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Challenges expected for summer recreation season

Last spring, the U.S. Forest Service closed off the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF) in response to the coronavirus pandemic. When the forest reopened in May 2020, it saw &ldqu... Read more

Sandy peace vigil to end with final event on Friday, May 28

After 15 years of weekly community gatherings to promote peaceful solutions to conflict, the organizers of the Sandy Peace Vigil have announced that the group will hold its fina... Read more

No candidate for Welches school board position

On a ballot with just one true race for the Mountain community, voters will also encounter no candidate for the Zone 3 (Welches) position on the Oregon Trail School District&rsq... Read more

RWA comes to agreement to protect water source

In an email dated Monday, April 26 to the board of directors of the Rhododendron Water Association (RWA), board president Steve Graeper announced an agreement had been reached w... Read more

Hoodland Fire and Clackamas County team up for vaccine clinic

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic with Clackamas County in late spring to provide access to the vaccine for community members in the regio... Read more

The return of Sandy Actors Theatre

As if closing down to the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t bad enough, the Sandy Actors Theatre (SAT) lost its sign after it took a beating during the high wind event from last... Read more

10 Years Ago: Students offer international support

Welches students in the giving mood

Welches students demonstrated selfless behavior by spearheading a projec... Read more

Earthquake swarms bring a deeper understanding

On Monday, March 1, a 45-minute-long swarm of earthquakes occurred to the southwest of Mount Hood’s summit at a depth of approximately one to two kilometers below sea leve... Read more

Sandy and SOLVE partner for Earth Day cleanup

The city of Sandy will team up with the environmental nonprofit organization SOLVE for “SOLVE IT in Sandy,” an annual spring litter clean up from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sa... Read more

Levy on May ballot to fund Sheriff's Office upgrades

A levy to help fund the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) operations will be on the May ballot, with voters to decide on renewing a levy that would increase the rat... Read more

Hoodland Fire teams up for live fire training

Volunteer recruits from the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) participated in a live fire training event hosted by Estacada Fire District on Feb. 27 at the Estacada Fire training gro... Read more

On stage: a weekend with Larry Wilder

Larry Wilder, a northwest musician known for his entertaining performances of Americana, has played thousands of concerts, including opening for such luminaries as Willie Nelson... Read more

Welches Schools reopen

On Thursday, Feb. 18, Debbie Ortiz dropped her five-year-old son, James, off at Welches Schools for his first day of in-person kindergarten. She described the process that she a... Read more

Vision of Rhody's future offered in February meeting

Clackamas County and MIG Consultants hosted a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 10 to present a draft of three design alternatives for the Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopm... Read more

New Welches residential subdivision in early stages

Clackamas County received a pre-application conference request on Wednesday, Feb. 3 regarding a partition/subdivision of nearly eight acres of land south of Hwy. 26 and to the e... Read more

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