Gladstone plans to 'change locks' on Friday at 18505 Portland Ave. property

Gladstone plans to 'change locks' on Friday at 18505 Portland Ave. property

Sharon Alexander and other tenants say that they should have received assistance in finding...

Oregon City declares emergency for shelter during snowstorm

Oregon City declares emergency for shelter during snowstorm

For people forced to live outside, the snow and cold is an additional burden that local...

OCPD: Illegal marijuana producer burns 220 Molalla Ave building

OCPD: Illegal marijuana producer burns 220 Molalla Ave building

Tualatin Valley Fire And Rescue, along with the Oregon City Police Department, assisted Clackamas...

Hannah Gildea to reprise 'Goulash Diaries' at Oregon City Public Library

Hannah Gildea to reprise 'Goulash Diaries' at Oregon City Public Library

Free talk, titled 'The Goulash Diaries: A Writer's Adventures in Eastern Europe' is scheduled for...

Milwaukie resident Jane McIver's humor and talent inspire others

Milwaukie resident Jane McIver's humor and talent inspire others

'I don't consider my blindness an adversity, just a situation I have to deal with. Everyone has...

First City Central Marketplace  and  Bistro on track for Jan. 2 opening

First City Central Marketplace and Bistro on track for Jan. 2 opening

It's been a long road for the circa-1914 freight depot to become First City Central, involving...

Oregon renews bid for Abernethy Bridge grant

Oregon renews bid for Abernethy Bridge grant

Highway Division Administrator Paul Mather said if Oregon succeeds with one or both bids -...

Oregon City resident Jeff Eells has made his bankroll trolling in Southeast Alaska

Oregon City resident Jeff Eells has made his bankroll trolling in Southeast Alaska

Eells (yes, pronounced like the elongated fish) fishes with his three sons who have grown to love...

Clackamas Fire prepares for weapons of mass destruction

Clackamas Fire prepares for weapons of mass destruction

This month the Oregon National Guard's 102nd Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) Civil Support Team...

60th anniversary of hero's crash into OC elevator

60th anniversary of hero's crash into OC elevator

Robert J. Short's truck easily could have resulted in more deaths since he lost his brakes coming...

Police vs. firefighters shopping challenge benefits needy

Police vs. firefighters shopping challenge benefits needy

The total value of the two carts of groceries was roughly $885 (donated to the Clackamas Service...

Designs unveiled for Oregon City Riverwalk to Willamette Falls

Designs unveiled for Oregon City Riverwalk to Willamette Falls

A community event in Oregon City on Thursday, Nov. 17, allowed the public to see and discuss...

Milwaukie City Hall to double as art gallery

Milwaukie City Hall to double as art gallery

At least 20 artists will be represented, working in mediums that include paintings, collage,...

Gladstone Mobile Home Park residents mobilize to buy land

Gladstone Mobile Home Park residents mobilize to buy land

About 135 residents of the Gladstone Mobile Home Park are preparing to purchase the nearly...

Wichita Center's Coats for Kids aims to keep children warm

Wichita Center's Coats for Kids aims to keep children warm

Sharron Bryan found it “unfathomable that tens of thousands of children don’t have the...

Smoke-alarm trend troubles Clackamas Fire District

Smoke-alarm trend troubles Clackamas Fire District

At 4:30 a.m. Oct. 18, Clackamas Fire District No. 1 rescued a man from a fire at the Clipper...

WATCH: Oregon City urban-renewal foes face off

WATCH: Oregon City urban-renewal foes face off

At Willamette Falls Media Center last week, Raymond Rendleman, news editor of the Clackamas...

Oregon City's Bike Concierge powers unique views of local landmarks

Oregon City's Bike Concierge powers unique views of local landmarks

When I met Thom and Shelley Batty at the Bike Concierge, the business they co-own in downtown...

Gladstone set to purchase property on Portland Avenue

Gladstone set to purchase property on Portland Avenue

The city of Gladstone is in the process of purchasing a nearly 2-acre parcel of land on Portland...

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SUBMITTED PHOTO - Goodwill's location being constructed in Oak Grove is located at 16255 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd.
January 17, 2017

Oak Grove's new Goodwill opening Thursday

by The Clackamas Review
Located at 16255 S.E. McLoughlin Blvd., this built-from-the-ground-up facility replaces the former location one quarter of a mile away.
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS FIRE - The fire was knocked down in the living area of the home, but crews remained on scene for hours putting out hot spots in the attic.
January 17, 2017

Milwaukie house fire displaces woman; her cats were not found

by Raymond Rendleman
First arriving crews found fire in the attic and smoke all the way to the ground, said Clackamas Fire spokesman Steve Hoffeditz.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - Led by music teacher Cinda Reeve-Snyer, Alder Creek Middle School's advanced choir was invited to sing at the Oregon Music Educators conference this month.
January 16, 2017

School notes: Alder Creek choir; adopt a Gladstone classroom;…

by The Clackamas Review
Alder Creek Middle School's advanced choir was invited to sing at the Oregon Music Educators' conference on Friday, Jan. 13.


Blanas
January 12, 2017

William Blanas to fill vacant seat on Clackamas River Water Board

by Raymond Rendleman
The vacancy was caused by the Nov. 8 election of CRW Commissioner Ken Humberston to the Clackamas Board of County Commissioners.
January 11, 2017

Clackamas Community College Horticulture Department offers…

by The Clackamas Review
All classes and workshops listed here will be held on the CCC Oregon City campus, 19600 Molalla Ave.
Tyrone Woods
January 11, 2017

Foundation honoring Tyrone Woods donates $3,000 to area…

by Ellen Spitaleri
The Tyrone Snowden Woods Wrestling Foundation was established in 2015 to provide financial, educational and charitable support to Oregon high school wrestlers and wrestling programs, and on Jan.…
COURTESY PHOTO - Commissioners hope to conduct public interviews with nine and appoint someone to Position 5 by end of January.
January 10, 2017

Record 77 apply for Clackamas board vacancy

by Peter Wong
Commissioners hope to conduct public interviews with nine and appoint someone to Position 5 by end of January.
SUBMITTED PHOTO - The Clackamas Community College Foundation set aside $10,000 to build a Giving Tree that will use the tree above as a model. Funds raised by sales of leaves for the Giving Tree will support upkeep of the Environmental Learning Center.
January 10, 2017

Giving Tree takes root at Clackamas Community College

by Ellen Spitaleri
The Giving Tree will be 'rooted' near the entrance of the Environmental Learning Center, and for every $250 donation, a leaf will be welded onto the tree.
PHOTO COURTESY: CLACKAMAS COUNTY - Katie Sherman of Damascus won last year's Clackamas County libraries contest with this drawing.
January 10, 2017

Clackamas County libraries announce teen art contest

by Raymond Rendleman
Libraries in Clackamas County (LINCC) invite interested teens to submit original artwork for its second-annual Teen Summer Reading Artwork contest. This year's theme is 'Build a Better World.'
PHOTO COURTESY: GOOGLE MAPS - The Top Hat Express dispensary at 22nd Avenue and River Road in Milwaukie is among the several longtime medical marijuana retailers between downtown Milwaukie and the edge of Gladstone in unincorporated Clackamas County that will continue with an OLCC license to sell to both recreational and medical customers.
January 09, 2017

Pot-shop hopefuls brave freezing temps in Oregon City for…

by Raymond Rendleman
People who wanted to apply for pot-shop business licenses began lining up at about 8 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 29, more than 100 hours before City Hall was set to begin accepting such applications.

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PHOTO COURTESY: GINA WITHROW - Teri Gant started the Father's Heart Street Ministry out of the back of her car at the Blanchet House in downtown Portland.
Jan 09, 2017

Teri Gant, founder of Father's Heart Street Ministry in Oregon…

by Raymond Rendleman
Longtime Estacada resident Teri Gant, who founded the Father's Heart Street Ministry in Oregon City, died in the hospital on Jan. 1 from complications of pneumonia and the flu virus. She was 68.
PHOTO COURTESY: CITY OF OREGON CITY - Jim Williams
Jan 09, 2017

Oregon City bans its workers from donating sick time

by Raymond Rendleman
Oregon City's public employee union last week filed an unfair labor-practice complaint against the city, claiming that city management has reversed a longstanding practice to allow employees to…
Cooley
Jan 06, 2017

Murdered woman found in the trunk of car in Milwaukie

by Pamplin Media Group
Milwaukie police officers located the missing vehicle belonging to Merrilee B. Cooley in an apartment complex near Southest Lark Street and Whitcomb Drive.
Jan 06, 2017

Clackamas County's Oregon House reps get assignments

by Raymond Rendleman
Happy Valley resident Rep. Jeff Reardon, D-Southeast Portland/ Clackamas/Happy Valley, will bring his commitment to educational opportunities and job growth to his new position as chair of the…
Jan 05, 2017

Governor grants clemency to two in Clackamas County

by Raymond Rendleman
On Dec. 22, Brown pardoned a Gladstone resident and a Clackamas resident for their offenses.
PHOTO BY: LESLIE ROBINETTE - Kraxberger students Gisell Najara and Alicia Wiles present their project to other sixth-graders. They studied whether ice would melt faster in a dark room or a well-lit room.
Jan 04, 2017

School notes: Utterback finalist for best U.S. superintendent;…

by Raymond Rendleman
NCSD's Matt Utterback was previously named Oregon's Superintendent of the Year by the Oregon Association of School Executives and the Confederation of Oregon School Administrators.
(Image is Clickable Link) PCC.EDU - Gene Pitts
Jan 04, 2017

PCC board chair resigns over 'sanctuary' designation

by Shasta Kearns Moore
Portland Community College board chair Gene Pitts has resigned over the board's decision to become a 'sanctuary campus.'
PHOTO BY ELLEN SPITALERI - Milwaukie resident Carole Murphy uses these 70-pound blocks of aerated concrete to make abstract sculptures, like the one pictured here.
Jan 04, 2017

Beauty and creativity emerge in Carole Murphy's Milwaukie…

by Ellen Spitaleri
Murphy's work has been shown nationally, and currently her sculptures are on sale at the Lawrence Gallery in McMinnville.
RENDERING COURTESY: CCC - Clackamas Community College's Industrial Technical Center building features space for industry partners.
Jan 04, 2017

Clackamas Community College advances with new Industrial…

by The Clackamas Review
Clackamas Community College will begin construction of its new Industrial Technical Center this spring.
Jan 04, 2017

ExceedCycle to participate in Ledding Library collection Jan. 7

by The Clackamas Review
Exceed Enterprises, a Milwaukie-based nonprofit that provides employment opportunities for people with significant disabilities, offers ExeedCycle as a convenient, safe and secure way to dispose…