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The Bite of Mt. Hood is a culinary cornucopia

The Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce’s Bite of Mt. Hood has offered an evening of some of the most fantastic fare since it began seven years ago. But the event is not jus... Read more

Residents up in arms over RV park proposal

A 99-unit RV park in Brightwood is on the county docket for a hearing to approve on April 7. But there is a concerted effort by local residents to foil that plan.

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Blasting on Hwy. 26 to start after delays

Reminiscent of last year, spring snows delayed early work on the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Proje... Read more

Darcy Lais newest fire district board member

The Hoodland Fire District’s (HFD) board of directors welcomed a new member on Sunday, March 13, when Darcy Lais was sworn in.

Lais, who has liv... Read more

Welches try in ‘Battle of the Books’ just the first chapter

As first-time participants in the 2016 Oregon Battle of the Books, where teams of students from various schools read books and answer questions about them to earn points, elemen... Read more

Sandy High snow sports teams end seasons on high note

(MT) – The season came to an end for the Sandy High snowboard team at Mt. Hood Meadows March 12.

The OISA state championships played host to 24 ... Read more

Bachmann freed from Mexico prison

As soon as Troy Bachmann stepped on American soil, he knelt and kissed the ground.

It was 10:30 in the morning, Feb. 1. It was the Welches resident&r... Read more

County presses restart button on Villages board

The Villages at Mt. Hood, an advisory board to Clackamas County, has been left without a board of directors following the resignation of three members and the dismissal of three... Read more

Hwy. 26 safety project enters final season

Workers may be out as early as mid-March for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project,” now e... Read more

Sandy High School offers one-act showcase

Sandy High School (SHS) sophomore Carl Nelson may be in his first year of theater, but he’s not shy about finding ways to be involved. As part of the school’s upcomi... Read more

Kevin Frank named Hoodland’s Firefighter of the Year

Hoodland Fire District’s Kevin Frank gained a reputation quickly since he joined the ranks of firefighters three years ago. The Brightwood resident is up each morning to g... Read more

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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