Even the smallest ships can be mighty

Even the smallest ships can be mighty

Seth Miller attests to the large accomplishments of a small wartime tug In his Welches home, the...

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Photo Credit: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY - On Friday, Dec. 12, Teri Greene, right, purchased a treat stick she saw listed on the pet giving tree for a local mouse in need.
December 17, 2014

Giving reaches local pets in need through Dolly's

by Kylie Wray
Pet shop keeps giving tree tradition going It’s the time of year for giving, and Sandy is certainly doing its part for the needy in our community. Giving trees have popped up in local businesses…
November 05, 2014

Sandy Library offers workplace for November novelists

by Kylie Wray
Reference librarian offers advice on NaNoWriMo National Novel Writing Month is Nov. 1-30, and if you need a place to get some work done on your novel, the Sandy Public Library is serving as a…
Photo Credit: POST PHOTO: KYLIE WRAY - Anika Wipper is told she can pick out a Lego head, body, pair of legs and a hat or hair for her Lego person that she will use throughout the six-week session and then take home.
October 29, 2014

Naas students explore building with Lego bricks

by Kylie Wray
After-school program offers extra options Naas Elementary is kicking off its Wednesday after-school programs with a six-week Bricks 4 Kidz session. According to Naas Principal Kimberly Brooks,…
Photo Credit: POST PHOTO: TROY WAYRYNEN - Sandy High School student Jenn Burns, 18, made up as a zombie, reaches for runners in the Sandy High School Zombie Run and Walk to help raise money for the senior high school party.
October 29, 2014

Runners test their merit in surviving zombie attack

by Kylie Wray
5K runners fundraise for SHS seniors by running for their lives The Zombie Apocalypse has come and gone. There were only four survivors. The first Sandy High School Zombie 5K Run/Walk took place…
Photo Credit: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Left to right, Michelle Baker, student life and leadership advisor and head of CCCs food bank, and Darby Walker and Dolores Smith, co-presidents of Clackamas District Garden Club, unpack donated items to stock the shelves at the food bank.
October 22, 2014

Clackamas District Garden Clubs devoted to community service

by Ellen Spitaleri
Before every meeting of the Clackamas District Garden Clubs, all members recite a pledge vowing to “protect and conserve the natural resources of the planet Earth and promise to promote…

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