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Rescue Units Save 23, One Man Swept Away
A bolt of lightning, a clap of thunder, and a killer cloudburst fell on the Sandy River at Ramona Falls just before 3 p.m. Aug. 12.

The river level rose immediately, co... Read more

Hwy. 26 Blasting Expected Early This Month
Blasting of rock faces on Hwy. 26 for the “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project” did not occur in late August, as expected, but was set to begin in the first week ... Read more

Mountain Artisans Launch New Website
A common take on artisans is they are a madcap group of disorganized genius.

Lynette Xanders, of Brightwood, and a merry band of Mountain artists are brushing that noti... Read more

Boulder Timber Sale Moves Forward
At a July 29 meeting, Clackamas County Commissioners voted 4-0 (one excused) to decline an offer by Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC) to purchase approximately 140 acres out of a larger 340 acre p... Read more

Boulder Timber Sale Moves Forward
At a July 29 meeting, Clackamas County Commissioners voted 4-0 (one excused) to decline an offer by Western Rivers Conservancy (WRC) to purchase approximately 140 acres out of a larger 340 acre p... Read more

Sandy Residents Show Support for Pool
A survey conducted by Moore Information for the City of Sandy between July 14 and 22 revealed a total of 82 percent of respondents believe the continued operation of the Olin Y. Bignall Aquatic C... Read more

Mountain Wild: BEARS
Black bears are not always black. Often, they are brown, blonde, and sometimes cinnamon. But all bears that roam our Mountain community are black bears. If you’re still confused, just ca... Read more

Mountain Resident Takes Bucket Challenge
Jean Ludeman, of Welches, took the ice bucket challenge with good humor and a serious desire to raise money for research in the battle against Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS, also known as Lo... Read more

Traffic Slows, Construction Gains Speed on Hwy. 26
The Oregon Department of Transportation began work on the “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project” last month, establishing a temporary work zone, reducing traffic t... Read more

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