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THE BIG DIG: Season 2
Work is expected to resume April 1 on Hwy. 26 as part of the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project,” which will ... Read more

Water Coalition Goes 'Mutual'
When a tree fell in the forest back in November of 2009, it’s safe to say it was heard.

The 85-foot Douglas fir slammed into the Rhododendron water treatment plan... Read more

Sandy Shows Support for Broadband
The City of Sandy started its municipal internet service provider, known as SandyNet, in 2003 and is now in the middle of upgrading to a fiber optic network. 

But ... Read more

Fish On: The Deschutes
You are waist deep in the riffle, the shadows and reflections of the basalt ramparts above turn the water golden brown. The fly rides in the surface film under light tension, the long rod balance... Read more

Welches Student 'Jets' to Spelling Bee
Welches sixth grader Madison Bowling put in a lot of practice time with her dad before the school’s second annual spelling bee, held Wednesday, Feb. 11 (sponsored by the district’s Ta... Read more

National Forest Lauded for 'Wild' Work
Leanne Veldhuis, Special Uses Program Manager for the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF), noted that before the recently released movie “Wild” got to film scenes around Mount Hood, the... Read more

Rhody Bridge Awaits its Fate
The future of the swinging bridge in Rhododendron sways in the balance, awaiting a decision by the federal government on a grant application that was expected to be filed Jan. 30 – just after pr... Read more

Nick Miller Named Firefighter of the Year
When Nick Miller first joined the Hoodland Fire District as a volunteer in 2001, he was an “un-corralled, wild kid with a lot of energy and enthusiasm,” according to Fire Chief Mic Eb... Read more

Medford Skier Dies at Skibowl
New Year’s Eve brought great sadness to Skibowl when a skier died during a night skiing accident. 

At approximately 8:30 p.m., ski patrol was notified that Brian Flet... Read more

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