Legislative hearing held on bill that would hold coaches financially responsible for costly NCAA violations
The Oregon House Rules committee on Wednesday held the first public hearing for House Bill 3524, which calls for college coaches who break NCAA rules to be held liable for financial damages incurred by universities in connection with those violations.
Wed May 15, 2013
'TriMet barber' is back; fans celebrate Winterhawks in Pioneer...
Investigators are releasing surveillance photos that they say may help more people come forward.
Clackamas County Community Health Council to meet Wednesday, May 22
The Clackamas County Community Health Council will meet Wednesday, May 22, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Clackamas County Public Services Building, room 255, 2051 Kaen Road in Oregon City.
Nurseries in the Willamette Valley plan open houses
If you're up for shopping or just wandering among gardens and plants, this is the weekend for it.
Tue May 14, 2013
Man Convicted of Cutting Womens Hair on Bus Arrested for Sex Abuse on Bus
A man who was arrested in 2009 for putting glue in women's hair and cutting it while riding the bus, has been arrested again.
Wind knocks 75-foot cottonwood onto carport; skateboarder shot by pellet gun: Clackamas County news
Deputy Fire Marshal Todd Gary of the Canby Fire District said a powerful squall quickly moved into Canby around 2:30 p.m., knocked over the tree and then moved on as quickly as it arrived.
Support for locally elected North Clackamas parks board? The Oak Grove Community Council at ...
The Oak Grove Community Council at its Wednesday, May 22, meeting may vote to support changing the North Clackamas Parks & Recreational District to a locally elected board, replacing the Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners.
Mon May 13, 2013
Family: Man who allegedly broke into girl's room is living in the past
Jesse Williams appears in court Monday after police say he broke into a girl's room Mother's Day morning.
Oregon City police investigate pellet-gun shooting of skateboarder
Oregon City police are investigating a report of a young man who was shot by a pellet gun while riding his skateboard, sending him to the hospital.
Daily Journal of Commerce
Oregon City honored for introducing kids to construction
The National League of Cities recently issued a report that praises Oregon City officials for a program that introduces high school students to construction trades.
Sat May 11, 2013
Clackamas Town Center Shooting: Why so many at the mall misread the shooter
When Jacob Roberts ran into Clackamas Town Center, Katherine Dieringer, 21, of Clackamas was in the perfume aisle of Macy's with her boyfriend Sean Boyle, 21, of Happy Valley.
Fri May 10, 2013
Oregon City voters' big decision: Keep water rates in place or face failing pipelines
Oregon City has miles of water lines, some more than 100 years old, that need repair and replacement.
Thu May 09, 2013
Historic Preservation League to announce list of Oregon's Most Endangered Places
"Every year historic properties across Oregon are rehabilitated and reused, enriching neighborhoods, revitalizing Main Streets, conserving resources, and attracting visitors," writes Peggy Moretti, executive director of the league.
Four candidates vie for interim municipal judge - Thursday, 09 May 2013 08:00
The West Linn City Council decided Monday to formally interview four candidates for the soon-to-be vacated municipal judge position, rather than appoint one right away.
Wed May 08, 2013
A lesson for teens: Be careful what you tweet
An Oregon City teenager's tweets have gotten him suspended from school for what he's calling a joke.
Things to do in Oregon City, Canby, Molalla and Sandy
OREGON CITY Sky Viewings: The Rose City Astronomers is offering monthly public sky viewings at the Haggart Observatory at Clackamas Community College.
Tue May 07, 2013
Father, son in Oregon City dog murder for hire both end up incarcerated
An Oregon City man will spend two years, four months in prison for serving as the trigger man in a dog-murder-for-hire plot, a Clackamas County judge ruled Tuesday.
Future of Oregon's historic bottle bill rests on redemption centers
Stacy and Matt Koon, center left and right, take 11-month-old daughter Kinley along to return their recyclables at the Bottle Drop Oregon Redemption Center in Oregon City.
Oregon City skateboarder shot in liver
Zach Losness was skateboarding last Friday night along South Glen Oak Road in Oregon City when he heard and felt something unusual.
OC, Gladstone mayors yuk it up on comedy show
"PDX's King of Late-Night" features Gladstone Mayor Wade Byers on Thursday, May 9, and Oregon City Mayor Doug Neeley on Friday, May 10, as part of this month's series of different Northwest city leaders at 10:30 every night on "The Ed Forman Show." The show performs live from Al's Den in McMenamin's Crystal Hotel, 303 S.W. 12th Ave., on Thursday, ... (more)