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'Peaceful Vistas' mural returns to its former glory

Roger Cooke’s 1993 mural, “Peaceful Vistas,” has offered the inspiring image of a pioneer wagon train to passersby on Meinig Avenue between Proctor Blvd. and P... Read more

Community survey highlights future options for Rhododendron

A recent community-wide online survey for the “Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopment Plan” revealed a community desire for safer highway conditions for pedestr... Read more

Community survey highlights future options for Rhododendron

A recent community-wide online survey for the “Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopment Plan” revealed a community desire for safer highway conditions for pedestr... Read more

'Bite' proceeds to help boost area businesses

One of the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce’s most popular events, the Bite of Mount Hood, will have an immediate impact despite not being held since 2017. The organizati... Read more

El Burro Loco rides into a new era

Marc Accuardi, one of the new owners of El Burro Loco, described himself as an “Italian chef that fell in love with Oaxaca food,” thanks to his experience in Mexico.... Read more

Aunt B's Bakery ready to roll

Belinda Torres worked long nights behind the scenes as the Dragonfly Bakery’s master baker for the last two years. Now she is making good on her long-standing agreement wi... Read more

10 Years Ago: Sustainability at Timberline

Timberline boasts 'gold standard sustainability'

Sustainable Travel International bestowed on Timberline Lodge and Ski Area the honor... Read more

Welches Walk delivers Mountainís message: Black Lives Matter

Approximately 150 people came out on Saturday, June 13 for Welches Walks for Racial Justice, joining cities across the country and around the world in a peaceful demonstration in the wake of th... Read more

Hwy. 26 safety corridor expected to be decommissioned this fall

A safety corridor on Hwy. 26 between milepost 25.2 and 57.45 is expected to be decommissioned by the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) this fall, although an exact timeline is still ... Read more

Clackamas County delayed in reopening to Phase 2

New modeling of the coronavirus released by the Oregon Health Authority (OHA) and the Institute for Disease Modeling in late June revealed it is spreading more rapidly in the state. The model... Read more

The Shack to reopen with upgrades and new ownership

Welches restaurant and sports bar, The Shack, known to its’ regulars as their “home on the mountain” will reopen following state-mandated closure due to the COVID-19 pandemi... Read more

BDK is the local go-to for screen printing

When lifelong board-sport enthusiasts Michael and Tracey Kays moved to Mount Hood from Hawaii in 2014, they were finally able to achieve their snowboarding dreams. They settled into their new... Read more

Hoodland Fireís accolades, Mountain glass and mustards

Hoodland Fire earns citation for big night

The Hoodland Fire Dept was presented with a Unit Citation by The Oregon Fire Chiefs Association for service above and beyo... Read more

Three-alarm birthday parade for Mountain boy

When Welches resident Gideon Kasier joined his mother in their front yard on his seventh birthday on May 1, he expected the somewhat disappointing chore of pulling weeds to await him.

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Restrictions ease as Clackamas County enters Phase 1

Clackamas County joined 33 other Oregon Counties in reopening on Saturday, May 23, easing restrictions from the coronavirus pandemic and entering Phase 1 of the three-phase process. Phase 1 i... Read more

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