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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

Sandy’s pool upgrades a taste of things to come

As a steady stream of customers flowed through the doors at the Sandy Aquatic Center on a weekday morning in August, Sandy Community Services Director Tanya Richardson was hesitant to say tha... Read more

Mountain inhabitants honored at cross-cultural celebration

The Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs will host an all-day ceremony Sept. 22 to celebrate the history of their ancestors, the earliest inhabitants of Mount Hood.

Participants will... Read more

Partnership yields fruit for rival camps

Premier Mount Hood snowsports camps High Cascade Snowboard Camp (HCSC) and Windells Ski and Skateboard Camps and Academy have long been leading destinations for professional-level ski and sno... Read more

Partnership yields fruit for rival camps

Premier Mount Hood snowsports camps High Cascade Snowboard Camp (HCSC) and Windells Ski and Skateboard Camps and Academy have long been leading destinations for professional-level ski and sno... Read more

Local aid group to hold monthly food market

Steve Carlson, Chair of Neighborhood Missions (NM), noted that a goal of the organization – which has aided area residents in need of food, firewood and means to pay for utilities, rent... Read more

Clackamas County rolls out new emergency notification system

Clackamas County Disaster Management Outreach and Technology Coordinator Jamie Poole remembered in 2011 when the Clackamas County Emergency Notification System pushed out messages to Mountain... Read more

The Scene on Stage: ‘Ripcord’ cast reunites at CRT

David Smith-English, Artistic Director of Clackamas Repertory Theatre (CRT), noted that the staff at the theater are reading plays “all the time,” in a constant search for what ones... Read more

The ongoing legacy of Mount Hood’s archetypal architecture

Henry Steiner didn’t imagine his cabins would last generations. Constructed around Mount Hood during the first half of the 20th century by the German master craftsman and his family, th... Read more

Mountain folk flock to fledgling farmers’ market

While Lauren Carusona initially thought of the idea of a Hoodland Farmers' Market a couple years ago, she didn’t take action until this past June, when she got the ball rolling in short... Read more

Oregon kids count on us, so they should be ‘counted’

The looming danger of a census undercount in 2020 would present a serious threat to Oregon children.

Already, 12 percent of Oregon kids under five years old are at risk of being mis... Read more

Dragonfly spreads its wings with second location

Rori Klingbeil opened her first establishment, the Dragonfly Café and Bakery in Welches, five years ago and credits her mother with starting her baking. Klingbeil noted it was her mother&rsqu... Read more

Hood View Gardens holds food drive

Dennis Nash, one of the co-owners of Hood View Gardens, noted that some of the customers that walk through his door may need help from Neighborhood Missions.

The community outreach... Read more

PGE requests variance for communication tower

Portland General Electric (PGE) submitted a variance request, dated June 13, to build a 150-foot tall, three-legged communications tower at 69050 Hwy. 26 (near the intersection of Hwy. 26 and... Read more

PGE requests variance for communication tower

Portland General Electric (PGE) submitted a variance request, dated June 13, to build a 150-foot tall, three-legged communications tower at 69050 Hwy. 26 (near the intersection of Hwy. 26 and... Read more

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