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New online complaint form offers help with speeding problem

Through the windows of the Still Creek Inn, restaurateur Brigette Romeo sees the traffic speeding on Hwy. 26 as they zip through Rhododendron. Romeo, a Brightwood resident, noted the problem ... Read more

County seeks statewide policy for flood hazards

Jan. 16 marked the eight-year anniversary of the 2011 flooding in the upper Sandy River Basin that washed out a section of Lolo Pass Road, undercut the Zig Zag River bridge, swept away three ... Read more

Crab Feed finds new home, same great taste

The Hoodland Women’s Club’s (HWC) annual Crab Feed will move a little bit down the road, this year held at the Mt. Hood Lion’s Club, but the delicious Dungeness will remain ... Read more

Zeb’s Wish offers mules, horses and humans a heaping of healing

When Suzi Cloutier moved sight unseen from Rhode Island to a rental farm in Dairy Creek, she was at a low point in her life. She was not expecting to meet a soul in even worse condition, a blin... Read more

It is easy being green with the Master Recycling program

When Dawn Loomis took the Master Recycler class 10 years ago, she realized that recycling is just one step in the effort to help keep things green, but that reducing and reusing are also part... Read more

Consensus on ODFW Wolf Plan fails

Despite conservation groups having withdrawn from the meetings, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) is finalizing a revised Wolf Conservation and Management Plan to be presented... Read more

Middle School gets technology upgrades

Winter break at Welches Middle School (WMS) meant time to work, as the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) installed technology upgrades, including new interactive and short throw projectors, l... Read more

Sandy and Salmon River projects net $2 million

The fates of the Sandy and Salmon rivers, along with the life force of wild salmon, have merged into one.

The Sandy River Watershed Council (SRWC) hooked a $1 million award in Novem... Read more

Chamber honors local hero and volunteer groups

Two weeks after a female jogger suffered a severe heart attack while running a marathon on Mount Hood, she was able to attend her son’s wedding thanks to the heroic efforts of Rhododend... Read more

Chamber honors local hero and volunteer groups

Two weeks after a female jogger suffered a severe heart attack while running a marathon on Mount Hood, she was able to attend her son’s wedding thanks to the heroic efforts of Rhododend... Read more

Jordan Wheeler starts as Sandy’s new City Manager

Jordan Wheeler heard a lot about the City of Sandy since 2013, when former Sandy City Manager Scott Lazenby took the same job for the City of Lake Oswego, where Wheeler has worked as the Depu... Read more

Holistic health at Essence of Grace

Sharon Salzmann had been working in the healing arts for over a decade when, through a personal attempt to resolve chronic health issues, she discovered the neuromodulation technique (NMT), a... Read more

HFD brings home lessons after helping on Camp Fire

For Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Lieutenant Andy Figini, the concept of defendable space – the area around a home or structure that is cleared from debris and other paths for fire to tr... Read more

Rhody Water an ‘Outstanding Performer’

 (The cowboy rises from the card table, saunters over to the bar, knocks some dust from his chaps, sets a well-worn boot on the foot rail, leans in to the bartender, fixes h... Read more

New owners of Giddy Up Taxi ready to get up to speed

Last August, Danielle Wauer started to help out running Giddy Up Taxi, but things got off to a difficult start.

“Boy, I did not know what I was getting into,” Wauer said.... Read more

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