Become aware of minority mental health

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Alex Smurthwaite is the volunteer newsletter editor for NAMI Clackamas, a Milwaukie-based nonprofit

Media helps push for Damascus death warrant

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Richard Carson, a Portland resident, is the unpaid, volunteer city manager of Damascus

Letters for July 17

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Brand leaves postive mark on Oregon City; Cyberbullying: Who does it? Why, when and how do they do it? Who are their victims?

Mental health program in Spanish reaches families

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gisela Foster is Latinx outreach coordinator for the National Alliance on Mental Illness-Clackamas County

Clackamas River Water project failures don't pass smell test

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Robert Bresky is a resident of unincorporated Oregon City, in a section of rural Clackamas County between Carver and Redland

Pesticide-free Oregon City - 10 years on

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Francesca Anton recently moved out of Oregon City and is now living on the McKenzie River in Vida, Oregon

Pesticide-free: A better choice for bees, fish and our…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Sharon Selvaggio is healthy wildlife and water program director for the Northwest Center for Alternatives to Pesticides

Declare independence from meat dangers

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Charlie Richter of Milwaukie: 'Plant-based foods don't harbor nasty pathogens or cancer-causing compounds.'

What are feral cats? And what can I do about them?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Janice Saban is president of Our Community Cat Rescue, a nonprofit organization based in Gladstone

Changing the world, one order at a time

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Mandy Wells is the owner of Food on Demand, a food delivery service in Oregon City

Cha Cha Cha is model of sustainability

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Teri Geier-Brindell, who co-founded the Milwaukie Environmental Stewards Group, praises local restaurant

Can you take the Oregon City fitness challenge?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Amy Light Ramage is the owner of Fit for Excellence, 708 Monroe St., Oregon City

Don't be a party to underage drinking, drug use this summer

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon City Police Officer Spencer Rohde serves as a school resource office and is a member of the Oregon City Together Coalition

My View: Fight for our future. Pass the Clean Energy Jobs…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Yusuf Arifin is a student at Cedar Park Middle School in Beaverton. Ruby Haack and Edith Allen are students at Grant High School in Portland.

Letters for June 12

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Time to end this charade of 'renewed' Damascus; CCC to end mass mailings of course schedules

Saving a rosy piece of Oregon City history

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Rose-plant preserver Francesca Anton recently moved out of Oregon City and is now living on the McKenzie River in Vida, Oregon

My View: Legislature's land-use changes hurt local housing…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Councilor Batey: I can no longer support HB 2001, and urge lawmakers to remove dictates on the scale of infill development.

Student Success Act will bringlong overdue state investment

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Kristi Dille is a parent and school employee in the North Clackamas School District and is president-elect of the Oregon Parent Teacher Association

How to sanely reduce children's screen time

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Dr. Alan Craig Thom is board certified for family practice and works with Adventist Medical Group in Clackamas County

North Clackamas School Board, please don't close local…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Company president: On the agenda is their proposed purchase or condemnation of the Mutual Materials Clackamas branch as a solution to obtaining more…

Letters for May 29

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Arnells should sell their Milwaukie property; Waste seen of CCC catalogs; It's time to design better bags

What to do if you find a litter of kittens

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Janice Saban is president of Our Community Cat Rescue, a nonprofit organization based in Gladstone

Clackamas Community College puts us at risk with herbicides

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jessica Palmer is a resident of Redland, an unincorporated community near Oregon City

What more can be done to prevent suicides?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
John Williams of Oregon City: 'If we really want to reduce Oregon's 'suicide rate' we need to talk and write about societal pressures and conflicts…

Look out for toxic tar-sands shipments

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Hall: Keep your camera handy and send your picture(s) with the date, time and location

Student Success Act to hire needed counselors for all…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Roberto Aguilar was Oregon's 2017 School Counselor of the Year and a 2019 ASCA National School Counselor of the Year finalist

Prevent deaths, make tobacco more expensive

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Whitney Welches, a community development manager for the American Cancer society, lives in Oregon City

Citizen supports Bill Osburn for board

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Neal Reisner is a resident of Gladstone supporting Bill Osburn for Position 5 on the Gladstone School Board

Merkley, Wyden: Suicide prevention must be year-round effort

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Oregon's senators say steps need to be taken to end suicide in our communities.

The Oregon City School Board and 21st-century learning

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Martha Spiers is a member of the Oregon City School Board endorsing four new board members

Island Station neighborhood funding successful…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Milwaukie resident Carolyn Tomei is a former state representative and mayor commenting on city

Clackamas Community College groundskeeper files…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Michael Tulipat is a resident of Oregon City who is currently suspended with pay from his job at CCC

Letters for May 8

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Thanks for attending Brush & Palette open house; support for Anna Farmer and Naomi Angier in May 21 election

The future of the Oregon City School District is…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
After not filing for re-election, Chris Storey will be an Oregon City School Board member through June 30

Clackamas Community College daily helps small…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jeremy Field is the regional administrator for the U.S. Small Business Administration

State fails people who are struggling with mental…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Alex Smurthwaite, newsletter editor for NAMI Clackamas, currently resides in Tigard

Letters for May 1

Clackamas Review - Opinion
CRW ratepayer supports Naomi Angier's re-election; Shelley McCoy for OC schools

Why you should care about cottonwoods

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Jerry Herrmann is president of Rivers of Life Center, a nonprofit education and training organization for at-risk youth

College students shouldn't pay for state…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas Community College Board of Education elected officials who signed on to this letter include Greg Chaimov, Milwaukie; Chris Groener, Oregon…

State program opens opportunities for parents

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Kaylin Noblin of Oregon City supports Healthy Families Oregon, a voluntary home-visiting program

Medicare rule changes put patients at risk

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Bruce Hildreth is a Gladstone resident and is president of the Sherie Hildreth Ovarian Cancer Foundation

Milwaukie business is environmental inspiration

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Teri Geier-Brindell, who co-founded the Milwaukie Environmental Stewards Group, praises Great American Video and Expresso store

Gun-safety issues require governmental action

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Dr. Ryan Hassan is a pediatrician practicing in Clackamas County.

Kennedy-Smith: PERS cuts will hurt child welfare…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paralegal for the Oregon Department of Human Services: Our state's opioid and methamphetamine crisis is ripping families apart

What will it take to finally achieve equality?

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Keith Meeuwsen is a history and social studies teacher at St. Helens High School

Member: AFSCME only cares for itself

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Ethan Alt is a resident and registered voter in Oregon City commenting on Janus v. AFSCME

Adventist Health proud to win quality award

Clackamas Review - Opinion
David Russell is president of Adventist Health Portland, which has a 302-bed hospital serving 900,000 residents on the east side

My View: Cap and trade would threaten family farms

Clackamas Review - Opinion
If it becomes unviable for Oregon family farms to stay in business, that opens the door even wider to imported food coming from countries like China,…

Why I oppose Milwaukie's proposed 'Council Goals'

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Councilor Lisa Batey discusses goalsetting process and upcoming discussions of housing, density

Young people: You should care to vote

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Patrick Sullivan is a Portland resident who visited Congressman Kurt Schrader's office in Oregon City last week

Valley Strength and Fitness makes workouts personal

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Ryan Achenbach recently opened a personal training facility in the city

New tax increase painful for county residents

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Andy Holthouse of Oregon City: 'Clackamas County residents have previously voted down vehicle-registration fee...'

Why I drive for Meals on Wheels

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Happy Valley resident Karl Wiegers has been a Meals on Wheels driver out of the Milwaukie Center for almost 11 years

Vaccinations are safe, successful way to protect…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Dr. Ryan Hassan is a pediatrician practicing in Clackamas County near the Clackamas Town Center

New vehicle fee unfair to Clackamas County residents

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Tiffany Turgetto, resident of unincorporated Happy Valley: 'This could be resolved to be more beneficial to our roads and fairer to our residents'

We can't wait to address climate change

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Lynn Spitaleri Handlin of Happy Valley: 'Climate change is happening... Drastic action must be taken now.'

Oregon's working poor need help from Salem

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Janet Bauer, policy analyst with the Oregon Center for Public Policy: Tax credit would help nearly 20,000 families in Clackamas County

Arithmetical trivia for Bob Moore's 90th birthday

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Aziz Inan is chair and professor teaching in the electrical engineering program of the Donald P. Shiley School of Engineering at the University of…

Getting payback from paying it forward

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Robert 'Bob' Smith is a NAMI Clackamas volunteer at the Clackamas Service Center.

Happy Valley election system potentially…

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Paul Wilcox of Troutdale: 'possible under this system to have a single candidate for one position number, and multiple candidates for the other…

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