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Welches Schools celebrates the life of Hollis Carpenter

Hollis Carpenter loved swings, both the tire and rope versions that her family have at their Mountain home. Hollis’ mother, Amber, remembers the time she spent out enjoyin... Read more

2021 marks the end of Sandy River Watershed Council

The Sandy River Watershed Council (SRWC) – an independent nonprofit organization working to preserve and protect the Sandy River watershed since 1997 – ceased its op... Read more

County hearing on Hoodland Park District set for Jan. 6

Clackamas County Commissioners will take comments regarding the proposed Hoodland Park District at the Thursday, Jan. 6 business meeting.

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A changing of the guard for Fire District's volunteer board

After nine years of serving as the president for Hoodland Fire District’s (HFD) Volunteer Board Association (VBA), Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Nick Mill... Read more

Rhody CPO meets in person for first time in two years

The last time the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization (CPO) held an in-person meeting, various dignitaries (and a cake) were on hand to celebrate the first of two cente... Read more

Winter reading challenge to read for a better world

Looking for a staycation idea now that the holidays are over and the dark, cold days of winter have fully arrived?

 

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'Dragnet,' 'Popeye,' more for theater fundraiser

Kelly Lazenby, Artistic Director of the Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company (NNB) in Boring, noted that choosing a selection of radio plays and more for the annual “In Front of t... Read more

Naughty weather makes finding a nice tree a challenge

Area merchants and tree farmers warn that locals looking for that perfect Christmas tree this season can expect a less abundant selection after a summer of high heat and drought... Read more

Park District petition expected to be approved

Organizers of the proposed Hoodland Park District, a new entity that could receive three parcels of land on Salmon River Road from Clackamas County and oversee community project... Read more

Breckie, coffee and more at Fernie's

Sandy Spitzer first moved to the Mountain in 1996 and has worked in various industries, including at a snowboard camp and in a number of restaurants.

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Chamber returns to in-person meetings in January

The past 21 months for the Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce have been anything but “business as usual.” After the coronavirus pandemic hit, the chamber halted in-pe... Read more

Fire District urges home safety preparation for the winter

While the mention of a chimney sweep can frequently bring to mind the movie “Mary Poppins,” a proper chimney cleaning can help prevent a chimney fire, which can rapi... Read more

A Christmas mystery

Kelly Lazenby, director of the December Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company’s production, noted that a play with Sherlock Holmes has always been at the top of the list. This mont... Read more

Tips for living where the wild things are

As the boundaries between rural and urban areas shrink, encounters and conflicts with wildlife become more common. Forest-dwelling communities know this particularly well. It&rs... Read more

La Niņa pattern offers hope for a snowy winter

Mount Hood ski resorts are readying for the winter season as the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) forecast calls for a cooler, wetter winter in the Pacific... Read more

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