Portland Timbers defeat Minnesota Loons during Western Conference playoffs

By Katie Skibba / November 29, 2021

On Nov. 21, the Portland Timbers, who ended their regular season 4th place in the Western Conference, prepared to take on the Minnesota Loons, who ended in 5th place, for the first game of the Western Conference MLS playoffs in Providence Park in Portland, Oregon. Having lost both regular season games against Minnesota, the stakes…

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Smart thinking can help you fly through the pandemic

By Katie Skibba / November 9, 2021

It’s been almost two years since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic changed the travel lifestyle around the world.  Countries shut down their borders, some allowing no one in and no one out, some allowing only citizens to return, but under strict guidelines.  How can we forget the photos of multiple airplanes parked on the…

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The Act takes Vancouver

By Jared Preble / November 12, 2019

    As the weather dropped to a chilling 43 degrees and the lights of downtown came to life, friends, family and students gathered in the Brickhouse Bar & Grill in Vancouver, on November 6 for the release show of The Act. They’re a four person band comprised of talented jazz musicians as well as…

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Hope and help for houseless

By Jeanette Wright / March 6, 2018

  Story and photo by Jeanette Wright This past week, Oregon lawmakers approved the addition of $5.2 million to the state’s 2017-2019 budget to cover costs of emergency and homeless shelters. Oregon City doesn’t currently offer a lot of support to their homeless community, and during the coldest time of the year, the lack of…

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Protests don’t stop panel with James Damore at Portland State University

By Autumn Berend / February 21, 2018

UPDATED: Corrected Peter Boghossian’s job title from “Associate” to “Assistant” per PSU records and other grammatical mistakes as well as clarification for minute edits with Dr. Tory Blackwell. The Clackamas Print did speak with Heather Clark directly in a private message on Facebook. It was not ripped from her Facebook wall. “Hecklers” changed to “protesters.”…

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FrightTown brings nightmares to life

By Luis Correa / October 24, 2017

By Luis Correa Arts and Culture Editor With Halloween creeping up, Portland’s spooky tradition is sure to make everybody scream. FrightTown returns to the depths of the Veterans Memorial Coliseum for its 13th terrifying season, featuring three haunted houses with extra attractions to really give you a true horror experience. This year, Baron Von Goolo’s…

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‘Happy Daze’ hits campus

By William Farris / October 10, 2017

Psychedelic and Northwest vibes brought to CCC in the latest art gallery in the Niemeyer Center Story and photo by William Farris The Clackamas Print With 22 large canvas prints by Josh P.A. Gross on display through Oct. 27, Happy Daze is the latest art display to be set up in Niemeyer Center and keep up…

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Winterhawks seize playoff slot

By Travis Whittaker / March 14, 2017

Portland seals final playoff spot with close victory over Prince George Cougars By Travis David V Whittaker The Portland Winterhawks defeated the Prince George Cougars 5-4 on March 8. With the win, the Hawks clinched the eighth and final spot in the Western Hockey League’s Western Conference after the Spokane Chiefs lost to the Everett…

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JoJo takes the stage

By Alexis Wagar / February 21, 2017

After eating a delicious dinner at Russel Street Bar-B-Que and waiting in the drizzling rain outside the venue, we made it inside to see one of our childhood icons kick off her first U.S. tour in 13 years. Joanna “JoJo” Levesque, is back in the spotlight touring for her new album “Mad Love,” released Oct.…

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Ready, set, escape

By Kristen Wohlers / February 14, 2017

By Kristen Wohlers It might sound like a nightmare to be locked in a room with only minutes to escape, but that’s exactly the thrill that people around the country are seeking when they visit escape rooms. Escape rooms allow people to become the game pieces in a life-sized adventure. Rooms vary in theme, but…

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