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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

Hoodland Community Thanksgiving Dinner will not return

For more than 30 years, the Hoodland Community Thanksgiving Dinner offered a place for Mountain residents to come together, enjoy a meal and celebrate together. The coronavirus ... Read more

Skyway set to celebrate the departure of the Hornors

Skyway Bar and Grill owners Tracie Anderson and Tom Baker had one big question for chef Jason Hornor when they approached him to manage the Mountain restaurant's kitchen when it... Read more

Los Andes Shop opens store in Hoodland Plaza

Debbie Berhó and her husband have been offering a variety of handmade textiles through popup shops and at summer events in recent years, including up in Government Camp. As they... Read more

Through it all, Ellie McCloskey still smiles

Ellie McCloskey wants to be a veterinarian when she grows up; the career has been her dream since she was three years old. Her deep curiosity in all living creatures gave her th... Read more

Rising costs could increase need for help for the holidays

Carol Norgard, one of the organizers of the yearly Hoodland Community Christmas Basket Program, notes that the need for food and other necessities on the Mountain this year may ... Read more

Free food market moves to new location in November

Every month for the past four years, Neighborhood Missions has held a Free Food Market, offering food boxes to those who need it, in the parking lot at the Hoodland Senior Cente... Read more

Mt. Hood Roasters Coffee Company celebrates 20 years

This month, Rick and Jiyeon Applegate will celebrate 20 years of owning and operating Mt. Hood Roasters Coffee Company – a micro roastery based in Rhododendron offering be... Read more

Collaborated effort by community a priority for wildfire threat

After near misses from the Beachie, Lionshead and Riverside wildfires and two Public Safety Power Shutdowns (PSPS) by Portland General Electric in two years, the danger of wildf... Read more

Fair offers community building and start to holiday shopping

In an effort to create an affirming event and promote Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Transsexual, Queer and Questioning Two-Spirit, Intersex, Asexual and Plus people (LGBT... Read more

Voters look to cast ballots by Tuesday, Nov. 8

The race to be the next Governor of Oregon is one of the most competitive races on the November ballot, while Mountain voters will also get to have their say on a number of loca... Read more

Serving up volleyball lessons from experience

Hadley Carpenter, head coach of the Welches Schools girls’ volleyball team, can relate to the student athletes who can’t get a serve over the net. She was there once... Read more

Short-term rental regulations repealed by commissioners

The short-term rental (STR) regulations for unincorporated Clackamas County were repealed by the Board of County Commissioners (BCC) by a vote of three to two at the Thursday, S... Read more

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