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A program called ‘Month of Thanksgiving for Canby’ will feature four Saturdays of entertainment and history through a program of the Oregon New History Minstrels Read moreTALKING HISTORY

Latest public arrest and response records submitted by the Canby Police, Canby Fire and Aurora Fire stations

The Rotary Club of Canby presented The Canby Center with a check for $25,700 last Friday. The club raised the funds to support expansion of TCC’s kitchen facilities at the Rotary’s Octoberfeast event attended by nearly 170 people recently.

A look at the calls that local police and fire agencies went on in the past few weeks

Canby's annual Junk Refunk event spread its wares along First Avenue Saturday

The Dahlia Building, a four-story, 69-unit mixed use development with studio and one bedroom apartments on the top three floors and retail establishments on the ground floor, officially broke ground this week, although construction began in e…

Police reports are for incidents and crimes reported or that occurred July 26 to July 31, 2017. There were 428 dispatched calls during this period; not all calls for service result in a written police report

An all-breed schooling horse show offers the horse-lover a chance to not only see something special, but be a part of it

The latest public record supplied to the Canby Herald from the Canby Police Department, the Canby Fire District and the Aurora Fire District, although this week Aurora's information could not be included to due space limitations.

The Canby Herald, each week, publishes stories and headlines from days gone by, reminding each Canby resident of the rich and vibrant history that makes up our town, now affectionately known as The Garden Spot.

Canby Community Theatre's Mary Poppins opened July 28 at the Fine Arts Center. There are still more chances to see the show on Friday, Aug. 4 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 5 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m.

Every week, the Canby Herald run in our print edition a front page of the newspaper going back several years from our 100-pllus year history documenting Canby;s history. This week's page highlights various events from 1977-1986.

The Clackamas Community College Board of Eduacation will see some new faces following last May's election while some more familiar faces will be stepping down.

An all-class reunion recently took place at The Monarch hotel in Milwaukie, attended by Canby High School graduates going back as far as 1936.

The OSU Extension Service will again be offering food preservation classes this summer.

Aurora will once again deliver an eclectic musical mix this summer with the return of its Concerts in the Park series every Wednesday night until concluding during Aurora Colony Days with a Saturday, Aug. 12, performance by Papa Smoke.

Arriving at the home of Frances Montecucco, it’s hard not to be struck by the beautifully landscaped yard sitting like an oasis amidst lush loamy agricultural fields belonging to their multi-acre family farm.