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Rhody logo contest moves on to the ‘Matrix’

Steve Graeper, President of the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO), would have been pleased with 10 submissions for the group’s logo contest. So when 45 entries came in ... Read more

Salmon Valley Water awaits PUC decision on sale to PDX co.

The Salmon Valley Water Company is being sold to Northwest Natural Gas Company’s wholly owned subsidiary NW Natural Water Company, of Portland, according to a customer notice published ... Read more

Mt. Hood College student helps finds homes for wild mustangs

In the shadow of Mount Hood, Boring resident Sarah Kohler recently put her wild mustang Comanche through his paces at Milo McIver State Park in preparation for the 2018 Mustang Adoption Chall... Read more

Court rules in favor of Feds in Hwy. 26 lawsuit

A decade ago, the Federal Highway Administration bulldozed a path through sacred Native American sites along Hwy. 26 in the Mountain community.

The project was defined as a widening... Read more

Red Cross steps in after Mt. Hood Village fire

Through the light snow, the homey scent of wood fire drifts from metal chimneys protruding from manufactured homes in a quiet community in Welches. The comforting aroma belies the risk of fir... Read more

Ski team battled conditions, opponents at March state finals

The conditions were stormy and the competition fierce last month in the Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association (OISRA) finals at Mount Bachelor.

The Sandy High boys and girls... Read more

New drone offers sky-high opportunities for Hoodland Fire

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Battalion Chief Pat McAbery offered an example of when a drone helped a public agency at the top of his head: the Bureau of Land Management had a fire running tow... Read more

del Val joins the contest for HD 52 state representative seat

“I’ve watched with dismay as President Trump has exacerbated racial tensions and fueled anti-immigrant sentiment, and I believe that Oregon has the chance to make clear that we will n... Read more

Vector Control looks to take a bite out of bugs this summer

Two representatives from the Clackamas County Vector Control District (CCVC), Interim Executive Director Josh Jacobson and office manager Theresa Micallef, detailed methods used to monitor an... Read more

Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes a new president

For the first time in about 10 years, the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce will welcome a new president. At the Tuesday, March 6 meeting, Coni Scott’s tenure as the organization’... Read more

Portland man falls to his death on Hood

The stark beauty of Mount Hood, once again, unveiled its other side.

The 11,240-foot peak claimed the life of Miha Sumi, 35, of Portland, when the climber reportedly slipped on the ... Read more

Shakespeare comes to Welches Middle School

Mistaken identities, murder most foul, a masquerade ball and a coven of witches; Thursday, Feb. 15 was not the typical evening at Welches Middle School. That night, seventh and eighth grade s... Read more

Local artist looks to build on early success

Karin Hoffman has made a full transition in her career since her first child arrived three years ago, but one aspect has remained constant: the bathroom.

Hoffman worked for A Touch ... Read more

Lesser celandine can be more, and not in a good way

The welcome sight of crocus and daffodils will soon herald the coming of spring. But lurking in the wings will be the loathsome invaders.

Joining the unsavory species such as policem... Read more

Lesser celandine can be more, and not in a good way

The welcome sight of crocus and daffodils will soon herald the coming of spring. But lurking in the wings will be the loathsome invaders.

Joining the unsavory species such as policem... Read more

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