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Brought to you by Jonathan Wisniewski, DVM, Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin - Veterinary INSIDER -


Dr. Jonathan Wisniewski, EVCOTEmergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin (EVCOT) is on the move to a new and better facility in Tualatin.

On June 21 at 8 a.m., our current location will close and our new location will open the same day at 5 p.m., when our normal business hours will resume.

The address of the new location is:

8250 S.W. Tonka St.

Tualatin, OR 97062

The new facility will have a consultation and grieving room; an upgraded laboratory and pharmacy; separate cat and dog wards to reduce your pet’s anxiety; an additional procedure room; more cage and kennel space; and our own parking lot.

We will have a new isolation wing with two separate isolation wards (to prevent cross-contamination of different infectious diseases such as influenza and parvovirus). The isolation wing will have a separate entrance, pet walking area and individual examination room.

In the event your pet needs emergency care, EVCOT’s staff is ready, with a bigger and better facility that’s easier to find than our old location.

On June 30, look for this column to prepare for July Fourth. I’ll discuss preventive measures to keep your pet calm while fireworks explode in your area.

Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin

19314 SW Mohave Ct.

Tualatin, Oregon 97062

(503) 691-7922

evcot.com/

Brought to you by Justin Harnish, Harnish Properties - Real Estate INSIDER -


Justin Harnish, Harnish PropertiesQ: What's your best advice for first-time homebuyers?

A: Be prepared. Have your finances and lender in order so you are ready to “strike,” as the first-time homebuyer market (typically price-driven) is highly competitive.

Q: What does a Buyer’s Agent do?

A: A good broker has their finger on the pulse of the active market and shadow market. A broker is a guide to getting the right deal done and helps to remove the emotion from the transaction. Stick to business, it’s not worth overpaying no matter how hot the market is!

Q: Does it cost money to have a Broker’s help? What is a Buyer’s Agent?

A: It does not cost any additional money and in fact, a good broker will save you money. A Buyer's Agent represents the sole interests of the Buyer.

Q: Can't I just find homes for myself online?

A: One can certainly identify homes of interest online, as 98 percent of homebuyers begin on the internet, but it’s best to engage a Buyer’s Agent to represents your interests.

Q: How long does it take to buy a home and why?

A: In this market it can take a while; buyers need to be prepared to be patient and have their hearts broken due to the low inventory and competitive environment. The typical closing time from an accepted offer to close of escrow is 45-60 days. It can take quite a while to get an appraisal done due the high volume of transactions today.

Harnish Properties

425 Second St.

Downtown Lake Oswego

503-699-8483

www.harnishproperties.com/

Brought to you by Dr. Charles Branen, DMD, Lake Grove Dental - Dental INSIDER -


Dr. Branen, Lake Grove DentalDental implants are used to replace single or multiple missing teeth and have been in use since the 1970s.

While techniques and designs have improved steadily with time, dental implants have the highest success rate of any implanted surgical device.

When patients lose teeth, the bone that supports those teeth is gradually lost. The jawbone loses its shape and density and, eventually, the facial skeleton changes, thereby changing the soft tissue structures like gum tissues, cheeks and lips.

Like the root of a tooth, an implant is secured in the jaw bone. Made of titanium, it is strong, lightweight and biocompatible so the body will not reject it.

After it has healed in place, a crown, bridge or denture can be attached. Dental implants are wonderful because they stabilize bone and prevent the loss that causes that sunken-face look.

Patients can eat, chew, smile, talk and look completely natural.

One of the first questions patients have about implants is the cost. Initially they are more costly, but since they last so much longer than traditional bridgework, they end up being more cost effective.

Dr. Branen has received extensive training and continues to work with one of the leading oral surgeon instructors in the Pacific Northwest.

Most implants are done in office with local anesthesia, just the same as a routine dental filling. To answer more questions on this or any dental concerns, call Lake Grove Dental or visit our website today.

Lake Grove Dental

16455 Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, OR 97035

503-636-3641

www.lakegrovedental.com/

Brought to you by Stephen Andrews, The Bank of Oswego - Banking INSIDER -


Stephen Andrews, The Bank of OswegoIt’s graduation season, and plenty of students will face financial realities for the first time.

While it’s challenging to juggle the new responsibilities of college or a career, it’s important for young adults to incorporate practical financial practices into their daily lives.

The Bank of Oswego offers the following advice to young adults:

1. Set up and follow a budget that includes paying off a credit card balance. “Maxing out,” or charging up to your card’s credit limit, can make sticking to your budget more difficult and negatively affect your credit score.

2. Pay your bills on time — every time. Whenever your budget permits, pay more than the minimum payment to pay off the balance faster and save on finance charges.

3. Keep all of your financial account information confidential. Do not share your PIN, debit or credit cards and access to your bank accounts. Never give out such information over the phone or online, unless you initiated the contact and know who you’re dealing with.

4. Routinely access your account information online to track your spending and to quickly spot fraudulent transactions. If you see a transaction that is not yours or an error on your account, notify your card issuer immediately.

5. When making online transactions, whether to purchase products or pay bills, be sure the site is secure. Don’t let others watch you enter your card number, PIN or bank account number.

The Bank of Oswego

Lake Oswego

Lake Grove

503-635-1699

bankofoswego.com/

Brought to you by Mike Keeler, Vic's Auto Center - Auto Repair INSIDER -


Mike Keeler, Vic's AutomotiveQ: I’m planning on buying a used car, but I don’t want to buy a lemon. What do you recommend?

A: All used cars need to be professionally inspected by a certified shop. This is called a pre-purchase inspection, or PPI. The only exception I can think of is a dealership that sells pre-certified used cars. If a seller will not agree to a pre-purchase inspection, that’s a sign that the seller is hiding something. Walk away.

Q: What is included in a pre-purchase car inspection?

A: The car needs to be put up in the air. Ninety percent of information we get comes from the brakes, suspension, exhaust and tires. We will also scan a car’s computer system to see if it’s in readiness mode or has been altered (it has to be in readiness mode to pass DEQ). We do a long road test.

Q: How long does it take and how much does it cost?

A: It takes about two hours. We are thorough but efficient.

A pre-purchase inspection costs $100 to $150. In addition to the inspection, we’ll give a list any problems with the car and the estimated cost to fix them, in order of importance. That way, the buyer will know what he’s getting into, perhaps renegotiate the price, decide not to buy, or that the cost of the car and the repairs is fair and within budget.

Vic’s Auto Center

15880 Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, OR 97035

503-636-7896

www.vicsautoctr.com/about-us

Brought to you by Mike Hall, Hasson Company Realtors - Real Estate INSIDER


Mike Hall, Hasson Company RealtorsDogs, cats, chickens — you name it, we love our pets! But for pet parents selling a home, there’s extra work if you want to sell for top dollar. 

Starting with the biggie: While sellers may not notice their own pet’s odors, buyers surely will.  Buyer allergies, or even sensitivity to smells in general, might shrink your pool of buyers and hamper your sale. Your Realtor should give frank advice, and you may ask a trusted friend who doesn't visit often to come over and give their honest input.  

Thorough cleaning, preferably by a pro, should include not only the visible pet hair and dander, but give special attention to furniture, rugs and pet bedding.  Litter boxes should be removed to a garage or remote area if possible.  Have your ductwork professionally cleaned; the hair hiding in there blows into every room and may set off your buyer’s sneeze alarm.  When you think you're ready, have your agent and friend revisit and check!

Take time and simply observe wherever pets have left their mark: screen doors, lawn spots, scratches and stains.  All are usually easy fixes.  

Finally, arrange to have Fido and Fifi off-site during showings. You want visitors to relax and visualize living there.  Some buyers and agents may spend less time in your home, and not see that vision, if their attention is on your pet.  

Hasson Company Realtors

15400 SW Boones Ferry Road, Lake Oswego 97035

(503) 341-5915

www.mikehall.hasson.com/

Brought to you by Dr. Nancy Salisbury, DrNGYN - Women's Health INSIDER -


Dr. Nancy Salisbury, DrNGYNIt’s often said to new mothers, “You are glowing!”

But what loved ones may not know is that behind the glow, there can be uncomfortable medical conditions some mothers suffer after childbirth.

New moms may keep their complaints to themselves, not knowing how their bodies should feel after giving birth. They may be too embarrassed to discuss such issues with other mothers, family members or a doctor. Their bodies have undergone a profound change during the process and it can be overwhelming.

In my practice, no question is too small. No topic is off limits. I’m here to make women comfortable enough to ask any question and get straightforward advice on solutions.

Some of the issues that may arise after childbirth are vaginal laxity, stress incontinence, chronic constipation and weakening of the pelvic floor. Women may also be concerned about the appearance of vulvar structures, as well as pain during lovemaking due to poorly healed episiotomy, laceration, or hormonal changes of nursing.

Stress incontinence is urinary leakage that is caused by any form of straining such as running, sneezing or laughing. I have performed hundreds of minimally invasive procedures called TVT, in which I place a vaginal “tape” to correct leaky bladder.

As an experienced vaginal surgeon, I’m proficient at surgical correction of female pelvic relaxation including cystocele (dropped bladder), rectocele (herniation of rectum in vagina), and uterine prolapse. I also pay special attention to the perineum so it looks and feels as it once did before the birth.

I understand the importance of a healthy sex life for women and their partners. There are treatments available that can make sex enjoyable again and bring back your inner glow. Yes, taking care of the baby is important, but so are you.

DrNGYN

17020 Pilkington Road

Lake Oswego, OR 97035

503-908-1646

www.drngyn.com/

Brought to you by Jonathan Wisniewski, DVM, Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin - EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE INSIDER -


EMERGENCY VETERINARY CARE OF TUALATIN - Jonathan Wisniewski, DVMHeat prostration (or as it’s more commonly known, heat stroke) is a serious medical condition that can cause vomiting, blood clotting, organ failure and even death in dogs and humans alike.

In canines, heat prostration can be caused by a mix of external and internal factors. Keeping a pet in an enclosed space, exposing them to high temperatures or humidity and limiting their access to water all increase the likelihood of heat stroke.

There are also internal risk factors, including certain medications, hormonal imbalances, lack of exercise, fever, or the ingestion of macadamia nuts or hops.

Warning signs of heat stroke include dullness, weakness, wobbly behavior, collapsing, convulsions — even coma.

If you think your dog may be suffering from heat prostration, treat it like an emergency. The best thing you can do is lower the dog’s body temperature immediately, either by moving it to a cooler area or by wrapping it in a cool, wet towel. Then transport your animal to the nearest veterinary hospital.

Depending on the severity of the emergency, a veterinarian may insert a breathing tube or IV to provide supplemental electrolytes.

Most animals require a few days of intensive monitoring to ensure a complete recovery. Delayed symptoms can develop three to five days after an apparent recovery, including kidney failure, liver failure and sepsis.

Know the warning signs. Never trap a dog in a hot, enclosed space (like a locked car) for prolonged periods of time.

Emergency Veterinary Clinic of Tualatin

19314 SW Mohave Ct.

Tualatin, Oregon 97062

(503) 691-7922

evcot.com/

Brought to you by Justin Harnish of Harnish Properties - REAL ESTATE INSIDER -


HARNISH PROPERTIES - Justin HarnishQ: We plan to sell our house soon. What are the essentials to get a home ready to show and to sell at top dollar?

A: When preparing a home for market, it’s imperative that a seller think of the home being in competition with other “products” in the relevant market place.

Even in the current seller’s market, with low inventory of available homes and faster-than-usual sales, you want your home to make a strong impression and to command top dollar against competitors.

Q: In your view, what are the essentials to give a home dazzling curb appeal?

A: The home must be show-ready and sale-ready at a moment’s notice. This means that the broker and the seller must cooperate prior to market in the preparation by decluttering, staging, exterior and interior cleanup and maintenance checkups.

Q: Will a good broker have resources to suggest, such as landscapers, painters, handypersons, sewer-scopers and oil-tank removers?

A: Your home is dynamic and the systems must be in top shape. They will be inspected upon purchase, so they must be in order. A seasoned broker will have a list of trusted vendors to help get the home prepared for market and complete deferred maintenance, all of which is typically not easy!

Q: How important is home staging?

A: Very important! Statistics show that a properly prepared and staged home will sell 88 percent faster.

Harnish Properties

425 Second St.

Downtown Lake Oswego

503-699-8483

www.harnishproperties.com/

Brought to you by Dr. Nancy Salisbury, DrNGYN - WOMEN'S HEALTH INSIDER -


DRNGYN - Dr. Nancy SalisburyFor women experiencing vaginal dryness and discomfort, there are plenty of products and treatments that can help. Make sure what you’re using is safe. Also, try them out and find out what works best for you and your partner.

The North American Menopause Society offers the following solutions.

Lubricants can be water-based, silicone-based or oil-based:

· Water-based products include Astroglide and Femglide. YES is an organic, water-based lubricant free of additives.

· Silicone-based products include ID Millennium, Pink and Pjur.

· Avoid oil-based products such as mineral oil, petroleum jelly and baby oil, which can cause irritation and latex condom breakage.

Vaginal moisturizers, unlike lubricants, are absorbed into the skin and mimic natural secretions. Moisturizers are more long-term, lasting up to four days. Replens is available over the counter.

Low-dose vaginal estrogen therapy acts to reverse the thinning and dryness of tissues. It comes in several forms, including creams, low-dose vaginal rings, and a tablet called Vagifem.

Those who choose not to use hormones at all need an alternative.

MonaLisa Touch, a recently introduced outpatient vaginal laser treatment, is designed to relieve sexual discomfort due to vaginal dryness after menopause or cancer surgery.

My practice, DrNGYN, is the only clinic offering the treatment in the Portland area. MonaLisa Touch is an office-based, noninvasive treatment that is FDA-approved. The procedure takes 5 minutes, women feel no pain and more than 95 percent of patients are satisfied.

DrNGYN

17020 Pilkington Road

Lake Oswego, OR 97035

503-908-1646

www.drngyn.com/

Brought to you by Mike Keeler, Vic's Auto Center - AUTO REPAIR INSIDER -


VIC'S AUTO CENTER - Mike KeelerWhile it’s true that the price of gas at the pump has dropped considerably, that’s no reason to waste it.

With Earth Day just a week in the rear-view mirror, it’s worth considering the many ways we can improve fuel economy and be as energy-efficient as possible.

Proper vehicle maintenance is a must. Make sure that the air and fuel and air filters are serviced regularly, once or twice a year. Check engine performance; if it’s running efficiently, your gas mileage will improve an average of 4 percent. Fixing a faulty oxygen sensor can improve mileage as much as 40 percent.

Get your tire pressure checked. Tires lose on average a lb. of pressure per month, or 12 lbs. annually. If you don’t inflate them regularly, your fuel economy will be compromised. Properly inflated tires improve gas mileage up to 3.3 percent.

Drive smoothly, avoiding jackrabbit starts and hard-brake stops. Keep a steady pace, avoid traffic jams, and use cruise control when on the highway.

Empty your trunk occasionally, which may sound off, but some people use it as extra storage. There might be 400 lbs. of stuff back there, weighing down your vehicle.

If you have a roof rack, remove it when not in use to cut down on drag.

Use top-tier fuel, which is certified as gas that has been qualified to meet a certain standard. Chevron, Texaco, Shell and Costco carry top-tier fuel in all the gas.

Vic’s Auto Center

15880 Boones Ferry Rd., Lake Oswego, OR 97035

503-636-7896

www.vicsautoctr.com/

Brought to you by Mike Hall, Hasson Company Realtors - REAL ESTATE INSIDER -


HASSON COMPANY REALTORS - Mike HallWhether you are a visitor or a seller, here are some smart tips to make open house season worthwhile:

As a seller: Your open house is a big debut. Plan to make a splash. Even in a strong seller's market, remember you’re not selling in a vacuum.

Your agent should recommend how best to prepare your home the big day. First impressions are important, so don’t rush and cut corners.

Many people who come to see your home will have seen homes more and less appealing.  You want to try to generate maximum interest in a short period of time, so consider leaving town for a weekend away so your agent can coordinate showings in one big burst. 

As a visitor: Prepare a little bit.

Have an idea of what you care about most, and look specifically for it. Bring a checklist if you need to.

Wear booties when provided, or take your shoes off.  Know that the agent hosting (not always the listing agent) may have an exclusive agency relationship with the seller, and be bound to look out for the interests of the seller not you.  If you are working with an agent already, let the hosting agent know, and chat them up — they can be a valuable resource! 

Even if you’re just casually looking and seeing what’s out there, open houses will build your own market perspective.

Hasson Company Realtors

15400 SW Boones Ferry Road, Lake Oswego 97035

(503) 341-5915

www.mikehall.hasson.com/


Lake Oswego's Education

May 26, 2016

School Notes

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Buy an OLOL shirt Interested in supporting the student-led One Lake One Love organization? The group is composed of kids from Lakeridge and Lake Oswego high schools, and members appear at sporting events and cheer on both…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Local equestrians pose to capture the moment. From left are members of Lakeridge and Lake Oswego high school equestrian teams: Paige Vizza, Anika Kraus, Renee Kozlowski, Claire Torkelson, Caeli Griffin, McKenna Anders, Katie Healy, Monica Holliday and Megan Erickson.
May 24, 2016

Local equestrians compete at state

by Jillian Daley
Coach says students learn life lessons from working with horses, including resiliency Local team leaders say their students gained valuable skills from competing in the Oregon High School Equestrian Team state championships…
(Image is Clickable Link) LAKE OSWEGO REVIEW - May 26, 2016
May 24, 2016

Lakeridge Junior High School - Student All Stars - May 26, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Victoria Menzies, Chris Markstaller and Isabella Seemann from Lakeridge Junior High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student All-stars program is a…


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May 20, 2016

Lakeridge High School - Student All Stars - May 19, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Louis Bourque, Kai Maultsby and Carter Zenke from Lakeridge High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student All-stars program is a community service…
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Jack Kelley (from left), Wyatt Stuart, Lily Seiber and Ellie Nicoll get ready to open the time capsule at Lake Oswego Junior High.
May 19, 2016

Back in time

by Jillian Daley
LOJ students crack open window to the past Prince, the Beastie Boys, Belinda Carlisle, Depeche Mode, Van Halen and INXS — all on vinyl 45s. Guess Jeans, a Swatch watch, shiny Clinique lipstick, Keds, photos of students with…
KWARTLER
May 19, 2016

So, you want to be the next LOHS principal?

by Sarah Kwartler
Laker Notes Editor’s note: Lake Oswego High School Principal Cindy Schubert will be retiring at the end of the school year. Schubert’s replacement will be Rollin Dickinson, currently an assistant principal at Lakeridge High…
May 19, 2016

School Notes

by Jillian Daley
Pacers earn medals in language exams Lakeridge High School students earned two Silver Medal Awards and four honorable mentions during the 2016 National Spanish Examinations. April James and Brennan Watkins pocketed Silver…
RASTOGI
May 19, 2016

The gamification of life

by Jillian Daley
Student Writers Advisory Group weighs in on the phenomenon of 'like'-ing the real world Life is not a video game, regardless of what “Wreck-It Ralph” or “The Last Starfighter” may have to say. But that doesn’t prevent many…
May 12, 2016

LOHS student helps organize cyber camp

by Jillian Daley
Deadline to apply for the July camp is this Friday Portland State University’s Department of Computer Science and Lincoln High School’s Coding Club are debuting the Portland CyberPatriot summer camp this July — and the…
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Harpagon (Riley Watkins), the titular character of 'The Miser,' reams out the members of his household during a rehearsal. From left: Lakeridge students Penelope Tharp, Lily Crisp and Ben Drury.
May 12, 2016

Timeless themes of greed, love

by Jillian Daley
'The Miser,' playing at Lakeridge next week, is a classic tale, directors say Moliere’s “The Miser” debuted on stage in 1668, but Lakeridge High seniors Gabby Socolofsky and Andrew Tesoriero say they chose it as the…
ROGERS
May 12, 2016

A town of high achievers

by Christena Rogers
Pacer Notes It’s AP testing season, when the term “cumulative final” doesn’t even begin to cover it and where a year of learning is put to the test in the hopes of gaining college credit. The trick, though, is that the…
May 12, 2016

Local schools boast finalists in DECA nationals

by Jillian Daley
LOHS and Lakeridge students perform well in annual event Lake Oswego and Lakeridge high schools both placed finalists in the DECA international competition in late April. LOHS students Hannah Plott and Mckenna Murray were…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - LOJ's Architecture Club members are (from left): Nathan Griffin, Sammi Tessier, Sydney Blem, Dexter Benton, Abby Strege, Ryan Miller, Simon Roe, David Morgan and Rylan Boyles.
May 12, 2016

LOJ's Architecture Club heads to nationals

by Jillian Daley
Students advance to next level of Schools Next competition based on model they created The Lake Oswego Junior High School Architecture Club has advanced to the nationals in the Schools Next competition. The students earned a…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: KIARA GREEN - The May Fete court (from left): back row, Katie Owens, Nehalem Kunkle-Read, Libby Newcomer and Abby Castle; and front row, Darby Buhlmann, Lauren Working, McKenna Anders, Carrie Czarnecki and Anna Kulawiec. Not pictured is Emily Leach.
May 12, 2016

May Fete court revealed

by Jillian Daley
Anna Kulawiec is this year's queen The theme for this spring's annual burst of activities at Lake Oswego High School — complete with naming a queen and court, waltzing and a day of skits — was “Let’s Make May Fete Great…
REVIEW PHOTO: CLIFF NEWELL - Camryn Leland (left) and Andrea Velasquez begin what turned out to be an eye-opening evening about racial diversity at Lake Oswego High School.
May 12, 2016

Opening a conversation about race

by Cliff Newell
Diversity panel at Lake Oswego High School exposes raw feelings but also inspires hope It was not intended as an evening of finger-pointing or accusations or even anger. Instead, the gathering of students, parents and…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lakeridge's April James and Brennan Watkins pocketed Silver Medal Awards for their performance on the Spanish 4 Exam
May 12, 2016

School Notes

by The Review
Pacers earn medals in language exams Lakeridge High School students earned two Silver Medal Awards and four honorable mentions during the 2016 National Spanish Examinations. April James and Brennan Watkins pocketed Silver…
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May 12, 2016

Lake Oswego High School - Student All Stars - May 12, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Ji Reichle, Ethan Hecht and Lexi Leffler-Leo of Lake Oswego Junior High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student All-stars program is a community…
MATA
May 12, 2016

Shay Mata first Gates scholar in LO

by Jillian Daley
LOHS senior plans to study business administration at Chapman University Lake Oswego High School senior Shay Mata this spring became the first student from either side of the lake to become a Gates Millennium Scholar. “It’s…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Actors in Lakeridge Junior High's 'Show and Spell,' which opened last week, include (from left) Emma Sewell, Avery Jett and Madison Michie.
May 12, 2016

Catch a play at one of three local schools

by Jillian Daley
LOJ, Lakeridge Junior High and Riverdale Grade School all have shows planned for this week Lakeridge and Lake Oswego junior highs and Riverdale Grade School all are performing plays later this week and over the weekend,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lakeridge senior Sam Levin took first place at the Young Historians Conference, a statewide competition launched by Lakeridge teacher Karen Hoppes.
May 11, 2016

Local students place at history conference

by Jillian Daley
Lakeridge's Sam Levin wins first, Riverdale's Emma Komers takes third Local students were among the best in the annual Young Historians Conference on April 28 at Portland State University. Lakeridge High School senior Sam…
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May 06, 2016

Lake Oswego High School - Student All Stars - May 5, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Eva Cranch, Sophie Croome and Alex Fu of Lake Oswego High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student All-stars program is a community service sponsored by…
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Marisa Steinberg enjoys looking at the art with her dad, Lance.
May 05, 2016

Riverdale District Art Night returns

by Pamplin Media Group
Artistic and musical talent of students in grades K-12 is put on display Students had a chance to shine during Riverdale District Art Night last week. Students in grades preK-12 displayed their work in the annual showcase,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: JOE GODFREY - Lake Oswego Junior High students who participated in the Intel Science Fair included (from left) Front Row: Alyssa Seibt, Penelope Spurr, Andre Yang, Lena When and Amy Wang; and back row, McKenzie Grisham, Doris Yang, Jackson Saefke, Tejas Kalyan, Jake Daniels, Nick Surina, Lauren Joyce and Avery Holmes.
May 05, 2016

LOJ students pocket awards, gain new insight at annual event

by Jillian Daley
LOJ students pocket awards, gain new insight at annual event Lake Oswego Junior High School students participated in the annual Intel Northwest Science Expo in April, and several of them came away with accolades. LOJ is a…
GENTRY
May 05, 2016

Highway 43 unsafe for bikers

by Brian Gentry
Maverick Notes Everyone who’s biked through Lake Oswego knows how terrifying it can be. Highway 43, currently the only reasonable north-south road through downtown, feels like a death trap that forces bikers to give up the…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lake Oswego High School senior Sarah Wallin won the Congressional Art Competition for her piece 'The View from the Other Side.'
May 05, 2016

LOHS student wins Congressional Art Competition

by Jillian Daley
Senior Sarah Wallin is overall winner; runners-up include Melody Xu and Lauren Frack For the fourth year in a row, a student in the Lake Oswego School District is the winner of the 2016 Congressional Art Competition for…

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REVIEW FILE PHOTO - The Lakeridge Junior High School second-trimester honor roll is now available for viewing.
May 05, 2016

Honor roll: Lakeridge Junior High School

by The Review
Hundreds of hardworking sixth- to eighth-graders made the second-trimester honor roll at Lakeridge Junior High. Eighth-graders, 4.0 GPA Maximus Afrasiabi, Anika Bjornson, Cole Bryant, Zachary…
WILK
May 05, 2016

School Notes

by The Review
LOJ Council is Gold Oregon Association of Student Councils has recognized Lake Oswego Junior High as one of six middle schools to have set and met high standards for its student council. LOJ’s…
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Apr 29, 2016

Lake Oswego Jr. High School - Student All Stars - April 21, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Rylan Boyles, Karlee Zurcher and Colin Galbraith of Lake Oswego Jr. High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student…
MYSORE
Apr 28, 2016

An honest (and awkward) account of awkwardness

by Meghana Mysore
Laker Notes The other day, I was walking to a class on the second floor and I fell up the stairs. Yes, you read that right. I fell up the stairs. I sincerely hope no one saw this event of…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Debate team members and coaches celebrate their achievements. From left: bottom row, Sonja Bergstrom, Niki Monsef, Lena Wehn, David Morgan and Christopher Sun; second row, Aletia Cochran, Grace Goverman, Noah Slobodin, Doris Yang, Amy Park, Julia Lininger-White, George Danzelaud, Rishy Peela and Dan Michtom; and third row, Jeffrey Sun, Michael Murray, Lance Pancoast and Ben Weber.
Apr 28, 2016

LOJ debate team dominates at tourney

by Jillian Daley
Students win piles of awards at Saturday event Lake Oswego Junior High School’s debate team pocketed piles of awards during a five-school tournament on Saturday at LOJ. Topics included “the U.S.…
REVIEW FILE PHOTO: JILLIAN DALEY - Lake Oswego Junior High's honor roll has been announced.
Apr 28, 2016

Honor roll: Lake Oswego Junior High School

by Jillian Daley
Students who earned a place on the Lake Oswego Junior High School second-trimester honor roll, with a 3.5 GPA or higher, are: Eighth-graders, 4.0 GPA Samuel Abere, Alyssa Almer, Kevin Amborn,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Troy Wolfe, Palisades Marketplace's store director, hands a check to Lakeridge students. From left: sophomore Mallory Spring, freshman Talia Milionis and senior Simon Homedes.
Apr 28, 2016

Palisades Marketplace assists local schools

by Andrew Bantly
Palisades raises thousands of dollars in recycled cans and bottles Four times per year, Troy Wolfe, Palisades Marketplace’s store director, drives around Lake Oswego and West Linn to local…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: ROSE MONEY - Four of the boys who made the clothing drive for Caring Closet such a success were, from the left, Carter Daniels, Caden Saefke, Jake Daniels and Jackson Saefke
Apr 28, 2016

Lake Oswego Junior High boys support Tigard's Caring Closet

by Cliff Newell
Lake Oswego Junior High boys support Tigard's Caring Closet Rose Money will take all the compassion she can muster at the nonprofit Caring Closet she directs in Tigard — even when it involves…
RAO
Apr 28, 2016

School Notes

by Jillian Daley
LO student is National Merit Scholar The first winners of the 61st-annual National Merit Scholarship Program have been announced, and Lake Oswego High School senior Neeta Rao is among their…
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Apr 22, 2016

Lakeridge High School - Student All Stars - April 21, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Margaux Delaney, Cole Lambo and Karthik Sreedhar of Lakeridge High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student All-stars…
REVIEW PHOTO: JILLIAN DALEY - Members of Lakeridges Company rehearse Monday for the group's variety show this week.
Apr 21, 2016

- Stardust and soul -

by Jillian Daley
Lakeridge High's show choir, Company, is putting on its annual variety show this week Why should you attend Company’s annual variety show this week? Four Lakeridge High School students from the…
GOLDMAN
Apr 21, 2016

Where does it stop?

by Alex Goldman
Pacer Notes It is an undeniable, harsh fact of reality that over the past few decades, the price of college has soared beyond anything previously imaginable. Elite schools across the nation have…
Serena Zhang's great-grandfather Wang Xi San and his wife Duan Cui Juan. (Wang is his last name; this is the Chinese way of writing it, Zhang explains.)
Apr 21, 2016

Celebrating their roots

by Jillian Daley
Local teens share stories of their ancestors and culture of their families Whether it’s the story of Lake Oswego High junior Serena Zhang’s “notorious playboy and gambler” grandfather or the one…
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Andrea Velasquez and Camryn Leland want to help Latino and black students at Lake Oswego High School by promoting cultural diversity.
Apr 21, 2016

High school panel to focus on cultural diversity

by Cliff Newell
Two LOHS students organize a community discussion about confronting racism For Lake Oswego High School student Camryn Leland, the breaking point came during a Friday-night football game during…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lauren Anderson (left) and Kelsey Talbot stand at a lectern to argue their position during a recent competition. The two took second place in nationals in the Virtual Supreme Court Competition. Seated near Talbot and Anderson are Sophie Croome (left) and Mckenna Murray, who were honored as semifinalists in the competition.
Apr 21, 2016

School Notes

by Jillian Daley
LOHS seniors take second in national contest Two Lake Oswego High School seniors took second in the finals of the Harlan Institute-ConScource fourth-annual Virtual Supreme Court Competition.…
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Apr 15, 2016

Lakeridge Junior High School - Student All Stars - April 14, 2016

by Kendra McGowan
Congratulations to Clara Faucher, Aidan Bissett and Gabriella Dover of Lakeridge Junior High School for being selected as the Lake Oswego Review's Student All-stars. The Review's Student…
SUBMITTED PHOTO: ANNA SPEER - Anna Speer snaps a shot of Harry Potter World in Florida, where she went on spring break.
Apr 14, 2016

Student Writers Advisory Group shares spring break fun

by Jillian Daley
Harry Potter and Key Club are highlights The Review’s Student Writers Advisory Group has passionately composed articles on a wide-range of complex topics, including discrimination in the media,…
REVIEW PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Lake Oswego resident Sharie Andrews and 4-year-old Rylan get in touch with nature during Preschool Walks in the Park on April 8 in Lake Oswego's Uplands Neighborhood. The Friends of Springbrook Park-sponsored activity continues April 15, April 22 and April 29.
Apr 14, 2016

Springbrook Park walks debut

by Jillian Daley
Educational activities for preschoolers are blended with outdoor exercise Lake Oswego resident Robbie Hennig gazes down at his 5-year-old daughter, Ruby, who was shyly pressing her face into his…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Justine Moore created a much better structure for student entrepreneurs at Stanford University. Soon she will be taking her remarkable abilities to Wall Street.
Apr 14, 2016

Future looks golden for Justine Moore

by Cliff Newell
Lakeridge grad gets high honor from Stanford University Success runs in the Moore family of Lake Oswego. Olivia Moore recently received the J.J. Sterling Award from Stanford University. Little…
HURLIN
Apr 14, 2016

A new challenge

by Skye Hurlin
Maverick Notes With the end of the school year getting ever closer, I entered the third trimester of my senior year knowing that what lay ahead of me was an intense course that would test my…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Catch Lake Oswego High School show choir Company's variety show next week.
Apr 14, 2016

School Notes

by Jillian Daley
Company’s feeling ‘Good Vibrations’ Lakeridge High School’s annual variety show is on tap next week. Themed “Good Vibrations,” the show will give music lovers four opportunities to take in the…
REVIEW FILE PHOTO: VERN UYETAKE - Milt Dennison served in the education field for 47 years, 30 of those as an administrator at three districts, including Clackamas Education Service District.
Apr 14, 2016

Education administrator retires after 47 years

by Jillian Daley
Milt Dennison to leave Clackamas Education Service District, which serves LOSD and other area school districts After serving as a superintendent at three school districts in the past 30 years,…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lakeridge High School senior Sam Reed earned his Eagle Scout rank.
Apr 07, 2016

Sam Reed earns his Eagle Scout wings

by Jillian Daley
Service project supported Lake Oswego's Luscher Farm Lakeridge High School senior Sam Reed not only built an enclosure for the dumpster at Luscher Farm, he also earned his Eagle Scout rank while…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Students will be in costumed splendor for the Lake Oswego High School variety show, 'The Evolution of Music.'
Apr 07, 2016

- Annual LOHS variety show returns -

by Jillian Daley
Catch the Windjammers in concert this week The annual Lake Oswego High School variety show returns this week with “The Evolution of Music.” The Windjammers choir will team up with the LOHS Jazz…
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Lakeridge Junior High sixth-grader Claire Sarnowski is seeking to raise thousands of dollars to fight multiple sclerosis.
Apr 07, 2016

Teen hopes to raise $10,000 for MS fight

by Pamplin Media Group
Lakeridge Junior High sixth-grader Claire Sarnowski is at it again, hoping to raise another $10,000 for the fight against a disease that has affected her mom, Carol, all of Claire’s life. Last…