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Lead stories:
Eby era ends at Hoodland Fire District

Ten years ago this month, the Hoodland Fire District’s (HFD) board of directors named Mic Eby (serving as the acting fire chief) the district’s fire chief, shortly a... Read more

George Wilson ponders alternatives to BCC

In testimony before the Board of County Commissioners (BCC), Villages at Mt. Hood Chair George Wilson insisted the Mountain community was being ignored, and that he was consider... Read more

Community effort targets gun issues at Miller Quarry

For Warren Bates, living at the Mt. Hood RV Village should be idyllic, with its quiet, forested setting. But all too often, the sound of gunfire and explosives echo through the ... Read more

Art website looks to expand

Mountain resident Caryn Tilton retired five years ago, or really semi-retired as she kept a few clients and weaned herself from work. But as part of retirement, Tilton was final... Read more

Sandy City Manager resigns

City Manager Seth Atkinson tendered his resignation last month, following three years at Sandy City Hall.

Atkinson noted he accepted a job offer in a ... Read more

Shakeup at BCC; Mark Johnson keeps seat

The bitterly contested November election spurred Oregon and County voters to cast their ballots. Nearly three-fourths (74 percent) of eligible voters showed up countywide, toppe... Read more

The Lions (Club) Pride

As the Lions Club International celebrates its centennial, the local chapter focused in on helping youth this year and utilized proceeds from its annual Chili Cookoff to fund sc... Read more

Mountain residents rear their backs against county commissioners


The Mountain’s opposition to the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) grew exponentially throughout October.

... Read more

Jack Fletcher makes his way back from collision on Hwy. 26

Jack Fletcher walked on to the stage on Monday, Oct. 24 at Legacy Emmanuel Hospital. That feat alone could be seen as a miracle, but then Fletcher, 20, shares his story – ... Read more

Cedar Ridge sale agreement in place

The Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) and the City of Sandy made a splash heard ‘round Clackamas County in October, as the OTSD board of directors and city council both ... Read more

That’s a wrap! Hwy. 26 Safety Project completed

Drivers on Hwy. 26 might see some workers cleaning up along the shoulders as they travel to and from Government Camp in November, but the Oregon Department of Transportation&rsq... Read more

Blind tandem bike project shifts into fundraiser gear

The organized effort to initiate the Blind Tandem Cycling Project moved closer to reality during the month of October.

The Oral Hull Foundation, of Sa... Read more

A classroom of the students, by the students, for the students

Mountain resident Jillian Kyle has a tough decision this fall when it comes to electing her president, because, as she notes, both candidates are her really good friends. And wi... Read more

The Scene on Stage: ‘Hard-Knock’ musical at SHS

Sandy High School (SHS) drama instructor Tomi Griffin directed a production of “Annie, Jr.” ten years ago, leading her to do the full “Annie” musical thi... Read more

ODOT’s Hwy. 26 safety project to end this month

Contractors were expected to wrap up paving during the final week of September for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety ... Read more

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