Cha Cha Cha Mexican Taqueria; leave the salsa, take the chicken.

By Ethan M. Rogers / April 21, 2023

  I had my sights set on Greek food, so I headed to the Milwaukie Station food carts, but when I got there, The Greek Gods Gyro was closed. Fortunately, I passed a Mexican restaurant on my way in that looked interesting; a colorful storefront with outdoor seating that nestled in my head for further…

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Finding flavor in Milwaukie: Review of Rice Thai Cookery

By Ethan M. Rogers / April 16, 2023

Milwaukie on a Monday night is somewhat less than magical. Like most small towns around the world, they roll their streets up when the lights come on. That doesn’t mean you can’t find a good meal – in this case, some good, solid Thai food at Rice Thai Cookery on Main Street. We arrived around…

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Dave Hunt wins reelection to Clackamas Community College board with arraignment looming

By Laura Canida / May 21, 2021

Clackamas Community College District, Director, Zone 3 Special Election results By Laura Canida Results show Dave Hunt as the probable winner over write-in candidate David W. Kays for Clackamas Community College’s Director, Zone 3 position which serves Gladstone, Oak Grove, and Jennings Lodge areas. The unofficial results were updated on Clackamas County’s election web page…

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Milwaukie resident launches write-in campaign for Clackamas Community College school board role held by Dave Hunt

By Laura Canida / May 12, 2021

Story by Laura Canida Milwaukie resident David W. Kays launched a write-in campaign this past weekend for the Clackamas Community College Director, Zone 3 – Gladstone position, which serves Gladstone, Oak Grove, and Jennings Lodge areas.  In a statement sent to The Clackamas Print on May 9, Kays said that during his own voting experience,…

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Food choices available at CCC

By Laura Canida / December 10, 2019

Story by Laura Canida If you are new to Clackamas Community College, you may not be aware of the changes that occurred over the summer to the food choices on campus. Options have been reduced in the Cougar Café, vending machines were added and food trucks were introduced. The changes have been met with some…

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Clackamas County removes only ballot box on Oregon City campus

By Laura Canida / November 6, 2019

  Story by Laura Canida On election day, did you know where your ballot box was? If you are looked on the Clackamas Community College Oregon City campus, you didn’t find it. According to Lori Hall, Executive Director of College Relations and Marketing, the ballot box was removed last year. The Clackamas County Elections department…

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We’ve got plans: Tim Cook speaks in first ever state of the college address

By Clackamas Print / January 29, 2019

By Emily Roberts & Rachelle Peiffer On Friday, Jan. 18, for the first time ever in Clackamas Community College history, a State of the College address was held at the Harmony campus with an audience of around 30 people. A week later, on Friday, Jan. 25, a second address was held at the Oregon City…

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Officers arrested Clackamas student in connection with Milwaukie homicide

By Clackamas Print / October 19, 2016

Police have apprehended the  Clackamas Community College student sought in connection to a homicide in the Milwaukie area, according to Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office. Dean Boettcher, a 51-year-old student from Milwaukie, was arrested Saturday night by officers from the Pauls Valley Oklahoma Police Department, according to a press release from CCSO. He is being held at…

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