Trolley bridge dragged out, Clackamas River open to boaters
The remains of a long unused trolley bridge have been removed from the Clackamas River, and state regulators say the stream is again open to boaters.
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Oregon City to buy unused school building, relocate police station there
Oregon City plans to buy an unused elementary school building and convert it to a new police station and space for other city offices.
2014 Oregon election will focus on suburban House seats, with turnout the key
Democrat Brent Barton following results from the 2012 election. Barton is being targeted by Republicans in the 2014 election.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Sewer issue delays Oregon City decision on dormitory for recovering addicts
About 90 people attended a Feb. 10 land-use hearing on the Portland Metro Men's Center proposal.
Clackamas County must pay $322,236 for wrongful dismissal of whistleblower
Daniel Henninger, 54, contended he was fired in retaliation for raising concerns that his boss awarded contracts without competitive bidding, split contracts to avoid board oversight and misrepresented a $300,000 expenditure approved by the Clackamas County commissioners.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Marine Board closes Clackamas River to boat traffic for trolley bridge demolition
The Oregon Marine Board has temporarily closed a portion of the Clackamas River above and below an an old trolley bridge that was taken down Sunday.
Fourth-grader seeks to help others with Caring Collection - Wednesday, 12 March 2014 13:00
Most fourth-graders are interested in getting clothes, toys and snacks, but 10-year-old Natalie Ramsey is interested in giving those things away to children who need them.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Armed man robs coin and jewelry store in Oregon City
Police want to find the man who robbed a coin and jewelry store on Monday. Investigators say a masked man walked into Oregon City Coin & Jewelry on 610 Molalla Avenue during the afternoon.
Concerts, classes, conversations, city forums: Oregon City, Beavercreek and Canby events
Oregon Health Plan Conversation: Hosted by Health Share of Oregon for the community and health care providers from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, at the Pioneer Community Center, 615 Fifth St. Free dinner is included for participants along with child care and interpretation for other languages.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
Gladstone trolley bridge to be pulled from Clackamas River on Tuesday
The collapsed, century-old trolley bridge between Gladstone and Oregon City will be pulled from the Clackamas River on Tuesday, a Union Pacific official said.
Oregon City Planning Commission holds 3rd hearing on dormitory for recovering drug, alcohol addicts
The Portland Metro Men's Center's plan to build a 60-bed dormitory for recovering drug and alcohol addicts may have hit a snag.
Motorcyclist Eddie Hedger, 49, of Oregon City killed in crash
An Oregon City motorcyclist was killed Friday evening when he crashed in to a utility pole east of Oregon City, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office reports.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Demolition puts an end to tilting Clackamas River trolley bridge
Heavy equipment began removing the old Portland Traction Co. bridge over the Clackamas River in Gladstone on Sunday, three days after the bridge's pilings shifted and caused the structure to tilt.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Mayor Doug Neeley's state of the city address, art and exercise classes: Oregon City...
Smoking Cessation Classes: Ready to quit - we can help. Based upon the American Lung Association's Freedom From Smoking program, Providence Smoking Cessation Classes are designed to help you quit smoking for good.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Anthony Wiley pleads guilty to burglary, now reports to three probation officers
A Clackamas man who burglarized an Oregon City home was sentenced to 90 days in jail Thursday and now is on probation in three jurisdictions: Oregon, Washington and to the federal court.
Top 5 stories at noon: Airline passenger throws gang signs for Jesus; more rain coming
Welcome to a rainy and blustery Thursday, with the kind of gusts that can turn your umbrella inside out.
Oregon City's 'ugliest' building will get a partial paint job
The Urban Renewal Commission awarded facade improvement grants to the Oregon City Elks Club and the owner of the Butler Building .