Kirsten Aird: 'I will run for Position 5 on school board'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Lake Oswego resident will seek the seat being vacated by Board Chair Bob Barman

Barman: Serving has been an honor

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'Best office in the country,' School Board chair says, but he won't seek a third term

My World: In politically correct times, humor is the first…

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We need to lighten up and save our condemnation for those slights that are truly meant to be taken seriously and cause harm.

First steps on a life-affirming path

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
What if a meadow of wildflowers at this time were like that first stone in that first path that eventually inspired others to build cathedrals?

Sustained focus on roads is key

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
How has the City been doing on road maintenance? Pretty well, but it is not enough.

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Worries about fire department cutbacks, and praise for a mentorship program for moms

Clackamas County vehicle-registration fee needed now

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas County Chair Jim Bernard: 'We are millions of dollars behind in maintenance - including our local roads in unincorporated areas - and every…

Just Another Point of View: Who's really telling the truth?

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Charges of political bias ALWAYS come from those who are themselves most biased.

Clean Energy in Oregon: Blowin' in the (offshore) wind

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In an occasional series of articles, Lake Oswego resident Bob Sack looks at 'underappreciated, carbon-free sources of energy that are under…

Citizen's View: Finally, it is time for Oregon to say…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
California and Washington have erected memorials on their capitol grounds to honor their Vietnam veterans. It is time for Oregon to do the same.

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Praise for student writer Margo Sidline's latest column

Lawmakers must act to make sure public's business is done…

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Cleaning up the public records law will be a laborious process. It has taken 45 years for the law to become so completely riddled with exemptions.

Citizen's View: New nonprofit is Beyond Stupid

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The mission of Beyond Stupid is to wage war against our environment and its inhabitants

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Best place to cut; Wonderful show; Add a signal

Yes, Virginia, there is still a Santa Claus

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The New York Sun's 1897 response to Virginia O'Hanlon just may be the most famous editorial ever written about Christmas

Friends of Luscher Farm opposes bike park

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Group says a proposal to add a bike skills park and two miles of mountain-bike trails violates area's master plan

Citizen's View: Use tax break to double gift to arts

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If all arts, heritage and humanities donors do this, our communities will overflow with a wealth even greater than money.

Citizen's View: Exceptional people make schools great

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Help honor them by submitting a nomination for the Lake Oswego Rotary Club's SASEE awards

Citizen's View: Clean energy in Oregon

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
My hope is that this series will brighten your spirits a bit about the challenge of climate change, and increase your curiosity about some…

My World: In early '40s, Christmas was a respite from…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
It was an odd time of both anxiety and togetherness as we felt a sense of unity that was special to the times.

Citizen's View: Contemplating a beautiful solution

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
'Most around here have concluded that when chemicals designed to kill plants and animals turn up in their kids, then lawns with dandelions don't look…

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Thanking a great neighbor; No methanol refinery

Clackamas County's free clinic needs your help

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Executive Director Martha Spiers asks for community support for Clackamas Volunteers in Medicine Founders Clinic, currently based in Oregon City

Lawmakers should ease PERS burden on our schools by…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The PERS crisis is gobbling up money that should be spent on teachers, textbooks and fixing defective water faucets.

A Photographic Memory

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In 1913, William and Ida Gray were among the first to purchase a lot in the newly platted Lakeview Villas tract on Oswego Lake.

Investing in school safety, security

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In the time since the bond passed, projects are springing up across our district.

Spare Change: Youth members of City's boards deserve to vote

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Denying youth members the right to vote strips their participation on a City committee of any type of responsibility or relevance,

Don't sell any part of golf course

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The sale of part of the golf course would set a precedent that might become irresistible when other projects are considered in the future.

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Replace restrooms; Thank you, park stewards

Consider adding bus shelters to boost ridership

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Expanding ridership is not just a TriMet issue. Local governments need to step up to the plate too.

Celebrate excellence in education

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We should recognize how often our staff members, teachers, volunteers and students go beyond their duties and roles to ensure that we create a school…

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: City Hall design; Gift of sight; How we communicate

My World: In our homestretch, race to the finish is more…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
There are some things we do very well here. Napping, for example. Two a day if you work it right.

Questions about Medicare plans?

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Here are some of the most commonly asked questions that Humana licensed health insurance agents get during the annual election period:

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Let's help Jeannie; City Hall design

CORRECTION

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Lake Oswego resident Bill Kreger was not a Navy SEAL as he claimed in a story in the Nov. 8 issue of the Lake Oswego Review.

Help honor 'Service Above Self'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Rotary program recognizes and honors educators, staff, students and citizens who go above and beyond in demonstrating a commitment to education

Good, evil and human nature: Women hold key to survival

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Technology buffs ignored the greatest impediment to true progress, which is human nature itself.

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Kindness first; Important information; Wonderful heart

Wendland: 'Today is the future'

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If I earn your vote as a member of City Council, doing something now about the future will be my mantra.

Nguyen: 'Your vote matters'

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As your city councilor, I will be proactive in identifying our common goals and working together to find solutions.

Poulson: 'Let's sing a new song'

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Let's send a message: In our community we sing about our similarities, not dwell on our differences.

Don't take ballots to the library

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Two new, permanent boxes are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Lake Oswego

A PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The official name of the John Erwin Uppinghouse sculpture in George Rogers Park is the 'Fairy Tree.'

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Lots of endorsements for City Council candidates

Manz: 'An early Thanksgiving'

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I cannot thank enough the community leaders, friends, family and supporters who are lending a hand.

Here's a recap of our election endorsements

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The Lake Oswego Review's choices in state, regional and local campaigns, including candidates and ballot measures

Buehler will move Oregon forward on difficult issues

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We believe Republican Rep. Knute Buehler has the potential to break the one-party inertia in Salem and use the natural tension that would arise from…

Thanks, Lake Oswego, for your patience

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Construction is disruptive, impactful and can be frustrating, but it is temporary and necessary to ensure our public infrastructure is reliable for…

Moving forward by coming together

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We can set aside the vitriol, anger and contempt and focus on how we can move forward on the issues facing our communities and our state.

Voting is an important choice

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My goal as a city councilor will be to keep our vibrant city moving forward with measured progress done right.

On infrastructure and happiness

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The City does not need more plans about what to do. The City just needs to execute.

Don't take ballots to the library

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Two new, permanent boxes are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week in Lake Oswego

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Lots of endorsements for City Council candidates

For Lake Oswego City Council: Manz, Nguyen,…

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All three candidates combine experience and advocacy with a well-defined vision of Lake Oswego's future.

Where they stand on sustainability

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Lake Oswego City Council candidates explain what they have done at work and in their personal lives to promote sustainability.

Remove 'quirks' from City Charter

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Lake Oswego voters should approve Charter amendments that involve council meetings and notifications about ordinances

Nguyen: 'Integrity, stewardship, community'

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It's important that Lake Oswego's City Council leads with integrity. That means doing the right thing as a leader, and being accountable to the…

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Review's mailbox this week: Politics dominates again this week, with lots of candidate endorsemenst

My World: Fighting for the right to vote

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Perhaps we too can generate the excitement we need to effectively participate in the electoral process and take back responsibility for a government…

We need regional housing solution

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Voting Yes on Measure 26-199 will create permanent and affordable homes for people who live and work in our community today.

Women candidates offer hope of peaceful society

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Humankind is in the throes of monumental transformation.Having filled the Earth, we have no choice but to reinvent ourselves.

Poulson: Great time for bold action

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We can and should work to diversify Oregon's economy to be more robust and resistant to financial dislocations.

Mattersdorff: Looking to Lake Oswego's future

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I believe that we should think about several key aspects of our city, looking as far into the future as we can.

Meet council candidates at two forums

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All seven active candidates for the three open Lake Oswego City Council seats have accepted invitations

READERS' LETTERS

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In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Public art and political campaigns

Wagner's passion for education will serve Lake…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Democrat has found a way to let his role as a state senator inform his position on the School Board, not distract from it.

Reject Metro's housing bond

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We agree that lack of available affordable housing is a regional issue, but we're not convinced that turning Metro into a regional housing czar is…

A PHOTOGRAPHIC MEMORY

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Outfitted in Jantzen swimsuits, Lake Oswego's 'Aquamaids' performed at various venues in the 1950s

READERS' LETTERS

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Readers endorse candidates for City Council, Metro and governor

Joe Buck has earned a seat on the Metro Council

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Lake Oswego city councilor combines a solid record of achievement with a collaborative leadership style that will serve the entire region well

Don't use initiatives to control costs

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Voters should reject Measures 103 and 104 and insist instead that the Legislature perform the heavy lifting required to control costs of state…

Spare Change: The Review was right to publish…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The Review did what all newspapers should do: inform the public, and let the public decide.

Our Opinion: Don't repeal a 'sanctuary' law that…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Oregon's law has worked well for three decades. In the current political climate, it has gotten swept up into a debate about how local police should…

The Bridges of Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
What does an average age of 63 years for the oldest four bridges mean? The bridges are wearing out.

'Working together is success'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
You can expect a commitment to our schools, our businesses, our infrastructure, our safety, our parks, the arts and our recreational facilities.

READERS' LETTERS

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City Council endorsement letters doiminate The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week

Correction

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Every effort is made to ensure that stories appearing in The Lake Oswego Review are accurate.

Measure 102 will make affordable housing dollars go…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Because the Portland affordable housing bond project is still underway, should Measure 102 pass, the remaining dollars still could be stretched to…

Mattersdorff: 'paying as we go'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
If elected, I will do my best to guard our debt load, and to protect you from excessive fees and taxes.

Rocking and rolling at new junior high

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Education is changing to reflect the world today's children face, and school design has evolved to facilitate those changes.

Ban neighborhood commercialization

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Converting homes to STRs removes limited housing from the market, increases housing prices and pushes locals out.

Where do candidates stand on MAX?

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Needed transportation projects can be held hostage to light rail only if officials in Clackamas County, Lake Oswego and other jurisdictions acquiesce.

How to treat kids' sports injuries

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Even with the best preparation, your child might still get hurt; we can't protect our kids from every bruise, crash or break.

READERS' LETTERS

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Community service; Buck a clear choice; Proven record; Vote for Arthur; Cares about neighborhoods; Fair and…

My World: A story of hope from the border

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
While the chaos is being widely publicized these days, it is a situation that has been going on for a number of years.

Citizen's View: Take steps to prevent sports…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Here are four things you can do to help prevent injury so your children can play as long as they love the sport.

A letter for our daughter on first day of preschool

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We have confidence that a lack of education will never hold you back and that you will never be shut out of your dreams because you didn't qualify.

READERS' LETTERS

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Buck for Metro; A new paradigm; Reforming Medicaid; Abiding love for LO; Proven record; A strong leader;…

Arthur: 'a community perspective'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
The importance of having engaged citizens serve on the Lake Oswego City Council - people who have career and leadership experience - cannot be…

Women know: We're a global village, with a shared…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
We need a social structure suited to humankind's present relationship with Earth.

McCain's legacy: a call for mavericks and civility

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
John McCain will forever stand out for the bridges he built the world over. Regardless of party, we'll do well to elect a few more in his mold in…

A Photographic Memory

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Lakewood Bay did not exist until 1928. Prior to that time, it was a marshy wetland known locally, and eponymously, as the 'Duck Pond.'

READERS' LETTERS

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
In The Lake Oswego Review's mailbox this week: Council listened; Community service; Concerned, proactive; Nonpartisan candidate

Meet council candidates at upcoming forums

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
All eight candidates for the three open Lake Oswego City Council seats have accepted invitations

Spare Change: Democracy requires active…

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
Political engagement means knowing the issues. It means knowing the candidates. It means voting.

Candidate forum set for Oct. 18

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
All eight candidates for the three open Lake Osweog City Council seats have been invited

Manz: 'Expertise and experience'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
People ask me why I want to run for City Council again. The answer is simple: I love our city.

Wendland: 'Let's keep our edge'

Lake Oswego Review - Opinion
I am running for City Council this year because I never want us to be complacent. We have to keep our edge.

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