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Clackamas, Oregon is located in Clackamas County. Zip codes in Clackamas, OR include 97015, and 97089. The median home price in Clackamas is $315,000 which is roughly $140/per square foot. More Clackamas information.

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6 min ago | Eugene Weekly

Ruling on Immigration Holds Affects Lane County Jail

The Lane County Jail announced on April 21 that it will no longer hold inmates on Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainers without a warrant or a court order.

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Wed Apr 23, 2014

The Pordland Mercury

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In less than a week, the ruling has spurred changes that immigrant advocates have demanded for years.

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OregonLive.com

Former oncologist claims Kaiser Permanente pushed profits over patient care, files $7 million lawsuit

A former oncologist at Kaiser Permanente is suing the health care company for $7 million, claiming she had no choice but to quit her job after complaining the organization was maximizing profits to the detriment of cancer patients.

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The Oregonian

Gladstone Baskin Robbins scoopfest, North Clackamas Arts Guild show, bicycle drive:...

Help Kids in Need: Christmas is typically the time of year when toy drives are held, but Gladstone is taking advantage of the lack of seasonal competition.

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The Newberg Graphic

Native Foods Cafe to open second Oregon location

Native Foods Cafe will open in May at the Clackamas Town Center, 12130 S.E. 82nd Ave., Suite 3020.

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Tualatin Times

Native Foods Cafe to open second Oregon location

The rapidly expanding eatery offers all dishes for under $10, served in under 10 minutes, in addition to local beer.

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Tue Apr 22, 2014

KATU-TV Portland

Portland to get funds for crosswalk beacons at dangerous intersections

PORTLAND, Ore. Two Oregon state representatives said Tuesday they've secured almost $2 million for flashing beacons to improve pedestrian safety at 18 of east Portland's most dangerous intersections.

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Rockwood community garden brings neighbors together - Tuesday, 22 April 2014 09:36

Rockwood is both the poorest and most culturally rich neighborhood in Gresham. For those reasons, Ecumenical Ministries of Oregon and partners are working on a project that helps people in Rockwood learn to grow their own vegetables and prepare nutritious and inexpensive meals for their families.

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Mon Apr 21, 2014

KATU-TV Portland

Predator stalked Portland girls, kept crude notes in his pocket

A man shot and killed outside Wilson High School was stalking at least 17 other teenage girls all over Oregon, according to new court documents obtained Monday.

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The Oregonian

Immigration detainer changes spread across Oregon: Noteworthy quotes not included in original coverage

Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts said a federal court ruling has forced jailers to release suspected undocumented immigrants who aren't facing criminal charges.

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The Oregonian

Portland's economy gains thousands of jobs in March, not enough to chip away at unemployment rate

Hundreds of jobseekers and more than four dozen employers turned out earlier this month at a career fair held at Mt.

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Sat Apr 19, 2014

Free Republic

Ducklings Rescued From Oregon City Storm Drain

A couple near Beavercreek Road and Highway 213 saw the ducklings struggling to follow their mother up a curb when they fell into the drain, said Jed Wachlin of Clackamas Fire District No.

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OregonLive.com

Labor fines add up for Portland-area roofing companies and the brothers in charge

Two Portland-area contractors with a history of flouting labor laws now must pay $65,000 in penalties to workers, including more than $7,100 to their own father, to settle a long-running state investigation.

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Fri Apr 18, 2014

Portland Tribune

Portland-area animal shelters acquire vital disaster response equipment

Animal rescuers from across the region have pooled resources to purchase four large animal transport trailers for use in emergency response situations.

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The Oregonian

Readers think Clackamas County roads could be better, but are not worst: Your comments

Potholes sprout in streets faster than the gas tax generates revenue to fix them, leaving communities in search of new fees and taxes.

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OregonLive.com

Does my city have the same system? A look at Washington, Clackamas and Clark County's emergency notification programs

Does the Portland metro area need to use the same system on both sides of the Columbia River to alert residents of disasters? Multiple counties are looking at it.

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KGW-TV Portland

Ducklings rescued from Oregon City storm drain

A couple near Beavercreek Road and Highway 213 saw the ducklings struggling to follow their mother up a curb when they fell into the drain, said Jed Wachlin of Clackamas Fire District No.

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The Skanner

Oregon Sheriffs Weigh in on Immigration Issues

In a release Sheriff Tom Bergin said 28 of Oregon's 36 Sheriffs voted against drivers licenses for people without proof they are here legally.

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OregonLive.com

Northwest Family Services and North Clackamas Schools offer free parenting course

Titled Parent Power, the free course will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursdays, April 24-May 15, at 13401 S.E. 132nd Ave. It is based on love and logic and built on modeling healthy relationships and communication.

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Thu Apr 17, 2014

The Oregonian

Clackamas Commissioner Tootie Smith: Fundraising anemic in race against Rep. Kurt Schrader

Clackamas County Commissioner Tootie Smith has so far done little fundraising in her congressional campaign for the seat held by Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Ore.

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