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Linda Yoshida writes the book on giving - Wednesday, 11 December 2013 00:00
Although Linda Yoshida may not call herself a Renaissance woman, it is easy to think of her that way.
Tue Dec 10, 2013
A Safe Place opens in Oregon City for women and other victims of domestic violence
Giant scissors at the entrance of Clackamas County's new family justice center, A Safe Place, await the ribbon-cutting ceremony Tuesday.
Pancake breakfast draws 200 to benefit family of Officer Robert Libke, killed in line of duty
Oregon City Police Chief James Band addresses those gathered Tuesday at a pancake breakfast to benefit the family of Officer Robert Libke.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Four warming shelters opening tonight in Clackamas County
Four warming shelters will open Monday evening in Clackamas County to give people a way to escape winter's icy grip.
Man charged with kidnapping, rape of Oregon City girl
According to court documents obtained by KGW, Kelsey Patrick McCune, 40, was charged with kidnapping, rape and sodomy on Monday.
Schools tighten up safety in response to shootings
Deadly shootings at the Clackamas Town Center, Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut, Nevada's Sparks Middle School and on Lake Oswego's Atwater Road have spurred school districts nationwide - and especially in Clackamas County - to upgrade safety equipment and security plans.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Investigators: Missing teen willingly left with transient man
A SWAT team found a 13-year-old Oregon girl who ran away from home this week with a 40-year-old man, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office said Saturday night.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Sheriff's Office: Missing Oregon City teen found safe, abductor in custody
The 13-year-old Oregon City girl who has been missing for five days was found safe late Saturday afternoon, according to the Clackamas County Sheriffs Office.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Transient man sought on kidnapping charge related to missing Oregon City girl
Deputies have issued an arrest warrant for Kelsey McCune, a man accused of kidnapping 13-year-old Samantha Dodson of Oregon City.
Frigid weather forces Oregon City Farmers Market to cancel for 1st time
Faced with deep-freeze temperatures, Oregon City Farmers Market is cancelling this Saturday's event.
Oregon City's seasonal tree lighting ceremony, appearance by Santa is Saturday
Oregon City's holiday lights brighten Main Street. The display goes up a few days before the city's tree-lighting ceremony -- and an appearance by Santa -- on the first Saturday in December.
Concerts, classes, holiday celebrations: Oregon City and Canby events
December First Friday Film: Watch "Young@Heart." The film documents the true story of the final weeks of rehearsal for the Young@Heart Chorus in Northampton, MA, whose average age is 81, and many of whom must overcome health adversities to participate.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Three warming shelters to open tonight in Clackamas County
Three warming shelters will open in Clackamas County Thursday evening to give people a way to get out of the bitter cold.
How unitards and LEDs may pump up Oregon's pipeline of film and game talent
Ketrina Yim, customer support engineer with PhaseSpace, adjusts one of the 16 cameras that make up the motion capture system.
The Courier Mailer
Where to eat on Christmas Day in Portland
The holidays are a time of year to spend with friends and family. For some, it means decking the halls with boughs of holly and laying out the Christmas best.
Local choirs head to Singing Christmas Tree
For the first time, Singing Christmas Tree organizers are bringing in local high school choirs for special performances at the Keller Auditorium.
South County Spotlight
Manufacturing jobs: Good for economy, bad for environment?
Oregon U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley has thrust himself into the middle of one of the most contentious debates in the region - the benefit of manufacturing jobs versus the environmental impacts of the manufacturing companies.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
Renate Mengelberg, Derrick Beneville appointed to Oregon City's urban renewal commission
Renate Mengelberg and Derrick Beneville were selected from seven applicants. The new appointees will replace Oregon City businessman Phil Yates and Paul Edgar, who unsuccessfully sought another term.
Portland's Langley Investment Properties makes on offer on Oregon City's Blue Heron mill
The Blue Heron Paper mill, which occupies 23 acres on the Willamette River waterfront in Oregon City, went out of business in February of 2011.