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Some people like to think that libraries will never change, that you can go there to walk the aisles of books and flip through magazines...Remember encyclopedias and the giant dictionary on the podium?...In fact, the West Linn Public Library has two
West Linn teacher Todd Jones' new role in state government is bringing his teaching sense to a board of politicians a link that he hopes will help improve policy and ultimately classrooms across Oregon. A West Linn High School social studies teacher,
Plans are moving forward for the opening of Walmart in West Linn. City of West Linn staff announced Sept. 19 that the building permits for the property at 19133 Willamette Drive had been approved and available for the applicant Walmart. Though
Saturday's rain didn't deter a record number of volunteers from showing up for West Linn's fourth Neighbors Helping Neighbors event. It was a really rainy day, but it didn't stop 350 volunteers from turning out, said Bridget Saladino, city project
Last spring, the city of West Linn explored the option of offering curbside composting as part of its waste collection program. After learning about the costs and potential implications involved with the process, the city council put the idea on hold.
The coming year might see an increase in tourism in West Linn. The city used $13,000 in Clackamas County tourism development money in 2011 to beef up its tourist traffic. The funds went to the West Linn Chamber of Commerce, where a tourism committee
Parents can be confident putting their little ones on West Linn school buses this fall...West Linn's bus service provider, First Student, recently won a Presidential Award for safety from its parent company, First Student Inc. The award was for the
West Linn scored on the first play from scrimmage and never looked back in a 55-14 trouncing of Centennial on Friday. Tailback Mason Finnerty received a pitch and then threw a pass to an open Elijah Eaton for a 70-yard scoring strike. The play was
With a chill still in the air, kids and parents tumbled out of houses on Tuesday morning from the cul de sacs along Zeus Drive in West Linn. They headed to the corner of Zeus Drive and Rosemont Ridge Court. For the last three years, neighbors along
A black bear sighting and a response from the bomb squad in two separate incidents caused quite a stir at West Linn High School Wednesday morning. Though both stories have happy endings, the community was buzzing with the stories. Around 8 a.m.