Link to Owner Dr. Robert B. Pamplin Jr.

Children's nature camps offered at Environmental Learning…

Children's nature camps offered at Environmental Learning…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Community College is offering to engage kids in exploring how plants, animals and people get through winter
North Clackamas workshops teach students leadership skills

North Clackamas workshops teach students leadership skills

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas High School juniors are teaching young students at local elementary and middle schools
Oregon City, Happy Valley to mark  75th anniversary of…

Oregon City, Happy Valley to mark 75th anniversary of…

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon cities to plant peace trees grown from seeds collected from trees that survived the atomic bombing of Hiroshima
Fourth grader in Oregon City kills himself

Fourth grader in Oregon City kills himself

Clackamas Review - News
District posts notice about death by suicide, saying the boy's family gave permission to share cause
New Seasons sold to discount Emart of Korea

New Seasons sold to discount Emart of Korea

Business Tribune - News
Natural food brand in merger with Emart's U.S. affiliate, Good Food Holdings; one Seattle store to close, another to rebrand
Oregon Impact's biggest fundraiser draws more than 100

Oregon Impact's biggest fundraiser draws more than 100

Clackamas Review - News
Merry and Bright helps ensure kids' safety on roads by encouraging shopping for a cause
Community calendar for Dec. 11-24

Community calendar for Dec. 11-24

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County
Teen meets firefighters who saved him from burning home

Teen meets firefighters who saved him from burning home

Clackamas Review - News
Timm Wilson-Kreuger, 19, who had been locked in bathroom when rescuers arrived, visits Milwaukie fire station
Land Board considers options as future of Elliott State…

Land Board considers options as future of Elliott State…

Portland Tribune - News
DOJ says Supreme Court ruling the sale of 800 acres illegal won't affect proposal to turn forest into an OSU laboratory.
Courts search for local mental health treatment resources

Courts search for local mental health treatment resources

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon Health Authority will ask legislators to put more money into local care for criminal defendants found mentally unfit for trial.
Holiday Store seeks donations for those impacted by violence

Holiday Store seeks donations for those impacted by violence

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Women's Services, Angels in the Outfield partner to provide new gifts
Hats Not Hate project benefits Gladstone kids

Hats Not Hate project benefits Gladstone kids

Clackamas Review - News
National 'craftivist' movement launched in 2018 to remind students of their important role in standing up to support one another
Clackamas deputies thwart three thefts in one night

Clackamas deputies thwart three thefts in one night

Clackamas Review - News
All attempted robberies in Happy Valley area end with propery recovered by sheriff's office
Happy Valley, Clackamas County agree on $14.3M settlement

Happy Valley, Clackamas County agree on $14.3M settlement

Clackamas Review - News
Agreement hinges on passage of 2020 legislation to allow city to exit North Clackamas Parks & Recreation District
Thanksgiving concert unites faith community, aid…

Thanksgiving concert unites faith community, aid…

Clackamas Review - News
Annual concert put on by Advantis Health in Happy Valley church attracts nearly 2,000 people
Springwater farmers recognized for sustainable practices

Springwater farmers recognized for sustainable practices

Clackamas Review - News
Farmland near Springwater Road in Estacada has been in Guttridge family for several generations
Clackamas homeless service center gets $10K donation

Clackamas homeless service center gets $10K donation

Clackamas Review - News
Credit union aims to bolster group's food storage systems through fifth-annual contribution
La Salle Prep raising $150K to replace court

La Salle Prep raising $150K to replace court

Clackamas Review - News
Gym renovations to honor longtime Falcon teacher and coach Jack Cleghorn, whose boys teams won state titles in 1981, 1983, 1984 and 1986
Police seize gun, knife at Oregon City High School

Police seize gun, knife at Oregon City High School

Clackamas Review - News
Officers investigating why student brought weapons to his class on Wednesday, Dec. 4
Oregon City again reverses course on annexations

Oregon City again reverses course on annexations

Clackamas Review - News
Properties no longer accepted into city limits, pending a decision by Oregon Court of Appeals
Feds: Oregon child welfare fails people with disabilities

Feds: Oregon child welfare fails people with disabilities

Portland Tribune - News
State human services department agrees to 'prevent discrimination against parents with disabilities in Oregon's child welfare system.'
State's third largest party invites unaffiliated voters to…

State's third largest party invites unaffiliated voters to…

Portland Tribune - News
As Oregon prepares for primary elections, the Independent Party seeks to engage growing voting bloc.
Oregon attorney general's lawsuit hits Johnson & Johnson…

Oregon attorney general's lawsuit hits Johnson & Johnson…

Portland Tribune - News
Legal fight alleges the New Jersey company engaged in deceptive practices that harmed thousands of women.
Community calendar for Dec. 4-11

Community calendar for Dec. 4-11

Clackamas Review - News
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County
$20K Clackamas County grant targets Eagle Landing

$20K Clackamas County grant targets Eagle Landing

Clackamas Review - News
Nonprofit organization Rivers of Life Center celebrates Mt. Scott waterways, heritage
State report singles out Portland for police profiling

State report singles out Portland for police profiling

Portland Tribune - News
Landmark study paints a complex picture of policing across the state that has some civil rights advocates concerned.
Help those in need in Clackamas during holiday season

Help those in need in Clackamas during holiday season

Clackamas Review - News
Various nonprofit groups throughout county collect variety of items for all ages
State-run IRA sees 'cultural shift' as small businesses…

State-run IRA sees 'cultural shift' as small businesses…

Portland Tribune - News
OregonSaves has enrolled more than 3,600 businesses, 50,000 people as treasurer's office works hard to get the word out to more employers.
Oregon City historic houses get new advocate, manager

Oregon City historic houses get new advocate, manager

Clackamas Review - News
Tara Seaver to reach out to younger people interested in history as administrator of the McLoughlin Memorial Association
Clackamas High School plans annual Winter Rage

Clackamas High School plans annual Winter Rage

Clackamas Review - News
Volunteers and donations sought to help needy families at 14331 S.E. 132nd Ave.

Blaze destroys mobile home in Clackamas

Clackamas Review - News
Blaze destroys mobile home in Clackamas
Firefighters employ dangerous 'Rescue Mode' due to initial reports that residents had gone back into burning building for pets

Dig deeper in new year - become a Master Gardener

Clackamas Review - News
Dig deeper in new year - become a Master Gardener
Oregon State University Extension Service trainings in Oregon City starting Thursday, Jan. 30

Credit union donates to search-and-rescue

Clackamas Review - News
Credit union donates to search-and-rescue
Funds to provide Mt. Hood Search and Rescue Council with 15 GPS units, new tires for vehicle

4-H club donates to Gladstone Food Pantry

Clackamas Review - News
4-H club donates to Gladstone Food Pantry
Fuzzy Squad collects 515 pounds of nonperishable items to community resource located behind Gladstone High School off Nelson Lane

Court upholds secretary of state's forestry…

Portland Tribune - News
Court upholds secretary of state's forestry…
Clarno maintained that the complexity of the three proposed measures could confuse voters.

Oregon retailers see good ho-ho-holiday sales…

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon retailers see good ho-ho-holiday sales…
No recession ... yet ... but economic indicators have economists, bankers, retailers on the lookout for stockings full of coal.

Community calendar for Nov. 27-Dec. 4

Clackamas Review - News
Community calendar for Nov. 27-Dec. 4
Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in Clackamas County

Estacada man fatally hit on I-205 by Clackamas Town…

Portland Tribune - News
Estacada man fatally hit on I-205 by Clackamas Town…
The Monday morning closure lasted for hours after a person was hit while standing 'in the middle' of Interstate 205.

State foster care consultants lay foundation for…

Portland Tribune - News
State foster care consultants lay foundation for…
Agency has been the subject of multiple reviews that have laid out what it needed to keep kids safe.

Family Support Center gears up for high demand

Clackamas Review - News
Family Support Center gears up for high demand
Milwaukie building houses food pantry, kids clothes closet for North Clackamas residents

School notes for Nov. 26

Clackamas Review - News
School notes for Nov. 26
Clubs donate dictionaries to third graders; Wetten jog-a-thon raises over $24,000; Gladstone High robotics team competes; North Clackamas tech director…

Oregon changes how it pays for public defenders

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon changes how it pays for public defenders
With a potential lawsuit looming, a state agency has begun scrutinizing its contracts with public defense lawyers.

TriMet reroutes buses at Clackamas mall during…

Clackamas Review - News
TriMet reroutes buses at Clackamas mall during…
Black Friday (Nov. 29) to be first of seven busy shopping days affected at Town Center

Clackamas County works to end stigma of opioid…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas County works to end stigma of opioid…
Billboards appearing along busy highways get word out about naloxone in effort to save lives

Happy Valley skater heads to national competition

Clackamas Review - News
Happy Valley skater heads to national competition
High school junior Samuel Mindra, fifth grader Annika Chao attend Oregon Connections Academy

Clackamas Community College offers medical billing…

Clackamas Review - News
Clackamas Community College offers medical billing…
New coding program teaches how to work with physicians and assist patients in the front office

County asks public to rate services

Clackamas Review - News
County asks public to rate services
With a budget gap expected, officials looking at cuts in fiscal year 2020-2021

Milwaukie jury: Pay elected officials more

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

Kraxberger Middle School helps create butterfly hill

Clackamas Review - News
Kraxberger Middle School helps create butterfly hill
Pollinator habitat project at Gladstone Nature Park serves as demonstration site

Protesters arrested after sit-in at Brown's Capitol…

Portland Tribune - News
Protesters arrested after sit-in at Brown's Capitol…
Environmental groups unhappy with governor's refusal to stand with them in opposition of 235-mile LNG pipeline that will cut across Southern Oregon.

Secretary of state candidates try to spin political…

Portland Tribune - News
Secretary of state candidates try to spin political…
State office's open seat attracts hopefuls, so far only Democrats, who trumpet skills and say they'll keep things running well.

Oregon City launches downtown parking survey

Clackamas Review - News
Oregon City launches downtown parking survey
City officials aim to improve travel options downtown and make accessing the downtown area safer

Johnson Creek Boulevard to get $6.8M facelift

Clackamas Review - News
Johnson Creek Boulevard to get $6.8M facelift
Clackamas County's new registration fee will fund various projects, including thoroughfare east of Milwaukie

Milwaukie rehab houses poised for growth

Clackamas Review - News
Milwaukie rehab houses poised for growth
Oregon Trail Recovery to make more beds available for addicts, offers public free weekly family support group meetings

Calendar honors historic Oregon City women

Clackamas Review - News
Calendar honors historic Oregon City women
2020 marks the 100th anniversary since the ratification of the 19th Amendment

Lawmakers again wrestle with limiting money in…

Portland Tribune - News
Lawmakers again wrestle with limiting money in…
A legislative committee considers outlines of campaign finance reform legislation, revealing possible faultines.

Officers get donations from Oregon City fundraisers

Clackamas Review - News
Officers get donations from Oregon City fundraisers
Benefits include Robert Libke memorial at police station, Shop with a Cop program

Gladstone police seek clues after theft at Carz…

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone police seek clues after theft at Carz…
Gladstone Police are on the case after a white male allegedly stole a Dodge Charger from the used car dealer.

Gladstone, county reach accord on building libraries

Clackamas Review - News
Gladstone, county reach accord on building libraries
Agreement finally settles loose ends from 2016 lawsuit in which city sued for $1.5M

Economists: Oregon's slow job growth doesn't point…

Portland Tribune - News
Economists: Oregon's slow job growth doesn't point…
'It is an open question as to whether firms are hiring less because they are seeing weaker sales or because the labor market is tight and finding…

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