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Gliding through a winter wonderland at Teacup Lake

Steve Gutmann grew up skiing on Mount Hood, with a family cabin in Government Camp serving as their base of operations since the late 1970s. But when Gutmann came back to the northwest in the... Read more

CPO’s logo contest next phase in ‘Rhody Rising’ effort

There are a number of iconic aspects of the community of Rhododendron, including the swinging bridge (rededicated last September), Steiner Cabins, the Daughters of the American Revolution gar... Read more

Hwy. 26 land purchase opens opportunities for Mtn. community

A local general contractor has purchased four lots on Hwy. 26, and the land acquisition affords many possibilities for the future.

Kip O’Connor, owner of Big Mountain Company &... Read more

New cycling business adds to the industry of pedal power

Two back surgeries can get your attention, and can also lead to a dramatic change in lifestyle.

And two wheels and a pair of pedals can inspire a new business adventure in the Mount... Read more

Jeff Helfrich named to Mark Johnson’s vacated seat

With a choice of three nominated candidates, the commissioners of Clackamas, Hood River and Multnomah counties selected Jeff Helfrich of Hood River to fill the vacated Oregon House of Represe... Read more

Paula Walker opens Welches law office

Paula Walker had a slogan through her years as a project management process consultant: she didn’t want to make a better living, she wanted to make living better. Now, Walker will bring... Read more

Sandy production reveals parallels between today and WWII

Sandy resident Megan Grassl noted that while she has lived in Sandy her whole life, she had never been to the Sandy Actors Theatre (SAT) until after college. And that happened thanks to her m... Read more

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

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