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Cider Squeeze celebrates the summer harvest

For anyone looking to understand how pioneers made cider with antique, hand-cranked presses and sample the results, the Philip Foster Farm Historic Site has an event to quench t... Read more

Welches Schools return to normalcy

Just one year ago, Welches Schools Principal Kendra Payne had to plan for a school year with a great deal of uncertainty, not knowing how in-person classes would pan out and wha... Read more

Madras native the newest firefighter for HFD

Aaron Marshall was born and raised in Madras and was a star quarterback in high school who attended the College of the Siskiyous in Weed, Calif. on a football scholarship. After... Read more

Grant program to help businesses recover

While some aspects of life have returned to normal following the coronavirus pandemic, area businesses are still hurting from COVD-19’s impact, be it from lost revenue, hi... Read more

Futures of STRs, HD 52 rep to be debated

The Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) are expected to hold a final public hearing of the repeal of county regulations for Short Term Rentals (STRs) in the uni... Read more

Sandy Cruisin' Car Show returns on Sept. 10

Cliff Mudder has brought his 1934 Ford three-window coupe to the Sandy Cruisin’ Car Show since 2011, when he first entered while it was still under construction. Last year... Read more

Comedy and music on stage in September

When Clackamas Repertory Theatre (CRT) selects plays for a season, David Smith-English noted they go through numerous scripts before finding one that piques their interest. Smit... Read more

Hoodland Fire ups staffing for fire season

All Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) fire districts officially entered wildfire season on July 11. Drier, hotter conditions have set in on the Mountain and throughout the sta... Read more

ODOT event looks at Hwy. 26 in Rhody

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will hold a drop-in event from 2-4 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 11 at the Mt. Hood Foods Grocery Store parking lot, 73265 Hwy. 26 in Rhodod... Read more

Residents urged to help fight the tansy ragwort invasion

Bouquets of yellow flowers are blooming across our region. Unfortunately, these colorful blooms are from the poisonous plant known as tansy ragwort. They have many residents fev... Read more

Skyway's Crawdad Festival is back

Tracie Anderson, co-owner of the Skyway Bar and Grill with Tom Baker, traces the roots of their annual Crawdad Festival to her mom and dad, who started the tradition more than 2... Read more

All Seasons celebrates two decades

Carol Burk moved to Rhododendron in 1997, and quickly established her already-existing company, Carol’s Complete Cleaning, in the mountain communities. After receiving enc... Read more

'The Sound of Music' hits the stage at CRT

The cast of Clackamas Repertory Theatre’s (CRT) August production of “The Sound of Music” has had an extended time to consider their roles, as the show had bee... Read more

Honoring fallen firefighters, both near and far

The bell ceremony is a fire service funeral tradition that reflects respect and honor for a deceased firefighter. Throughout history, the tolling of a bell has been used to summ... Read more

County moves ahead on repeal of STR rules

Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) edged closer towards repealing county regulations for Short Term Rentals (STRs) in unincorporated Clackamas County at a June... Read more

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