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Govy Fire Claims Condo
This was not the golden reminder that the Government Camp condominium intended.

The Golden Poles erupted in flames early Monday, April 20, prompting a three-alarm respo... Read more

Reeves Retires from Villages Board
Bob Reeves was there when it all began.

Now, the venerable chair of the Villages at Mt. Hood, is stepping down.

“Any time a person can ... Read more

Govy Fire Station Renovations Will Start Soon
The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) has received funds from Clackamas County and will shortly begin the process to hire an architect and general contractor to renovate the Government Camp fire stati... Read more

Weather Delays Work on Hwy. 26
Winter’s lower snowfall seemed like a boon for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) scheduled restarting of the “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project&... Read more

Explosion Rocks Rhody, One Dead
Mystery still surrounds the deadly March 19 explosion at Milepost 48 of Hwy. 26 east of Rhododendron.

What is known is Jeffrey Roger Williams, 24, of Portland, was kill... Read more

Winter Flakes Out
Despite snowfall in the latter half of March, Mount Hood’s Snow Water Equivalent (SWE), a measure of the amount of water contained within the snowpack, remains close to a record low accordi... Read more

'The Bite' Set for No. 6
Bring an appetite, a love of art and music, and dig into the Sixth Annual The Bite of Mt. Hood.

Presented by the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce, the food, art auctio... Read more

Turin Turns a Shy Eye to the Camera
When Tony Turin separated from active military duty, setting up his family eye care business was his first goal.

March, 2014: mission accomplished.

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City Moves Forward with Urban Renewal Amendment
The City of Sandy is expected to create a substantial amendment to the city’s urban renewal plan sometime in early April, including feedback the city received during a public forum held Wed... Read more

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