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Rhody water lands $650,000 loan

Construction is underway on a Capital Improvement program featuring three major projects in Rhododendron.

The Rhododendron Water Association (RWA) was... Read more

Mountain steps up for community Christmas baskets

The push is on to make sure this holiday season is a happy one for all mountain families, as a slew of local groups gather non-perishable food and new, unwrapped toys for the co... Read more

Local man charged with sexual abuse

Mountain resident John David Bowe, 48, was arrested Oct. 25 by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Child Abuse Team, in conjunction with the U.S. Marshal’s Office ... Read more

The Business End: More kidding around at Wippersnappers

Two years ago, on the day after Thanksgiving, Wippersnappers opened its doors as the new kids play place in Sandy. And as they celebrated their anniversary last month, the busin... Read more

Mirror Lake Trailhead project wraps for winter

Work wrapped up during the early part of November on the Mirror Lake Trailhead relocation project, which will create a new parking area and a trail connection for the popular re... Read more

Opportunities abound with Hoodland Fire District

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Lieutenant/Paramedic Andy Figini sees a lot more opportunity now for the district’s volunteers than in the past, thanks to having paid staff o... Read more

The Scene on Stage: P.G. Wodehouse arrives in Boring

Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company’s Artistic Director Kelly Lazenby first encountered the play “Come On, Jeeves” in college. But she concedes that perhaps she did n... Read more

An artful start to the holidays

Approximately five years ago, the last Wine and Arts Fair took place at The Resort at The Mountain. But this November, The Resort brings back a re-envisioned version, called the... Read more

Johnson leaves post at HD 52

Often times, with dedication comes opportunity.

State Representative Mark Johnson, after seven years serving as House District 52 congressman, is head... Read more

Target shooting ban still possible for Miller Quarry

A ban on target shooting at Miller Quarry is still a possibility, according to John Huston, Cascades Field Manager for the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) Northwest Oreg... Read more

Skibowl’s Hans Wipper exits post after 28 years

September 29 was the last day at Skibowl for Hans Wipper.  The resort’s marketing director said leaving the post after 28 years was one of the hardest decisions he ha... Read more

Sandy to take over Cedar Ridge campus

Students from Cedar Ridge Middle School in Sandy are expected to move to their new campus at the Pioneer Building following the Thanksgiving break this month. That will allow th... Read more

November features theatrical fun

Sandy High School’s (SHS) new drama teacher and director, Colin Murray, spent about six weeks last school year getting acquainted with the students and the department. Thi... Read more

Welches Schools run drills to prepare for possible intruder

For Welches Schools Principal Kendra Payne and her staff, the security improvements on the school’s campus, including a single point of entry, camera system, key swipe acc... Read more

Dorman Down - Community icon yields to the shovel

The old Dorman Center has stood on shaky ground for a long time.

But it finally fell to the county’s wrecking ball in September.

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