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Mountain cleanup braves COVID and snow

More than fifty volunteers put on warm layers and protective masks to help clean up Summit Ski area and Government Camp on Saturday, Oct. 24, despite steady snow and social dist... Read more

Traditions face challenges as pandemic enters holiday season

Community efforts to help those in need during the holiday season have had to adjust due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, resulting in changes to how they are done or, in th... Read more

County to finalize short term rental regulations by 2021

The Clackamas Board of County Commissioners (BCC) renewed efforts to complete the long-delayed short-term/vacation rental (STR) regulations for unincorporated Clackamas County a... Read more

'Meet and greet' scheduled for Fire Chief candidates

Nine applicants submitted materials to the Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO) by the deadline of Friday, Oct. 16, forming the pool from which a new Fire Chief will b... Read more

Chamber partners with county to spur business recovery

Following their earlier efforts to help Mountain businesses during the pandemic, the Mt.Hood Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Clackamas County’s Economic Develo... Read more

Resident program makes positive impact in Government Camp

Dawson Kooch, Brandon Bergeron, Matt Garcia and Lucas Staples have been thrown into the fire – figuratively speaking – in their early days with the Hoodland Fire Dis... Read more

County's property tax revenues continues growth in 2020

(MT) – Property tax revenues increased by 4.47 percent in Clackamas County this year, rising to $962,182,559, according to a press release from the county’s Departme... Read more

No trick! Spooky Alley is back!

In the 60-something years that Spooky Alley has been held, there have only been a couple occasions when it was almost cancelled. And while the coronavirus pandemic has caused th... Read more

Hoodland Fire steps up to battle numerous wildfires

Smoke blanketed the Mountain for more than a week in September as wildfires raged in Clackamas County and beyond, including the Riverside Fire, which caused the evacuation of Es... Read more

Friends of Timberline auction goes virtual

The Friends of Timberline (FOT) kick off their annual auction on Saturday, Oct. 3 following a virtual visit to the lodge and featuring presentations from guests including United... Read more

Pizza toppings from scratch at Ivy Bear

Scott Olsen launched the Ivy Bear Family Pizzeria in 2012 with the goal of bringing artisanal pizza making methods to Mount Hood. After years of crafting his pies using traditio... Read more

Theater makes a scary return

When the Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company (NNB) last offered a live production in front of an audience, they enjoyed the first few performances of Sam Bobrick’s “Weekend... Read more

Stretch run for election starts this month

(MT) – Mountain residents should circle Tuesday, Nov. 3, election day, on their calendar, as ballots are due by 8 p.m.

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Old men dance, young pups play and a fundraising jolt

Celebra Con Nosotros

A slice of Latin America arrived in Sandy with the first annual Fiesta... Read more

John Ingrao resigns as Hoodland Fire Chief

John Ingrao resigned as the Hoodland Fire District Fire Chief, effective July 31. Ingrao had served as the Fire Chief since January 2017 but had been placed on administrative le... Read more

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