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Wildfire Preparedness Fair at Timberline Lodge

Jeremy Goers, West Zone Fire Management Officer for the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF), said he was told that Hwy. 26 might be the last unburned east-west corridor in the Cas... Read more

New owner and publisher takes over Mountain Times in May

With 23 years of experience in the publishing industry, and a current focus on monthly community magazines, Matt Nelson, owner of Active Media, will take over as the owner and p... Read more

Welches artist offers new look at Lewis and Clark

Welches resident Steve Ludeman has had an interest in the Lewis and Clark expedition his entire adult life and visits historical locations when he can. A few years ago, he read ... Read more

Welches Elementary students get free books from Rotary Club

Sarah McIntyre, a member of the Sandy Rotary Club and also the Library Director for the Sandy Library, enjoyed visiting all the elementary schools in the Oregon Trail School Dis... Read more

New book on Steiner cabins donated to museum

Henry Steiner, an early settler in the area, constructed more than 100 cabins and two churches on the Mountain over a span of 30 years.

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Spring season welcomes numerous shows

After enjoying his go-around as the director of last season’s “Fuddy Mears,” Jay Hash wanted to dive back in and direct another show. This month, his follow up... Read more

A trail of success for Sandy High School ski teams

For the first time in 20 years, the Sandy High School (SHS) Girls Ski Team won the annual Mt. Hood League Race. The Sandy girls came in first place out of eight schools in the c... Read more

Meeting scheduled on possible Dorman Center agreement

At a Tuesday, March 14 Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Board of Directors meeting, Clackamas County Commissioner Mark Shull invited the HFD board to a Clackamas Board of County Com... Read more

County moves forward with regulations on short term rentals

At a Wednesday, March 15 policy session, the Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) voted to move forward on a policy proposal regarding regulation of Short Term R... Read more

Farmers Market's fruitful fundraising effort this spring

Kate Brauner, manager of the Hoodland Farmers Market, noted that fundraising accounts for approximately 90 percent of what the market needs to function throughout the summer mon... Read more

Just Rum's new Sandy tasting room

John Hasbrouck got started in the distillation industry after inheriting some whiskey distillation equipment from his great-uncle. Despite having little interest in whiskey prod... Read more

Resources limited for traffic enforcement in county

Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) Lieutenant Marcus Mendoza addressed traffic issues at the Hoodland Community Planning Organization (CPO) last month, noting that 8... Read more

Clackamas Rep's gala returns

Cyndy Smith-English, Managing Director for the Clackamas Repertory Theatre (CRT), noted that when the theater’s yearly gala fundraiser began sometime around 2008, it was a... Read more

Fire District proposes Dorman property as site for new station

The future of the Dorman Center property in Welches has remained undecided since the failure of the Hoodland Park District Ballot Measure in June 2022. Scotch Broom and other in... Read more

Sandy forges ahead with Community Campus ideas

A long-awaited revamp of the old Cedar Ridge Middle School (CRMS) campus is finally underway. Through Thursday, March 9, the City of Sandy will ask area residents to contribute ... Read more

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