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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

Learning Center to Open in August
The Hoodland Women’s Club made good on its promise to contribute to the community in the wake of its foiled attempt at creating a new community center.
Out of the ashes rises the ... Read more

Mountain Wild: BEAVER
Our forest community is host to the American beaver and mountain beaver. The former is the largest rodent in North America – top logging weight averaging 40 pounds – while the latter ... Read more

'Bite' Money Serves the Community
More than 1,000 people attended the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce’s “Bite of Mt. Hood” in April, according to the chamber president Coni Scott, but it turns out the event di... Read more

School Adds Two Administrators
The Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) announced the hiring of Rachael George as the new principal of Sandy Grade School. George is the second new administrator to join the district this summer,... Read more

School Adds Two Administrators
The Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) announced the hiring of Rachael George as the new principal of Sandy Grade School. George is the second new administrator to join the district this summer,... Read more

Food, Art and Music Feed the Soul
When Studebakers ruled the road, and apple pies cooled on window sills, mom and pop run corner stores displayed pesticide-free fresh fruits and vegetables where granny wandered the aisles seeking... Read more

Mountain Trio 'Escape' From Alcatraz
During the Nixon administration (the night of June 12, 1962) Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers attempted an escape from Alcatraz. It is unknown whether they succeeded or not, but it is doubtfu... Read more

Boulder Timber Sale Put On Hold
At a Tuesday, June 17 meeting, the Clackamas County Commissioners decided to give County Forester Dan Green a month to negotiate a possible sale of part of a 180-acre section known as the Boulder... Read more

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