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Stanford Hotel group takes over The Resort

The Resort at the Mountain has bounced between new owners three times inside six months: from Coastal Hotels, to Y Hospitality RATM LLC and now the newest entry, Stanford Oregon... Read more

Hoodland’s first marijuana dispensary opens

Smoke on the Mountain opened its doors on Friday, Jan. 22, making it the first marijuana dispensary in the Hoodland community.

An online application f... Read more

Hoodland community bids farewell to Bob Reeves

Family, friends, community members, representatives from approximately 11 fire districts, county commissioners, state legislators and more gathered at the Mount Hood RV Village ... Read more

Court of Appeals slaps down suit

In the appeal of a lawsuit against public participation, the Ninth Circuit Court has ruled against the plaintiff (Kip O’Connor et al.) in a Dec. 24, 2015, decision.

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Cedar Ridge assessment next step before sale

The City of Sandy is expected to award a bid for a company to perform a Phase 1 Environmental Assessment on the Cedar Ridge Middle School campus at the city council meeting on M... Read more

A slice of Sicily served up on Mount Hood

Two years ago, Stephen Ferruzza closed his restaurant, Al Forno Ferruzza, in Portland after a pipe burst and flooded it. But in the wake of that crisis, Ferruzza found an opport... Read more

Undetermined cause for fire at The Resort

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) announced an undetermined cause to the three-alarm fire that hit building four at The Resort at The Mountain on Wednesday, Dec. 30, following an... Read more

The Wait is Over, at Long Last - SNOW

The massive storm that hit Oregon mid-December has brought the glorious snowpack back.

Timberline and Skibowl were in full swing for the holiday season as a winter wond... Read more

County Approves Marijuana Land Use Regulations
The Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) approved marijuana land use regulations at the Thursday, Dec. 17 business meeting by a vote of four to one, with Commissioner Paul Savas c... Read more

Villages at Mt. Hood Voting Results Invalidated
Election results for two board positions in the Villages at Mt. Hood town hall meeting, held Dec. 1 at The Resort at The Mountain were invalidated by the county later in the month, citing electio... Read more

ODOT to Add Sign Advisory Technology Around Mount Hood
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will add RealTime signs to areas around Mount Hood, including Hwy. 26, Hwy. 35 and Timberline Road, with construction beginning in late 2016. The si... Read more

Troy Bachmann Continues to Await His Fate
The fate of Troy Bachmann remains cloudy, at best. His prison quarters have improved, but the rickety wheels of Mexican justice creek along.

Bachmann has languished in ... Read more

Mountain Musician Turns Mount Hood’s Solitude into Songs
After years of playing music with various bands, including gigs with Blue Mountain Groove, Sound Scope and the Midnight Spaghetti & the Chocolate G-Strings, Eric Kallio landed a job running t... Read more

Why I Became a Firefighter: First Person From a First Responder
I didn’t know when I became a firefighter that showing up on someone’s worst day of his or her life would make me feel honorable. If I can make someone’s day better or easier or less... Read more

Wild Weather Wreaks Havoc in Hoodland
At one point when the winds whipped and the storm was at its strongest as it hit tahe mountain on Tuesday, Nov. 17, responders from the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) had to juggle seven calls at t... Read more

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