John Wetten Elementary students hold book battle

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Oregon City kids participate in the Oregon Battle of the Books, a statewide program to encourage students to read

Ivy pull seeks to save Waterboard Park tree canopy

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Volunteers should dress for the weather and arrive Saturday at 204 S. John Adams St.

Oregon City Farmers Market celebrates 15 years

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Market will officially begin its 15th summer season Saturday, May 4, at 2051 Kaen Road

Entertainment industry plans Safety on Set Expo in Clackamas

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Free event will take place from 12:30-5 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Perfectionist Stages

Milwaukie mayor seeks to unseat Congressman Kurt Schrader

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Mark Gamba announces at his April 19 birthday celebration run in next year's Democratic primary

Jennings Lodge continues housing focus

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Jane Morrison and Amanda Gresen are relatively new co-chairs of the Jennings Lodge CPO

82nd Avenue Pizza Schmizza plans grand reopening

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Steve Leitz, owner of Baskin-Robbins in Gladstone, has purchased the pizza parlor

Oregon City Rotary donates dictionaries to third graders

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Annual donation is part of service club's commitment to supporting education and literacy

North Clackamas students excel at SkillsUSA competition

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NCSD students get total of 36 medals, including 14 gold, in areas ranging from welding, electronics and cosmetology to culinary arts and law…

Camaraderie in creativity at Brush & Palette

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Art association in Jennings Lodge Art will hold an open house and art sale Saturday-Sunday, April 27-28

Wild Willamette winter steelhead post best return in three…

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Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife's biologists hope removal of sea lions is the beginning of a turnaround

Metro seeks comment on proposed park bond

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Council will decide later this spring on whether to refer a bond, proceeds from which could fund Oregon City projects.

Clackamas County awarded $131K to combat road deaths

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Grant from the national Road to Zero Coalition going toward goal of ending traffic fatalities by 2035

Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary plans pancake fundraiser

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Scholarship funding sought for 2019 graduates of Gladstone, Rex Putnam and New Urban high schools

Trust reaps $7 million for Oregon City Riverwalk project

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First phase of construction will create public access to falls for first time in a century

Road near Carver closed for paving April 22-26

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Full closure of bridge tentatively set after resolution of legal dispute related to Clackamas River Water

Bands to battle April 20 in Oregon City

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Music Performance Technology Festival at Clackamas Community College at 7:30 p.m.

School notes for April 17

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Dog visits Jenning Lodge bilingual schools; Writing conference coming to Oregon City; Gladstone hosts 'Screenagers' film night

Gladstone's new police chief to begin service to community

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A longtime advocate of transparency and body cameras, Hillsboro Police Capt. John Schmerber to start May 20 in Gladstone

Community calendar for April 17

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2019

Gladstone, other cities addressing rising rent cost

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Cities looking at adopting zoning that would encourage denser housing options, but Portland has more resources to deal with problem

Clackamas service club donates $53K to African hospital

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Rotary Club receives matching grant to provide funding toward safe and clean birthing quarters in The Gambia

Oregon City special election ballot filled with choices

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School district races affecting city and nearby unincorporated areas especially active this election cycle

Gladstone Civic Center construction breaks ground

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April 9 ceremony previews location for new home for police station and City Hall in 2020

Geotech analysis underway at Oregon City middle schools

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Officials prepare to rebuild Gardiner and renovate Ogden, two of the largest projects funded by the 2018 school bond

Gladstone schools get Education Foundation grants

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Gladstone Education Foundation awards nearly $10,000 in spring grants to a variety of projects

Milwaukie officer shot, suspect in custody

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Police identify suspect and the wounded officer is released from the hospital to home with leg injuries.

Oregon City resident to lead Oregon Community Trees

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An employee of Clackamas County, Samantha Wolf has coordinated the county's Dump Stoppers program since 2017

Apply for new Clackamas County road advisory committee

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Residents of unincorporated Clackamas County are invited to participate in deciding funding priorities for new road fee

Rotary awards grants to Gladstone schools

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Gladstone/Oak Lodge Rotary Club gives over $2,000 in grants through the Pizza Schmizza HELP grants program

Long-term Oregon City school planning is in limbo

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Oregon City School District officials reject first offer to buy Serres family-farm property

Oregon City school notes for April 10

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Music teacher moonlights as children's author; Gardiner Middle School supports cancer research

Foundation raises $75,000 for Clackamas County…

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Clackamas Emergency Services Foundation holds eighth-annual dinner and auction at Gray Gables Estate

Library 'friends' move bookstore to benefit Oregon…

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After nearly 10 years in its old location, Friends of the Oregon City Library's used bookstore is now at 814 Seventh St.

Prevent child abuse in Clackamas County

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Tom Soma is the executive director of Oregon City-based Children's Center, a private, nonprofit child-abuse-intervention center serving Clackamas…

Community calendar for April 10

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2019

Renowned flutist Trudy Kane to visit Oregon City

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April 13 event at Clackamas Community College, 19600 Molalla Ave., Oregon City

Gladstone history in national spotlight

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'Images of America' series chooses town for latest exposure by Kim Argraves Huey, a historian and active member of the Gladstone Historical Society

North Clackamas teacher helps usher state CTE merger

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Unification of Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) with the state's association spearheaded in part by Oregon ACTE President…

'Raise Your Hand' to expand youth education

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4-H Spring Break Day Camp at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds provides education, skill building

Spring into action at Clackamas County volunteer…

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Event is 11 a.m.-2 p.m. in Development Services Building Auditorium in Oregon City

Oregon City, Metro offer $350K in grants

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Program funded by a $1-per-ton charge collected by Metro South Transfer Station on Washington Street

Oregon City nonprofit NEDCO awarded $25,000

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Country Financial grant aims to improve financial literacy for at-risk populations

Herons return to Willamette River rookery

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Volunteer-led viewing activities slated in April, May and June in Maddax Woods, near Oregon City

Oak Lodge invites public to drinking-water drill

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Community Emergency Response Team volunteers, in conjunction with the Oak Lodge Water Services and Clackamas Fire districts, schedule event from 11…

Oregon City School District seeks public input on…

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Free event will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 9, in the auditorium at Oregon City High School

Ed Allick leaves legacy as former Oregon City…

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Allick and his wife, Edith, both die on March 29, after having built the popularity of Allick's Sausage Kitchen on McLoughlin Boulevard in Oak Grove

Man killed by train in Clackamas County

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William Henry Morrison, 32, recently of West Linn and Milwaukie, apparently didn't hear horn

Public invited to opening of Milwaukie EV charging…

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PGE and the city will dedicate the new Electric Avenue on Saturday, April 6, beginning at 10 a.m.

Community calendars for April 3

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Listings of a selection of free or nonprofit community, neighborhood and arts events in April 2019

US. Rep. Kurt Schrader to give legislative update

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Hosted by local business groups, April 25 breakfast forum to be held at the Abernethy Center in Oregon City

Reunited with owner, Clackamas cat is 'practically…

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Resident of an independent-living community had given up on being reunited with Skinny before volunteers stepped in

Tree School Clackamas teaches love for the land

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Educational event draws hundreds from woodland community in Clackamas County

Clackamas River Water projects exceed budget by $6M

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Board members unanimously vote to spend up to $20,000 for independent examination into what went wrong

Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine plans compelling…

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Dr. Donna Beegle dropped out, but eventually got out of poverty, and will deliver keynote speech at fundraiser

Oregon City hosts regional robotics tournament

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36 robotics teams from across the Pacific Northwest gather at Clackamas Academy of Industrial Sciences

Oregon City High School student qualifies for…

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Jayne Fraley's first place in the state shooting competition qualifies her for championship in Colorado Springs

Gladstone students partner with Oregon Shakespeare…

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Drama teacher Emmett Pearson-Brown. 'Seeing the amazing opportunities it could provide for the school, I jumped at the chance.'

Celebrate Arbor Day at Gladstone Nature Park

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Mayor Tammy Stempel will kick off National Arbor Day on Saturday, April 27, by planting a white oak tree

Grant to support North Clackamas students' dental…

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Oregon Community Foundation's $60,000 grant support the development of a comprehensive school-based dental health program

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