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TAXES divorced from REALITY

TAXES divorced from REALITY

Nearly two decades into M5 and M50, solutions sought for increasing problems - It’s...

Halloween store to turn its focus to year-round giving

Halloween store to turn its focus to year-round giving

After 15 years of online sales and community special events, Ghoul Gallery owner Tom Geil of...

Enter, if you dare!

Enter, if you dare!

Voted the biggest, scariest haunt in the metro area, Fear Asylum opens Friday, Oct. 10, at the...

FUELING SUCCESS

FUELING SUCCESS

Chemistry Instructor Nick Hamel has got a stockpile of ideas just waiting for the money to make...

Forest of Arts to celebrate with music, environment

Forest of Arts to celebrate with music, environment

“Celebrate the natural environment and see art created out of organic substances found in...

Locally made film takes on 'ugly facts' of homelessness

Locally made film takes on 'ugly facts' of homelessness

Oregon City High School senior Natasha DuVall plays the daughter of the protagonist in...

Not a lot of traffic on this commute

Not a lot of traffic on this commute

Oak Grove resident Ian Davidson avoids rush-hour snarls by crossing the Willamette River in his...

Fire's online connections

Fire's online connections

Nearly 5,000 people use 36 Pit Fire Facebook groups to get news, needs met - Linda Arnett is...

From the Bing cherry to Willamette Falls

From the Bing cherry to Willamette Falls

'Electric' presentation precedes opening of 'Made in Milwaukie' - History buffs are in for a...

Cheers meet premiere of Wine:30 'parklet'

Cheers meet premiere of Wine:30 'parklet'

Kickstarter campaign funds owner's desire to create open-air space on Main Street - Mayor Jeremy...

Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

Run to 'bridge the distance' for school funding

Bridge the Distance, the largest fundraiser for El Puente Bilingual School and Milwaukie...

WATERSHED GETS HANDS-ON HELP

WATERSHED GETS HANDS-ON HELP

Hundreds of boaters armed with garbage bags storm down Clackamas River They came, 450 strong, and...

ROCK 4 A REASON

ROCK 4 A REASON

In April 2013, Leah Merklin, now 4, was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor. This past June, the...

Celebrating community health

Celebrating community health

The Oregon State University Portland Metro Area Extension office held a celebration Aug. 28 to...

IMPROVING HABITAT

IMPROVING HABITAT

Happy Valley homeowners benefit from project slowing down water, preventing erosion - The sight...

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Photo Credit: OCPD - CCSO SWAT officers help Oregon City police arrest an estranged husband on Thursday morning.
October 16, 2014

SWAT: Estranged wife threatened with rifle

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City police say that an estranged husband returned to his wife's home with a rifle the day after being served with a restraining order. Tristen Lane Jordan, 43, was arrested without…
October 16, 2014

Quick-thinking girl avoids being lured into truck

by The Clackamas Review
Happy Valley police officers are investigating a report of an unknown male attempting to lure a 10-year-old child into his red Toyota truck with a license plate containing the letters XQZ. Tips…
Photo Credit: CLACKAMAS FIRE - A woman died after being pulled from this fire in Milwaukie.
October 15, 2014

Firefighters pull woman from burning house too late for…

by Raymond Rendleman
A Milwaukie woman died Wednesday from her injuries after being pulled out of her burning house the day before. Shortly before 5 p.m. Tuesday, Clackamas firefighters were called to a report of a…
October 15, 2014

Council hopefuls rally for cop levy

by Raymond Rendleman
Lori DeRemer is running unopposed in her re-election campaign as Happy Valley mayor, but four others will duke it out for two City Council seats in the city's open-election format. One of Happy…
October 15, 2014

Milwaukie responds to citizen's claims

by Raymond Rendleman
Jean Baker made false statements in last week's Clackamas Review about Milwaukie's changes to the land-use process, according to city officials. In a response to City Council Position 2…
October 15, 2014

Soiree to raise funds for McLoughlin House

by Raymond Rendleman
The McLoughlin Memorial Association is again hosting its special fundraising event, the fifth annual Dr. John McLoughlin Soiree. The community is invited to the soiree that will be held at 7…
October 15, 2014

Study gauges early school performance

by Raymond Rendleman
Increasing success in the first few years transitioning to school are the focus of study for a $3.5 million grant awarded to the University of Oregon, Prevention Science Institute team at…
October 15, 2014

John Wetten works to boost attendance

by The Clackamas Review
John Wetten Elementary School in Gladstone is working hard to improve student attendance this year. Like schools across Oregon, some 20 percent of students are chronically absent, missing more…
Photo Credit: OC - Durfee
October 15, 2014

Changes coming to OC recorder's office

by Raymond Rendleman
After nine years with the city, Oregon City Recorder Nancy Ide scheduled her retirement for January 2015. As she and her assistant leave, two new faces will join city leadership. Under Ide’s…
October 15, 2014

Business leaders to converge for innovation summit

by The Clackamas Review
From 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, the North Clackamas County Chamber of Commerce will host an Innovation in Business Forum Luncheon at the Monarch Hotel and Conference Center,…

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Oct 15, 2014

Honey, where should we take the kids for fun this Halloween?

by Raymond Rendleman
Are your little goblins wanting to roam? Oregon State Police urged parents, guardians and children last week to remember that even though Halloween is a fun time, it is also a time when we…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - Firefighters arrived to the four-unit structure in Milwaukie to see heavy smoke coming from the front doors of two units.
Oct 13, 2014

16 Milwaukians escape two-alarm fire

by Raymond Rendleman
At 12:33 p.m. on Monday, Clackamas Fire responded to reports of flames coming out of a two-story townhouse at 10225 S.E. 66th Ave., off King Road in Milwaukie. Upon arrival firefighters reported…
Photo Credit: FILE PHOTO - Sterling
Oct 13, 2014

Have you seen this man?

by Raymond Rendleman
CRW elected leader hasn't shown up for nearly 10 months - Anybody know what's going on with Clackamas River Water Commissioner Grafton Sterling? The Clackamas Review became worried after…
Oct 15, 2014

Future of former Concord Elementary site considered

by Raymond Rendleman
North Clackamas school board members on Thursday, Oct. 9, considered a proposed eight-month process, featuring several opportunities for community comment and questions, for the possible future…
Photo Credit: PHOTO CREDIT ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL - Jason Lee and John McLoughlin now represent Oregon in the National Statuary Museum in Washington DC.
Oct 13, 2014

Are Jason Lee and John McLoughlin out of date?

by Jim Redden
Oregonians are invited to voice their opinions on whether statues of Dr. John McLoughlin and Jason Lee should continue to represent the state in National Statuary Hall in the United States…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OREGON MARINE BOARD - A one-month construction project begins Tuesday on Willamette River; boaters should steer clear.
Oct 11, 2014

Boaters, take heed of river construction

by Steve Law
Boaters should use extreme caution while navigating the Willamette River between Meldrum Bar and Clackamette Park starting Tuesday, October 14, and lasting through November 14. Contractors will…
Photo Credit: COURTESY OREGON MARINE BOARD - A one-month construction project begins Tuesday on Willamette River; boaters should steer clear.
Oct 11, 2014

Boaters, take heed of river construction

by Steve Law
Boaters should use extreme caution while navigating the Willamette River between Meldrum Bar and Clackamette Park starting Tuesday, October 14, and lasting through November 14. Contractors will…
Oct 09, 2014

OC needs you for board vacancies

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City has begun its annual recruitment for upcoming openings in 10 of its 15 active boards, commissions or committees. Composed of volunteers appointed to the board or commission by the…
Photo Credit: PHOTO COURTESY: GLADSTONE LIBRARY - This month, Gladstone Public Library announced new Sunday hours from 1 to 5 p.m. and six new public-access computers located in its teen room. In addition to the four public access computers, the time on each computer has also been extended from 30 minutes to an hour.
Oct 08, 2014

Letters endorsing Gladstone Library, OC candidates, CCC bond,…

by The Clackamas Review
What is a library? To some it is the cozy nook for quiet contemplation; the giggles of children during story hour; a place for young people to hone their computer skills; and a resource for…
Oct 08, 2014

Starlight to perform at fundraiser for Senior Citizens Council

by Raymond Rendleman
Singer and comedian Tony Starlight will emcee and perform from 6 to 10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 11, as the Senior Citizens Council of Clackamas County holds its annual fundraising dinner and auction…



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