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'The Brightwood Stillness'
Mark Pomeroy wrote the first draft of “The Brightwood Stillness” when he was 27 years old. He’s now 45.
And now, his novel has been published by OSU Press.
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Town Hall: Candidates and the Dorman Center
More than 50 local residents filled the Trees Room at the Resort for the October Town Hall Meeting. 

They listened to political hopefuls make their final pitch for... Read more

Hwy. 26 Construction Takes Winter Break
October’s rain delayed restriping the construction area on Hwy. 26 as work concluded for this year for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway... Read more

Negotiations to Start on Sale of Cedar Ridge
An appraisal of the Cedar Ridge Middle School campus, performed by Integra Realty Resources in Portland for the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD), valued the property at $3.4 million, including... Read more

MOUNTAIN WILD: Nuts n Squirrels
They don’t get much respect, but they don’t give much either.

They can be shooed away, but they’ll come right back.

They&rs... Read more

Maintaining Recreation Sites and Protecting the Watershed
A concerted effort is underway to shift the focus of land management in Mt. Hood National Forest (MHNF) from logging to watershed health, wildlife habitat and recreation.

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Improvement Abound as Skibowl Preps for Season
Besides the normal off-season preventive maintenance and sprucing up, several larger projects guarantee a positive impact for this winter’s visitors to Mt. Hood Skibowl.

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Ambassadors Offer a Student Voice
Last month, 10 students from Welches Middle School ventured up to Sandy High to hear a speaker discuss technology and how it interacts with their brains – both the benefits and the detrimen... Read more

Hillside Crumbles as Contractors Blast Rock on Hwy. 26
Three explosions, one of which was a test, rang out over the Mountain in September as part of the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Pre... Read more

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