Goodbye concrete, hello Eastham Community Center garden

Goodbye concrete, hello Eastham Community Center garden

About 750 square feet of pavement at the Oregon City School District’s Eastham Community...

Celebration 'energizing' for North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce

Celebration 'energizing' for North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce

On Aug. 12 the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce held its 60th anniversary celebration at...

Clean it up! Annual Johnson Creek event set for Aug. 29

Clean it up! Annual Johnson Creek event set for Aug. 29

If you want to win the coveted soap-on-a-rope, then you’re going to have to get muddy, and...

Irene Tegeler of Jennings Lodge is paralyzed, but not immobile

Irene Tegeler of Jennings Lodge is paralyzed, but not immobile

Irene Tegeler thought she’d never be able to move again when she fell from the second floor...

Youth Theatre for Change tells real-life tales of growing up

Youth Theatre for Change tells real-life tales of growing up

A group of 11 Clackamas County youth will share their stories at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 18, in the...

Orange Line public art promotes pride

Orange Line public art promotes pride

“I have begun thinking of public art opportunities as research projects and chances to...

Willamette River canoe trip teaches about watershed health

Willamette River canoe trip teaches about watershed health

A misty day and a sudden rain shower did not dampen the spirits of the 24 people who gathered on...

Oregon City School District celebrates golden day for bus-barn project

Oregon City School District celebrates golden day for bus-barn project

Oregon City School District staff and school board members joined nearly 100 OCSD bus drivers and...

Oregon City's 1913 Carnegie Library finally to be expanded, renovated

Oregon City's 1913 Carnegie Library finally to be expanded, renovated

August will be an exciting time for the Oregon City Public Library, which will be breaking ground...

Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba shows Metro top spots for light-rail potential

Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba shows Metro top spots for light-rail potential

Big changes might be in Milwaukie’s future, if the city can find money to fund them. On...

OC Farmers Market celebrates 10th anniversary

OC Farmers Market celebrates 10th anniversary

To celebrate its 10th anniversary on July 18, the Oregon City Farmers Market gave out 250...

Oregon City's First City Celebration returns on Saturday

Oregon City's First City Celebration returns on Saturday

This year from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday, July 25, the First City Celebration is the largest...

River of Life Earth Crusaders help Homewoods on the Willamette retirement center

River of Life Earth Crusaders help Homewoods on the Willamette retirement center

River of Life Earth Crusaders helped reclaim portions of historic woodland at Homewoods on the...

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Clackamas' Latest News

September 03, 2015

High Times backs out of Cannabis Cup in Milwaukie

by Raymond Rendleman
On Monday, High Times withdrew its application to the city of Milwaukie for a temporary use application to host its annual Cannabis Cup on Mailwell Drive on Sept. 19 and 20. Amanda Younger, High…
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September 02, 2015

PSU professor Walidah Imarisha to discuss black history in Oregon

by Clackamas Review
For those who have wondered why the black population in Oregon is so small, Portland State University author and adjunct professor Walidah Imarisha has an answer, and she will be sharing her…
September 02, 2015

Open-air market moves to First Fridays

by The Oregon City News
Marketplace Oregon City is an open-air market that kicked off its inaugural season on May 9 with plans to run every Saturday through October; it ran until June 20 before merging with Oregon City…
PHOTO COURTESY: PUBLIC DOMAIN - On Sept. 2, 1945, Japanese Foreign Minister Mamoru Shigemitsu signed the Instrument of Surrender on behalf of the Japanese government, formally ending World War II.
September 02, 2015

Historian Rolla Harding's talk to commemorate Japanese surrender

by Raymond Rendleman
Seventy years ago, the Japanese government officially signed paperwork to end World War II. To commemorate the anniversary, local historian Rolla Harding will lead a free public discussion this…
TRAIL NEWS - Autumn 2015 'City Matters' column.
August 31, 2015

Urban renewal petitioner's complaint sparks an Oregon City…

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City is revising its policies regarding official publications as the Secretary of State’s Office investigates the city’s alleged violation of Oregon election law by discouraging citizens…
COURTESY: STAN AND CLAIRE OCHS/KOIN 6 NEWS - The deputy in this partrol car was slightly injured Sunday morning in a two-car crash.
August 30, 2015

Clackamas County deputy injured in early Sunday crash

by Jim Redden
UPDATE: Deputy identified, crash blamed on fatigue A Clackamas County Sheriff's deputy was injured early Sunday in a two-car crash on Highway 212 in Damascus. The deputy, Garrett Grimm, was…
PHOTO COURTESY: CCC - Clackamas Community College Digital Media Communications students Nick Hadley and Rico Starr on a film shoot.
August 28, 2015

Clackamas Community College work to be featured at Portland Film…

by The Clackamas Review
Work of Clackamas Community College students will be featured at the Portland Film Festival, set for Sept. 1 through 7. The college 's Digital Media Communications Advanced Filmmaking class…
August 28, 2015

Earth Crusaders' free lease in Gladstone terminated

by KOIN 6 News
For 23 years a 1.5 acre parcel of land under the Highway 99E bridge into Oregon City has been an environmental learning center. Hundreds of at-risk young people have come through what is known…
August 26, 2015

Oregon State Police: Possibly drunk woman killed on McLoughlin…

by Raymond Rendleman
Preliminary information from the Oregon State Police indicates that alcohol was a contributing factor in a woman's fatal decision to try to cross McLoughlin Boulavard at a location without…
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - Firefighters put out a three-alarm blaze at a commercial building on Aug. 25.
August 26, 2015

Westport Medical blaze quickly extinguished by Clackamas Fire

by KOIN 6 News
Firefighters in Clackamas County quickly put out a three-alarm blaze at a commercial building Tuesday evening. Around 5:30 p.m. the fire was reported by callers who reported seeing flames coming…

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Aug 26, 2015

Fall foliage cruise to celebrate Upper Willamette

by The Clackamas Review
More than 40 miles of the Willamette River above Willamette Falls will be explored from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26. Guest speakers will include Ice Age flood experts, historians,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Pictured from left, Mark Walter NECA Board President,  Laura Zentner, Anna Zentner (scholarship recipient) and Gregory Zentner.
Aug 26, 2015

School notes: NECA donation; fall recreation; food pantry; etc.

by Raymond Rendleman
This month, the Oregon-Columbia Chapter of National Electrical Contractors Association (NECA) donated $10,000 to the Salvation Army’s Operation Santa Claus, $10,000 to Oregon State University’s…
PHOTO BY: RAYMOND RENDLEMAN - Dr. Troy Stoeber prepares an exam room for its next patient. The exam table has white cloth and wheels like an Oregon Trail-era wagon.
Aug 26, 2015

Pioneer Pediatrics doc Troy Stoeber gives patients an overland…

by Raymond Rendleman
Pioneer Pediatrics doesn’t just work to cure kids’ diseases and promote overall health by supporting families’ healthy habits. At Pioneer Pediatrics’ office in Oregon City, art in the exam rooms…
Aug 25, 2015

Dan Brumfield to join Walk to End Alzheimer's

by The Oregon City News
Dan Brumfield, an Oregon City resident, will join thousands of other Oregonians at Portland International Raceway on Sunday, Sept. 13, to take part in the Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End…
MAP COURTESY: CITY OF OREGON CITY - Mattress Warehouse is buying the site between a KFC Restaurant and Active Water Sports equipment rental.
Aug 24, 2015

Mattress Warehouse USA development coming to Oregon City Main…

by Raymond Rendleman
Last week Oregon City commissioners unanimously approved selling a chunk of bare land at 12th and Main streets for $260,000 to Mattress Warehouse USA, which is planning to construct a…
Aug 24, 2015

Oregon City zeroes in on site for Public Works Department

by Raymond Rendleman
They were just trying to agree on a plan to create a plan, but it took Oregon City commissioners two meetings and another long discussion before they voted 4-1 last week to buy an architect’s…
Aug 24, 2015

Clackamas County Commissioner Martha Schrader, Boring activist…

by Kylie Wray
Steve Bates, former chairman of the Boring Community Planning Organization and the driving force behind the community’s effort to withdraw from Metro, announced Thursday, Aug. 13, that he will…
Aug 24, 2015

Donate blood, get ice cream

by Raymond Rendleman
The American Red Cross invites you to help save lives by donating at the next Rotary Club of Oregon City blood drive from 2 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 27, at Oregon City United Methodist…
Aug 21, 2015

High Times lawyer: Cannabis Cup event in Milwaukie would be legal

by Raymond Rendleman
High Times magazine has enlisted an attorney who helped draft Oregon’s successful Ballot Measure 91 to legalize marijuana to convince the city of Milwaukie to allow the Cannabis Cup to close…
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - An attached garage and bedroom units on a house in Happy Valley are consumed by a fire on Thursday.
Aug 20, 2015

House fire in Happy Valley leaves 4 missing cats

by Raymond Rendleman
According to Clackamas Fire District No. 1 crews, a sleeping Happy Valley mother woke up early Thursday morning when she heard her garage door open and could smell smoke. She went and woke up…



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