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59 min ago | OregonLive.com
The Oregon Ferret Shelter is raising money for safety upgrades that will satisfy Clackamas County code regulations.
2 hrs ago | The Forest Grove News-Times
A local man received the unenviable distinction Wednesday of becoming one of the few people to be arrested twice for driving under the influence of intoxicants in less than 24 hours.
3 hrs ago | The Columbian
A Battle Ground man was critically injured in a crash in Clackamas County, Ore. Wednesday afternoon.
4 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Traffic on Sunnybrook Boulevard has been shut down between 97th Avenue and Sunnyside Road while police investigate.
17 hrs ago | Portland Tribune
It's the closest thing to Roman ruins the Northwest has - the site that marked the end of the Oregon Trail and the beginning of industrial life here.
CLACKAMAS COUNTY, Ore. Two people were badly hurt in a two-car crash on Highway 26 near Brightwood on Wednesday afternoon.
The Clackamas County Fair became the 10th event in Oregon to receive a designation of historic and cultural significance to the state.
The dog days of summer may have arrived, but Clackamas County's commissioners aren't kicking back with mint juleps and folding fans.
Steven Russell and Destiny York take a risk walking along Oregon 213 to get to Safeway in Molalla.
Chris Kyle didn't live to see a jury find that his best-selling book 'American Sniper' defamed wrestler-governor-actor Jesse Ventura, but his Oregon-born widow and father-in-law did .
What is Steampunk, and why would kids like it? A popular, anachronistic genre of literature, art and fashion that romanticizes the steam-powered machine-age of the Industrial Revolution, steampunk explores both Victorian realities and science-fiction, often employing "creatively misapplied" technology of heavy iron gears, gaslights, and welded ... (more)
A 186-acre timber sale in the Mount Hood area is back on track for later this year.
Any given summer Sunday, the Clackamas River from Barton to Carver parks is packed with boats, rafts, inner tubes, pool toys, air mattresses and, well, just about anything that floats.
Several Clackamas County communities offer free summer concerts this week. Most venues offer food and beverages for sale, and all of them allow folks to bring their own snacks or make it a picnic.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 06:35 pm
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