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Mountain Gold – Hoodland Fire District hits 50

Fire Chief Mic Eby, the longest tenured member of the Hoodland Fire District (HFD), joined the district in 1979 as a volunteer. He’s drawn maps, staffed the Government Cam... Read more

Hwy. 26 project finish in sight

Contractors were expected to begin paving Hwy. 26 on Sunday, Aug. 28 as the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preserv... Read more

County reconsiders Villages future

The saga of the Villages at Mt. Hood vs. Clackamas County has become more like a Bertolt Brecht play than two governmental bodies trying to solve a problem.

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Lion’s Club building in need of repairs

At the Lion’s Club’s annual Chuck Wagon Breakfast earlier this year, a near disaster was averted when a good Samaritan helped fix a broken dishwasher.

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‘Smoke’ rises on the Mountain

Proprietor Stewart Schmidt opened his business July 2, 2015. Subsequent to that date, he was forced to close in order to comply with a county marijuana zoning requirement.

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Rhody author offers holiday books

What started as a quiet form of rebellion at a conservative Methodist seminary evolved into a home in Rhododendron next to a volcano.

Tiffany Reisz is... Read more

Lead found in Welches Middle School’s water

The Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) announced seven fountains out of 14 and two faucets in food prep sinks out of two in Welches Middle School contained slightly elevated le... Read more

BLM considers developing Wildwood into an overnight destination

Development at the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Wildwood Recreation Site began in 1963 and was to originally go through three phases, according to Dan Davis, Outdoor ... Read more

County ‘failures’ will be costly to Mountain residents

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has downgraded Clackamas County’s Community Rating System (CRS) from a Class 6 to a Class 10 which will result in a loss of ... Read more

Villages at Mt. Hood is no longer – at least for now

At a June 28 policy session the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners (BCC) officially scuttled the Mt. Hood Villages Board – the last vestige of political influence for... Read more

Support Group holds annual garage sale

Rochelle Simonds, Treasurer for the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Volunteer Support Group, noted the annual garage sale started sometime in the 1980s as a way for the district to... Read more

Trail runner battles forest litter

In September 2014, Portland resident Erin Fitzgerald arrived at Skibowl to help train for a mountain race in Colorado. But as she ascended the slopes, she was shocked by how muc... Read more

Welches students show generosity in quilt raffle efforts

Welches resident and parent Stephanie Gagnon came up with a new fundraiser last year for the Welches School’s eighth grade class: a raffle for a custom quilt that Gagnon w... Read more

Timberline’s festival a labor of love

(MT) - (In anticipation of Timberline Lodge’s Mountain Music Festival on Monday, Sept. 5, The Mountain Times and Jon Tullis, Director of Public Affairs, had a question... Read more

Villages kept on ‘hiatus’ by commissioners

The Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) opted to keep the Villages at Mt. Hood Board of Directors “on hiatus” at a Tuesday, June 28 policy session, ... Read more

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