Hospitalizations skyrocket + National Guard on scene + Feds outraged
Rise and Shine, Oregon City! Let’s start this Wednesday on the right foot. Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in the city today.
First, today’s weather forecast:
Rain and drizzle in the afternoon. Top: 48 Bottom: 47.
Here are today’s top stories in Oregon City:
- Hospitalizations and Cases Soar as National Guard Deploys (Fix)
- Police internal affairs probe sparks outrage from feds (patch)
- Portland has a fifth homicide (patch)
- All eyes on Newberg (Patch)
- ODOT does not “pause” the I-205 toll; Citizen opposition in Clackamas County raises many questions (clarkcountytoday.com)
- Proud Boy Tusitala ‘Tiny’ Toese faces felony charges in clash near abandoned Portland Kmart (OregonLive)
- Pedestrian struck, killed by driver on Highway 99E in Oregon City, according to OSP (KATU)
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- Oregon City Chamber of Commerce: “Everyone is welcome to the Oregon City Optimist Club. Join today and join a great organization that is always striving for good. #oregoncitychamberofcommerce #occoc #occhamber #join #club #optimist #nonprofit #supportlocal # supportcom…” (Facebook)
- Oregon City Chamber of Commerce: “Oregon City High School is looking for substitutes. Check it out and work for a great school. #oregoncitychamberofcommerce #occoc #occhamber #nowhiring #substituteteacher #supportlocal #supportcommunity” (Facebook)
- Oregon City Chamber of Commerce: “Calling all high school students. If you are one or know of one, please share this information so they can apply for a scholarship through the Oregon City Woman’s Club today. #oregoncitychamberofcommerce #occoc #occhamber #scholarship #senior #oppo…” (Facebook)
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You are officially informed for today! See you tomorrow for another update.
— Colin Miner
About me: I’ve been with Patch for nearly 6 years after a career that spanned The New York Times, The Oregonian, The Washington Post, as well as KATU, KOIN, and KGW. For the past three years, I’ve served as Patch’s Head of News and Content Partnerships as well as National Editor.