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Three Die in Crash on Highway 224

Police say all names will be released following positive identification of the deceased persons and next of kin notifications.

(ESTACADA, Ore.) - Police say two people died and one was seriously injured early this morning in a single vehicle crash on Highway 224 about thirty miles east of Estacada. The names of the three occupants are withheld pending positive identification and next of kin notifications.

Oregon State Police Sergeant Fred Testa says that around 5:53 AM, a report was received of a single vehicle crash on Highway 224 in the Ripplebrook area near milepost 49.

Read Full Article (Feb-17-2008 23:57)

Aggressive Behavior at Game Leads to Arrest of Basketball Coach

Clackamas County deputies arrest 6th grade girls basketball coach over disturbance at Saturday game.

(CLACKAMAS, Ore.) - 34-year old Jeffery Scott Larsen, a head coach in Molalla, received two technical fouls and was ejected from the game. A disturbance that erupted on the basketball court at Estacada High School Saturday led to the arrest of a coach for Criminal Trespassing of a Sporting Event over the weekend.

Clackamas County Sheriff's deputies in Estacada were called to the school at noon after a report of a disturbance on the court. Problems apparently stemmed from the calls of a 17-year old referee at the 6th grade girls basketball game between Estacada and Molalla.

Read Full Article (Sep-24-2006 15:52)

Two Hunters Find Victim That Plunged 100 Feet off Cliff on ATV

Ironically, crash victim Philip Adamson says his brother is the murder victim who was recently discovered, dismembered, in the Columbia River.

(ESTACADA) - ATV art Two bird hunters responded to calls for help Saturday around 6:30 PM and saved a recreational vehicle rider who had driven over a steep embankment and was seriously injured.

It happened a on Forest Road near Squaw Lake, east of Estacada. After a brief search, the two bird hunters, Shane Turner, of Estacada and Rob Beguelin, of Mulino, headed toward the male voice calling for help...

Read Full Article (Jun-06-2006 16:40)

Services Set for Corporal Jeremy Loveless

(ESTACADA) - Funeral services for Army Corporal Jeremy Loveless will be held on Friday, June 9th, 2006 at 1:00 PM at the Good Shepherd Community Church at 28986 SE Haley Road in Boring, Oregon

Loveless will receive firefighter honors at the funeral and full military honors ar the graveside services to be held at the George Cemetery, 41637 SE George Road in Eastcada, Oregon.

After the service is comcluded, the Estacada Fire Department will lead the funeral procession to the cemetery.

Read Full Article (Jun-01-2006 18:12)

Governor Kulongoski Orders Flags to be Flown at Half Staff in Memory of Oregon Soldier

Flags to be flown at half-staff on Friday, June 2nd, 2006 in honor of Specialist Jeremy M. Loveless.

(SALEM) - Today Governor Theodore R. Kulongoski ordered all flags at public institutions be flown at half-staff on Friday, June 2nd, 2006 in memory of Specialist Jeremy M. Loveless, 25, of Estacada, Oregon.

Specialist Loveless was assigned to the Army`s 2nd Battalion, 1st Infantry Regiment, 172nd Stryker Brigade combat Team of Fort Wainwright, Alaska. He was killed on May 29th, when his Stryker came under enemy small arms fire in Mosul, Iraq.

"The death of Specialist Loveless is a profound loss," said Governor Kulongoski. "Loveless epitomized the spirit of a true Oregonian. He took care of his family by trying to better himself, his community through volunteering...

Read Full Article (May-30-2006 19:30)

Estacada Army Soldier Killed in Iraq (AUDIO)

This is not the first soldier named Jeremy Loveless to die since the beginning of hostilities. Army Guard Spc. Jeremy Loveless died at Fort Benning in 2003 after being called up for Iraqi Freedom duty.

(ESTACADA) - A U.S. Army field medic from Estacada, Jeremy Loveless, has been killed in Iraq near Mosul, a family member said Tuesday.

Loveless, 25, had held different jobs in the Estacada area and was training to become a paramedic in civilian life, said his mother-in-law, Bev Vetey.

Read Full Article (May-23-2006 23:01)

Judge Rejects Part of Dog Lawsuit Claim

(PORTLAND AP) - An Estacada family seeking $1.6 million for the death of their dog cannot be compensated for loss of companionship, a Clackamas County judge decided Tuesday.

The judge threw out the claim but will allow the jury to decide if the family should be paid for punitive damages and intentional infliction of emotional stress, The Oregonian reported on its web site Tuesday.

Circuit Judge Eve Miller said loss of animal companionship was not "a viable theory under Oregon law." She said there is no precedent for loss of companionship and that it was up to other courts or the state legislature to establish the concept.

The issue ended up in court after a 2004 incident in which a neighbor ran over Grizz, a 14-year-old cocker spaniel-Labrador retriever mix owned by Mark Greenup and his family.

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