Welches Schools principal Kendra Payne just finished her third year at the helm of the school and she noted her growth over the years includes being able to build a better schedule and being bett...
A few nails needed to be straightened, but the sound of pounding hammers can now be heard at the site of the new Hoodland Library.
Only one company – Cherryville ... Read moreLindberg Upsets Incumbent in School Board Election
The Oregon Trail School Board will feature two new members, as Candice Lindberg defeated incumbent Norm Trost for the Zone 6 (at large) position, and former Welches Schools principal Mike Sutton held ... Read moreDaring Rescue at Golden Poles
Besides the heroics of the Hoodland Fire District firefighters – and those of nine other area districts – there was a handful of local citizens who rose to the occasion April 20 when the G... Read moreHwy. 26 Blasting to Continue Through August
Motorists travelling on Highway 26 from Rhododendron to Government Camp can expect blasting delays two or three times a week to continue through August as part of the Oregon Department of Transportati... Read moreFISH ON -- Redside Revelation
The big “Redside” is five pounds, 23 inches long, and six years old. He is in perfect physical condition, and is the dominant trout in this riffle. His home was taken in combat, by dr... Read moreGovy 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 moreReeves 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 moreGovy 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 moreWeather 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