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Lead stories:
Ellas vuelan con sus propias alas

Mountain family from Mexico shares

their journeys to citizenship

30 years ago last month, Maria Saldivar, her husband Pablo and... Read more

Ellas vuelan con sus propias alas

Familia Mexicana de la montaña comparte

su viaje hacia la ciudadanía

Hace 30 años, María Saldívar, su esposo Pablo y... Read more

Federal and state climate legislation buoyed by ski resorts

The Oregon ski industry provides an estimated 6,772 jobs and more than $194.4 million in personal income annually, according to statistics released by Mount Hood Meadows in February 2018. Muc... Read more

Many county students not vaccinated against preventable diseases

The debate of whether or not to vaccinate, and the crisis that accompanies it, has shot into Clackamas County.

County public health officials announced in mid-April that despite vac... Read more

Mountain business taps into the beverage market with MapleAqua

Stephen Ferruzza’s idea for his latest creation, the MapleAqua line of beverages, began when his mother was diagnosed with cancer. He took Chaga mushroom, combined it with maple sap and... Read more

‘Spring Fling’ benefits local nonprofit preschool

As spring arrives and new growth appears on the mountain, a local nonprofit preschool and daycare in Welches prepares to raise funds for its young students with a spring dinner and fundraisin... Read more

Firewood cutting permits now available

(MT) – Mountain residents can obtain firewood cutting permits for the Mt. Hood National Forest at the Zigzag Ranger District, 70220 Hwy. 26.

The permits sell for $10 per cord ... Read more

Ice Age discovered on the Mountain

For Mountain residents the discovery of Stev Ominski’s art could be contributed to his Siamese cats, Lewis and Clark. Except the true discovery of Ominski’s work has gone far beyo... Read more

Sandy to close pool at end of May

Following a presentation by architecture firm Opsis on Monday, March 11 and further discussion on Monday, March 18, the Sandy City Council voted to temporarily close the Olin Bignall Aquatic ... Read more

Mt. Squeegee keeps it clean

Jayce and Teal Dempsey knew they wanted to build their window and roof cleaning business with a focus on providing service to the local community when they moved their family to Brightwood in... Read more

New wine shop adds European wines and more to Mountain table

It’s official. You are now free to cancel that long-awaited wine tour of Europe.

And there’s a bonus. Tax Day just got less taxing.

Cooper’s Wine Bar &... Read more

Rhody takes steps toward becoming a FIREWISE community

At the March 16 Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO) meeting, Hoodland Fire Chief John Ingrao offered a stark comparison of wildfire threats to wildland-urban interface communit... Read more

A colossal cup of coffee for a considerable cause

It’s April, so it must be Welches Wildcat Coffee month.

Nine years ago, Cheryl Gundersen came to Mt. Hood Roasters Company and proposed a coffee fundraiser for the Welches elem... Read more

Art show offers works inspired by ‘Mother of Oregon’ book

Beth Verheyden, an art teacher with a studio in Boring, has been a part in the Lake Oswego Reads Artist Exhibition events and saw an opportunity to bring something similar to Sandy.

<... Read more

Momentum is building for museum’s expansion

If you want to read every issue of Ski Magazine, Skiing Magazine or Snowboarder Magazine, you don’t have to go far. Every issue of those periodicals is part of the collection of the Mou... Read more

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