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Two years after ice-laden oak trees smashed the roof of the historic 1879 Mark Prairie Schoolhouse, contractors for the all-volunteer Mark Prairie Historical Society have enclosed the wooden building with rebuilt walls and a new roof.

Canby city leaders and staff are in the process of fleshing out its long-range housing plans and are enlisting the public’s help with decisions that will impact the city for the next couple of decades.

Tree School Clackamas, Oregon’s largest forestry and natural resource education event of the year, will open registration on Feb. 7.

Library’s ‘Reads’ program getting startedCANBY — The Canby Public Library’s Canby Reads program will run Feb. 1-28. This year’s book will be “This is How it Always is,” by Laurie Frankel.

Trio earns honors at Pacific UniversityA trio of area students were recently named to the Pacific University dean’s list for the fall 2022 semester.

If the Canby High dance team isn’t a bit of a high school dance juggernaut, it’s hard to picture a program that is.

Opening up a brewery has always been Ken Arrigotti’s dream. Now it looks like that dream will become reality within the next few years with the Canby Planning Commission’s recent approval of Backstop Brewing in downtown Canby.

Library slates citizenship classesMOLALLA – The Molalla Public Library will hold a citizenship preparation class on Wednesdays from 5 to 7 p.m. beginning Jan. 25.