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Board Member Dave Hunt cited by police in a sex trafficking sting

By Laura Canida / May 5, 2021

Story by Laura Canida Clackamas Community College Board member Dave Hunt is on leave from his position as a board member after being cited by the Portland Police Bureau’s Human Trafficking Unit undercover operation in April.  According to the police bureau’s press release, officers posted decoy ads online and Hunt, along with the others cited,…

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Farmers Markets have been impacted by the pandemic

By Lexie Cardens / December 22, 2020

We spoke with Joyce Hanes and Greg Valdivia at Northwest Organic Farms in Ridgefield, Washington about how the pandemic had impacted their sales and this was their response: The Clackamas Print: Has the pandemic impacted your income and your sales? Joyce Hanes: Yeah, and during the pandemic it was not as nice as it could’ve…

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Clackamas softball beats Chemeketa CC in double header

By Lexis Shull / May 15, 2019

Under a cloudless sky and unforgiving 85 degree heat, the bleachers were filled to capacity with brightly colored umbrellas, hats and sunglasses for the unlucky ones who didn’t have the pleasure of shade to escape the sun’s brutal rays. But the one thing producing more heat than the sun last Friday were the two bitter…

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Q&A: Chemistry teacher also climbs mountains

By Laura Canida / May 7, 2019

By Laura Canida George Burgess is a chemistry teacher here at Clackamas Community College who has a side of himself that belongs on mountains and hills. Burgess sat down with “The Clackamas Print” to discuss his wild passion for peaks. The Clackamas Print: How did you get into science? Burgess: You know, you go through…

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Measles break out

By Clackamas Print / February 12, 2019

Story by Rachelle Peiffer Multnomah County now has four confirmed cases of measles as of Feb. 9, according to the Multnomah County website. Washington’s Clark County now has 53 confirmed cases as well. In 2000, the measles virus was declared eliminated in the United States because of the measles vaccine, a strong vaccination program that…

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For whom the road tolls

By Clackamas Print / February 8, 2019

Story by Mike Strickland State officials are considering implementing tolls along Interstate 205 and Interstate 5. How might this affect Clackamas Community College students and community members? The impact depends on where you drive, how often you drive, the cost and if the tolls will vary based on time of day. In fact, many aspects…

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