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UPDATE: Gorge driving remains treacherous

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Wintry blast invades Northwest Oregon

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Going to the mat

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Connecting cultures: Slavic Family media group bridges Russian, American communities

Slavic Family's messages are shared via radio, newspapers and websites

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Century man hits the mark

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From struggle to success: Alternative school takes multifaceted approach

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Fill-A-Bag helps neighbors in need

Fill-A-Bag helps neighbors in need

Annual event raises more than 500,000 pounds of food for SnowCap

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Mural honors slain teen

Community rallies around message of love and support.

Voters approve $291.2 million Gresham school bond

Voters approve $291.2 million Gresham school bond

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Gresham community center vote fails

Gresham community center vote fails

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SLIDESHOW: Fill A Bag effort brings out Trail Blazer, local celebs

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Teddy Bear Parade marches through Gresham

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OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Gresham Public Works employee Steve Adams places snow chains on a city truck Thursday during a regional snow storm that left local roads hazardous.
December 08, 2016

VIDEO: East County snow storm 2016

by Pamplin Media Group
Gresham and east Multnomah County were hit Thursday by a snow and ice storm.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Nathan Fultz, manager of House of Shadows and its haunted attraction, 'Nightmare After Halloween,' shows off the holiday-themed haunt during a recent tour. The house will remain open the next two weekends on Dec. 9, 10, 16 and 17. Doors open each night at 6:30 p.m.
December 09, 2016

SLIDESHOW: House of Shadows offers holiday haunts

by Pamplin Media Group
The popular House of Shadows haunted house, located off Northwest Fairview Drive in central Gresham, is back for the 2016 Christmas season with a new attraction. Dubbed 'The Nightmare After Halloween,' the new haunt is a more family-friendly…
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP: GARY STEIN - A snowman greeted drivers traveling into Lake Oswego Friday morning. Roads in the area were mostly slushy, but there was just enough snow to build this guy.
December 09, 2016

Ice forces most schools to close again on Friday

by Pamplin Media Group
School districts in Multnomah and Washington counties announce closures, while many Clackamas districts are on two-hour delays


CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - The abandoned outbuilding, located at 302 N.W. 257th Way, once contained a trolley hoist. A nearby factory, now disused, was once known as the Bennett Building.
December 08, 2016

Camping stove sparks structure fire near Troutdale outlet mall

by Pamplin Media Group
Abandoned building accidentally set on fire by transient's camping stove.
KOIN 6 NEWS - Police tape marks the scene of one of two fatal crashes on Southeast Divsion Strreet on Dec. 7.
December 08, 2016

Two pedestrians killed Wednesday in separate Division Street collisions

by Pamplin Media Group
The two fatalities occurred the week after the City Council approved a Vision Zero Action Plan to eliminate all fatalities and significant injury crashes by 2035.
FILE PHOTO - Snow is expected. Be prepared.
December 08, 2016

Update: new weather closures

by Teresa Carson
City of Wood Village added to growing list of weather-related closures
PORTLAND POLICE BUREAU - Steven Wayne Liffel
December 06, 2016

UPDATE: Police identify man killed by officer Tuesday

by The Outlook
Preliminary information indicates the suspect was armed with a rifle at the time of the shooting and that he earlier fired at officers, possibly from a handgun, prior to coming out of the residence with the rifle.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: GRESHAM POLICE DEPARTMENT - Orion Storm Mears
December 01, 2016

UPDATE: Police arrest alleged sexual assualt suspect

by Christopher Keizur
Suspect is accused of first degree rape, sodomy, kidnapping and robbery
FILE PHOTO - Schools are closed all across the region.
December 07, 2016

Reynolds, Gresham-Barlow, Centennial, David Douglas and Corbett schools close due to weather

by Pamplin Media Group
No classes or activities will be held in the districts on Thursday.
PARIS ACHEN - Gov. Kate Brown speaks Thursday, Dec. 1, 2016, at her ceremonial office at the state Capitol about her proposed budget for 2017-19.
December 06, 2016

Brown's 2017-19 budget 'a short-term solution'

by Paris Achen/Capital Bureau
Huge shortfall in revenues caused in part by public employee compensation and retirement accounts.
FILE PHOTO - Asking readers to not be shy about sharing their finest baked goods, The Outlook is shamelessly soliciting cookies for its annual holiday contest.
December 06, 2016

'Tis the season for giving — cookies to journalists

by Anne Endicott
Outlook's annual cookie contest is coming up Dec. 13 through 14.
OUTLOOK PHOTO - The event was a chance for community members to share ideas on what topics East County Caring Community should address in the coming year.
December 06, 2016

Caring community gathers to network, discuss future

by Christopher Keizur
East County groups share ideas, talk about future of the region.
FILE PHOTO - Sam Barlow High School is located at 5105 SE 302nd Ave.
December 05, 2016

UPDATE: Barlow student with weapons planned no harm

by Teresa Carson
Winter formal was allowed to go on after student with guns was removed from school roof, police said.
OUTLOOK PHOTO - Even 'Rainbow Splender' was dressed up for the occasion, decked in a wreath and a bow. The statue was created by highly-regarded local sculptor Rip Caswell.
December 06, 2016

PHOTOS: Troutdale tree glows with holiday spirit

by Zane Sparling
Downtown tree-lighting event is big hit with children, adults. Click here for more photos.
FILE PHOTO - The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department.
December 06, 2016

Gresham police log

by Christopher Keizur
The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department:
FILE PHOTO - The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department:
December 06, 2016

Fairview police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department.
COURTESY CCSO - Sheriff Craig Roberts was on hand in April 2008 when more than 30 soldiers with the Oregon Army National Guard 41 Special Troops Battalion trained with seven members of the Clackamas County Sheriffs Office SWAT team at Camp Withycombe.
December 06, 2016

Clackamas County sheriff's expenses projected to outpace income

by Peter Wong
Study shows income shortfall of millions in next five years.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - The front door of Caswell Gallery has already been secured with plywood. A complete repair is expected to be finished by Wednesday, Dec. 7.
December 05, 2016

Art thief nabs sculpture from Caswell Gallery

by Zane Sparling
Artist asks public to keep eye out, posts $100 reward.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: MULTNOMAH COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE - Crews were able to rescue a hiker after she fell 100 feet down an embankment.
December 03, 2016

Injured hiker rescued from the Gorge

by Christopher Keizur
The hiker was taken to a local hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries.
OUTLOOK PHOTO - Jared Tjaden has worked for Edward Jones for almost 18 months. 'I help tailor solutions to individuals looking for long-term investment services,' he says.
December 02, 2016

Fairview man wins electoral college prediction contest

by Zane Sparling
The Wall Street Journal's contest saw 8,000 entries. Only one was right.
COURTESY PHOTO: GRESHAM PD - The man, shown here, is described as a white male between the ages of 30 and 45.
December 02, 2016

Police seek public's help identifying jewelry thief

by Pamplin Media Group
Man fled from pawn shop with two diamond rings, police say.
GOOGLE MAPS - This story will be updated as new information is released.
December 02, 2016

Shot fired during attempted robbery

by Teresa Carson
Police searching for would-be convenience store thief at 164th and S.E. Powell
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - These days, most firefighters spend far more time responding to emergency medical situations, not blazes. 'No matter if you're (at) a house fire, a wildland fire -- unless you're strictly (at a) burn pile -- there's always a medical aspect,' explains EMS Captain Tessie Adams.
December 02, 2016

Training gives Corbett Fire new skills for medical emergencies

by Zane Sparling
Firefighters fill gap when ambulance response times are 20 minutes or more.
Jim Schlachter
December 02, 2016

Schlachter will retire as Gresham-Barlow head

by Teresa Carson
After seven years at the helm of the state's 10th largest school district, superintendent announces retirement
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Gresham City Hall has a community garden, which allows people to grow their own food and be more self-sufficient.
December 02, 2016

City of Gresham takes 'GREAT' approach to sustainability

by Christopher Keizur
Group educates local businesses on greener practices plus offers networking, space to learn.
FILE PHOTO - Go beyond the three Rs!
December 02, 2016

Classes impart master recycling skills

by Christopher Keizur
Apply with Multnomah County to participate in an eight-week course.
KOIN - Funding to fuel DUII, safety belt awareness programs in 2017.
December 02, 2016

Gresham police get public safety grants

by Christopher Keizur
Funding to fuel DUII, safety belt awareness programs in 2017
FILE PHOTO - The following information was compiled from the public records of the Gresham Police Department.
December 02, 2016

Gresham police log

by Christopher Keizur
The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department:
FILE PHOTO - President-elect Donald J. Trump.
December 02, 2016

NEWS BRIEFS: Centennial anti-Trump protest fizzles out

by Pamplin Media Group
What's inside: Folklife program at Gresham Library -- Come Uncorked for good.
November 28, 2016

UPDATE: Pedestrian struck by car dies from injuries

by Christopher Keizur
A pedestrian was struck by a motorist at 2:52 a.m. Monday, Nov. 28, in the area of East Powell Boulevard and Kelly Avenue.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Corey Brooks (left) and Randy Lauer shake hands after an official recount was conducted on Thursday, Dec. 1.
December 01, 2016

Recount shows Lauer wins Troutdale City Council race

by Zane Sparling
Randy Lauer bests incumbent Corey Brooks, a state-ordered recount shows
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Former Fairview Mayor Mike Weatherby says public service is easy in comparison to his former career as a corrections officer working in state prisons.
December 01, 2016

Welcome back, Weatherby!

by Zane Sparling
Ex-Fairview mayor looks forward to serving again as city councilor.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: PETER WONG - Andrea Williams of Causa, Oregon's immigrant rights group, makes a point at a symposium Nov. 17 in Eugene. Seated from left are Kim Williams, Portland State University; Phil Carrasco, Eugene labor organizer; Dan Tichenor, moderator, University of Oregon.
December 01, 2016

Election raises questions about immigrants' future

by Peter Wong
Trump election spurs groups, Hispanics to organize at local level.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The Urban Forestry subcommittee wants to educate people against trimming 'lollipop trees,' like this one at the corner of Southeast Fifth Street and Roberts Avenue, because it's damaging to the tree.
December 01, 2016

Urban Forest subcommittee strives to protect trees

by Christopher Keizur
Educate community on how to safely care for city canopy.
FILE PHOTO - Residents and community leaders map areas along Halsey Street ripe for new development. They were part of a workshop held Thursday, Oct. 26, at the Wood Village Baptist Church.
December 01, 2016

Vision takes shape for urbanized Halsey Street

by Zane Sparling
Results from a community workshop landed on Friday, Nov. 18.

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FILE PHOTO - American Medical Response Lifeguard Russell Franklin-Lyons makes a radio call while watching swimmers on the Sandy River at Glen Otto Park, one of the few manned lifeguard stations in America that is based on a river.
Dec 01, 2016

NEWS BRIEFS: Sandy River lifeguard program receives national…

by Pamplin Media Group
What's inside: House of Shadows offers Christmas fright -- Prince lives on at Gresham Library
FILE PHOTO - Fairview police log.
Dec 01, 2016

Fairview police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information was compiled from the public records of the Fairview Police Department.
ILLUSTRATION BY SARA DEL ROSARIO - ank Gable's lawyers presented animation of the crime scene at last week's hearing. From left, the particiants are federal public defender Mark Ahlemyer, federal public defender Nell Bown, the video screen operator, state lawyer Nicholas Kallstrom, Samuel Kubernick. and U.S. Magistrate Judge John Acosta.
Dec 01, 2016

Judge takes fresh look at Francke murder confession

by Jim Redden
'I just tried to hit him where I could knock him out. The next thing I know I stabbed the guy.'
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - A vehicle crash at the Ruby Junction MAX station this afternoon has snarled traffic along Burnside Street as Trimet and Gresham Police investigate and clean up the mess.
Nov 30, 2016

Driver injured in two-vehicle crash at Ruby Junction MAX station

by Pamplin Media Group
Gresham police say the driver disobeyed a traffic control while driving west, leading to a collision with a Dodge Avalon sedan traveling north on SE 197th Avenue.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Lori Thomas (center) holds her granddaughter, Alyssa at Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center on Thanksgiving Day. Kristin (in pink) stands next to her sister, Ashley. Ashley's husband, Kevin, holds their other daughter, Ella.
Nov 29, 2016

Fresh from the hospital, cancer patient faces eviction notice

by Zane Sparling
Daughter seeks help from strangers after mom develops breast cancer.
MCSO - Candice D. Murphy.
Nov 29, 2016

Pregnant woman assaulted in Gresham

by Christopher Keizur
A pregnant woman was assaulted by two individuals in Gresham late September.
FILE PHOTO - Officer Heather Wakem speaks with local homeless residents.
Nov 29, 2016

Make mats for the homeless

by Christopher Keizur
UPCOMING: Volunteers sought to pitch in at Saturday potluck event.
FILE PHOTO - Judge Raymond Young
Nov 28, 2016

Judge Young selected for top administrative slot

by Zane Sparling
Troutdale city council votes 5-1 to approve interim manager at meeting.
FILE PHOTO - Brian Doyle
Nov 25, 2016

NEWS BRIEFS: Author of Mt. Hood books diagnosed with brain cancer

by Pamplin Media Group
Up next: Consider helping a homeless student finish high school
FILE PHOTO - Oregon State running back Ryan Nall runs the ball at Autzen Stadium in Eugene during last year's Civil War football game. This year's contest is Saturday at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, during which time local service clubs will host a silent auction.
Nov 28, 2016

Charity fundraiser event based on Civil War sports rivalry

by Christopher Keizur
Local service clubs combine to raise close to $30,000 for charity.
FILE PHOTO - The following information was compiled from the public records of the Gresham Police Department.
Nov 25, 2016

Gresham police log

by Pamplin Media Group
The following information is from the public records of the Gresham Police Department.
PHOTO BY DAVID F. ASHTON - The owner of Johnson Creek Rentals talks with a Clackamas County Sheriff's Office representative, as the standoff continues.
Nov 25, 2016

Johnson Creek standoff ends peacefully

by David F. Ashton
'When officers located the subject, he originally lied to officers about his name - and then took off.'
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH JULLA - Surrounded by some of the first responders who rescued him, Bill Crane details the injuries that required he wear a back brace for three months.
Nov 28, 2016

Alive and well ... and thankful

by Teresa Carson
Bill Crane lauds rescue crews for saving him after fall from cliff.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Metro Naturalist Dan Daly and volunteer GuruSurya Kaur Khalsa demonstrate fire making Sunday during a special Thanksgiving celebration at Oxbow Regional Park in Gresham.
Nov 28, 2016

Give thanks to the great outdoors

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Metro's Native American inspired ceremony connects to nature and wildlife.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Even if you can't get to your regular spin class, other fitness options abound during the holidays.
Nov 28, 2016

Don't be like Santa: Stay fit during the holidays

by Teresa Carson
Tips to keep you moving during the busy holiday season.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - A man lifts his daughter up to check out Greshams Christmas tree firsthand Saturday, as the city held its annual tree lighting celebration at the Center for the Arts Plaza.
Nov 27, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Gresham lights up its Christmas tree

by Pamplin Media Group
The city of Gresham hosted its annual Christmas tree lighting celebration Saturday.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - The Spirit of Christmas parade was held Saturday in downtown Gresham, followed by the city's annual tree lighting party at the Center for the Arts Plaza.
Nov 27, 2016

IN PHOTOS: Spirit of Christmas hits Gresham

by Pamplin Media Group
The Spirit of Christmas event brings together merchants and local residents to celebrate the season
FILE PHOTO - The health department is one of several locations where children can receive immunizations.
Nov 23, 2016

Whooping cough reported at three schools

by Teresa Carson
Cases of whooping cough have been reported at Walt Morey Middle School, Reynolds High School and Glenfair Elementary School, a multi-county health agency said in a letter to parents. The letter…
OUTLOOK PHOTO - A speculative blueprint shows the proposed location of two warehouses in Gresham. The lefthand side of the map points north.
Nov 22, 2016

Developers plan second warehouse near quiet area

by Zane Sparling
Trammell Crow proposal on Gresham property 90 feet from Fairview line.
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO: GRESHAM POLICE DEPARTMENT - Demarco Buddy Streeter
Nov 23, 2016

Police investigate Gresham homicide

by Christopher Keizur
Reward offered for anyone with information about suspect Demarco 'Buddy' Streeter
OUTLOOK PHOTO - Portland Mayor Charlie Hales told the crowd, 'We are in a time of national trauma and fear, but here in this place we know what inclusion looks like.'
Nov 23, 2016

Support center for Rockwood community holds remodel party

by Christopher Keizur
Donations still needed to finish Rosewood Initiative upgrades, organizers say.
COURTESY PHOTO: BPA - The spike in usage occurs around 9 a.m.
Nov 23, 2016

Power company predicts big usage spike on Turkey Day

by Pamplin Media Group
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COURTESY PHOTO - The Small Business Saturday promotion was created and sponsored by American Express.
Nov 23, 2016

Visit downtown Gresham on Small Business Saturday on Nov. 26

by Pamplin Media Group
The Small Business Saturday promotion was created and sponsored by American Express.
OUTLOOK PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - What would incoming pastor Tim Moberg say to someone who doesn't believe they need church in their life? 'God loves you no matter what.'
Nov 23, 2016

Pastor seeks bigger role for church

by Zane Sparling
Tim Moberg assumed pulpit at Bridal Veil Community Church in Springdale.
FILE PHOTO - U.S. citizens are not eligible for lotteries conducted outside our borders.
Nov 23, 2016

Telephone scammers foiled by Postal Service, MCSO

by Pamplin Media Group
If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.