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Clackamas firefighters save ducklings in storm drain

OREGON CITY, OR (KPTV) – Clackamas County firefighters from station 16 saved some feathered friends stuck in a storm drain in Oregon City Saturday afternoon. A nearby gas station attendant near Molalla Avenue and Beavercreek Road heard the ducklings and notified the fire department. The mother of the two ducklings was to nowhere to be

Workshops help farmers transition land to next generation

Nellie McAdams of Rogue Farms Corps is offering four workshops to help the current generation of farmers develop succession plans and the next generation of farmers find working land. The Oregon nonprofit Rogue Farm Corps is convening four, day-long events this April to help the current generation of farmers develop succession plans and the next

Cascadia Earthquake: State Department Updates Possible Outcomes

From the Oregon Dept. of Geology and Mineral Industries: A new study by the Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries offers a look at a Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake’s potential impacts for Clackamas, Multnomah and Washington counties. The study estimates Cascadia earthquake impacts that include as many as 27,000 injuries ranging from minor to

Union County health in top 42 percent

View larger image Union County ranks 15th out of Oregon’s 36 counties in health factors, according to the annual report by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Last year, the county was ranked number 8. Wallowa County scored better at 13, coming up from number 16 in 2017. Baker County dropped from 17 in 2017 to

Oregon Tech Guard Mitch Fink Earns Co-CCC Player of the Year Honors

KLAMATH FALLS — College of Idaho forward Aziz Leeks and Oregon Tech guard Mitchell Fink were voted the Cascade Collegiate Conference Co-Players of the Year by the league’s coaches, heading a 12-person All-CCC team that was released Wednesday by the conference office. Fink, the sophomore guard from Clackamas, Oregon, helped the Owls earn a 14-6