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Best Canby podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Canby podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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News and More: The state has approved Columbia Distributing's application for the Strategic Investment Program, which will save the company an estimated $5.1 million in local property taxes over the next 15 years. More baaaaaad news for events this summer, and a couple of Canby sports heroes are honored just in time for their college graduations. C…
 
News and More: Frustration is building (heh) about new guidelines requiring face coverings at retail stores, including at Bricks & Minifigs Canby, which tried to buck the trend this weekend. Clackamas County completes its draft reopening plan, while still falling short of the states guidelines for contact tracing, isolation preparedness and PPE. Ca…
 
News and More: A Canby law firm is one of two to sue the governor this week on claims that her executive orders violate business owners' constitutional rights. Also, everything fun was canceled this week: Canby's Independence Day Celebration, the Cutsforth's Cruise-In, the Big Night Out and (sob) the Clackamas County Fair. On the bright side, our o…
 
News and More: Well, it's official. 2020 is the absolute worst. Governor Kate Brown will not lift her restrictions on large gatherings until at least October. The summer fair season is over before it even began. In other news, counties across the state may begin reopening their economies as early as May 15, but Clackamas County will not be among th…
 
News and More: Pappy's Greasy Spoon in downtown Canby opened for in-person dining Friday and Saturday, in violation of Governor Kate Brown’s executive orders. Five Clackamas County mayors call on the governor to accelerate her plans to allow smaller, more rural cities to reopen for business — or allow them to draft and implement their own. Canby Co…
 
News and More: A restaurant in Canby opened for dine-in service Friday and Saturday, in violation of the governor's executive orders. The number of confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus has reached double figures at Country Side Living: seven residents and three employees. And a significant number of the Canby Fire District's emergency calls las…
 
News and More: Sadly, Canby has experienced its first confirmed death from the novel coronavirus. There will be no early reopening for Oregon City, as commissioners rebuked recent comments by the mayor and affirmed their support for the governor's stay-home order. Canby police, too, say they will not turn a blind eye to non-compliant businesses. Ca…
 
News and More: The number of confirmed coronavirus cases linked to Country Side Living in Canby, sadly, has risen to nine. The state is threatening "serious legal repercussions" if Oregon City allows businesses to reopen in violation of the governor's order. The Joint Emergency Board passes a $32 million coronavirus relief package aimed at disadvan…
 
News and More: The first outbreak of the novel coronavirus at a Canby care facility has happened at Country Side Living, where three residents and two staff members have confirmed cases so far. Downtown Canby has lost its first business to the coronavirus pandemic. The president of Clackamas Community College runs, and runs, and runs. Canby Convers…
 
News and More: Willamette Egg Farms and its parent company donated and delivered 65,000 pounds of food this past week to organizations in Canby, Molalla and Woodburn. Talk about some good eggs! The Summer of Corona has claimed two more victims, with the cancellation of two more major events at the Clackamas County Fairgrounds. Canby Conversation: W…
 
News and More: Oregon will reopen, but it won't happen as quickly as you want. The good news is that social distancing is working here in Canby, and not a single first responder has tested positive for the virus. Canby is moving forward with its search for a new city administrator. And, believe it or not, Oregon liquor stores reported record sales …
 
News and More: The Canby Fire District warns of exposure to the coronavirus, despite still being unable to confirm a positive case in the community. Mayor Brian Hodson is an optimist, who thinks we could be past the worst of this by May, if we stay home. An armed man was killed in an officer-involved shooting near Milwaukie Saturday night. Canby Co…
 
News and More: The next time Canby’s 5,000 public school students set foot inside their classrooms, it will be a new school year. The Canby Fire District has clarified the COVID-era burn ban that is now in effect for residents. In this time of sudden need, many people in Canby have been feeling the need to give. Canby Conversation: Joan Monen, owne…
 
News and More: The Canby City Council votes 4-2 to advance Columbia Distributing's Strategic Investment Zone application. The Canby area's first confirmed case of COVID-19 was identified in an employee at Willamette Egg Farms, who has since recovered. The Canby Herald's newsroom was cut in half by coronavirus-related layoffs this week. Canby Conver…
 
News and More: Coronavirus or no coronavirus, crime is still illegal in Canby. Canby Fire has asked the city of Canby to table a proposed tax abatement for Columbia Distributing, or deny it outright. The Oregon Department of Education says parents, families and students must prepare for the "strong possibility" that schools will not reopen this aca…
 
News and More: Clackamas County has approved a significant tax break for Columbia Distributing, but the city council must also sign off for it to move forward. The coronavirus has forced Gwynn's Coffeehouse to close its doors. Nancy Lematta, former chair of Aurora's Columbia Distributing, has donated $2 million to the Providence health system's fig…
 
News and More: The inevitable has happened: The coronavirus has come to Canby. Local and state officials had harsh words for the thousands who flocked to Oregon's beaches and campgrounds this weekend to kick off spring break, calling their actions irresponsible, dangerous and "a matter of life or death." Canby Conversation: In a time of great fear …
 
News and More: Parents are about to get some more quality time with their kids: Schools are closed until at least April 28. Mayor Brian Hodson has officially declared a state of emergency in Canby. Restaurants are take-out only for a month; bars are closed. A Canby High schooler reflects on a senior year that is ending very differently than she exp…
 
News and More: Schools, sports and all other large events are canceled through the end of the month. The city of Canby is closed. Government, businesses and organizations at all levels as Americans adjust to the uncharted territory brought about by the coronavirus pandemic. Canby Conversation: As Oregonians prepare for the unprecedented challenges …
 
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