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Lead stories:
Stop, drop, roll... and sit

Joe Schwab, a Senior Firefighter/Paramedic at the Hoodland Fire District (HFD), notes that most people in the community probably don’t know the names of the district&rsquo... Read more

The old ‘swinger’ gets a facelift

It was the year when Dr. Martin Luther King led the march from Selma to Montgomery; the year of the Watts riots; the year when the first mini skirt fluttered down a street in Lo... Read more

Chamber’s Bite of Mount Hood offers more than a mouthful

Allen Bixby, owner and operator of The Shack restaurant in Welches, noted two reasons for participating in the annual culinary mountain celebration, the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of... Read more

New Commissioners show at CPO meeting

“The makeup of commissioners is probably the best I’ve seen in years.”

That was the takeaway from Rhododendron CPO President Steve ... Read more

Student helms Sandy High’s theater production

Sandy High School Drama’s spring production of the American classic, “Our Town,” by Thornton Wilder, has a unique director at the helm. Senior Riley McCord, 18... Read more

Reward offered for help finding arsonists

Trackers Earth, a Sandy and Portland based organization that runs outdoor programming, has offered a $1,000 reward for information leading to the arrests and convictions of the ... Read more

David Jacobs named Water Operator of the Year

Often times his work can be taken for granted. Each turn of a faucet, every welcome spray from a shower head, the necessity of a toilet flush, all these can be directly linked t... Read more

Architecture project brings professional into classroom

David Hernandez, a fifth grader at Welches Elementary School, and his group took to the internet to come up with ideas for their architecture project, which entailed designing p... Read more

Rhody water reservoir on tap

For many Mountain residents, the issue of an available water supply is assured.

And if you’re looking for a source of this assurance, look no f... Read more

ODOT making further improvements to Hwy. 26 this spring

The Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) “U.S. 26 Mt. Hood Highway Safety and Preservation Project” officially ended last October, but further cleanup ... Read more

Choose your own adventure – website offers outdoor stories

Al Christie has some stories.

There’s the one about when he backpacked around Crater Lake on skis. And the time he was nine years old when the f... Read more

Sandy High School thespians head to state

Riley McCord, an 18-year-old senior at Sandy High School (SHS), noted that the group he performed a scene from “Dames at Sea” with at the Feb. 4 Oregon Thespians Reg... Read more

Hoodland Fire District welcomes familiar face to its paid ranks

The newest member of the Hoodland Fire District’s (HFD) career staff, Firefighter/Paramedic Tyler Myers, is also an old hand at the station and in the community. Myers, 21... Read more

Fischer tapped for BCC open seat

Surviving a cavalry charge of 78 candidates, Sonya Fischer has emerged as the unanimous choice to be Clackamas County Commissioner, Position 5.

The a... Read more

Rhody getting wings to rise

If you want to keep the present look of Rhododendron in mind, it would be a good idea to take some mental snapshots soon.

The effort has been dubbed &... Read more

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