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Independent Party of Oregon faces major/minor test

Independent Party of Oregon faces major/minor test

Portland Tribune - News
Oregon's third-largest political party expected to go back to minor status - for now. That's OK with them.
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.
West Linn Police Log

West Linn Police Log

West Linn Tidings - News
Information for the public safety column comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently logged the following…
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
West Linn rocks out

West Linn rocks out

West Linn Tidings - News
A little rain didn't spoil the fun for West Linn residents at last week's Music in the Park
West Linn PD to participate in 'Click It Or Ticket' safety…

West Linn PD to participate in 'Click It Or Ticket' safety…

West Linn Tidings - News
Extra patrols hoped to find vehicles with improperly secured car seats, safety belts
School supply drive equips students with necessities

School supply drive equips students with necessities

West Linn Tidings - News
Give back to local youth by dropping off supplies at locations throughout West Linn until Aug. 21
Fire destroys shed near Luscher Farm in Lake Oswego

Fire destroys shed near Luscher Farm in Lake Oswego

Lake Oswego Review - News
No one was injured and the cause of the fire was unknown, according to officials
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.
Council OKs grant policy for neighborhood groups

Council OKs grant policy for neighborhood groups

West Linn Tidings - News
WL councilors debate how much oversight the City should have over NA grant spending
Selling shades of purple to the West Linn-Wilsonville…

Selling shades of purple to the West Linn-Wilsonville…

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn Lavender Girls will sell items to benefit Children's Cancer Association Aug. 17-18
Marine Board targets  lapsed boat registration

Marine Board targets lapsed boat registration

West Linn Tidings - News
Operation Ship Shape urges vessel owners to check stickers for up-to-date registration
'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.
City Council changed notes rules in middle of case

City Council changed notes rules in middle of case

West Linn Tidings - News
While the City was litigating a lawsuit over a request for Cummings' notes, City Council removed mention of notes from public records rule
Law firm backs Bialostosky for records appeal

Law firm backs Bialostosky for records appeal

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn teenager Rory Bialostosky has said he plans to appeal the July ruling
Solving the mysteries of agriculture

Solving the mysteries of agriculture

West Linn Tidings - News
Oregon State University extension center in Aurora hosts open house for gardeners,farmers
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.
Public input sought on LO-to-Oak Grove bike/ped bridge

Public input sought on LO-to-Oak Grove bike/ped bridge

West Linn Tidings - News
Metro and residents of both sides of the river and greater region at large serving on two committees to shape criteria for where and how the bridge…
City council reviews Willamette streetscaping plan

City council reviews Willamette streetscaping plan

West Linn Tidings - News
Makeover in historic shopping area may include more costly historic lampposts
West Linn spends big on council facilitator

West Linn spends big on council facilitator

West Linn Tidings - News
In seven months, the City has spent nearly $60,000 on facilitator services for the council
WLPD officer wins second in charity competition

WLPD officer wins second in charity competition

West Linn Tidings - News
Officer Blyth won second place, earning $3,000 for camp benefitting kids with cancer
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.
Council OKs city attorney contract

Council OKs city attorney contract

West Linn Tidings - News
The City will incrementally pay higher rates for attorney services over the next two and a half years
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
Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads

Urban/rural divide puts lawmakers at loggerheads

Portland Tribune - News
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

Gov. Brown warms up veto pen for several bills

Portland Tribune - News
On Sunday, Gov. Kate Brown announced her veto considerations, including money for dam retrofits, wetland deregulation and funds for urban growth…
Movies under the stars in West Linn

Movies under the stars in West Linn

West Linn Tidings - News
Three more film showings for West Linn's Movies in the Park at Mary S. Young and Hammerle
Like those end-of-the-budget perks? Oregon auditors…

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

Portland Tribune - News
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

Brown lowers flags to honor shooting victims

Portland Tribune - News
'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.'

Willamette fire damages home

West Linn Tidings - News
Willamette fire damages home
A Sunday morning fire on Dollar street left two Willamette residents displaced

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.

'New kicks on the block' in Wilsonville

West Linn Tidings - News
'New kicks on the block' in Wilsonville
Wilsonville Parks and Recreation Department hosts kickball event for ages 6 and up

$150,000 security guards

West Linn Tidings - News
$150,000 security guards
Cybersecurity's a booming field where six-figure jobs go unfilled. One teen camp aims to change that.

Uncovering Oregon's racist history

West Linn Tidings - News
Uncovering Oregon's racist history
Walidah Imarisha speaks on the street and institutional levels of racism in Oregon and their lasting implications

Businesses' experience with wage increases not all…

West Linn Tidings - News
Businesses' experience with  wage increases not all…
Raising minimum pay having no dramatic effects on many small businesses in metro area

Wilco store set to open at former Walmart property

West Linn Tidings - News
Wilco store set to open at former Walmart property
Farmer-owned cooperative carries everything from lawn and garden items to pet products, hardware

West Linn rallies to save post office

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn rallies to save post office
Residents show support for keeping branch open for local residents in West Linn

POLO in West Linn?

West Linn Tidings - News
POLO in West Linn?
Annual fundraiser brings wine, music and fanciful hats to rural West Linn area

City will begin removing hazardous park trees

West Linn Tidings - News
City will begin removing hazardous park trees
The mostly dead trees would be a danger if they were to fall inside West Linn parks

Prusak recaps first legislative session

West Linn Tidings - News
Prusak recaps first legislative session
The fight for I-205 funding, school-based health centers continues for freshman representative

Wayback Wednesday

West Linn Tidings - News
Wayback Wednesday
New PokeÌ?mon trading cards take West Linn and Willamette Falls Drive by storm.

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…

'New kicks on the block' in Wilsonville

West Linn Tidings - News
'New kicks on the block' in Wilsonville
Wilsonville Parks and Recreation Department hosts kickball event for ages 6 and up

In the line of duty and beyond

West Linn Tidings - News
In the line of duty and beyond
Help West Linn Police Officer Cat Blyth fundraise for kids battling cancer by giving him a vote

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.

West Linn Police Log

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn Police Log
Information for the public safety column comes from the public records of the West Linn Police Department. Authorities recently logged the following…

TVFR announces burn ban for outdoor burning

West Linn Tidings - News
TVFR announces burn ban for outdoor burning
Restrictions do not include enclosed backyard fires, barbecues or propane fire pits

Postal workers to host rally

West Linn Tidings - News
Postal workers to host rally
West Linn community members are invited to discuss the fate of the West Linn Post Office

City asks residents to answer legal services…

West Linn Tidings - News
City asks residents to answer legal services…
Citizens will have until Aug. 1 to challenge the ballot title with Clackamas County

West Linn community members: Come sip n' give back

West Linn Tidings - News
West Linn community members: Come sip n' give back
Wilsonville Brewfest invites surrounding communities to join in on the summer fun

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.

Polo Noir says goodbye to West Linn

West Linn Tidings - News
Polo Noir says goodbye to West Linn
The one-of-a-kind polo match and music festival will take place in West Linn one last time

Tidings, sister papers sweep journalism awards

West Linn Tidings - News
Tidings, sister papers sweep journalism awards
West Linn paper given General Excellence Award by Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association

Every turn leads somewhere interesting

West Linn Tidings - News
Every turn leads somewhere interesting
West Linn resident publishes his first full-length memoir of poetry and prose

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

Court backs West Linn city councilor in records case

West Linn Tidings - News
Court backs West Linn city councilor in records case
The plaintiff, Rory Bialostosky, says the battle isn't over and plans to appeal the ruling

Homecare workers say DHS late payments threaten…

Portland Tribune - News
Homecare workers say DHS late payments threaten…
The workers' union says the late pay has been an issue for decades, and the state has been slow to respond.

Initiative targets gun safety as Salem stumbles on…

Portland Tribune - News
Initiative targets gun safety as Salem stumbles on…
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.

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