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Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

Bridge the Distance, the largest fundraiser for El Puente Bilingual School and Milwaukie...

WATERSHED GETS HANDS-ON HELP

WATERSHED GETS HANDS-ON HELP

Hundreds of boaters armed with garbage bags storm down Clackamas River They came, 450 strong, and...

36 Pit Fire burns on, Estacada covered in smoke

36 Pit Fire burns on, Estacada covered in smoke

State resources assist with 3,588-acre fire With the 36 Pit Fire continuing to burn in forest...

ROCK 4 A REASON

ROCK 4 A REASON

In April 2013, Leah Merklin, now 4, was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor. This past June, the...

Brave souls return to county from Rowena Fire

Brave souls return to county from Rowena Fire

Firefighters from the Clackamas County Task Force arrived in Rowena, just west of The Dalles,...

Celebrating community health

Celebrating community health

The Oregon State University Portland Metro Area Extension office held a celebration Aug. 28 to...

Lacey Lady's NEW MISSION

Lacey Lady's NEW MISSION

The WWII-era B-17 bomber will head to Aurora State Airport to be restored - The Lacey Lady has...

ODOT 'expedites' 17th Avenue bike/ped lane

ODOT 'expedites' 17th Avenue bike/ped lane

People who bike, walk or skateboard between Oregon City, Gladstone or Oak Grove and downtown...

IMPROVING HABITAT

IMPROVING HABITAT

Happy Valley homeowners benefit from project slowing down water, preventing erosion - The sight...

Breastfeeding mom takes Clackamas case public

Breastfeeding mom takes Clackamas case public

It was a 90-degree sunny Sunday evening in August, National Breastfeeding Month, and the Klein...

OC businesses join Supportland

OC businesses join Supportland

With 13 independent businesses signing up in Oregon City, Supportland entered its first community...

Clackamas Fire crews extinguish stubborn fire

Clackamas Fire crews extinguish stubborn fire

Clackamas Fire investigators completed their investigation Monday and identified a broken light...

WWII milestone highlights sacrifices for freedom

WWII milestone highlights sacrifices for freedom

OC-based museum hosts survivors, talks, memorabilia - World War II, the most destructive war in...

OCHS grad finds new purpose in ride across country

OCHS grad finds new purpose in ride across country

Brady Stroh continues biking for teammate killed in car crash Brady Stroh, as the only Oregon...

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Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: GRADY WHEELER - Milwaukie Parks and Recreation Board members check out construction on the multiuse path that will run through Riverfront Park.
September 17, 2014

New parks taking shape in Milwaukie

by Raymond Rendleman
NCPRD works with city to draw up plans for 4 different sites - Community members are invited to a series of upcoming visioning meetings to weigh in on four new Milwaukie neighborhood parks.…
September 17, 2014

PACE celebrates 20 years in NCSD

by The Clackamas Review
About two decades ago, a pregnancy likely ended the education of a girl or boy in the North Clackamas School District. That changed when Carolyn Jenkins and Ron Dexter created the Parent…
September 17, 2014

Learn how to improve your website traffic

by The Clackamas Review
You are invited to to learn more about tools to improve your business website's traffic from noon to 1:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22, at Gray Gables Estate, 3009 S.E. Chestnut St. Hosted by the North…
Photo Credit: KATIE SCHOEN - Oregon City's Spencer Martin, attending Oregon State University this fall to study civil engineering, receives a Youth Music Project $5,000 college scholarship.
September 17, 2014

School notes: Fall classes; Rex Putnam's 50th; schools spruced…

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon is one of more than 40 U.S. states that have adopted the Common Core State Standards, more rigorous expectations for students in English language arts and mathematics. Students in grades…
Photo Credit: CCSO - Marcus
September 16, 2014

MPD: Truck driver may have abused children across Oregon

by The Clackamas Review
Although Milwaukie police detectives have taken a registered sex offender back into custody, they are concerned that there may be other child sex-abuse victims in the Portland metro area, and…
September 15, 2014

Church celebrates century of ministry

by Raymond Rendleman
A celebration honoring Hillsview Community Church’s first 100 years will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 20. The public is welcome to attend the celebration that will include music,…
September 12, 2014

CCSO looking for armed-robbery suspects

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas County deputies are looking for the suspect in a case of a home-invasion robbery that occurred Thursday when the first suspect, a 5-foot-10 white woman with brown hair and a leather…
September 11, 2014

East wind fans region's wildfire flames

by Pamplin Media Group
A familiar force from the east was making its presence quite apparent on Thursday as a strong wind swept through the Columbia River Gorge to stir trees and rattle windows in the Portland area.…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Clackamas Fire spokesman Brandon Paxton leads the crowd gathered Sept. 11 in a moment of silence as the Clackamas Fire Pipes & Drums play.
September 11, 2014

Clackamas Fire honors 9/11 victims with ceremony, new truck

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas Fire District No. 1 officials honored Thursday the firefighters who gave their lives Sept. 11, 2001, by christening the most maneuverable ladder truck in the fire service. Clackamas…
Photo Credit: SURVEILLANCE PHOTO: OCPD - ATM surveillance shows a suspect described as a white man with a short dark-colored beard, wearing long-sleeved collared shirts with different patterns, jeans and a baseball cap.
September 11, 2014

OCPD looking for attempted ATM PIN thief

by Raymond Rendleman
On Aug. 30 at 1:41 p.m., Oregon City police were notified about a device apparently designed to steal Personal Identification Numbers (PINs) from ATM users. OCPD Sgt. Matthew Paschall said a…

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Photo Credit: PHOTO BY: LACEY JACOBY - Adam Klein stands with his wife, Erin, after she breastfeeds their son, Isaac (6 months), in their Beaverton home. On Sunday, Aug. 3, an employee at the RAM restaurant in the Clackamas Town Center repeatedly asked Erin Klein to cover herself while breastfeeding. Oregon law allows public breastfeeding.
Sep 10, 2014

Letters: 'No public breastfeeding' a Victorian-era hangup?

by The Clackamas Review
If you show up to a restaurant wearing a shirt that offends me, maybe it shows too much skin for my liking or it displays a logo or a political cause that I disagree with, should I have the…
Sep 10, 2014

Local volunteers to help hungry children

by Raymond Rendleman
In a project called Cans for a Cause to support the local Backpack Buddies program, the Milwaukie Lions Club will hold a can and bottle drive from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 13, in the…
Sep 10, 2014

OC's Funnelbox acquires ADi

by Raymond Rendleman
In a game-changing move both for Oregon City and the media/advertising industry in the Portland area, video strategy and production agency Funnelbox last month announced the acquisition of…
Photo Credit: PHOTO BY ARCANGELO PORTRAIT STUDIO - It was a crowd-pleasing moment when 'Money Maker,' left, beat Northwest Housing Alternatives employee 'Cool Hand Luc,' in the final match of last year's first-annual arm-wrestling charity event.
Sep 10, 2014

CALL TO ARMS

by Ellen Spitaleri
Kettlebells are flying and biceps are curling in preparation for the second all-female arm-wrestling charity event taking place from 4 to 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 13, at the Warrior Room in…
Sep 10, 2014

Lock Fest 2014 ready to rock

by The Oregon City News
The annual Lock Fest celebration, presented by Willamette Falls Heritage Foundation in support of the Navigational Locks and Canal and advocacy efforts to reopen the locks on the Willamette…
Sep 10, 2014

ClackCo roundup: Willamette Falls' final plan; NCPRD vote; ADA…

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Metro has released a promotional video through the online service Vimeo in its effort to bring more support and awareness to the Willamette Falls Legacy Project, which aims to revitalize the…
Sep 10, 2014

Business in the County forum scheduled

by The Clackamas Review
North Clackamas County and Oregon City chambers of commerce, and the Clackamas County Business Alliance, will host the Business in the County Forum Luncheon from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m.…
Sep 10, 2014

County to host Community Festival Sept. 17

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas County will host its fourth-annual Community Festival from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 17, at the Red Soils campus in Oregon City. Born out of the work of the Clackamas County…
Sep 10, 2014

Mental Health and Addictions Council seeking applications

by The Clackamas Review
The Clackamas County Mental Health and Addictions Council is seeking new members. The Board of County Commissioners appoints members to three-year terms. Ideal candidates live in Clackamas…
Sep 09, 2014

Cycle Oregon raising funds for local groups

by Raymond Rendleman
During Cycle Oregon this week, Airstream Adventures Northwest is partnering with Oregon City-based Children’s Center, Portland-based New Avenues for Youth, and the Cycle Oregon Fund to gear up…



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