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Area menus include staffing and supply shortages

Sunday night at dinner time and the Barlow Trail Roadhouse’s normally bustling dining room is empty with a “Closed” sign on the door. This scene played out sev... Read more

Park district effort has Nov. 15 petition deadline

After being delayed for more than a year, organizers of a potential Hoodland Park District restarted efforts with a rally held on Tuesday, Sept. 14 to help enlist volunteers to ... Read more

Hoodland Fire receives grant for new breathing apparatus

While many imagine the breathing apparatus firefighters are frequently shown wearing into a fiery environment is an oxygen tank, it contains regular breathing air, which consist... Read more

Friends of Timberline auction focuses on experiences

Last year, the Friends of Timberline (FOT) shifted its annual auction to be an online event, offering some unexpected challenges, including trying to understand the software to ... Read more

Mountain students thankful to return to the classroom

Last month, students returned to the Welches School for a full day of education for the first time in nearly 18 months. After more than a year of virtual learning and a limited ... Read more

Effort to recall County Commissioner Mark Shull underway

Organizers of a recall effort for Clackamas County Commissioner Mark Shull have started the prep work before they file the official petition, which is expected sometime this fal... Read more

Fish, forestry and more in new natural resources magazine

Years ago, Mountain resident Steve Wilent attended a joint workshop that featured different forestry and wildlife groups from Oregon and Washington. In some meetings, they liste... Read more

Fire district's new 'game changer' mobile response network

Before this past spring, the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) used iPads connected to cellular networks to manage incidence response data.

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ˇBienvenida ChiCali Cantina!

Robin Parker’s journey into Mexican food began at a young age. Growing up as an adopted child in Whittier, Calif., she wanted to be a part of a big family she didn’t... Read more

New owners keep the wine flowing at Cooper's

Cooper’s Wine Bar and Shop in Welches will “pass the bottle” to new ownership starting in September. A current employee, Bri Dittlinger, and business partners ... Read more

Dental clinic returns in early October

Tami Beaty, Director of the free dental clinic being held next month at the Sandy Seventh day Adventist Church, understands that people may not be prioritizing tooth health duri... Read more

End of Summer Festival brings the tunes

Since the COVID-19 pandemic hit, the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce has worked hard to help area businesses, including partnering with other chambers and Clackamas County for a ... Read more

Rhododendron celebrates its centennial +1

On Saturday, Jan. 25, 2020, the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO) held what was to be the first of two celebrations that year to mark the community’s 100t... Read more

Hoodland Fire personnel join Bootleg Fire effort

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) deployed three personnel and a type 6 fire engine on July 10 to assist at the Bootleg Fire, one of the largest fires in the state’s histor... Read more

Rhody's Log Lodge wins restoration grant

Anita Halmøy Wisløff-Menteer and Erik Sims Wisløff-Menteer, owners of the Log Lodge in Rhododendron and Bestie’s Coffee, were awarded an Oregon State ... Read more

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