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Volunteer rescuers shocked after Sheriff changes SAR

In a letter to Search and Rescue (SAR) volunteers, Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts announced changes to the operational structure, including bringing volunteers under a single and unif... Read more

Town hall highlights plan for Hoodland Park District

The Hoodland Women’s Club hosted a town hall meeting on Saturday, Feb. 22 at the Mt. Hood Oregon Resort to present plans for the creation of a Hoodland park district to fund a new park ... Read more

Guide Dogs alumnus flourishes as police comfort dog

Tagg, a two-year-old black Labrador, faced his first difficult assignment within weeks of being sworn in as the Gresham Police Department’s premier comfort dog.

Tagg accompanie... Read more

Sandy High teams finish season without home pool

Last May, the Sandy Pool closed its doors as the City of Sandy looked to refine its vision for the pool, part of a larger Sandy Community Campus project. That closure left the Sandy High Scho... Read more

Govy fire station ready for responders and visitors

For years, a remodeled fire station in Government Camp has been on the wishlist of the Hoodland Fire District (HFD). Now, with work complete, the station is ready to serve as the base for thr... Read more

Imagination Library offers a head start for kids

Since the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) joined Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library program in 2013, 452 children have enjoyed a free book every month until they turn five, accordin... Read more

BODY WORLDS returns to OMSI

Trigger your curiosity and discover the mysteries and magic underneath your skin with a trip to the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI). OMSI's latest exhibit offers a fascinating gl... Read more

Actress Katee Sackhoff serves up coffee on the Mountain

Coffee drinkers likely won’t mistake a cup of the local Mt. Hood Roasters brew with that of the national chain Starbucks. But hundreds of visitors dropped by the Rhododendron roasters on ... Read more

Hoodland Fire celebrates its finest at banquet

Members of all parts of the Hoodland Fire District (HFD), including career staff, volunteers, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the support group, gathered for the annual awards ba... Read more

Killer Burger set to slay skiers’ hunger

Ravenous after burning somewhere in the neighborhood of 400 calories an hour skiing or snowboarding on Mount Hood? Portland burger chain Killer Burger has dispatched its latest addition, a 29-f... Read more

Master Recycler program returns to Clackamas County

Lauren Norris, Program Manager for the Master Recycler Program administered by the City of Portland’s Bureau of Planning and Sustainability, noted that more than 1,800 people have learn... Read more

Sandy resident offers free workouts for every age and every body

When Sandy resident Amanda Klaumann set out to start a healthy exercise routine more than a decade ago, she was too intimidated to join a gym. Klaumann said she struggled to find a group fitn... Read more

Bitten by the ‘Wing It’ bug

Travis Nodurft will sometimes see videos about kids arguing what character they are from “Wing It,” Clackamas Repertory Theater’s recurring interactive children’s show h... Read more

Rhody celebrates 100 years

(MT) – It was a packed house at the Still Creek Inn on Saturday, Jan. 25 as the community celebrated the centennial anniversary of the Rhododendron Post Office. The crowd enjoyed a menu... Read more

Rhododendron at a crossroads as it turns 100

Steve Graeper, President of the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO), first came to Rhododendron in 1953, the year of his birth. His family bought a Steiner cabin (built in 1932) ... Read more

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