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Improving Habitat - Wednesday, 20 August 2014 01:00
The sight of rushing water in a stream can be lovely, but when that same water is rushing through your basement or eroding the banks under your house and deck - that's another story entirely.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Scientology to Lake Oswego; berry-picker accident; brush fire on island: Clackamas County News
The Church of Scientology of Portland is planning to open a branch in Lake Oswego, in this former home of CrossFit gym, off State Street.
CASA volunteer says 'I'll be here' for children
Thirteen years ago, Nancy Wakefield was a principal in the Neah-Kah-Nie School District on the Oregon Coast when she got a call from a Court Appointed Special Advocate for children, or CASA.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Handcycle stolen from local quadriplegic man
Kip Johnson's dad, Gordon, constructed this handcycle for his son, who is a quadriplegic.
Hiker killed; sex-abuse charges; deputies cleared in shooting: Clackamas County Public Safety
Torrential downpours on Mount Hood triggered flash flooding Tuesday, washing out the temporary wooden footbridge where Ramona Falls Trail crosses the Sandy River on Mount Hood's western flank and sweeping a hiker away to his death.
The Republicans North Dakota gubernatorial candidate William Langer had been deposed as governor due to being convicted on federal charges of conspiring to solicit political contributions from federal relief workers.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Southtown Star
New Lenox man dies hiking in Oregon
A New Lenox man hiking near Mount Hood died last week in the rain-swollen Sandy River in Oregon, authorities said.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Bunnies vs. cavies; Ramona Falls Trail; ride for slain weighmaster : Clackamas County News
So what's the difference between a bunny and a cavy anyway? Reporter Molly Harbarger admits she never had heard of cavies, but guessed they must be related to their barn-mates, the rabbits.
Thunderstorm washes out bridge, one man is dead
One man is dead after a bridge over the Sandy River near Ramona Falls was washed out by a thunderstorm on Tuesday, Aug. 12. Clackamas County Water Rescue was able to help 23 others.
The Newberg Graphic
Boring history comes to life in new book - Friday, 15 August 2014 01:00
Arcadia has been printing history books on small-town America for more than 20 years and claims to be 'the leading local history publisher in the United States,' with a catalog of more than 8,500 titles.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Oregon Uses Grants to Fund Innovation in Disabilities and Aging Support
PHOTO: Clackamas County and Folktime pioneered the mental health community education program: Open Minds Open Doors .
Naked masturbating man who fell into Willamette River was on heroin, meth; gets 20 months in prison
Ernest Michael Kirk, who was naked, intoxicated and masturbating when he fell into the Willamette River earlier this month, was sentenced to 20 months on Thursday.
CBS 3 Springfield
Caught on camera: man steals motorized wheelchair from Portland family
Aleksandr Yaravoy has used a wheelchair since he was 19 and recently suffered a stroke.
Fair, ice cream social, bicycles, cars, boats: 5 things to do this weekend in Clackamas County
2) Old Time Cruise to Estacada: The Route 26 Cruisers will host the car ninth annual show and awards ceremony from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday at Fourth Avenue and Main Street in downtown Estacada.
The Courier Mailer
Foot Patrol hosting poker party and auction fundraiser for Hood to Coast, to benefit Providence Cancer Center
North Plains city police administrator Sarah Baker, left; police officer Jody Petersen; and police chief William Snyder are members of Foot Patrol, a team of police and support personnel from law-enforcement agencies that will run in the 2014 Hood to Coast race starting Saturday, Aug. 23. Foot Patrol , a 12-person team of police and support ... (more)
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Judge Orders Batum to Make Payments to Ex
A Clackamas County judge found Nic Batum in breach of contract for not making scheduled payments to his ex-wife.
Tiny cow takes up lots of room in Clackamas County Fair contestant's heart
Aimee Stuart, 17, tried to nap on a cow in a stall near hers in the Clackamas County Fair cattle barn.
Oregon law enforcement agencies receive millions of dollars of military equipment (infographic)
The tactics and equipment used by police officers in Ferguson, Mo., this week in response to sometimes-violent protests following the shooting of an unarmed man, have prompted discussion about the "militarization" of local police departments.
Deadline for county small grant applications is Aug. 15
For the sixth straight year Clackamas County Commissioners have announced plans to distribute $200,000 in small grants to organizations providing services to vulnerable populations in Clackamas County.