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For Josie Dockery, Riding is a Barrel of Fun
A little more than 18 months ago, Josie Dockery was first introduced to horses during a sleepover at a friend’s house. At the time, Dockery, now a sixth grader at Welches Middle School, too... Read more

Hoodland Library is on the Move
The Hoodland Library is packing up its books and moving across the street.

The library has finalized plans to take over space in the Welches Mountain Center July 1. Read more

A 'Flood' of Memories
Residents of Mount Hood share their homes with the dynamic forces of the Mountain, including occasions when area rivers forge paths outside their normal banks. 

Bu... Read more

District Welcomes New Firefighters
We’re all a little safer now.

The ranks of the Hoodland Fire Department welcomed a pair of new firefighter/paramedics, Evan Jarvis and Andy Figini.

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Fish On
The Sandy River in northwestern Oregon is undoubtedly one of the best maintained urban rivers in the world. 
Recent management emphasis has been to maintain many parts of the Sandy... Read more

50 Years Ago: Destruction by Roaring Rivers
Fifty years ago this month, Oregon – and in particular the Mountain community – experienced a flood that few had seen before and none have seen since. The “100-year” flood... Read more

Bad Potty Habits Initiate CPO Response
Spurred by a flurry of emails that rained down from the area, the Rhododendron CPO seized the initiative.

At their Nov. 22 meeting, the CPO members discussed what actio... Read more

Mountain Wild: CROWS
Imagine a devoted parent able to speak to his or her child, communicating in perfect speech patterns, often even in several dialects, regarding the dangers and misfortunes that await them as they grow... Read more

Art Exhibit Features Local Artist
The Wy’East Artisans Guild and the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce will hold an art exhibit “Northwest Impressions” featuring the work of Welches artist Steve Ludeman.
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