World,' on the second Thursday of every month…
HARTMAN
May 11, 2017

Vote now for Lake Oswego school bond

by Liz Hartman
Liz Hartman is a member of the Lake Oswego School Board. She is running unopposed for re-election to Position 4 in the May 16 election.
May 11, 2017

Citizen's View: LOSEA endorsement process 'was not inclusive'

by Terrie Sheik
Terrie Sheik has been a member of the Lake Oswego Schools Employee Association for 28 years and is a former LOSEA union president
May 11, 2017

Readers' letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School Board race between Sara Pocklington and John Wendland continues to dominate letters to the editor
WAGNER
May 04, 2017

Citizen's View: Let's move forward together

by Rob Wagner
Rob Wagner is running unopposed for Position 2 on the Lake Oswego School Board.
May 04, 2017

Citizen's View: Lake Oswego City Council supports school bond

by Lake Oswego City Council
Mayor, councilors list their reasons for supporting Measure 3-515 on the May 16 ballot
May 04, 2017

Citizen's View: A legacy for our children

by Dorothy Atwood
Dorothy Atwood is a member of the Lake Oswego Sustainability Network board.
May 04, 2017

Readers' letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School Board race between Sara Pocklington and John Wendland continues to dominate readers' letters to the editor
POCKLINGTON
April 27, 2017

Citizen's View: A financial lens on diversity

by Sara Pocklington
Sara Pocklington is a candidate for Position 3 on the Lake Oswego School Board.
April 27, 2017

Citizen's View: People, places and programs

by John Wendland
John Wendland is seeking re-election to Position 3 on the Lake Oswego School Board
April 27, 2017

Citizen's View: Bond helps every child succeed

by Nicolle Landau
Nicolle Landau is the library technology assistant for Hallinan Elementary and served on the district's Long Range Facilities Planning Committee and Bond Development Committee.
April 27, 2017

Citizen's View: Help students continue to thrive

by Carter Pahl
Carter Pahl, 14, is a student at Lakeridge Junior High School
April 27, 2017

Readers' letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School District bond and the School Board race between Sara Pocklington and John Wendland continue to dominate letters to the editor
April 20, 2017

Citizen's View: Bond bolsters crucial programs

by Dan Jarman
Dan Jarman is a parent of students at Westridge Elementary and Lakeridge Junior High. He served on the LOSD's Bond Development Committee and its Long Range Facilities Planning Committee
SUBMITTED PHOTO: WALUGA NEIGHBORHOOD ASSOCIATION - Lake Oswego Police Chief Don Johnson (holding plaque) and several of his officers accept a 'Random Act of Appreciation' from the Waluga Neighborhood Association. Neighborhood board member Cheryl Uchida is to Johnson's left, board member Dick Benedetti to his right.
April 20, 2017

'Random Acts of Appreciation'

by Pamplin Media Group
Waluga Neighborhood Association thanks police and fire departments for going above and beyond
April 20, 2017

Citizen's View: 'Sharing the road' requires focus by bicyclists, drivers and pedestrians

by Bruce Rehlaender
Author Bruce Rehlaender is a resident of Lake Oswego
April 20, 2017

Citizen's View: League supports Lake Oswego school bond

by Marge Easley
Marge Easley is past president of the League of Women Voters of Oregon and a current board member of the League of Women Voters of Clackamas County
April 20, 2017

Citizen's View: Donation by union is 'alarming'

by Rich Akerman
Rich Akerman is a Lake Oswego resident and a former chair of the Lake Oswego School Board. He has publicly endorsed John Wendland in the race for School Board Position 3
April 20, 2017

Readers' Letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School District bond and the School Board race between Sara Pocklington and John Wendland continue to dominate letters from Review readers
REVIEW FILE PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Lake Oswego author James Fleming, whose whimsical poems about everyday subjects graced the pages of The Review for many years and whose work appeared in countless magazines, anthologies and three books, died March 3. He was 93.
April 13, 2017

Lake Oswego poet James Fleming: Our quiet man of words

by Ronald Talney
Lake Oswego resident Ronald Talney is a retired trial lawyer, writer and poet. In 1985, he wrote the official dedication poem for the statue Portlandia. Look for his column, 'My World,' on the second Thursday of every month…
April 13, 2017

Citizen's View: New schools will make critical difference in an earthquake

by Jan Castle
Lake Oswego resident Jan Castle is the co-chair of PrepLO. She also served on the Lake Oswego School District's Bond Development Committee

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Apr 13, 2017

Citizen's View: Act on climate change now for women and their…

by Morghan Milagrosa
Morghan Milagrosa is a nurse practitioner and certified nurse midwife; she works in private practice in Tualatin and Portland, and resides in Lake Oswego with her family
Apr 13, 2017

Readers' Letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School District bond measure and the race for School Board Position 3 continue to dominate letters to The review
Apr 06, 2017

Readers' Letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The content that continues to dominate the letters to The Review includes the contested School Board race between John Wendland and Sara Pocklington and the school bond
Rosenblum
Apr 06, 2017

Be alert for 'fake news' online

by Ellen Rosenblum
Oregon attorney general Ellen Rosenblum shares her views on 'fake' news
Mar 30, 2017

Citizen's View: A chance for all to succeed

by Sara Pocklington
Sara Pocklington is a candidate for Position 3 on the Lake Oswego School Board
Mar 30, 2017

Citizen's View: Well-crafted bond is best investment in our…

by John Stirek
John Stirek is chairman of Keep Lake Oswego Schools First and is himself a graduate of Lake Oswego schools. He holds a degree in accounting from Oregon State University and an MBA from Harvard…
Mar 30, 2017

Readers' Letters

by Pamplin Media Group
The Lake Oswego School District's $187 million bond measure and the race for Position 3 on the School Board dominate readers' letters this week
PHOTO COURTESY OF OREGON MEN'S BASKETBALL - Members of the University of Oregon men's basketball team celebrate their win over Kansas and a trip this weekend to the Final Four. The Ducks will face off against North Carolina on Saturday.
Mar 28, 2017

Just Another Point of View: A Final Four that fits this frenzied…

by Mikel Kelly
Columnist Mikel Kelly, who, it could be argued, likes basketball a little too much, takes time from his game watching and court strategizing occasionally to write something for the newspaper