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Putting the forest back in order

When Bill Westbrook, Zigzag District Ranger for the Mt. Hood National Forest, walks along a stretch of the Salmon River to gauge its health, it’s notable how far the area has come in a sh... Read more

Chamber welcomes new president

Mike Miskowicz got right to work volunteering in the community after he and his wife Lyn began residing full-time in Rhododendron in 2017 in a Steiner cabin they have owned for more than 15 y... Read more

‘C’ is for more than just ‘cookie’

For on-the-go people during the hectic holiday season, those cherished cookies loved by your family and friends may take a back burner.

But it doesn't need to be that way, even if yo... Read more

Arrah Wanna pushes forward with renovations

The sounds of top hits from prior decades will provide a fitting accompaniment to Camp Arrah Wanna’s “The Generations of Promise” Banquet and Auction held at the camp’... Read more

Dental clinic returns in Sandy, offering free services

Tami Beaty had seen the impact that dental clinics in large cities could make after she and her husband were part of some.

So last year they started one in Sandy, offering free denta... Read more

OMSI exhibit an exquisite way to get ‘bugged out’ in a good way

The Oregon Museum of Science and Industry (OMSI) welcomes the exhibit "Exquisite Creatures" for its Oregon debut, running from Oct. 5 through Feb. 17, 2020.

"Exquisite ... Read more

Expanded Mt. Hood Express routes prove their worth

Two additional runs for the Mt. Hood Express bus service have seen good results since they started in April. Muna Rustam, Transit Program Administrator for the City of Sandy, noted that the t... Read more

Women’s Club pitches plan for park district

Representatives from the Hoodland Women’s Club (HWC) kicked off a two-month community polling process at the Tuesday, Aug. 6 Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce meeting as part of the gra... Read more

‘All Mountain Cleanup’ aims to give Mount Hood a fresh start

One of the mountain’s biggest volunteer stewardship events just got bigger. This year’s Timberline to Troutdale cleanup series will gather in Government Camp and spread out across... Read more

County unveils short-term rental regulations

Clackamas County Planning Division presented a draft of potential regulations for Short-Term Rentals (STRs) on Aug. 6 to the Board of County Commissioners (BCC). The draft allows the controve... Read more

Whistle Stop on track with new owners

Marc Accuardi and Darren Wiese were familiar with the Whistle Stop Bar & Grill, both having spent time in their youth on the Mountain, and more recently, enjoying breakfast there during t... Read more

Mountain songwriter examines natural processes on second album

Local guitar player Eric Kallio refers to his songwriting as a product of glass, wood and steel. These raw materials represent his approach to writing music with guitars that are played with ... Read more

Mountain songwriter examines natural processes on second album

Local guitar player Eric Kallio refers to his songwriting as a product of glass, wood and steel. These raw materials represent his approach to writing music with guitars that are played with ... Read more

Musician finds the summit of his craft on Mount Hood

Dean De Benedictis made it to the summit of Mount Hood on Sunday, Jun 16, on his fifth attempt. But his journey to the top was far from typical, as he carried more than 80 pounds of music and... Read more

Mountain resident escapes house fire with dog

On Sunday, Aug. 11, Paul Cadd escaped from his house as it burned with only his phone, wallet, the t-shirt on his back and his dog, Maggie, according to his nephew, Brandon. B... Read more

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