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Resort links with Best Western
The Resort at the Mountain, spreading its wings globally, has joined one of the world’s largest hotel families – Best Western – and in doing so became the first Best Western Pre... Read more

Bachmann remains in Mexico prison
The fate of local resident Troy Bachmann has taken another turn, due to the vagaries of the Mexican criminal justice system.

Imprisoned since May in the notorious Venus... Read more

Blast season on Hwy. 26 done this year
The final blast of the season was expected to take place on the evening of Monday, Oct. 26, for Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Prese... Read more

Skibowl bike park expansion tested, will open in spring
Through the efforts of a funding grant from Clackamas County, the oversight of the Forest Service, and the commitment of Skibowl’s entire staff, the Bike Park just got bigger and better. Read more

Two sets on Villages board to be decided in December Town Hall
The November Town Hall meeting of the Villages at Mt. Hood is slated for 6 to 8 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 1, at The Resort at The Mountain. Topping the agenda is the public election for two open seats ... Read more

Welches students learn to 'Say Something'
At an assembly at the Welches School on Thursday, Oct. 22, as part of “Say Something Week,” students learned that in four out of five school shootings, the attacker told people of his... Read more

Winter is almost here and Timberline is ready
Mountain Times: In light of last season, we thought we’d check in with Timberline’s Jon Tullis about the coming ski season. Jon, how bad was last season? 
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Locked Up in Mexico
Former Welches resident Troy Bachmann, 48, has been held in the notorious Venustiano Carranza Prison in Tepic, Mexico since May 19, and is scheduled for trial in a Mexican court Oct. 12.
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Where There's Smoke ...
Smoke on the Mountain is a new business in the Hoodland community. At this point Smoke currently offers cigars, cigarettes, tobacco and marijuana pipes and accessories. 

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Death in Government Camp Called a Homicide
(MT) – A body discovered Sept. 24 in a white pickup in the parking lot of Trillium Lake Snowpark on Hwy. 26 is being investigated as a homicide following autopsy results from the Oregon Sta... Read more

School District Above State Averages
The Oregon Department of Education (ODE) released state assessment results from the 2014-15 school year, revealing students in the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) scored higher than the state... Read more

Fish On: October Caddis
Flies are meant to trick fish into believing that they are eating a live organism. Most flies are made to look like a specific organism that a certain species of fish is used to seeing and eating fro... Read more

Jimmy Came Marching Home
This is a story that would be told best by a classic fiction writer.

There’s just one problem.

It’s not fiction.

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Summer Bows Out; School Days Return
The calendar for the Welches Schools will be a little different for the 2015-16 school year, with one change impacting the entire school and another just the youngest students. 
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Resort Turns to Roasters in Coffee Deal
When Xiaoyan Yan – through his LLC – took over the Resort at the Mountain in July, he told The Mountain Times he was committed “to have good relations with locals.”
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