Clackamas County commissioners sign off on Gladstone library plan so it can go to November ballot
A sketch of the failed proposed $10 million library. Gladstone residents must now decide on a $6.4 million plan with no designs yet.
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Dillon Pilorget begins community coverage in Forest Grove, Cornelius, Banks and Gaston
Hello to my friends and neighbors in the wild west of Washington County. My name is Dillon Pilorget and I am excited and honored to be your features reporter at the Forest Grove Leader .
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Free blood pressure screening at Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center
The clinic is staffed by Providence Willamette Falls Medical Center nursing leadership who will take your blood pressure and give you a wallet-sized card to track your numbers each time you have a screening and a magnet to remind you to come back next month.
Neighbors block AT&T cell tower proposal
Beavercreek neighbors will have plenty of cause to celebrate after the Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals decision released Tuesday to remand Clackamas County's approval of an AT&T cell phone tower.
Merkley vs. Wehby on the issues: Rebuild America Jobs Act
Workers manuever a concrete approach section into place in Oregon City in 2012, part of the Oregon Department of Transportation project to reconstruct the intersection of OR 213, Washington Street and Clackamas River Drive to reduce congestion and enhance safety.
Dealership Helps Fallen Police Officer's Widow Keep His Truck
Too often the "stealerships" get all the press around here, but sometimes a dealership will put profits aside to help out a member of their community.
Oregon City's free summer concerts in the park begin July 10
Rae Gordon, performing July 3 at the Safeway Waterfront Blues Festival, visits Oregon City next month.
Sun Jul 06, 2014
A franchise fee with a whopper of an outcome
A small but simmering dispute between Oregon City and Clackamas County could have big, expensive repercussions for towns and cities across Oregon soon and in the years ahead.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Wendy Libke, wife of murdered officer, can keep her husband's truck; local companies give a helping hand
When Oregon City reserve police officer Robert "Rob" Libke was killed on duty in November, he left behind a pregnant wife, a great many friends and a pickup truck.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Monica Wehby calls Hobby Lobby ruling "very limited in scope;" Jeff Merkley supporters disagree
Republican Senate candidate Monica Wehby meets with reporters after an event Wednesday at the Three Rivers Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1324 in Oregon City.
Art car: How a Delaware artist's memorial to her father found its way to Gales Creek
Eight and a half miles outside of Forest Grove , in a yard past a long line of trees along the sides of Gales Creek Road, a tall, burly man in battered overalls sits inside a 1995 Ford Taurus station wagon, surrounded by junk.
Gresham, Tigard and Clackamas County's best restaurants -- Diner 2014
Drawn from our Top 40 Restaurants and our 50 under $50 , here are the best dining experiences in the Gresham, Tigard and Clackamas County areas.
Oak Lodge districts to merge in 2016?
The word 'exciting' doesn't usually come up when people think about the next Oak Lodge Sanitary District meeting, but the word has been spreading among community members in reference to Tuesday's agenda with a merger proposal and possible new board members.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Mom says the other man punched first, but son still sorry
OREGON CITY, Ore. The mother of the man accused in a brutal beating of a man in Milwaukie told KATU on Tuesday that her son's been dealing with a suicide of a friend.
Careless-driving citation issued to driver in fatal Boring-area crash
Oregon State Police issued a citation for careless driving to 18-year-old Amanda J. Graham of Boring.
Film crew shooting 'The Librarians' in Oregon City
Traffic has been detoured while a film crew works around the Oregon City Public Library.
Clackamas Repertory Theatre Launches Cabaret Series 'Sundays at Seven'
Clackamas Repertory Theatre begins its new Sunday cabaret series on July 13. "Sundays at Seven" will offer a unique selection of jazz standards, classic and contemporary musical theater and original compositions.
Mon Jun 30, 2014
Clackamas Fire Puts More Eyes on More TIs
Like many fire departments around the country, Oregon's Clackamas Fire District 1 has depended on thermal imagers for well over a dozen years as a critical tool in helping protect lives and save property.
VBS July 21-25 Provides Fun & Learning for Kids
Kids learn and have fun during one-week Vacation Bible School July 21-25 at Oregon City Methodist Church.
Two keep busy with Your Backyard Farmer
You expect rain in June, but you don't expect hailstones the size of marbles to destroy your tomato plants.