10 hrs ago
Willamette River cruises support West Linn's Earth Crusaders and at-risk youth
As a kid growing up on the river banks of West Linn, Jerry Herrmann remembers grabbing his fishing pole and heading to the Willamette River with his friends.
14 hrs ago
National Guard trains in Idaho in preparation for potential deployments
Charlie Troop, 1-82 Cavalry awaits aerial transport via CH-47 Chinook aircraft for the first leg of a complex insertion and extraction mission out of a landing zone near Boise Sunday.
18 hrs ago
The Courier Mailer
Beaverton School District lists new principals and other administrators
Beaverton School District has named three new elementary principals, a middle school assistant principal, an alternative school administrator and an administrator for licensed staff.
22 hrs ago
Three Year Old Falls Into A Crawl Space
By Pat Boyle A three year old girl is in critical condition at Doernbecher Children's Hospital after she fell into a crawl space that was six feet deep.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Sheriff's Divers Recover Man in Clackamas River
The Clackamas County Sheriff's Office responded to the call of a swimmer gone under the water just below the High Rocks area on the Clackamas River.
Crash east of Oregon City injures four, LifeFlight helicopter takes 5-year-old boy to hospital
A crash near Redland on Sunday sent four people to area hospitals, including a five-year-old boy who was taken by LifeFlight helicopter.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
Hovde: Universal background checks are worth adopting
A group calling itself the Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility is collecting signatures for an initiative that would ensure universal background checks for all gun sales in that state.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Friday's Edge: How to tell you've gone native Portlander
We're fresh out of ideas - not that this ever stopped us before - so we're grateful we have this from reader Michelle Lequin of Clackamas.
Clackamas Repertory Theatre kicks off its ninth season wth "Harvey"
Clackamas Repertory Theatre opens its ninth season Friday, June 28, with Mary Chase's classic American play "Harvey."
Natural gas leak forces evacuation of The Home Depot's Clackamas store
Firefighters temporarily evacuated The Home Depot's Clackamas-area store Friday after a strong smell of natural gas was detected.
BTA: Time is now to support key projects in Clackamas County
Clackamas County is updating their Transportation System Plan and the time is now to make sure key projects make it into the final version.
Suzanne DiLaurentiis tells crowd she expects to set up a Portland-area film studio
The Oregon Army Guard put some of its equipment on display for employers visiting Camp Withycombe Friday morning.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Lake Oswego Review
RACC seeking proposals for artistic projects
The Regional Arts and Culture Council invites nonprofit organizations and individual artists in Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties to submit proposals for artistic projects and cultural events planned for calendar year 2014.
Sandusky case prompts uncle to report Clackamas County child molestations
Had Jerry Sandusky not been indicted for child sex abuse, Paul Martin Maglecic might not be headed to prison today.
Export Council of Oregon awards achievement certificate to Clackamas...
The Export Council of Oregon , an official US District Export Council, presented the Clackamas County business and economic development team with an achievement certificate for their leadership and innovation in organizing the Clackamas County Export Initiative and hosting a training program which has benefitted local companies.
Comcast Could Owe Lane County Millions
If the Oregon Department of Revenue wins its appeal before the Oregon Supreme Court, Lane County could get $7.2 million from communications giant Comcast in taxes.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
College students visit the big house - Wednesday, 12 June 2013 10:00
Wednesday afternoons this year have seen several Clackamas Community College students put behind bars.
Oregon City, Milwaukie, Clackamas residents successful in Milk Carton Boat Race
Fawn Haase and Ericka Johnson from Oregon City win first place in the showboat division of the annual Dairy Farmers of Oregon Milk Carton Boat Race with their boat, Wave Bus-ter.
1,000 pairs of shoes to YWCA; newest streetcar carries passengers: Downtown/Northwest Portland news
OK, June, what? Thunderstorms? Seriously? Yep, Mother Nature says: Chance of t-storms today, with highs in the mid-60s, according to forecasts .