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Rhody's road to reworking Hwy. 26 has options

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) will seek feedback from the Mountain community on three different concepts for changing the layout of Hwy. 26 in Rhododendron thro... Read more

STR regulations could be addressed by county in near future

Last September, the Clackamas County Board of Commissioners repealed regulations on short-term rentals (STRs) in unincorporated Clackamas County, citing a lack of funding for th... Read more

Grant funding offers a new breath for HFD equipment

After an extensive testing and review process of leading self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA), Hoodland Fire District (HFD) has added new SCBA’s that offer improvemen... Read more

Mountain's preschool aims for full return this fall

Alicia Sperr, board president of the Mt. Hood Learning Center, noted that before the coronavirus pandemic, the program served more than 50 kids on a daily basis, offering presch... Read more

New owners at El Burro focus on family

After owning her own business for 20 years, Angélica Negrete and her family know the work it takes to run an independent business.

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Golfing is a farce at Sandy Actors Theatre

Ron Palmblad, director of the Sandy Actor’s Theatre’s (SAT) February production of Ken Ludwig’s “Fox on the Fairway,” sees some similarities betwee... Read more

Hoodland's healer leaves to write next chapter in life

Dr. Murlan Grise has many a story to tell after 39 years of practicing family medicine on the Mountain. So many that his wife has suggested that he write a book.

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Ellie McCloskey receives new heart

Ellie McCloskey was celebrating her eleventh birthday at a game of miniature golf with her father, Brandon, and her grandparents in November when they received the long-awaited ... Read more

Govy CPO subcommittee to revisit incorporation study

The Government Camp Community Planning Organization (CPO) will move forward this month with a subcommittee that will update the 2008 Incorporation Study, offering insights into ... Read more

Amazon warehouse PDX9 partners with fire district

Wintertime marks a season of giving, but also a season of increased risk for house fires, with the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reporting that home fires occur mo... Read more

New event space opens in Rhododendron

Jan Ostram and her husband, Todd, had spent years looking around for a building to run a business from. They finally found that location when they came to an agreement to buy St... Read more

NNB's 'Evening of Radio' fundraiser

When radio plays were popular, broadcasts utilized a variety of means to create sound effects, including closing the lid of a piano to replicate a door or hitting the side of a ... Read more

Santa's 'letter' helper

In a press release from 2019, the U.S. Postal Service noted that it expected to deliver a total of 800 million packages delivered between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day a... Read more

Safety first – fire district offers tips for holiday season

As members of the Mountain community busy themselves decorating and preparing to celebrate the festive time of the year, Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Division Chief/Fire Marshal... Read more

Senior Center on verge of two-year lease with county

The Hoodland Senior Center agreed to a two-year lease with Clackamas County to remain in the building they’ve called home for ten years, including the last six months with... Read more

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