West Linn Tidings News

The person next to you is choking. Do you know what to do?

West Linn Tidings - News
Two Bolton Primary students didn't hesitate in life-or-death situations, earning kudos from TVFR

West Linn council votes to ban use of harmful insecticide

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn celebrated National Pollinator Week in style by passing a resolution to ban city use of neonicotinoid insecticides

News briefs

West Linn Tidings - News
Paving beginning on I-205; town hall set for June 28; Clackamas County pursuing online lodging service taxes

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department

West Linn council approves $93.8 million budget for…

West Linn Tidings - News
No major cuts in service or staffing levels as City expects to maintain status quo; several capital improvement projects…

BACK TO SMOOTH SAILING FOR THE CANBY FERRY

West Linn Tidings - News
Ferry back in business after several multi-week closures caused by weather, mechanical issues

Willamette Falls Heritage Area group introduces lecture…

Lake Oswego Review - Entertainment
Talks will cover everything from Missoula Floods to Native American history. The next one is coming up Tuesday, June 20.

Police log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the West Linn Police Department.

News Briefs

West Linn Tidings - News
Weekend includes opportunities to keep West Linn free from trash, invasive plants and summer calendar heats up

Final West Linn budget proposal includes $180,000 in…

West Linn Tidings - News
Issues and Options list includes $40,000 for Robinwood Station permitting and planning, $40,000 in discretionary funds for…

Wilsonville Post Office to host passport fair

West Linn Tidings - News
Appointments are required but weekend hours an unusual perk for passport seekers

A proper kind of tea

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn Riverview Lions celebrate the 25th anniversary of the nonprofit group's tea party fundraiser

Sports

West Linn Athlete of the Year Tim Tawa: A winner's winner

June 22, 2017 West Linn Tidings - Sports Miles Vance
The senior wins a state football championship, sets a ton of records and reaches the baseball title contest

West Linn 9U all-star baseball team second at Kelso

June 22, 2017 West Linn Tidings - Sports Miles Vance
The local all-stars win their first five games in Southwest Washington before finishing in second place

Friends to Follow

Social media posts from your local merchants

Community

Keep your money close to home

March 16, 2017 West Linn Tidings - West Linn Central Village Claire Green
Stay in control of your finances at Advantis Credit Union in Central Village

The sweetest way to celebrate

March 16, 2017 West Linn Tidings - West Linn Central Village Kelsey O'Halloran
Edible Arrangements in West Linn creates beautiful fruit baskets for any occasion

Education

Art Tech graduates record number

June 22, 2017 West Linn Tidings - Education Andrew Kilstrom
Arts and Technology High School graduated a record 33 seniors Tuesday, June 13 at Clackamas Community College

School Board approves superintendent contract

June 22, 2017 West Linn Tidings - Education Andrew Kilstrom
West Linn-Wilsonville Superintendent Kathy Ludwig gets new three-year contract with 3.25 percent raise

Sustainable Life

Columbia Slough clean-up slated

June 21, 2017 Steve Law
Volunteers sought to paddle around the Northeast Portland wetlands to help beautify the area; no canoe needed

City says jump in the Willamette, the water's safe

June 21, 2017 Olivia Sanchez
Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services tests water each week in five locations to assure river is safe

Entertainment

Fried named Prep Soccer Player of the year

July 01, 2017 Sherwood Gazette - News Dan Brood
Fried's Sherwood teammate, senior Lindsay Howard, was also a finalist for the Female Prep Soccer Player of the Year honor. Camille Weaver of Summit was the third finalist.

Hundreds flock to Old Town Sherwood for Cruisin' Sherwood

June 30, 2017 Sherwood Gazette - News Gazette staff
The weather cooperated for the most part with sunny skies welcoming event-goers by early afternoon on Saturday as more than 400 cars filled downtown streets.

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