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  1. State to investigate health issues related to pollution from Precision Castparts plantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 11 | Clackamas Review

    The Oregon Health Authority has agreed to do a public health assessment in the area around Precision Castparts Corporation's manufacturing complex in Southeast Portland and Milwaukie. The state agency says it will study soil and air samples collected near the facility on 4600 S.E. Harney Drive, just north of Johnson Creek Boulevard, and evaluate whether there are harmful exposures to residents that should be stopped or reduced.

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  2. Local reporting legend Clackamas Review/Oregon City News sports editor John Denny to retireRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 1 | Clackamas Review

    Aug. 1 will be a bittersweet day around the office: Legendary and beloved Clackamas Review/Oregon City News sports editor John Denny has announced that it will be his last day working for local newspapers. Denny, 71, has logged a total of 40 years in the newspaper business, covering sports in Oregon City, West Linn, Gladstone, Milwaukie, Clackamas and surrounding communities.

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  3. Clackamas United Church of Christ rain garden, hedgerow win national contestRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 20, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Members of the congregation of the Clackamas United Church of Christ knew that the rain garden and native hedgerow that church members created in 2013 would help flooding in the Upper Kellogg Creek Watershed, but they did not foresee that the projects would win a national competition. On July 1, Lori Prouty, marketing and web administrator for the Milwaukie church, received a letter notifying her that the CUCC's two sustainability projects won first place in the United Church of Christ's Be the Church of the Month contest.

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  4. Putnam trio First-Team All-StateRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    In softball, juniors Tyler Creach and Sarah Abramson were both selected to the elite first all-state unit. Senior first baseman Brooke Snyder was selected to the second team and senior outfielder Sydney Nichols was named to the third team.

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  5. Cities to Clackamas board: Consider local gas taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Clackamas County commissioners have been urged to consider a gasoline tax as an alternative to a vehicle registration fee on the Nov. 8 ballot for a local source to pay for road work. Although either option has not fared well with Oregon voters in the past, voter approval May 17 of a 10-cent tax in Portland has fueled interest.

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  6. 'Mind Ride' uses new technology to create theater at Rex Putnam High SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Kelley Marchant and Matt Haynes think audiences are ready for a new form of live theater that uses new technology, and the result is "Mind Ride," playing for one night only at 7 p.m. June 6 in Rex Putnam High School's Blackbox Theatre. Marchant is the drama teacher at RPHS, and Haynes is founder and artistic director of the Pulp Stage, a Portland-based theater company that specializes in presenting bare-bones readers' theater.

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  7. Unistus Chamber Choir to perform world premiere of Carol Worthey's 'A Choral Calendar'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Lonnie Cline wants to make Carol Worthey proud and he has just the choir to do that, when the Unistus Chamber Choir presents a world premiere of Worthey's 'A Choral Calendar,' on May 20 and 22. The first concert takes place at 7:30 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Portland, and the second is set for 7 p.m. at the Milwaukie Lutheran Church, 3810 S.E. Lake Road. Cline, the director of the choir, formed the Unistus Chamber Choir in 1999, and in 2000 they began rehearsing together in the Niemeyer Center at Clackamas Community College, where Cline was the conductor of classical and choral music for 33 years.

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  8. Clackamas Web Academy students learn about river science through field tripsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Between March 9 and April 27, students of Clackamas Web Academy, a charter school near the Clackamas Town Center, went on multiple school field trips for a river-science class to learn about the effects of human influence on rivers, all sponsored by Water Environment Services. The group visited the Marmot Dam Site, where the Marmot Dam used to exist; the Tri-City Wastewater Treatment Plant, located in Oregon City; The River Mill Dam, a working dam along the Clackamas River; Milwaukie Three Creeks to find amphibious wildlife; and Cottonwood Creek to remove a number of invasive plant species.

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  9. Unistus Chamber Choir to perform world premiere of Carol Worthey's 'A Choral Calendar'Read the original story w/Photo

    May 16, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Lonnie Cline wants to make Carol Worthey proud and he has just the choir to do that, when the Unistus Chamber Choir presents a world premiere of Worthey's 'A Choral Calendar,' on May 20 and 22. The first concert takes place at 7:30 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Portland, and the second is set for 7 p.m. at the Milwaukie Lutheran Church, 3810 S.E. Lake Road. Cline, the director of the choir, formed the Unistus Chamber Choir in 1999, and in 2000 they began rehearsing together in the Niemeyer Center at Clackamas Community College, where Cline was the conductor of classical and choral music for 33 years.

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  10. Free for all - Thursday, 05 May 2016 01:00Read the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    If you happen to be near Southwest Lloyd Avenue and Canyon Road in Beaverton this Saturday, you'll surely notice something unusual. The same goes if you're in the area of Southeast Jefferson and Main streets in downtown Milwaukie.

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  11. Taking care of business: Turning around troubled Clackamas River Water DistrictRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    I currently serve on the Clackamas River Water Board. I was elected to that board to help resolve the long-standing contentiousness that existed there, costing ratepayers hundreds of thousands of dollars in unnecessary legal fees.

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  12. Letter: Save Oak Lodge tax money; elect Ludlow, Savas, Gibson; Milwaukie evictionsRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    The surprising thing about the opposition to the consolidation of the Oak Lodge water and sanitary districts is that it exists at all. Why would anyone - liberal or conservative, Democrat or Republican - object to shrinking a local agency and making it more efficient and thereby saving its customers money? Reading between the lines of what the opposition says, their real message is 1) don't change anything, and 2) I don't trust you to make this work.

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  13. Milwaukie joins national mayors' conservation challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Milwaukie Mayor Mark Gamba is joining other mayors across the country in asking residents to make a commitment to water conservation and pollution reduction by taking part in a national contest aimed at reducing water and energy use. The Wyland Mayor's Challenge for Water Conservation is a nonprofit national community service campaign that creates a friendly competition between leaders to inspire their residents to make pledges to reduce water and energy usage.

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  14. Falcons use superior depth to pull away from Pioneers - Thursday, 11 February 2016 01:02Read the original story w/Photo

    Feb 11, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    That proved to be a winning combination - too much for visiting Sandy to overcome - for the Liberty girls basketball team last Friday night. The Falcons went off for 40 points in the second half of a 68-50 victory to run past the Pioneers at Liberty High School.

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  15. North Clackamas mayors find areas of agreement at Chamber State of Cities eventRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 3, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Mayors didn't agree on everything during the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce's Jan. 27 event, but any differences of opinion were due to each mayor's political bent and their respective cities' concerns. Damascus Mayor Diana Helm and Happy Valley Mayor Lori DeRemer, discussed the challenges faced by their two cities, which have taken very different political routes.

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  16. State of the Cities forum scheduled by North Clackamas Chamber of CommerceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 29, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    The North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce will hold the 11th annual State of the Cities Forum Luncheon on Wednesday, Jan. 27. Chamber members, business leaders and the public are welcome. The mayors of Milwaukie, Happy Valley, Damascus, Gladstone and Oregon City will share 2015 accomplishments and 2016 goals for their communities.

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  17. School notes: All-State Choir; county tech ed funding; GHS Mandarin program; boatload of learning at Rowe; etc.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 22, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    More than 30 fifth-graders at John Wetten Elementary auditioned for a chance to sing in the Oregon Music Educators Association Elementary All-State Choir. Four were selected for this special opportunity.

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  18. Late foul shots send Mustangs to a winRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Milwaukie center Merrily Jones was a force all over the court Friday night, pacing the Mustangs to a 34-32 home win over Hillsboro. She swished a few deep balls from behind the 3-point arc and put back numerous buckets in the paint.

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  19. Mustang matmen battle toughRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    The Milwaukie Mustangs held their own at the arduous Northwest Duals Wrestling Tournament, held last week at the Linn County Expo Center in Albany. The Mustangs wrestled nine dual meets over two days in the big tournament, which featured 36 teams.

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  20. Dave Just has visions of making a strong program even strongerRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 21, 2016 | Clackamas Review

    Gladstone High School has hired longtime successful youth fast-pitch softball coach Dave Just as campus monitor and head coach in softball. Just, 53, for years was one of the most successful Amateur Softball Association youth fast-pitch coaches in Oregon.

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