Dog bites mark end to GPD canine program

Dog bites mark end to GPD canine program

Gladstone Police Chief Jim Pryde was “sad” to announce to city councilors Tuesday night...

History IN THE MAKING

History IN THE MAKING

Milwaukie Museum receives $30K city grant for revamping exhibits, cataloging local artifacts - ...

WHEN DISASTER STRIKES

WHEN DISASTER STRIKES

Clackamas County’s greater susceptibility to landslides is back in the spotlight with storms...

Learning the 'bones' of firefighting

Learning the 'bones' of firefighting

Trainee firefighters had the unique opportunity last week to visit several Northern Heights...

Dance finals bring home silver, bronze trophies

Dance finals bring home silver, bronze trophies

Clackamas High School’s Cavalettes and Rex Putnam High School’s Royal Crowns shocked...

Hundreds of trees planted along Rock Creek

Hundreds of trees planted along Rock Creek

The Ides of March may have been bad luck for Julius Caesar, but Saturday, March 15, was a lucky...

Envirobots advance to regional robotics championships

Envirobots advance to regional robotics championships

The members of the robotics team from Oregon City’s Springwater Environmental Sciences...

Fourth-grader seeks to help others with Caring Collection

Fourth-grader seeks to help others with Caring Collection

Most fourth-graders are interested in getting clothes, toys and snacks, but 10-year-old Natalie...

Farmers markets benefit from New Seasons

Farmers markets benefit from New Seasons

Corporations usually don’t give cash to their competition, but New Seasons Market handed out...

Demolition puts an end to tilting Clackamas River trolley bridge

Demolition puts an end to tilting Clackamas River trolley bridge

Heavy equipment began removing the old Portland Traction Co. bridge over the Clackamas River in...

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April 14, 2014

CRW rates set to nearly double

by Corey Buchanan
Clackamas River Water commissioners approved increased retail water rates for the next eight years by an average of $3.91 per month starting after the meter readings this month. Customers’ June…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: BRAD CANTOR - Principal Amy Busch (center) accepts the check April 10 from Nichole Wieteska of Arthur Murray Dance Studio, & Glen Stubbs of WL May Co.
April 12, 2014

Portland-area businesses unite for arts-education funding

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie’s Linwood Elementary received a bass xylophone on Thursday for its children’s music program, as well as additional funding to purchase new instruments from $700 in donations from…
April 11, 2014

Milwaukie to cut staff regardless of May vote

by Raymond Rendleman
If Milwaukie voters don’t open their wallets during the May election, the city will have to make estimated cuts almost twice the size of budget slashes already in the works. Milwaukie Finance…
April 10, 2014

Clackamas County debate light on substance

by Raymond Rendleman
Facts? What facts? If you wanted a summary of the issues facing Clackamas County, you shouldn’t have attended the debate among commissioner candidates Thursday in Happy Valley. Sponsored by the…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: GHS - Gladstone High School Band's horn players are pictured in competition.
April 10, 2014

GHS band wins league contest, qualifies for state

by The Clackamas Review
The Gladstone High School band won the Tri-Valley League competition Thursday, April 10. The group will compete next at the state 4A championship at Oregon State University on Wednesday, May 14.…
by: GHS - Trevor Browning
April 09, 2014

Local student accepted at Air Force Academy

by The Clackamas Review
Trevor Browning, a senior at Gladstone High School, has been accepted to the U.S. Air Force Academy. Currently ranked fourth in his class, Browning is the student body president, and is on track…
April 09, 2014

Foundation announces memorial scholarship

by Raymond Rendleman
Students who have chosen to pursue a course of study related to emergency services professions are eligible for college scholarships sponsored by the Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation.…
April 09, 2014

Celebrate National Poetry Month at OC Library

by Raymond Rendleman
“Every War has Two Losers: William Stafford on Peace and War,” a 30-minute film, will be shown to kick off the evening and discussion 7 p.m. Thursday, April 10, at Oregon City Public Library,…
by: OREGON DEPT. OF PUBLIC SAFETY STANDARDS AND TRAINING - Oregon City Reserve Officer Robert Libke and Jackson County Sheriff's Office Deputy Charles H. Basyes names are etched into the memorial honoring 180 law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty statewide.
April 09, 2014

Libke's name added to Salem memorial

by The Oregon City News
In preparation for Oregon’s Fallen Law Enforcement Officer Memorial Ceremony, the names of Oregon City Reserve Officer Robert Libke and Jackson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Charles H. Basye…
by: PHOTO BY MICHELLE LEIGH - Three of Tevye's daughters are portrayed by, from left, Alexis Davis, as Chava, Melanie Erickson, as Hodel, and Leah Kemeny, as Tzeitel.
April 09, 2014

Journey with cast of 54 in 'Fiddler on the Roof Jr.'

by Ellen Spitaleri
For those who love groundbreaking musicals, complete with hummable, familiar tunes and a storyline revolving around love, tradition and taking a step into the unknown, Oregon City Children’s…

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by: PHOTO BY: BUD NODURFT - A photo of last year's farce 'Golden State' features actors Travis Nodurft and Vana OBrienon.
Apr 09, 2014

Talk back with actors, director after seeing farce

by Raymond Rendleman
Clackamas Repertory Theatre continues its fifth annual staged play-reading series, “Sundays at Three,” on Sunday, April 13, with a production of “One Slight Hitch.” The zany farce is by comedian…
Apr 09, 2014

School notes: Proposed textbooks; MHS Earth Day; etc.

by Raymond Rendleman
The Gladstone School District is considering the adoption of new math instructional materials for first grade and kindergarten and new English language arts instructional materials for…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: GRACE DIDWAY - Verne Duncan guest-directs the new North Clackamas Community Choir in its debut performance Sunday.
Apr 08, 2014

Politicos, songs fill Verne A. Duncan Elementary School

by Raymond Rendleman
Several surprise guests came Sunday to the 80th birthday party of Verne Duncan, a Milwaukie resident who was state superintendent from 1975 to 1989 and a state senator from 1997 to 2003. Duncan…
Apr 08, 2014

CCC hosts forum on Oregon City paper mill

by The Clackamas Review
Oregon City is re-imagining the site of the former Blue Heron paper mill for the future. Thousands of area residents have taken part in discussions and surveys about the future of the site,…
Apr 08, 2014

County board to hold second marijuana hearing

by Raymond Rendleman
The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners is moving forward to adopt an ordinance to set a moratorium at least until May 1, 2015, on the operation of medical marijuana dispensaries. During the…
Apr 08, 2014

Senior center auction aims for 'peace of mind'

by The Clackamas Review
Rose Villa Senior Living’s Foundation will host its fifth annual auction at 6:30 p.m. Friday, April 11. Held at the Historic Dance Pavilion at Oaks Park, the foundation hopes to exceed its…
by: SUBMITTED PHOTO - Oregon City resident Ken Baysinger has published his first novel, a murder mystery that takes place in the North Willamette Valley.
Apr 07, 2014

Baysinger to talk about 'El Camino'

by The Clackamas Review
Oregon City resident Ken Baysinger has published his first novel, “El Camino,” a murder mystery. He will talk about the book at the West Linn Public Library at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 9.…
Apr 07, 2014

Community reacts to Ludlow comments

by Raymond Rendleman
It’s an unspoken rule of politics: Local elected officials don’t usually oppose the re-election campaigns of members of their own city council, county commission, or water or school board.…
Apr 07, 2014

OSU Master Gardeners to share secrets for growing tomatoes

by The Clackamas Review
When it comes to growing tomatoes, a little knowledge can do a lot of good. For example, how do you choose among the myriad of offerings at the garden center, farmers market and through mail…
by: PHOTO COURTESY: MILWAUKIE POLICE - Clackamas Fire District No. 1 personnel talk with Gregory A. Fischer (seated, handcuffed) after he crashed into the Milwaukie police station trying to elude a traffic stop near Highway 224 and Harrison Street.
Apr 06, 2014

Alleged drunk driver crashes into Milwaukie police/fire station…

by Raymond Rendleman
Milwaukie officers said they had to use their police dog to get a drunken Gregory A. Fischer, 51, to comply with directions after he tried to elude a traffic stop near Highway 224 and Harrison…




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