The Canby Now Podcast
Episode 174: What’s the Harms?

Episode 174: What’s the Harms?

May 27, 2020

News and More: Playgrounds at Canby parks are open! Psych. A Canby-based construction firm was a lifeline to many locally owned restaurants during the Covid-19 shutdown. And, I guess, rocks have babies now? Everything in so different in the coronavirus days.

Canby Conversation: Olivia Harms jokes that she never had much choice in her career as a singer-songwriter. Her mother, country legend Joni Harms, presented her on stage at a concert when she was only two days old. Now, she's back from a recent trip to Nashville, where she finally recorded her latest album — a project she has been working on for the better part of three years.

After the Break: The telephone is an invention we've all been appreciating quite a bit more during the stay-home orders of the past couple months. On Canby Then, we begin our look at the history of the town's telephone service — one that dates all the way back to 1904.

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Episode 173: Just a Phase

Episode 173: Just a Phase

May 24, 2020

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.

Canby Conversation: Canby has officially entered phase 1 of reopening from the Covid-19 shutdowns, and Canby Area Chamber of Commerce Director Kyle Lang joins us to predict what that might look like. Spoiler alert: It's going to look a little different for pretty much everybody. Face masks may not be required, but patience will be.

After the Break: The Canby Now Podcast takes a moment to honor and remember our nation's heroes. Thank you for your service and sacrifice. Happy Memorial Day.

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Episode 172: The Bad Flu

Episode 172: The Bad Flu

May 20, 2020

News and More: Canby School District voters have passed a 20-year, $75 million bond measure to repair and improve schools, increase security and upgrade technology. Clackamas County has applied for Phase 1 reopening. An employee at the Safeway grocery store in Molalla has tested positive for Covid-19.

Canby Conversation: Canby has seen 29 confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus, according to the Oregon Health Authority. One of them was Katerina Wert, who shares her experience today. Covid-19 was like a bad case of the flu, she said, which also gave her pneumonia: Definitely something to take seriously, but not something to be afraid of.

After the Break: Today, Canby's modern pump system generates more than 8 million gallons of water per day — and more than 20 million complaints (during the summer months anyway). But, how did it come to be? A look back at the town's waterworks — and the "Father of Irrigation" we have to thank for it, on Canby Then.

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Episode 171: Face (Mask) the Music

Episode 171: Face (Mask) the Music

May 17, 2020

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.

Canby Conversation: Bob Oblack and a group of like-minded Molalla residents are giving new meaning to the phrase "playing in the park." Their Pianos in the Park program pairs unwanted pianos with creative artists to create unique musical additions to public spaces — and it may be coming soon to a park near you.

After the Break: Canby Mayor Brian Hodson reflects on the state of the human condition and the divisions in our midst, which he declines to blame on the media (thank you) or even the government. 

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Episode 170: Bond, School Bond

Episode 170: Bond, School Bond

May 13, 2020

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 old library might be turned into a bar and arcade.

Canby Conversation: On Feb. 26, the Canby School Board voted to place a 20-year, $75 million bond issue on the ballot for the May primary. Two days later, Oregon’s first case of the novel coronavirus was confirmed, and the state has never been the same. On the Canby Conversation today, an edited version of a local media availability with board member Sara Magenheimer, discussing what has changed with regard to the bond, and why it still matters.

After the Break: Speaking of stuff that matters, that electricity is pretty great, eh? On Canby Then, we look at the history of electricity in Canby, including the time almost the entire city went back to using oil lamps, to protest prices so high that the local newspaper — unironically — compared them to the American revolution.

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Episode 169: Bummer Days

Episode 169: Bummer Days

May 10, 2020

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 them.

Canby Conversation: Breaking news: this summer is going to be a bummer. Joining us on the Canby Conversation today is Jason Fellman, co-owner and co-organizer of Harefest, and a concert promoter and musician. He tells us how the coronavirus has devastated the complicated ecosystem that is the live entertainment industry, and how you can help.

After the Break: This summer will at least still include one of our favorite pastimes: complaining about the town's drinking water. Algae that blooms in the Molalla River each year are the source of frequent concerns. John Runyon and Jason Faucera, of the Molalla River Water Drinking Water Project, tell us why it happens and what can be done to fix it.

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Episode 168: A Safer Place

Episode 168: A Safer Place

May 6, 2020

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 Conversation: Isolation may be key to mitigating the spread of COVID-19, but it can also help create the ideal circumstances for domestic violence to thrive. Melissa Erlbaum, of Clackamas Women's Services, tells us how to spot the warning signs, the local resources that are available and what you can do to help.

After the Break: We check in with our friends in Molalla, who honored first responders and local essential workers this week with a special program called "Piano in the Park." And we learn about Edward Richard Sprigg Canby, the little-known Civil War general the entire town and most everything in it is named after.

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Episode 167: Brick It to Me

Episode 167: Brick It to Me

May 3, 2020

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 last month were for patients with symptoms consistent with Covid-19.

Canby Conversation: Everything is, well, not exactly awesome at Bricks & Minifigs in Canby, the flagship location of the nation’s largest chain of specialty retailers that buys, sells, and trades new & used LEGO sets, minifigs and bulk pieces. But owner David Thornton and his staff have continued to soldier on with their trademark creativity and positive attitude. What else can they do? It's not just for them; it's for the kids. Website. Facebook. Instagram.

After the Break: We continue our series looking at how the coronavirus pandemic are impacting different segments of our community, with a check-in on the parents of Canby High School seniors. What would it be like to watch your kid run a marathon, only to be told you can't cheer for them at the end? These parents could tell you. 

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Episode 166: LET ME OUTTA HERE!

Episode 166: LET ME OUTTA HERE!

April 29, 2020

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.

Canby Conversation: Mental health is the focus of the Canby Conversation today, as we approach another month of the coronavirus era — and all the fear, uncertainty and isolation it has brought. Kayla Smith, of Western Psychological & Counseling Services, and Dr. Amanda Watters, of Neurotherapeutic Pediatric Therapies, explain what's happening in our brains and those of our children. And they offer a few simple tips to help you cope and maybe, you know, not bust through that wall right now.

After the Break: Francke's daughter, Ellie, explains what's happening with the "cuh-woan-uh vi-wuss." (It was her birthday, we had to let her do it.) Also, on Canby Then, we're revisiting some of our favorite stories from Canby's early history, in honor of the city's 150th anniversary this year.

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Episode 165: A Reopen Question

Episode 165: A Reopen Question

April 26, 2020

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 disadvantaged renters, workers and small businesses.

Canby Conversation: The idea of reopening an economy ravaged by the Covid-19 shutdown has risen to the forefront of discussion recently. Today, we host a far-ranging discussion on this topic between the mayors of two neighboring communities, Canby and Oregon City. Mayors Hodson and Holladay have — perhaps — differing views of the threat posed by the novel coronavirus, but very similar frustrations with the state's seeming lack of responsiveness to the challenges facing their communities — and hundreds of others across Oregon.

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Episode 164: Doctor’s Orders

Episode 164: Doctor’s Orders

April 22, 2020

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 Conversation: We welcome back Dr. Erin Walker, of the Canby Clinic, to ask how the coronavirus pandemic has impacted her little naturopathic primary care clinic in downtown Canby. In some ways, things are better than ever. After all: She probably wouldn't have become a doctor if she didn't like taking care of sick people. 

After the Break: Speaking of medicine, some say laughter is the best one, and that includes Tim Austen, of Austen's Body Shop. We ask about his philosophy of trying to find the humor in hard times. We also talk about toilet paper. A lot. And we look back on some historical bear attacks from around Oregon, because why the heck not.

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Episode 163: Church for the Quarantined

Episode 163: Church for the Quarantined

April 19, 2020

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: What does church look like when all the churches are empty? In some ways, it's better than ever, according to Pastor Jeff Jennings, of Canby Bethany Church. One of his concerns has been people's emotional health amid isolation, which was the inspiration behind the church's new Facebook Live Q&A series, Comfort for the Quarantined.

After the Break: Pastor Tim Davis, of Christ the King Community Church, is a germaphobe who can't wait to hug everybody. He tells us about his own experiences doing church from his living room, including the rise of the online greeters. Finally, we document what it's like being a teacher in the COVID era.

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Episode 162: Nothing But Net

Episode 162: Nothing But Net

April 15, 2020

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 in March.

Canby Conversation: In a time of great uncertainty and economic strain, many folks are in need of two things: food and dignity. The Canby Center strives to provide both, and is part of a critical safety net for the area's most vulnerable. Executive Director Ray Keen tells the story of how his little nonprofit quickly transformed into a highly efficient machine dedicated to one goal: Keeping Canby fed.

After the Break: Canby Farmers Market Director Alexis Purcell shares changes in store for this year's market, including a drive-through service from 8-10 a.m. And on Canby Then, stories from the last time Canby suffered the impacts of a global pandemic, during the deadly outbreak of Spanish flu in 1918.

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Episode 161: Hope on Wheels

Episode 161: Hope on Wheels

April 12, 2020

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 Conversation: The coronavirus has caused many organizations to change the way they provide services to the community, perhaps none morseo than the Canby Adult Center, which not only has seen increased demand but also serves a much more vulnerable population. In today's episode, Director Kathy Robinson tells us what she's thankful for.

After the Break: There are few whose month of April is looking more different from what they expected than Bethany Zito, of B's Bake Shoppe, which had hoped to open at the Dahlia this month. Instead, she's kept a positive attitude and is delivering her freshly baked breads and pretzels on demand. Order yours by email at bzbakeshoppe@gmail.com.

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Episode 160: Take Me Out Tonight

Episode 160: Take Me Out Tonight

April 8, 2020

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, owner of the Wild Hare Saloon, saw the writing on the wall a few days early. Since then, she and her staff have been trying to navigate this strange new world as best they can. In this episode, we ask how a couple of the town's favorite gathering places have been doing, in a time when gathering is no longer around.

After the Break: Matt Morrissey and the new Wayward Sandwiches were just hitting their stride when the coronavirus pandemic served up a curveball. We ask about his favorite quarantine food, and if he's had time to whip up a new recipe for peanut butter and tuna fish yet. (Spoiler alert: No.)

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Episode 159: Life in the Fast Lang

Episode 159: Life in the Fast Lang

April 5, 2020

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 Conversation: The coronavirus pandemic is first and foremost a public health crisis, but it's also having a severe impact on the economy and many small and local businesses. We ask Canby Area Chamber Director Kyle Lang what resources are available for businesses and workers

After the Break: Easter Sunday is one of many things that will look a lot different in the Year of COVID, but Canby Foursquare Church is determined to make sure this season of hope still has room for a bit of fun, as well. It's an Easter Egg Hunt Without the Hunt, and it's happening this Friday and Saturday.

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Episode 158: TACO TUESDAY!

Episode 158: TACO TUESDAY!

April 1, 2020

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 academic year.

Canby Conversation: For one crazy day each week, Chapala Express makes enough tacos to feed a small army. Instead, they feed Canby. It's known as Taco Tuesday, and on today's episode, owner Carmen Velasquez tells us how it happens. (Editor's note: This interview was recorded at Chapala Express a few weeks ago, when Chapala was still open for sit-in dining, and life was a little less crazy.)

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157: Talking Bigfoot

157: Talking Bigfoot

March 29, 2020

News and More: Just when you thought things couldn't get any worse, the state fire marshal decides Oregonians should start pumping their own gas. Local leaders plead for Canby residents to stay home and save lives. What will school look like, now that "spring break" is over? We've got the scoop.

Canby Conversation: The Oregon Bigfoot Festival and Beyond is coming to Canby, it just won't happen this year. We talked with J.C. and Katie Mercer about their amazing festival, and decision to move to the Clackamas County Fairgrounds, last month. Since then, literally everything has changed. Except our love of Bigfoot. It's going to take way more than one little pandemic to change that.

After the Break: Singer/songwriter Jessi La Main's not one to let a little thing like, you know, all her gigs being canceled stop her from bringing joy to others. Find out the story behind corona caroling — the new social trend that's sweeping the nation.

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Episode 156: Mr. Tony

Episode 156: Mr. Tony

March 25, 2020

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 fight against COVID-19.

Canby Conversation: "Do you have a cowboy hat, Mr. Tony?" Indeed, Tony Crawford does. The longtime Canby schoolteacher is currently living far away from Canby, but his beloved town is not far from his heart. Today, on the Canby Now Podcast: "Mr. Tony" calls in from Cairo, Egypt.

After the Break: A heroic St. Bernard and a bonfire of the pornography: We're continuing our look back at some of our favorite stories from the history of the Canby Fire District, on Canby Then

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Episode 155: For the Scheer Fun of It

Episode 155: For the Scheer Fun of It

March 22, 2020

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 and uncertainty, take comfort in stories like the one we hear today. The Scheer family has endured much hardship in the past almost-150 years, and they're still here. They've survived it all with hard work, perseverance, faith, love and, you know, the occasional sneaked cigarette.

After the Break: How about some good news? I think we could all use it. DirectLink has waived late fees and joined the Keep Americans Connected Pledge, Canby Area Transit is now fare-less, Swan Island Dahlias is selling tulips (for a very good reason) and the Corona Carolers are making the best of a bad situation.

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