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Oregon City's Opinion

December 08, 2016

Our opinion: After Measure 97, time for compromise

by Editorial Board
Businesses should reach out to other side, but Democrats who control Legislature must act as well
December 08, 2016

Our opinion: After Measure 97, time for compromise

by Editorial Board
Businesses should reach out to other side, but Democrats who control Legislature must act as well
December 07, 2016

Make sure the state of Oregon hears your voice on next budget

by Dana Haynes
Oregon Gov. Kate Brown last week offered up the first salvo in the state's 2017 funding wars, presenting a $20.8 billion budget featuring a wide array of cuts and tax increases to fill in a $1.7…


December 07, 2016

Letters: Wastewater merger; commuting vs. construction;…

by The Clackamas Review
It may not be the most glamorous of topics, but ensuring adequate and reliable infrastructure is important to our economic and community vitality.
2012 FILE PHOTO: OPB - Pat Duval was city recorder for Milwaukie from 1991 until her retirement earlier this year. She starting working for the city in 1986 as a clerk to the Milwaukie City Council.
November 30, 2016

Pat DuVal deserves nothing but respect

by The Clackamas Review
With all of the angst surrounding the recent mind-numbing election and the volume of candidate-supporting letters to the Clackamas Review, I've neglected to write this, but maybe there's still…
November 30, 2016

Retaliation received from attempted OC mayoral recall

by Mark Matheson
The level of lather created by the recall initiative triggered the need to set aside a number of responsibilities to editorialize my personal perspective and experience over the last 90 days.
November 30, 2016

Good could come out of Ed Lindquist sentence

by Jerry Herrmann
An egg was broken in Oregon City; it's time to make the omelet. I have watched, with interest, the situation with homeowner Ed Lindquist in the Rivercrest Neighborhood of Oregon City.
November 23, 2016

Letters: Regional approach to wastewater; Milwaukie pride;…

by The Clackamas Review
As a Happy Valley resident and president of Miles Fiberglass and Composites, I want to thank Clackamas County commissioners for their bold decision to formalize the Regional Partnership between…
November 23, 2016

No accounting for manners, brains with baseball caps

by Sharon Nesbit
This month, I got to mark my ballot for a woman for president of the United States, a woman who won the popular vote but will not go to the White House.
(Image is Clickable Link) SCREENSHOT: YOUTUBE.COM - A screenshot of Associated Press footage at the moment a vandal lit a Portland Tribune box on fire during Thursday evenings #NotMyPresident protests in downtown Portland.
November 23, 2016

How it feels when you burn my words

by Shasta Kearns Moore
I honestly don't know if you understand the symbolism of what you did Thursday night. Did you light a box of Portland Tribunes on fire simply because it was flammable?

Don't miss the local news

Nov 16, 2016

Letters: Clackamas Fire Winter Warming Drive; Jeff Reardon…

by The Clackamas Review
The Clackamas Fire District's fifth-annual Winter Warming Drive began Oct. 14 and will go through Nov. 18.
Matt Utterback
Nov 16, 2016

North Clackamas Schools grateful for community support

by Matt Utterback
The bond proposal was recommended after engaging more than 600 school and community members in the viability of a bond measure and the prioritization of facility needs.
Nov 09, 2016

Why preventing elder fraud and abuse matters

by Colin Black
Elder abuse and fraud, to me, is one of the more reprehensible crimes which occurs today, affecting millions of Americans each and every day.
Nov 09, 2016

Don't contaminate your recyclables with plastic

by Terence Shumaker
A significant amount of what our communities toss into the curbside recycle cart ends up as garbage in the landfill. Surprised?
Nov 02, 2016

Letters: Urban renewal in Oregon City; Measure 97; Outdoor School

by The Clackamas Review
Tax measures draw reader support, opposition in advance of Nov. 8 election
Nov 02, 2016

Letters: Clackamas County board; Paul Espe; Lori Chavez-DeRemer;…

by The Clackamas Review
Nov. 8 election draws support of candidates around Clackamas County
Nov 02, 2016

Campaign attacks are bold lies

by Lori Chavez-DeRemer
Happy Valley mayor, who is running for state representative, says mailers against her make untrue claims
Nov 02, 2016

Vote yes on 98: Make more vocational and career technical…

by Deb Barnes
Oregon has one of the worst graduation rates in the country - it's 74 percent, which puts us third from the bottom and means we're losing more than 10,000 students a year.
Nov 02, 2016

Gladstone council president's voters' guide

by Kim Sieckmann
The voters of Gladstone will be voting on six ballot measures and four City Council positions. I will separate each one of these giving my personal opinion on each.
Nov 02, 2016

Local civics teacher supports Brad Avakian

by Scott Hays
Brad Avakian has a plan supporting a robust civics curriculum in Oregon. As many understand, 'civics' in the United States is an endangered species. Isolated teachers still perform yeoman duty,…