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Skibowl is ‘totally tubular’ for Thanksgiving

While winter enthusiasts await winter’s arrival and the news of opening day at local resorts, snow tubers can get the jump on the season at the Skibowl Snow Tube Park which is set to op... Read more

New Artisans Market arrives on Mountain in time for holidays

Inspired by his brother’s artwork, Warren Bates made a few prints and was able to display them at the store at the Mt. Hood Village RV Resort. And based on the reaction to them, Bates t... Read more

County reveals plans for timber sale in Brightwood

The Clackamas County Forest and Timber Management Program detailed a plan to harvest timber on a 117-acre tract of county land during a public meeting on Oct. 18 at the Mt. Hood Oregon Resort... Read more

Mountain residents raise concerns over increase in crime

Approximately 120 Mount Hood community members gathered at a Sept. 25 meeting to discuss the increase in property crime, concerns about the proper agency to contact to report a code violation... Read more

Neighborhood Missions starts fall Harvest Festival

For the past few years, Neighborhood Missions (NM) held its annual fundraiser in the spring, but observant mountain residents may have noted its absence this year. That’s because the or... Read more

Govy CPO rallies to find funds for fire fuel cleanup

A yearly cleanup of fire fuels around Government Camp has gone through a number of iterations throughout the years, including prisoners from the Salem Women’s Correctional Center coming... Read more

The Scene on Stage: Musical evokes comedy of 1920s

Colin Murray, Sandy High School (SHS) theater teacher, received a recommendation for “No, No, Nanette” as a musical that would be good for a production, as it had a good number of r... Read more

The ‘scream’ on Stage - October offerings

Ian Leiner, director of the Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company’s (NNB) October production of “Woman in Black," by Stephen Mallatratt and based on Susan Hill’s book, notes tha... Read more

NOAA El Niño watch signals a possibility of a temperate winter

Although the fall colors have begun in the Mount Hood region, winter is already predicted to arrive later and to be warmer and drier then the past two years.

The National Oceanic an... Read more

Local vacation rental company signs on to regional website

The launch of a new vacation rental website experience – NorthwestStays.com – has attracted a local professional to its association.

NorthwestStays was created to unite r... Read more

ODFW kills cougar suspected in deadly attack on hiker

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) ended its operation to capture a cougar that killed Diana Bober, 55, a Gresham woman hiking on the Hunchback Trail, after all available evide... Read more

‘No Plastics – No Gimmicks’ ... but the same great coffee

When customers drop in to Mt. Hood Roasters in Rhododendron, they’re likely to have their steaming java delight served up by Leanna Little. After all, she’s been there for five ye... Read more

Senior Center to escape the mountain’s shadow in new logo

Mount Hood towers above its surrounding communities, and its name and iconic visage are commonly incorporated into the names and logos of local businesses and organizations. This frequent usa... Read more

Family Fright Night returns to Timberline

While Timberline Lodge famously played a role as the Overlook Hotel in the classic movie, “The Shining,” Timberline’s Director of Marketing & PR, John Burton, noted that... Read more

Salmon restoration efforts spawning success

For nearly a decade, members of the Sandy River Basin Partners (SRBP) have built log structures, placed boulders, replanted native species and reconnected channels in efforts to return degrad... Read more

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