Travel

Lifeguards preach water safety

By Doug Fry / June 6, 2017

CCC wrestler is among those who tried to save 19-year old victim By Doug Fry For many Oregonians, when summer comes around, it means getting a group of friends and heading down to the river. Cooling off in your favorite swimming hole can seem like a harmless fun time, but at any given moment things…

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Israel to host 2018 World Lacrosse Championships

By Doug Fry / June 6, 2017

For the first time since the World Lacrosse Championships started in 1967, a country outside of the United States, Canada, England and Australia will host the competition. Just one day after the bombing in Manchester, England, the city decided to withdraw from hosting the competition. On May 23, it was announced that Netanya, Israel would…

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Writer finds family at Arlington

By Travis Whittaker / November 2, 2016

Student pays respect to family member who served in Vietnam Story and photos by Travis David V Whittaker With many sights and sounds that resonate throughout our nation’s capital, one of the best sights is on the Virginia side of the Potomac River, one mile west of the Lincoln Memorial. Many people have been laid…

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Newseum speaks to journalists

By Elizabeth Kessel / November 2, 2016

By Elizabeth Kessel Welcome, please walk through the doors into a news world. Recently, members of the Clackamas Print had the chance to go to Washington, D.C. for the National College Media Convention. While in D.C., I was able to explore the Newseum. Yes, you read that right, it is a museum for news! It’s…

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College students storm capital

By Alexis Wagar / November 2, 2016

Eight journalism students get their first trip to Washington D.C. By Alexis Wagar Eight members of The Clackamas Print traveled across the country to attend the Associated Collegiate Press College Media Convention in Washington, D.C. in late October. This is the largest media convention for college students in the fall, having more than 200 sessions…

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Library of Congress lends more than books

By Blake Swan / November 2, 2016

By Blake Swan When some people go to Washington, D.C. they go to see the Capitol building, housing our legislative branch of government; or to the National Archives to see the founding documents of our democracy. Instead I went to the library. It wasn’t just any library, it was the Library of Congress, our de…

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Exploring Oregon

By Clackamas Print / May 31, 2016

As temperatures in Oregon rise, it’s the perfect time of year to explore the trails and views around the state. Hike to a beautiful scenic waterfall, or take a trail to a monument or landmark. The Clackamas Print reviewed five Oregon hikes to try help you find an adventure. Or at least a break from…

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PDX home to the biggest clothing swap in the Northwest

By Shaylyn Struna / May 11, 2016

By Shaylyn Struna Thousands of people attend, bringing a bag of clothes to trade and leaving with a bag of clothes new-to-them. It’s the perfect time to spring clean and clear your closet out. Sunday, May 15, Alley 33 Productions will be hosting the clothing swap. This will take place at the Crystal Ballroom in…

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Tulips petal in for spring

By Clackamas Print / April 25, 2016

By Elizabeth Kessler Forty acres of rainbow colored tulips are open to the public. Sun or rain, the Tulip Festival is open everyday until May 1, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., for all to visit and leave with good memories. The Iverson family originally started cultivating crops such as potatoes, peas, pole beans and hops.…

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The Clackamas Print Goes Hollywood

By Matt Rowning / February 24, 2016

Santa Monica: In-N-Out

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