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Lead stories:
Rhododendron at a crossroads as it turns 100

Steve Graeper, President of the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO), first came to Rhododendron in 1953, the year of his birth. His family bought a Steiner cabin (built in 1932) ... Read more

County seeks comments on proposed rental regulations

After several months of development process involving County Board of Commissioners deliberation and public opinion gathering, draft regulations for short-term rentals (STR) in unincorporated... Read more

Search for Deputy Fire Chief restarts

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) will restart its search for a Deputy Fire Chief after only two candidates submitted applications for the position in the initial search. The district needed a... Read more

Wildwood development moves forward

Mountain residents and visitors have a limited window to submit comments to the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) regarding the potential development of the Wildwood Recreation Area, with the d... Read more

Mt. Hood Yarn and Wool a crafty addition

Mt. Hood Yarn and Wool presented an exciting new option for mountain crafters with the shop’s grand opening on Dec. 5. Jen Andersen’s decidedly modern store is filled floor to cei... Read more

Scoping period opens for timber harvest

The official scoping period opened for the Zigzag Integrated Resource Project, consisting of two timber harvests in the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF) scheduled to take place in 2020, was ... Read more

Sandy High graduate comes home as the new chef at Mallardís

For foodies craving heaping helpings of comfort classics that give a serious nod to nostalgia, Michael Junker is the chef for you. Growing up in Sandy and as a graduate of Sandy High School, Ju... Read more

The curtain rises on the holiday season

The Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company’s (NNB) December offering of “Every Christmas Story Ever Told! (And Then Some!),” by Michael Carleton, James FitzGerald and John K. Alvarez, h... Read more

Zigzag District timber harvest planned for 2020

The Zigzag Ranger District will hold an open house from 6-8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 to offer the public a chance to learn about the Zigzag Integrated Resource Project, consisting of two timber ... Read more

Program seeing results in preventing youth suicide

Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office has seen a promising response in preventing youth suicide through its three-year partnership with SafeOregon, an anonymous school safety tip program. <... Read more

Holiday Block Party offers produce and crafts

Based on the success of a Harvest Market held in late October, Lauren Carusona will offer a Holiday Block Party from noon to 8:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 8, in the Hoodland Shopping Center, includi... Read more

Tips to keep safe during the winter

(MT) – Even though the wildfire season is over and winter is imminent, the threat of fire remains – home heating fires. And winter also brings risks when people are out, including... Read more

Artisanís market returns

Heidi Flanders, Recreation Director for the Mt. Hood Village RV Resort, hopes that December’s Mt. Hood Artisan’s Market can offer local artists a safe environment to show off thei... Read more

Welches students Ďdrumí up a lesson

On Friday, Nov. 8, students at Welches Middle School took to the stage to tell the story of how rock is eroded in a river and turns into pebbles. The performance was not conveyed through acting... Read more

2020 to bring construction and traffic on Hwy. 26

Mount Hood area residents and visitors can expect traffic congestion and delays on Hwy. 26 during the late spring and summer of 2020 as a result of Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) co... Read more

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