Tolls a discussion item at regional conference

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon law directs state agency to seek federal approval, but panelists say local officials must take lead to explain changes.

WL-WV School District discusses new goals, strategies

West Linn Tidings - News
Test results spark conversation about what's working, what's not for students.

School district adopts volunteer registration program

West Linn Tidings - News
Volunteer management made easier with new technology device in WL-WV schools.

West Linn Council workshops development code changes

West Linn Tidings - News
City is nearing the finish line on a series of changes related to both the Robinwood Station and requirements related to grading, geotechnical…

WLWV District leads state averages in test scores

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
School district uses multiple methods to gauge student success, readiness for college and workplace.

Police log

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

Clackamas County Arts Alliance opening doors to positive…

Clackamas Review - Features
Youth Arts for Change aims to use the arts as a catalyst to open doors for youth, promoting positive change, and forging constructive connections

Video: 'River of mud' washes down WL street

West Linn Tidings - News
As reader Lucie Shook put it, the region may have needed the rain but not so much this river of mud

Portland driver killed when car drifts off I-205

The Times - News
Investigators do not yet know why a car driven by Douglas Cansdale of Portland left the highway Monday.

Couple evacuates safely as home burned by fire east of…

The Times - News
Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue said a power line came down as firefighters battled the blaze.

'Happy Daze' comes to Clackamas Community College gallery…

Clackamas Review - News
West Linn-based artist Josh Gross captures the story of one joyful day in 2017

Board hears grim statistics, glimmers of hope about suicides

Portland Tribune - News
Clackamas County has trained nearly all health employees in mental health first aid, plans to screen clients at clinics for risk.

WL council reaffirms HS parking zone

West Linn Tidings - News
City hopes to continue working with students on parking problems in residential zone

WL council evaluates Salamo traffic issue

West Linn Tidings - News
Council favors minor improvements in lieu of new crosswalk between Safeway and Willamette Christian Church

Tidings welcomes new education reporter

West Linn Tidings - News
Clara Howell is passionate about the power of education and can't wait to build trusting relationships with her sources

Utility board says major water rate changes not anticipated

West Linn Tidings - News
The Tidings' check-ins with advisory boards continue with Utility Advisory Board

West Linn, county working towards an agreement on old city…

West Linn Tidings - News
With some qualms, City Council supportive of 'cultural center' proposal for riverside property

Air quality closes door on outside activities

West Linn Tidings - News
But as of Sept. 7, the Air Quality Index reached a moderate level, meaning the air quality is acceptable for outside exertion

Schrader talks taxes with Trump at White House meeting

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Canby Democrat says Wednesday afternoon Cabinet Room meeting was an extension of his bipartisan efforts on health care and other issues.

Police log

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

Metro Council has four openings in 2018 election

Portland Tribune - News
Term limits ensure new president, District 4 councilor for Portland regional government; seats also up in Districts 1 and 2.

LOT hosts neighborhood barbeque to celebrate project…

West Linn Tidings - News
The new water treatment plant is complete, the pipes are laid and the last remnants of construction at the site are gone

UPDATING: Eagle Creek Fire now No. 1 priority in nation

Gresham Outlook - News
Over 900 firefighters battle searing heat that destroyed three homes, several outbuildings.

SLIDESHOW: Eagle Creek Fire mop up operations continue

Gresham Outlook - News
ODOT officials estimate Interstate 84 will remain closed at least through the weekend of Sept. 9-10, as crews clean up downed trees, fallen boulders…

Clackamas County voters will decide officials, judgeships

Portland Tribune - News
Two board seats, two other officials, five judgeships are up in the May 15 primary; filing closes on March 6.

Take a look inside West Linn's surprisingly low tax base

West Linn Tidings - News
'I doubt many people in West Linn realize how low West Linn taxes are, and why.'

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office mourns loss of retired…

West Linn Tidings - News
WL resident Greg Senior died in rafting accident during weekend of Aug. 25 in Idaho.

Resident challenges legal services ballot measure

West Linn Tidings - News
Formal petition was sent to Clackamas County Circuit Court, which will decide on final language before vote

SLIDESHOW: Multnomah Falls survives the Eagle Creek Fire

Gresham Outlook - News
The devastating Eagle Creek Fire was not able to overcome the efforts of fire crews battling to save the historic Multnomah Falls Lodge and the…

Police log

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

County declares fire emergency, schools change hours

Portland Tribune - News
UPDATE: Additional resources sought to fight fire speading in Columbia River Gorge, schools changing schedules because of heat and smoke

WLPD steps up leash patrols

West Linn Tidings - News
Extra patrols have been planned at Mary S. Young Park for leash scofflaws; police say problem is persistent

JUST SAY 'NO' TO FREEWAYS

West Linn Tidings - News
Activist leads the charge against interstate expansion in Oregon in support of 'smart growth'

Kitzhaber: Repeal of death penalty is only one step

West Linn Tidings - News
Former governor urges greater spending on alternatives to alleviate poverty and prevent crime; group launches 'million conversations'

Legislative lawyer: Secretary of state lacks authority to…

West Linn Tidings - News
A lawyer who represents Corvallis in the House of Representatives sought an analysis from the Legislature's lawyers to determine whether rule change…

PERS task force solutions have uncertain future

West Linn Tidings - News
Some proposals floated by the governor's task force involve substantial policy changes.

Oregon City subdivision at park again seeks approval

Clackamas Review - News
Rejected by voters twice, Icon Construction makes third try to build at the 17.5-acre Wesley Lynn Park

Governor celebrates transportation package with statewide…

West Linn Tidings - News
Tour of five cities meant to celebrate $5.3 billion transportation package, but might have enlivened governor's potential reelection bid

McLean friends look to expand membership, opportunities

West Linn Tidings - News
Says longtime volunteer Mike Watters: 'There needs to be some kind of new blood, new leadership.'

City lays out vision for paving project

West Linn Tidings - News
Residents at the town hall were frustrated with prospect of Kenthorpe road closure

Youth Music Project pulls in $13K grant

West Linn Tidings - News
Money from Oregon Cultural Trust will fund access to early childhood music education

Police log

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

Health Authority's acting director aims to heal…

West Linn Tidings - News
Pat Allen, replacing Lynne Saxton, applies for the permanent job. Allen headed Department of Consumer and Business Services since 2011.

Public pathway vandalized at LOT site

West Linn Tidings - News
In all, the damage was estimated at about $1,500 according to LOT Project Director Joel Komarek

WLPD introduces new mobile app

West Linn Tidings - News
'The vision is that folks can download the app, and they can see basic police department news.'

Good morning class!

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn-Wilsonville School District welcomed most of its students back to school Tuesday, Aug. 29.

City collecting input on stormwater system

West Linn Tidings - News
Online survey will be open until Sept. 6 for feedback on identifying needs and projects

NORA THE POLAR BEAR SAYS GOODBYE

West Linn Tidings - News
Beloved Oregon Zoo animal moving to Utah next month as polar enclosure gets a remodel

Oregon Tech chases eclipse to the world's edge

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
College students successfully live stream eclipse from 55,000 feet in NASA partnership

LOT celebrates pathway completion

West Linn Tidings - News
Event commemorating new path next to LOT facility between Mapleton, Kenthorpe open to public

Mounted patrol rides into history

West Linn Tidings - News
The City Council's decision to discontinue the patrol surprised many. The unit had been moved out of its former home at Centennial Mills two years…

It's official: You have to be 21 to buy tobacco

West Linn Tidings - News
Gov. Kate Brown signs legislation to raise the age to buy tobacco and nicotine products from 18 to 21.

WL Public Safety board tackles traffic safety,…

West Linn Tidings - News
The board also helped organize prescription drug take-back event in January

WL nature playground approved by planning commission

West Linn Tidings - News
The proposed playground at White Oak Savanna would include a zipline, small amphitheater

West Linn-Wilsonville rated fourth-best school…

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Niche.com ranks West Linn High as No. 6 high school, Three Rivers Charter School as No. 3 middle school

Providing hope where it's needed most

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Annual Wilsonville event continues move away from 24-hour relay event to a community celebration

Win or lose, 4-H youth get lesson in character

West Linn Tidings - News
Kids from every corner of the county - including West Linn - gathered in Canby last week at the 111th annual Clackamas County Fair

Police log

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

Slideshow: West Linn enjoys the eclipse

West Linn Tidings - News
Residents who stayed in town for the eclipse were treated to near-totality from a variety of viewing spots

Wyden gives recognition to Holocaust survivors

West Linn Tidings - News
Les and Eva Aigner have lived in Portland almost 60 years after surviving Nazi Germany execution of 6 million Jews during WW II.

Eclipse passes through WL without a hitch

West Linn Tidings - News
Said one resident: 'Traffic on 205 was better than any Monday morning I've ever seen it.'

West Linn 14-year-olds roll into Babe Ruth World…

West Linn Tidings - News
The Lions cap their stellar 2017 summer by finishing second in the World Series

Close encounter for a third time?

West Linn Tidings - News
After two near misses, WL resident hopes to see totality in all its glory this time

WL designer leaves mark on 2017 Street of Dreams

West Linn Tidings - News
Brittainy Tiffany of Tiffany Home Design was responsible for the interior design of two homes

WL students honored for poetry, essay writing

West Linn Tidings - News
Awards were presented by Oregon arm of National Garden Club for writing about pollinators

West Linn resident reflects on pioneering forensic…

West Linn Tidings - News
'I was stumped at a lot of homicide scenes, so I started learning about it and studying it.'

Police log

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

Helping seniors age in place

West Linn Tidings - News
'Village' concept aims to connect West Linn residents to services while living in their own homes

Solar farm near Estacada wins approval

West Linn Tidings - News
Clackamas board splits 3-2 on issue of exception for high-value farmland; majority says need for renewable energy is key factor.

Play golf to benefit Clackamas County's foster kids…

Clackamas Review - News
The pro-style event will begin at 11 a.m., when the range and check-in open, and the tournament will start at 1 p.m.

Boating safety tips for eclipse viewing

West Linn Tidings - News
Once out on the water, plan to stay a while and if a boating facility is at capacity, have a backup plan for where to go.

Board clears way for Clackamas shelter for homeless…

West Linn Tidings - News
Commissioners split 3-2 on zoning-code change; 30-unit village will require specific approvals from agency and hearings officer

Consultant named to look at Clackamas County…

Portland Tribune - News
Sheriff sought review, and commissioners choose firm, after a now-retired detective pleaded guilty for failure to investigate cases.

The long, hot summer

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn emerges relatively unscathed from heat wave that saw temperatures as high as 105 F

At West Linn town hall meeting, residents vow to…

West Linn Tidings - News
Meeting at West Linn Adult Community Center was hosted by nonprofit group Our Oregon

The Tidings Pet Confidential

West Linn Tidings - News
In the coming weeks the Tidings will regularly 'expose' special pets in a feature we call 'Tidings Pet Confidential.'

WL council talks public record fees, HS parking

West Linn Tidings - News
The marathon meeting was City Council's last before scheduled August recess

Swinging through the canopy

West Linn Tidings - News
Despite record temperatures, A-WOL Dance Collective returns to West Linn park

West Linn transportation board talks West A Street,…

West Linn Tidings - News
West A difficult to address at an advisory board level, so long as a city ordinance remains in place

Sweating for the Savanna

West Linn Tidings - News
Kids brave heat to sell lemonade on behalf of White Oak Savanna, bringing in $162.50 over about two hours

Police log

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

Fighting cancer with celebration

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
Evening of Hope returns Thursday, Aug. 17 to celebrate and remember loved ones; raise money for cancer research

Brewfest aims to offer more than beer

Wilsonville Spokesman - News
The third annual Wilsonville Brewfest will take place August 12 at Villebois Piazza

Longtime WLPD officer Dave Kempas retires

West Linn Tidings - News
Over the years, Kempas became something of a jack-of-all-trades for the WLPD

After just two years, some police abandoning…

West Linn Tidings - News
WLPD among departments shifting back to old software, calling newer system 'a little cumbersome'

Roofer madness in West Linn

West Linn Tidings - News
Rooftop climbs at local schools might sound tempting for kids, but they can come with consequences

Pet confidential

West Linn Tidings - News
In the coming weeks the Tidings will 'expose' special pets in a feature we call 'Tidings Pet Confidential.'

Residents enjoy tunes at Tanner Creek

West Linn Tidings - News
Music in the Park was set to continue tonight but the City was forced to cancel the event due to heat

Stories come to life at Willamette Park event

West Linn Tidings - News
Kids were enthralled Tuesday, July 25, during a 'Storytelling Through Music and Dance' program

WL citizen committee reflects on budget process

West Linn Tidings - News
Committee members may serve on a future steering committee to evaluate future bond measures

Police log

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

Clackamas County's low-income residents can get…

Clackamas Review - News
If you're saving to buy a house, but you don't have enough for a downpayment, you might qualify for $10,500 toward a new home

Music in the Park show cancelled due to heat

West Linn Tidings - News
The show featuring Ben Rice has been rescheduled for Aug. 31, according to the City

NWREC open house educates, entertains neighbors

West Linn Tidings - News
OSU research station aims to help commericial growers and home gardeners with challenges

Chill out: Here's how to beat the heat this week

Lake Oswego Review - News
Triple-digit temperatures prompt warnings, closures and lots of advice about how to keep your cool

Interstate tolls looming for metro area

West Linn Tidings - News
Transportation legislation requires state to submit plan by end of 2018, but federal approval is required before it happens.

Ready and waiting

West Linn Tidings - News
Former West Linn man and amateur astronomer is eagerly awaiting the upcoming solar eclipse

Former students sue West Linn-Wilsonville School…

West Linn Tidings - News
$6 million lawsuit filed against district stemming from 2015 sexual abuse incidents involving a former teacher

Parrish reflects on turbulent 2017 session

West Linn Tidings - News
Longtime WL representative says, 'It was a session of anomalies and really big overreach.'

Police investigating series of burglaries in Bolton…

West Linn Tidings - News
Cash stolen from several Central Village businesses in early morning break-ins

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