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Honoring fallen firefighters, both near and far

The bell ceremony is a fire service funeral tradition that reflects respect and honor for a deceased firefighter. Throughout history, the tolling of a bell has been used to summ... Read more

County moves ahead on repeal of STR rules

Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) edged closer towards repealing county regulations for Short Term Rentals (STRs) in unincorporated Clackamas County at a June... Read more

Future of county land uncertain after Park District fails

When the final numbers were counted by Clackamas County Elections, Measure 3-581, which would have formed a Park District and received three parcels of land on Salmon River Road... Read more

Sandy's summer returns with festival fun

Khyrs Jones, Executive Director of the Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce, noted that the return of the chamber’s biggest annual fundraiser, the Music Fair and Feast, has got ... Read more

Summer starts with a farce at Clack Rep

David Smith-English, director of Clackamas Repertory Theater’s (CRT) production of “Desperate Measures,” noted that when the show opens this month it will have... Read more

District's summer program helps students make up for lost time

Students from throughout the Oregon Trail School District (OTSD) will have a chance to further their learning, including earning credits for high school students, through the di... Read more

County commissioners aim to repeal short term rental program

The Clackamas Board of County Commissioners (BCC) began the process of repealing county code that would establish a short-term rental (STR) registration program and business reg... Read more

A Mountain of memories

It takes very little time at Timberline Lodge to begin to appreciate its majestic grandeur and its testament to those craftsmen who created the iconic building. But if one could... Read more

County election results delayed after ballot bungle

Clackamas County made election headlines last month from Arkansas to New York and beyond, thanks to ballots printed with blurred barcodes that rendered them unreadable to the co... Read more

Fire District reminds community to prepare for wildfire season

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) announced personnel changes in May and continued its public outreach to prepare citizens for potential wildland fires as the district gears up for s... Read more

Los Andes Shop moves to Museum's plaza for summer

Deborah Berhó and her husband started selling sweaters that her husband’s mom knit from her home in Chile in 1988. But they went to college, found careers and the sweater ... Read more

PGE continues to replace tree connections

Portland General Electric (PGE) completed approximately 100 replacements of electrical service drops that were attached to trees on Mountain Properties during 2021 and has conti... Read more

Govy to Timberline gondola part of larger vision of the future

Mountain residents who have been around long enough may remember the Skiway Tram that ran from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge back in the 1950s. And in a few years, it's po... Read more

Hoodland Farmers Market returns for fifth year with big changes

When Kate Brauner found out that the Market Manager for the Hoodland Farmers Market was ready to pass the reigns of the job to someone else, she decided to take the plunge.

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Hoodland Fire's Scott Kline graduates from elite officer program

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Division Chief/Fire Marshall Scott Kline graduated from the National Fire Academy’s (NFA) Executive Fire Officer (EFO) Program on Thursday, Ma... Read more

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