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An artful start to the holidays

Approximately five years ago, the last Wine and Arts Fair took place at The Resort at The Mountain. But this November, The Resort brings back a re-envisioned version, called the... Read more

Johnson leaves post at HD 52

Often times, with dedication comes opportunity.

State Representative Mark Johnson, after seven years serving as House District 52 congressman, is head... Read more

Target shooting ban still possible for Miller Quarry

A ban on target shooting at Miller Quarry is still a possibility, according to John Huston, Cascades Field Manager for the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Northwest Oreg... Read more

Skibowl’s Hans Wipper exits post after 28 years

September 29 was the last day at Skibowl for Hans Wipper.  The resort’s marketing director said leaving the post after 28 years was one of the hardest decisions he ha... Read more

Sandy to take over Cedar Ridge campus

Students from Cedar Ridge Middle School in Sandy are expected to move to their new campus at the Pioneer Building following the Thanksgiving break this month. That will allow th... Read more

November features theatrical fun

Sandy High School’s (SHS) new drama teacher and director, Colin Murray, spent about six weeks last school year getting acquainted with the students and the department. Thi... Read more

Welches Schools run drills to prepare for possible intruder

For Welches Schools Principal Kendra Payne and her staff, the security improvements on the school’s campus, including a single point of entry, camera system, key swipe acc... Read more

Dorman Down - Community icon yields to the shovel

The old Dorman Center has stood on shaky ground for a long time.

But it finally fell to the county’s wrecking ball in September.

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Sandy River Basin Watershed Council celebrates 20 years of work

For the past 20 years, the Sandy River Basin Watershed Council (SRBWC) has worked to improve fish habitat, water quality and more in the Sandy River basin, with projects includi... Read more

Welches Schools assessment scores rebound last year

The Oregon Department of Education released the 2016-17 state assessment results in September, with the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) above state averages of percentage of... Read more

Vets get a lift up at county Stand Down

(MT) – Hundreds of homeless veterans will be provided with a broad range of necessities at the East County Veterans Stand Down.

The event will t... Read more

Hoodland Fire helps fight Eagle Creek Fire

Two crews from the Hoodland Fire District (HFD), each featuring a brush unit with two firefighters, helped fight the Eagle Creek Fire last month, as part of a Clackamas County t... Read more

ODOT sign project impacted by dry conditions, may be delayed

Construction on the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT)’s RealTime sign project on Mount Hood was suspended for part of September due to fire danger on the Mount Ho... Read more

Comedy show gets laughs at the Lodge

Slap your knees. Toss your head back. Wipe away the tears of hilarity. Let go.

The time has come to laugh away an entire weekend.

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Swinging Bridge to strut its new look

It cost more than expected, but that’s often the case when history is on the line.

The Rhododendron Swinging Bridge, sorely in need of repair a... Read more

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