Travel

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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Travel

By Taras Kovch / February 3, 2016

Leavenworth, WA By Taras Kovch Have you ever felt your breath being taken away just by looking at a picture with beyond-the-reach mountains covered with extremely white snow? Did you ever dream to appear there, even for a short moment, and breathe in the crystal air with scent of mountain’s rivers? A couple weeks ago…

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From local to tourist

By Katie Archer / March 20, 2015

My personal recommendations to adjusting from being a local in your hometown to a tourist in a new land. During dead week, March 10-14, seven members of The Clackamas Print took a trip to New York City to participate in a college media conference. As one can imagine the adjustment from living in the Portland…

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