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Explosion Rocks Rhody, One Dead
Mystery still surrounds the deadly March 19 explosion at Milepost 48 of Hwy. 26 east of Rhododendron.

What is known is Jeffrey Roger Williams, 24, of Portland, was kill... Read more

Winter Flakes Out
Despite snowfall in the latter half of March, Mount Hood’s Snow Water Equivalent (SWE), a measure of the amount of water contained within the snowpack, remains close to a record low accordi... Read more

'The Bite' Set for No. 6
Bring an appetite, a love of art and music, and dig into the Sixth Annual The Bite of Mt. Hood.

Presented by the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce, the food, art auctio... Read more

Turin Turns a Shy Eye to the Camera
When Tony Turin separated from active military duty, setting up his family eye care business was his first goal.

March, 2014: mission accomplished.

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City Moves Forward with Urban Renewal Amendment
The City of Sandy is expected to create a substantial amendment to the city’s urban renewal plan sometime in early April, including feedback the city received during a public forum held Wed... Read more

FISH ON -- Chinook Salmon
There are many indications that in the past the Sandy River hosted huge runs of Chinook salmon. Of the five species of Pacific salmon, Chinooks are the best equipped to exploit highly fluctual, g... Read more

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

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