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John Ingrao resigns as Hoodland Fire Chief

John Ingrao resigned as the Hoodland Fire District Fire Chief, effective July 31. Ingrao had served as the Fire Chief since January 2017 but had been placed on administrative le... Read more

County holds listening session on race issues

In response to the civil rights moment sweeping the nation following the death of George Floyd, Clackamas County Commissioners showed they want to listen and learn from resident... Read more

Wildfire season hits close to home with White River Fire

A wildfire started by lightning was discovered on Monday, Aug. 17 approximately 13 miles southeast of Government Camp in the White River drainage near Forest Road 48. Early esti... Read more

Coffee House 26 offers hand with water drive

When Amber Ford, owner of Welches coffee and book shop Coffee House 26, heard about the water crisis in Warm Springs she knew she wanted to raise awareness and provide assistanc... Read more

Local quilter misses out on show thanks to coronavirus

A blue and white quilt, titled “Polar Vortex,” created by Welches resident Jean Ludeman took a trip to Paducah, Ken. this year. Unfortunately, Ludeman did not.

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Future of backup well uncertain for Welches Water Company

At the Saturday, Aug. 22 annual meeting of the Welches Water Company, held over Zoom, president Ray Miller noted the non-profit, which serves 130 households, could not resolve p... Read more

Welches students begin school year with distance learning

Schools across Oregon sent students home in March for the coronavirus epidemic, first for a few weeks, then for more than a month and finally for the remainder of the school yea... Read more

'Peaceful Vistas' mural returns to its former glory

Roger Cooke’s 1993 mural, “Peaceful Vistas,” has offered the inspiring image of a pioneer wagon train to passersby on Meinig Avenue between Proctor Blvd. and P... Read more

Community survey highlights future options for Rhododendron

A recent community-wide online survey for the “Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopment Plan” revealed a community desire for safer highway conditions for pedestr... Read more

Community survey highlights future options for Rhododendron

A recent community-wide online survey for the “Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopment Plan” revealed a community desire for safer highway conditions for pedestr... Read more

'Bite' proceeds to help boost area businesses

One of the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce’s most popular events, the Bite of Mount Hood, will have an immediate impact despite not being held since 2017. The organizati... Read more

El Burro Loco rides into a new era

Marc Accuardi, one of the new owners of El Burro Loco, described himself as an “Italian chef that fell in love with Oaxaca food,” thanks to his experience in Mexico.... Read more

Aunt B's Bakery ready to roll

Belinda Torres worked long nights behind the scenes as the Dragonfly Bakery’s master baker for the last two years. Now she is making good on her long-standing agreement wi... Read more

10 Years Ago: Sustainability at Timberline

Timberline boasts 'gold standard sustainability'

Sustainable Travel International bestowed on Timberline Lodge and Ski Area the honor... Read more

Welches Walk delivers Mountainís message: Black Lives Matter

Approximately 150 people came out on Saturday, June 13 for Welches Walks for Racial Justice, joining cities across the country and around the world in a peaceful demonstration in the wake of th... Read more

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