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Photo gallery: Clackamas football runs wild in 7-on-7 scrimmage

July 25, 2017 Clackamas Review - Sports Jim Beseda
The Cavaliers lined up against Jefferson, Lake Oswego, and Vancouver's Skyview last week at Lake Oswego High School

Gladstone's successful summer ends in OIBA tournament opener

July 25, 2017 Clackamas Review - Sports Jim Beseda
Despite a loss in the opening round of the OIBA tournament, the Class 4A Gladiators held their own against several 6A schools

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Features

Oregon City exhibit showcases work of young artists

July 05, 2017 Clackamas Review - Features Ellen Spitaleri
YAC partners with The Living Room to showcase the work of 10 young artists through Aug. 1 at Clackamas County's Public Services Building in Oregon City

Buyer needed for Damascus Curves to keep franchise open

June 30, 2017 Clackamas Review - Features Ellen Spitaleri
Happy Valley resident Anita Meier, a member of the Damascus Curves for nearly four years, said she did not want to see the business go away.

Sustainable Life

Gresham woman puts out the welcome mat for wildlife

July 25, 2017 Clara Howell
Backyard Habitat Certification Program will host an open-garden event at Susan Spencer's home.
TRIBUNE PHOTO: JONATHAN HOUSE - A picker grabs garbage at Covantas waste-to-energy garbage incinerator in Brooks. Metro staff are recommending the agency not burn the Portland-areas garbage.

Metro may trash plan to burn garbage rather than bury it

July 25, 2017 Steve Law
Burning solid waste may not reduce carbon emissions much, if at all, compared to putting it in a landfill, analysis concludes

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