Winter

Resilience during the storm

By Jonathan Villagomez / March 10, 2021

After the recent historic winter storms that hit the Pacific Northwest in mid February, more than 400,000 Oregonians lost power according to Portland General Electric. Thousands of PGE customers were left in the dark for up to a week in some rural areas while PGE rushed to get the system back online. At least one…

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Winter registration open

By Emma Peterson / October 28, 2020

As students adjust from a summer of free time to fall classes, Clackamas Community College is still adjusting and perfecting online learning. To make winter term as easy as possible, students should take the time to register for their upcoming courses as early as Nov. 16. Although a majority of classes are online for winter…

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Scandinavian Fair brings traditions

By Clackamas Print / December 3, 2019

Story by Jake Kaiser Winter is a time to celebrate and what better way to celebrate than going to Portland’s 35th annual Scandinavian Fair market. ScanFair is a great way to get into the holiday spirit with it hosting a wide assortment of fun family and individual activities both influenced by and directly taken from…

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Winter registration is about to begin

By Clackamas Print / November 6, 2019

Story by Laura Canida Get ready, winter term is almost here. Winter registration begins Thursday, November 12. The class schedule will be online Thursday, November 7 for new students, and is currently available through myClackamas for returning students. Registration for CCC classes varies depending on the type of course you want to take. Class registration…

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Shred some gnar

By Victoria Tinker / November 29, 2017

Story and photos by Victoria Tinker Ad Manager “I snowboard, because I literally don’t think of anything else when I’m snowboarding,” said Josef Willwert, a student at Clackamas Community College. “You’re not worried about the person that’s talking smack, you’re not worried about work, or school, you’re just like don’t fall on your face, and…

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Walking in a winter wonderland

By Cassidy White / December 4, 2015

Don’t be left out in the cold this winter. Oregon offers many seasonal activities, many close to home. The first thing that comes to mind in winter is snow. Luckily, Oregon City is located near Oregon’s snow-covered mountains. Mt. Hood Meadows, Timberline and Skibowl are just a few locations where you can ski or snowboard.…

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