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BLM considers developing Wildwood into an overnight destination

Development at the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Wildwood Recreation Site began in 1963 and was to originally go through three phases, according to Dan Davis, Outdoor ... Read more

County ‘failures’ will be costly to Mountain residents

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has downgraded Clackamas County’s Community Rating System (CRS) from a Class 6 to a Class 10 which will result in a loss of ... Read more

Villages at Mt. Hood is no longer – at least for now

At a June 28 policy session the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners (BCC) officially scuttled the Mt. Hood Villages Board – the last vestige of political influence for... Read more

Support Group holds annual garage sale

Rochelle Simonds, Treasurer for the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Volunteer Support Group, noted the annual garage sale started sometime in the 1980s as a way for the district to... Read more

Trail runner battles forest litter

In September 2014, Portland resident Erin Fitzgerald arrived at Skibowl to help train for a mountain race in Colorado. But as she ascended the slopes, she was shocked by how muc... Read more

Welches students show generosity in quilt raffle efforts

Welches resident and parent Stephanie Gagnon came up with a new fundraiser last year for the Welches School’s eighth grade class: a raffle for a custom quilt that Gagnon w... Read more

Timberline’s festival a labor of love

(MT) - (In anticipation of Timberline Lodge’s Mountain Music Festival on Monday, Sept. 5, The Mountain Times and Jon Tullis, Director of Public Affairs, had a question... Read more

Villages kept on ‘hiatus’ by commissioners

The Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) opted to keep the Villages at Mt. Hood Board of Directors “on hiatus” at a Tuesday, June 28 policy session, ... Read more

The Mountain’s Grace Ramstad, Queen of Roses

The 2016 Rose Festival Queen is Grace Ramstad – a rose that rose in Brightwood.

 “My backyard was basically a forest so my twin brot... Read more

ODOT preps Hwy. 26 in July for paving in August

Construction work on Hwy. 26 during July will focus on preparations for tentatively paving the road in August, according to Kimberly Dinwiddie, Oregon Department of Transportati... Read more

Brightwood RV park proposal denied

(MT) – What started as an attempt to build an RV park in Brightwood, has been dashed by a land-use decision in a 16-page denial by hearings officer Fred Wilson.

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Bightwood residents alarmed by logging project

A number of Brightwood residents are concerned over a potential logging project on a hillside property to the north of Barlow Trail Road.

The owner o... Read more

A smoothie way to better health

If you’ve been putting off that “get healthy” regimen, you just ran out of excuses.

Mountain Mel’s Green Canyon Apothecary wil... Read more

Fire district welcomes four new vols

Four new recruits completed their training and graduated as the new volunteer class for the Hoodland Fire District in June.

Three, Daniel Maurer, Case... Read more

County pivots, will mediate with Villages board

A combined effort by Clackamas County offices scrapped the Villages at Mt. Hood following what the county claims was an illegal election in December 2015, followed by complaints... Read more

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