Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Oregon public records survey shows mixed bag for government…

Oregon public records survey shows mixed bag for government…

Portland Tribune - News
Nearly three dozen agencies ignored requests in the survey, which found a wide variety in how government bodies follow public records law.
Wild rivers get a new look from U.S. forest officials

Wild rivers get a new look from U.S. forest officials

Clackamas Review - News
Next phase of rivers plan to address added protections, boundaries, user capacities
Clackamas Community College offers professional courses

Clackamas Community College offers professional courses

Clackamas Review - News
Courses aimed at developing business leaders, customer service open to members of public this fall
Erik Richter officially joins Gladstone School Board

Erik Richter officially joins Gladstone School Board

Clackamas Review - News
Running unopposed for the board were Gladstone robotics coach Steve Stewart and Stacie Moncrief, a principal in the David Douglas School District
County officials asking Metro for Highway 212 funding

County officials asking Metro for Highway 212 funding

Clackamas Review - News
$250M project aims to provide options for residents who are now forced to drive
Clackamas pro tem judge takes permanent post in Portland

Clackamas pro tem judge takes permanent post in Portland

Clackamas Review - News
Gov. Kate Brown elevates Angela Franco Lucero to Multnomah County judgeship
Memorial fund set up for workers killed at Pickathon site

Memorial fund set up for workers killed at Pickathon site

Gresham Outlook - News
GuildWorks colleagues describe Brad Swet and Brandon Blackmore as talented and passionate about work and life
Winery helps raise money for Oak Grove Garden Club

Winery helps raise money for Oak Grove Garden Club

Clackamas Review - News
Tickets will fund a scholarship for a student in Clackamas Community College's horticulture program
Community calendar for Aug. 14-21

Community calendar for Aug. 14-21

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County
July ekes out jobs, unemployment rate at 43-year low

July ekes out jobs, unemployment rate at 43-year low

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon only gained about 2,000 jobs between December and March, which state officials said was weaker than estimated.
Two new administrators to lead Kraxberger Middle School

Two new administrators to lead Kraxberger Middle School

Clackamas Review - News
Parkrose, Reynolds officials head to Gladstone school that is getting its fourth principal since 2015
Revived initiative targets gun safety

Revived initiative targets gun safety

Clackamas Review - News
Plan is a backup for people who support requiring Oregon gun owners to secure their guns and hope lawmakers can pass a storage law in 2020.
Man arrested for driving occupied van into Clackamas River

Man arrested for driving occupied van into Clackamas River

Estacada News - News
Daniel Findley arrested after Clackamas County Sheriff's Office respond to incident at Barton Park.
Man arrested for groping woman at Happy Valley library

Man arrested for groping woman at Happy Valley library

Clackamas Review - News
Justin Carl Phelps arrested twice in one year, following incident in Barnes & Noble.
Third charity golf project in Happy Valley set to break…

Third charity golf project in Happy Valley set to break…

Clackamas Review - News
Candlelighters For Children With Cancer benefits from Golf to Give Challenge
'I think El Paso was a culmination of hateful rhetoric'

'I think El Paso was a culmination of hateful rhetoric'

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's Latinx leaders worry that Texas and Ohio shootings could be prelude to more attacks on Hispanics.
New commercial center planned in Happy Valley

New commercial center planned in Happy Valley

Clackamas Review - News
Anchored by a 144,000-square-foot Fred Meyer, Crossroads East will include mix of retail offerings
Nonprofit helps sex trafficking survivors

Nonprofit helps sex trafficking survivors

Clackamas Review - News
Village for One organization creates haven in Clackamas County for victimized girls
Oregon City man dies in fatal Highway 30 crash

Oregon City man dies in fatal Highway 30 crash

South County Spotlight - News
Barry Robinson, 61, sustained fatal injuries; authorties now seeking information from witnesses
Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Oregon public unions want top court to block PERS changes

Portland Tribune - News
Lawsuit challenges changes that tweak savings plan and cap salary number used to determine retirement benefits.
Oregon City Chamber of Commerce Board picks new leader

Oregon City Chamber of Commerce Board picks new leader

Clackamas Review - News
Former head of education foundation Victoria Alley Meinig previously worked in nonprofits, marketing, finance
Mayor: 'We can finally say we have a college in Milwaukie'

Mayor: 'We can finally say we have a college in Milwaukie'

Clackamas Review - News
Vote annexes Clackamas Community College Harmony campus within city limits
Teens help plan Drive-In Movie Night

Teens help plan Drive-In Movie Night

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley Youth Council benefit from 'Guardians of the Galaxy' screening
Two arborists killed while dismantling festival structure

Two arborists killed while dismantling festival structure

Gresham Outlook - News
Workers were in boom-lift cherry picker that toppled over at Pickathon site on Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley
Conservative Rep. Nearman takes Freedom Foundation job

Conservative Rep. Nearman takes Freedom Foundation job

Portland Tribune - News
Olympia group focuses on labor issues, and former lawmaker is expected to fit right in ideologically.
Report links Oregon's female prisoners to high levels of…

Report links Oregon's female prisoners to high levels of…

Portland Tribune - News
Researchers surveyed inmates at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility and found the abuse they endured played a role in their arrest.
Community calendar for Aug. 7-14

Community calendar for Aug. 7-14

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County
Gladstone art teacher wins award

Gladstone art teacher wins award

Clackamas Review - News
Sherwood resident Audrey Delgado, who teaches at Kraxberger Middle School, will have piece displayed through Dec. 6
Beavercreek Road resurfacing begins Aug. 12

Beavercreek Road resurfacing begins Aug. 12

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County officials warn drivers about lane closures resulting from $2.2 million project along 5 miles of roadway
Oregon City history group seeks new administrator

Oregon City history group seeks new administrator

Clackamas Review - News
West Linn resident Paul Richard Solomon served as the coordinator for Oregon City-based McLoughlin Memorial Association

Wild rivers get a new look from U.S. forest…

Sandy Post - News
Wild rivers get a new look from U.S. forest…
Next phase of rivers plan to address added protections, boundaries, user capacities

Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads

Portland Tribune - News
Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads
Experts say it might not be that bad: cities and small towns take different political approaches to meeting their needs.

Gov. Brown warms up veto pen for several bills

Portland Tribune - News
Gov. Brown warms up veto pen for several bills
On Sunday, Gov. Kate Brown announced her veto considerations, including money for dam retrofits, wetland deregulation and funds for urban growth…

Craft, home decor chain plans Oregon City store

Clackamas Review - News
Craft, home decor chain plans Oregon City store
Hobby Lobby to occupy Kmart space that closed in 2015 at 19003 Beavercreek Road

Amazon in Troutdale: A feeling of fulfillment

Gresham Outlook - News
Amazon in Troutdale: A feeling of fulfillment
Flesh and blood employees, robots coexist at Troutdale's Amazon distribution center

Milwaukie considers salaries for elected officials

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie considers salaries for elected officials
City may bump up pay after future elections for councilors currently getting monthly stipend of $250, with the mayor receiving $300 a month

Like those end-of-the-budget perks? Oregon auditors…

Portland Tribune - News
Like those end-of-the-budget perks? Oregon auditors…
Secretary of state's office says state should encourage agencies to save money, not spend it all when two-year budget cycle ends.

Brown lowers flags to honor shooting victims

Portland Tribune - News
Brown lowers flags to honor shooting victims
'We must take a hard look at why hatred like this exists, and do all we can to make sure it has no place in our country.'

Oregon City brimming with art this weekend

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City brimming with art this weekend
Festival of the Arts brings music, food, 65 visual artists to End of the Oregon Trail

Willamette Falls Studios plans grand reopening in…

Clackamas Review - News
Willamette Falls Studios plans grand reopening in…
Formerly called Willamette Falls Media, center undergoes remodel, name change

Swimmer drowns at High Rocks Park in Gladstone

Clackamas Review - News
Swimmer drowns at High Rocks Park in Gladstone
Casey Carret, 22, disappeared for 12 minutes beneath the surface of the Clackamas River

First employee lays groundwork for Student Success…

Portland Tribune - News
First employee lays groundwork for Student Success…
Education department and other agencies begin cranking up a $1 billion funding plan to transform schools and aid students.

Grand opening set for affordable housing in…

Clackamas Review - News
Grand opening set for affordable housing in…
Attendees can tour the site Aug. 20, including Northwest Housing Alternatives' newly built Annie Ross House family shelter

Oregon City drinks in its Prohibition- era history

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City drinks in its Prohibition- era history
New documentary series connects cocktails to past surrounding period from 1920-'33

Community calendar for July 31-Aug. 7

Clackamas Review - News
Community calendar for July 31-Aug. 7
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Wood Village mourns Clark

Gresham Outlook - News
Wood Village mourns Clark
Longtime leader, volunteer resigned post after being diagnosed with cancer in late 2018

Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for…

Portland Tribune - News
Boquist's federal lawsuit blasts Courtney for…
GOP state senator who raised his voice during walkout sues Senate president, accusing him of rampant misuse of power.

Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans,…

Portland Tribune - News
Dissent by Democrats, not AWOL Republicans,…
Sen. Laurie Monnes Anderson pulled away from her party before a vote on keystone environmental policy after Boeing expressed concern about the bill's…

Clackamas County tourism office gets new director

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County tourism office gets new director
Samara Phelps replaces Danielle Cowan, who retires after nine years in position

Northbound Interstate 205 closed for paving Aug. 2-5

Clackamas Review - News
Northbound Interstate 205 closed for paving Aug. 2-5
Sunnyside/Sunnybrook Boulevard northbound onramp will also close for the weekend starting at 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 2

Church vans torched when thief tries to steal gas

Clackamas Review - News
Church vans torched when thief tries to steal gas
Fire erupts in Grand View Baptist Church parking lot in Beavercreek; surveillance video shows someone 'walking casually up with a drill in one hand…

Milwaukie immortalized in popular children's book

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie immortalized in popular children's book
New publication with tens of thousands of copies already circulating nationally includes landmarks like Ledding Library

Gladstone High School grad participates in Warrior…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone High School grad participates in Warrior…
Team Navy is composed of athletes from Navy Wounded Warrior-Safe Harbor, the Navy's sole organization for coordinating the nonmedical care of…

Raquel Moore-Green sworn in as Oregon's newest…

Portland Tribune - News
Raquel Moore-Green sworn in as Oregon's newest…
Salem consultant was picked unanimously for the vacancy on Tuesday left by appointment of Sen. Denyc Boles.

Honoring ovarian cancer survivors

Clackamas Review - News
Honoring ovarian cancer survivors
Gladstone-based group plans SHOC Foundation Walk & Run, raises $1M for disease research

ODOT's summer to-do list is hot hot hot

Portland Tribune - News
ODOT's summer to-do list is hot hot hot
Oregon's transportation agency has 92 statewide projects on its agenda this summer, from cleaning culverts to installing guardrails.

Community calendar July 24-31

Clackamas Review - News
Community calendar July 24-31
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Thomas Joseph to retire from dry-cleaning business

Clackamas Review - News
Thomas Joseph to retire from dry-cleaning business
Clackamas Fire Board member, chair of Clackamas Rotary Foundation to continue community service

Girl hit by driver at Milwaukie crossing known for…

Clackamas Review - News
Girl hit by driver at Milwaukie crossing known for…
Officials recently install traffic diverter at intersection, but police say bicyclist ran stop sign

Clackamas County details plans for courthouse…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County details plans for courthouse…
Budget for Red Soils building rapidly rising; courthouse to displace mental health services building

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