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Oregon public records council shores up support for independence
Author: Sam Stites/Oregon Capital Bureau
Members say amendments drafted by League of Oregon Cities' lobbyist could 'torpedo' proposals.

The state's Public Records Advisory Council rejected Wednesday an attempt to restrict its independence. At the same time, the 13-member council said it would fight attempts to block it from proposing public records legislation.

During its Jan. 22 ...

Clackamas County board chair to pay attorney fees
Author: Carol Rosen
Despite earlier decision allowing county to pay $20K, Jim Bernard changes mind

Clackamas County Board Chair Jim Bernard changed his mind over the Jan. 18 weekend and submitted a check to the county administrator on Jan. 21 for the remaining legal fees he accumulated from his defense against ethics violations.

Bernard ...

December unemployment rate lowest since 1976
Author: Pamplin Media Group
Fewer Oregonians are unemployed now than at any point in the past 44 years, with labor market tightening.

Oregon added about 800 jobs in December as the state's unemployment rate dropped to 3.7%. It was the lowest unemployment rate since 1976.

"The latest estimates suggest there are fewer unemployed Oregonians now ...

NYT Politics

Senate adopts trial rules after bitter debate over evidence.
Author: Michael D. Shear
Under the rules, the House managers and Mr. Trump’s lawyers will each have 24 hours over three days to argue their cases. Senators will have 16 hours to ask questions, submitted in writing.
After 12 hours of deliberation, the Senate adjourns.
Author: Catie Edmondson
The Senate will reopen as a court of impeachment Wednesday afternoon, when the House impeachment managers are expected to give opening arguments.
Senate rejects request for more time to respond to motions.
Author: Michael D. Shear
The request by Democrats would have offered more time to respond to any motions that might be made during the trial.
Bid forcing Roberts to rule on subpoena motions is rejected.
Author: Catie Edmondson
The final amendment would have required the chief justice to rule on motions to subpoena witnesses and documents.
Senate rejects Democratic bid to ensure votes on witnesses.
Author: Michael D. Shear
The move would have guaranteed that senators would eventually take a vote on specific requests for witnesses, and to hear from them on the floor of the Senate

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High School Scoreboard, Jan. 22
Author: Micah Rice
WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE

BOYS BASKETBALL

Hockinson at Mark Morris, 7 p.m.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Columbia-White Salmon at Castle Rock, 7 p.m.

La Center at King’s Way Christian, 7 p.m.

Seton Catholic at Stevenson, 7 p.m.

WRESTLING

Heritage at Skyview, 7 p.m.

Union at Battle Ground, 7 p.m.

Castle Rock at Mountain View, 7 p.m.

Kelso at Prairie, 7 p.m.

Fort Vancouver at Evergreen, 7 p.m.

Hockinson at R.A. Long, 6 p.m.

Washougal at Ridgefield, 6 p.m.

BOYS SWIMMING

Columbia River, Fort Vancouver, Hudson’s Bay, Skyview at Kelso, 5 p.m.

Mark Morris at Aberdeen, 4 p.m.

GIRLS BOWLING

Camas vs. Battle Ground, 3:15 p.m. at Tiger Bowl

Skyview vs. Heritage, 3:15 p.m. at Big Al’s

Kelso vs. Evergreen, 3:15 p.m. at Big Al’s

Mountain View vs. Fort Vancouver, 3:15 p.m. at Crosley Lanes

Hudson’s Bay vs. Prairie, 3:15 p.m. at Tiger Bowl

Mark Morris vs. R.A. Long, 3:15 p.m. at Triangle Lanes

Columbia River vs. Ridgefield, 3:15 p.m. at Hazel Dell Lanes

BOYS BASKETBALL

4A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Union (16-0) 4 0

Battle Ground (9-7) 3 1

Camas (6-10) 2 2

Skyview (11-5) 1 3

Heritage (6-9) 0 4

UNION 72, SKYVIEW 58

SKYVIEW — Mehkai Brooks 2, Squeeky Johnson 15, Xavier Owens 0, Soren Hopper 0, Sean Boss 4, Jaxson Faile 0, Cole Bain 0, Alec Marshall 7, Kyle Gruhler 19, Jace Chatman 9, Cody McKinney 4. Totals 23 (5) 11-16 58

UNION — Aiden Liss 0, Brad Lackey 15, Ty McCullum 6, Tanner Toolson 29, Mason Hill 4, Izaiah Vongnath 0, Ariya Briscoe 0, Josh Reznick 2, Kaden Horn 16, Connor Flannigan 0, Spencer McGuire 0. Totals 28 (10) 6-8 72

Skyview 9 15 15 19—58

Union 21 12 22 17—72

BATTLE GROUND 53, CAMAS 35

BATTLE GROUND — Bishop Straube 0, Max Ramirez 11, Cole Billingsley 0, Nate Millspaugh 8, Brendan Beall 18, Kaden Perry 13, Jake Kostman 3. Totals 17 (3) 16-21 53.

CAMAS — Caleb Shira 0, Armand Nunez 7,  Blake Asciutto 6, Kyan Thompson 3, Christian Lenard 13, Charlie Bump 0, Will Hansen 0, Kenny Wright 0, Jackson Clemmer 6, Titan Phillips 0, Chase Muro 0, Blake Bell 0. Totals 16 (5) 4-5 35

Bat.Ground 14 12 14 13—53

Camas 0 10 9 16—35

JV — Camas won.

3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Evergreen (13-2) 5 0

Prairie (9-6) 4 1

Kelso (9-6) 3 2

Fort Vancouver (6-9) 2 3

Mountain View (2-12) 1 4

Hudson’s Bay (3-12) 0 5

EVERGREEN 60, FORT VANCOUVER 48

EVERGREEN — Camren Smith 6, Jaden Stanley 7, Izaac Romero 0, Zyell Griffin 15, Tyler Ricketts 4, Mario Herring 12, Peyton Albers 0, Carter Monda 16. Totals 24 (6) 6-9 60.

FORT VANCOUVER — Darius Scheer 0, Tyrique Cargile 5, Sam Crawford 2, Kahlil Singleton 15, Tre Cannon 4, Morgan Weinmaster 6, Justin Vernon 2, Trevor Wright 12, John Tulaepa 2. Totals 18 (2) 10-18 48.

Evergreen 14 13 19 14—60

Fort 4 10 24 10—48

PRAIRIE 74, HUDSON’S BAY 31

HUDSON’S BAY — Trenton Jackson 6, Darol Alafonso 0, Isaiah Gipson 0, Skylar Buker 0, Deandre Hite 0, Lewis Hotchkiss 5, Isaiah David 6, Emmanuel Minnieweather 2, Tony King 7, JP LeGuyader 0, Joseph Gordon 0. Totals 15 (3) 4-6 31.

PRAIRIE — Aidan Fraly 16, Treyce Teague 3, Jimmie Barton 6, Zeke Dixson 4, AJ Dixson 12, Mark Frazier 9, Gabe Lilly 4, Hayden Rose 6, Brady Gagnon 6, Reece Walling 8, Nick Baker 0, Cory Terell 0. Totals 26 (4) 18-23 74.

Hud.Bay 11 9 0 11—31

Prairie 23 24 17 10—74

JV — Prairie 56-29

C — Hudson’s Bay won

KELSO 71, MOUNTAIN VIEW 64

KELSO — Josh Webb 26, Gage Tippery 0, Rees Hall 20, Wyatt Brown, Ethan Mitchell 9, Drew Tack 6, Dillon Davis 0, Tanner Davis6, Ethan Moyer 0. Totals 28 (5) 10-22 71.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Colby Smith 10, Kai Christensen 3, Austin Lee 16, Mahkakri Bolds 2, Mason Wulf 9, Alec Cann 0, Jacob Martin 0, Ethan Blanchard 16, Dom Stephens 0, Preston Collins 2, Zion Cason 6. Totals 25 (5) 9-10 64.

Kelso 14 20 15 22—71

Mtn.View 16 24 15 9—64

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Columbia River (10-3) 6 0

Washougal (8-5) 4 2

Mark Morris (6-7) 2 3

Hockinson (5-8) 2 3

Woodland (7-7) 2 4

Ridgefield (8-6) 2 4

R.A. Long (6-7) 2 4

RIDGEFIELD 40, WOODLAND 39

R.A. LONG 60, WASHOUGAL 54

R.A. Long 12 21 12 15—60

Washougal 15 9 15 15—54

1A TRICO LEAGUE

W L

King’s Way Chr. (8-4) 3 0

Seton Catholic (8-6) 3 1

La Center (8-5) 2 1

Stevenson (5-8) 1 2

Columbia-WSalm. (2-10) 0 2

Castle Rock (7-6) 0 3

SETON CATHOLIC 76, STEVENSON 69

STEVENSON — Jackson Krog 0, Brady Hall 1, Jonathan Blackledge 21, Nick Nissen 3, Jesse Miller 12, Ethan Haight 10, Austin LaCombe 10, Bennett Wright 12, Corrin Wahto 0. Totals (22) 7 18-25 69.

SETON CATHOLIC — Kellen Ball 22, Luke Pitzer 5, Nolan Hannam 3, Gabe Anderson 9, Xavian Rushing 23, Andrew Olson 2, Zach Cowger 9, Griffin Young 3. Totals 25 (6) 20-35 76.

Stevenson 13 12 18 26—69

Seton 20 17 20 19—76

JV — Seton Catholic won

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN 56, LA CENTER 50

LA CENTER — Hunter Ball 10, Tobey Deemer 3, Parker Ball 2, Shawn Child 0, Evan Norris 11, Jeremy Humphrey 2, Riley Fender 0, Cedric Hubler 2, Hunter Ecklund 20. Totals 18-59 (5-24) 9-10 50.

KING’S WAY CHRISTIAN — Giovanni Evanston 0, Kobi Cason 10, Gage Koenders 6, Ty Snider 7, Mason Packer 0, Bryce Dodge 0, Kai Butterworth 6, Justin Frahm 0, Brady Metz 27, Bailey Meek 0, Sam Kelly 0. Totals 17-48 (12-24) 10-14 56.

La Center 7 14 11 18–50

King’s Way 17 14 8 17–56

2B CENTRAL VALLEY LEAGUE

THREE RIVERS CHRISTIAN 59, WASHINGTON SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 52

WSD (3-6, 1-4) — Ramon Varaja 0, Wylee Rogers 12, Osvaldo Cruz 0, Jose Ramirez 20, Jace Lewandowski 0, Juan Ramirez 18, Kevin Diaz 2, Kwabena White Star 0, Tye Gonzalez 0.

Three Rivers 17 12 16 14—59

WSD 17 12 14 9—52

NON-LEAGUE

Monday’s game

W.F. WEST 53, MARK MORRIS 48

WF WEST — Kayden Kelly 6, Carter McCoy 16, Cade Haller 17, Tyler Speck 12, Dirk Plakinger 2. Totals 20 (4) 9-13 53.

MARK MORRIS — Deacon Dietz 5, Kobe Parlin 0, Cole Busch 6, Rome Hendrickson 8, Jack Shipley 12, Jamison Watson 2, Ashton Harvey 15. Totals 20 (2) 6-9 48.

WF West 11 14 11 17—53

M. Morris 14 11 11 12—48

GIRLS BASKETBALL

4A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Skyview (11-4) 4 0

Camas (10-6) 3 1

Union (12-4) 2 2

Heritage (7-9) 1 3

Battle Ground (4-12) 0 4

CAMAS 72, BATTLE GROUND 22

BATTLE GROUND — Megan Geiger 2, Faith Prom 5, Marissa Maunu 0, Jenna Bergren 0, Mallory Meyer 8, Abby Beall 2, Danielle Arn 0, Lena Whitten 5, Emma Massie 0, Elizabeth Miller 0. Totals 8 (3) 3-4 22.

CAMAS — Haylie Johnson 6, Emma Rehrer 7, Kennady Broadbent 2, Anna Mooney 10, Avery Minich 3, Faith Bergstrom 16, Katelynn Forner 6, Ashley Bauer 12, Kyra Seggewiss 7. Totals 29 (7) 7-12 72.

Bat.Ground 4 7 8 3—22

Camas 23 12 20 17—72

SKYVIEW 54, UNION 52

SKYVIEW — Addie MacPherson 10, Mikelle Anthony 6, Alexis Perez 0, Madeline Hendricks 10, Ava Harman 1, Avery Wilson 4, Skyler Groesbeck 10, Kazz Parks 11, Jordan Hallett 2.

UNION — Lexi Raymore 8, Mason Oberg 14, Lolo Weatherspoon 12, Sydney Cowling 2, Abbey Kaip 8, Kaneyl Carpenter 0, Mackenzie Lewis 5, Sarah Litchford 1, Ariel Ammentorp 0.

Skyview 9 14 12 17—54

Union 8 11 17 16—52

JV — Skyview won.

3A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Prairie (8-6) 5 0

Hudson’s Bay (12-3) 4 1

Kelso (9-6) 3 2

Mountain View (5-10) 2 3

Evergreen (2-13) 1 4

Fort Vancouver (1-14) 0 5

EVERGREEN 41, FORT VANCOUVER 31

FORT VANCOUVER — Marcelina Contrera-Smith 0, Avery Rowe 0, Corah Williams 6, Gloria Winner 2, Mary Brown 8, Kailey Gonzalez 8, Reynolds 0, Paulina Jiminez-Francisco 7, Trinity Rice 0. Totals 12 (3) 4-13 31.

EVERGREEN — Vita Mikhel 3, Hillary Yoon 3, Keyonna Canda 4, Arrianna Walker 1, Coraleigh Speer 13, Uriah Gipson 0, Lilyanna Glenn 7, Brooke Bedlion 2, Taylor Demeter 0, Journey Brooks 3, Jazmine 5. Totals 13 (4) 8-12 41.

Fort 2 14 3 12—31

Evergreen 9 12 11 9—41

JV — Evergreen 29-21

C — Evergreen won

KELSO 73, MOUNTAIN VIEW 44

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Sydney Horton 3, Victoria Schnieder 2, Sara Ostergaard-Jeppesen 12, Ella Schoene 4, Abby Horton 3, Lauren DeLargy 6, Ari Pizone 3, Katelyn Henderson 7, Ellie Fleming 1, Mosea Addo 0, Mykala Preston 0, Jenna Carlson 3. Totals 15 (2) 11-19 44.

KELSO — Josie Ahrens 2, Alexis Kleven 28, Cooper Joy 10, Evermore Kaiser 12, Mati Ohlson 3, Natalie Fraley 12, Madison Harkins 6, Jaron Storie 0, KK Perez 0. Totals 29 (8) 5-6 73.

Mtn.View 8 15 8 13—44

Kelso 25 18 14 16—73

2A GREATER ST. HELENS LEAGUE

W L

Washougal (11-2) 6 0

Columbia River (11-3) 5 1

Woodland (10-4) 4 2

R.A. Long (7-7) 3 3

Hockinson (8-6) 2 4

Mark Morris (5-8) 1 5

Ridgefield (2-12) 0 6

HOCKINSON 50, MARK MORRIS 35

MARK MORRIS — Katie Troy 8, Mariah Bost 1, Lily Koski-Haase 5, Brooklyn Schlect 2, Emma Fisher 8, Erica Snyder 4, Jacie Rismoen 6, Madelyn Mejia 1. Totals 13 (1) 8-15 35.

HOCKINSON — Allie Seekins 6, Addie Chappelle 23, Delaney Chappelle 0, Abby Willette 1, Ellie Ritter 8, Lilly Leslie 2, Lillie Mueller 5, Cordelia Plymale 3, Kaylee Vernon 0, Lauren Schadt 2. Totals 22 (1) 5-18 50.

Mark Morris 5 4 14 12—35

Hockinson 10 18 7 15—50

JV — Hockinson won.

Monday’s games

WOODLAND 62, RIDGEFIELD 43

WOODLAND — Emily Hughes 1, Lucy George 13, Abigail Huston 0, Kaija Olson 3, Payten Foster 16, Sydney George 0, Kaily Christensen 8, DeZohnae Dodds 0, Kelly Sweyer 6, Kennedy Huesties 2, Jayden Roth 2, Nicole Guthrie 11. Totals 23 (4) 12-22 62.

RIDGEFIELD — Kellie O’Dell-Nguyen 0, Kelli Krsul 9, Josie Rinta 5, Annikka Hill 4, Leilani Starns 3, Courtney Beyer 10, Hailey Braunstein 2, Grace Goode 8, Mackenzie Dewey 0, Audrianne Chapman 0, Alyssa Dewey 2. Totals 12 (4) 15-23 43.

Woodland 13 16 19 14—62

Ridgefield 9 5 12 18—43

JV — Woodland, 53-25.

WASHOUGAL 69, R.A. LONG 46

WASHOUGAL — Chloe Johnson 7, Jaiden Bea 21,  Savea Mansfield 13, McKinley Stotts 4, Samantha Mederos 2, McKenna Jackson 3, Kailee Neyer 3, Skylar Bea 16. Totals (20) 8 17-23 69.

R.A. LONG — Miranda Lomax 32, Myah Bodily 0, Jadyn Terry 0, Makayla Jenkins 1, Maddie McCoy , Kailey Sirnio 9, Grace House 0, Maria Sheldon 0, Bobbi Clark 2, Jayla Clark 2. Totals 17 (6) 6-11 46.

Washougal 13 14 20 22—69

R.A. Long 14 13 10 9—46

JV — Washougal won.

NON-LEAGUE

Mondays game

W.F. WEST 51, KELSO 44

W.F. WEST — Maggie Vadala 4, Lexi Roberts 0, Makayla Mencke 5, Olivia Remund, Drea Brumfield 13, Kyla McCallum 3, Annika Waring 17, Tehani Henry 2, Taya McCallum 7. Totals 23 (4) 9-16 51.

KELSO — Alexis Kleven 6, Cooper Joy 7, Evermore Kaiser 6, Mati Ohlson 2, Natalie Fraley 17, Madison Harkins 2, KK Perez 4. Totals 23 (6) 2-3 44.

W.F. West 12 12 14 13—51

Kelso 6 9 18 11—44

GIRLS BOWLING

EVERGREEN 1905,
MOUNTAIN VIEW 1734

At Big Al’s

EVERGREEN — Teryn Stein 148-149, Alexis Clarke 139-149, Jessey Eichel 149-149, Kierra Wilcox 173-179, Kailee Wilcox 185-167. Baker games 150-174.

MOUNTAIN VIEW — Lauren Johnson 140-121, Camryn Biggs 137-134, Sierrah Kienitz 191-189, Maya Peterson 121-92, Mae Ocampo 159-157. Baker games 101-192.

R.A. LONG 1842, RIDGEFIELD 1639

At Triangle Lanes

RIDGEFIELD — Avaa Shibley 143-140, Marrissa Buttars 159-116, Natalie Smith 82-104, Ada Johnson 160-118, Maebry Kinswa 123-201. Baker games 134-159.

R.A. LONG — Kaydence Smith 138-136, Brooke Thill 160-146, Katie Lewder-Aberte 170-111, Precious Sprague 184-153, Kylee Newman 198-146. Baker games 161-139.

JV — Ridgefield 1218-1189.

Boys basketball: R.A. Long 60, Washougal 54
Author: The Columbian

Washougal rallied in the fourth quarter to get within 55-54 late, but visiting R.A. Long iced the game from the free-throw line and escaped with the 2A Greater St. Helens League victory on Tuesday.

R.A. LONG 60, WASHOUGAL 54

Individual scoring not reported

R.A. Long 12 21 12 15–60

Washougal 15 9 15 15–54

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