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National Forest Lauded for 'Wild' Work
Leanne Veldhuis, Special Uses Program Manager for the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF), noted that before the recently released movie “Wild” got to film scenes around Mount Hood, the... Read more

Rhody Bridge Awaits its Fate
The future of the swinging bridge in Rhododendron sways in the balance, awaiting a decision by the federal government on a grant application that was expected to be filed Jan. 30 – just after pr... Read more

Nick Miller Named Firefighter of the Year
When Nick Miller first joined the Hoodland Fire District as a volunteer in 2001, he was an “un-corralled, wild kid with a lot of energy and enthusiasm,” according to Fire Chief Mic Eb... Read more

Medford Skier Dies at Skibowl
New Year’s Eve brought great sadness to Skibowl when a skier died during a night skiing accident. 

At approximately 8:30 p.m., ski patrol was notified that Brian Flet... Read more

Fish On
The Sandy River falls 6,000 feet in 55 miles. The headwaters get more than 100 inches of rainfall every year. 

For these reasons, water flows remain constant only ... Read more

Kathryn Bliss Retires from The Rendezvous
The transition promises to be seamless, but a certain “Bliss” will be missing. 

After 20 years of operation, the first change in ownership and in the kitchen took place... Read more

For Josie Dockery, Riding is a Barrel of Fun
A little more than 18 months ago, Josie Dockery was first introduced to horses during a sleepover at a friend’s house. At the time, Dockery, now a sixth grader at Welches Middle School, too... Read more

Hoodland Library is on the Move
The Hoodland Library is packing up its books and moving across the street.

The library has finalized plans to take over space in the Welches Mountain Center July 1. Read more

A 'Flood' of Memories
Residents of Mount Hood share their homes with the dynamic forces of the Mountain, including occasions when area rivers forge paths outside their normal banks. 

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