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Market returns with a Mountain of produce

With the Hoodland Farmers Market having entered its fourth season on Sunday, May 23, Market Manager Lauren Carusona knows it has made an impact from the response she’s get... Read more

Fire district budget prepared for 2021-22

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Fire Chief James Price presented a draft budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year to the district’s budget committee during a May 18 Zoom meeting. T... Read more

PGE plans to add poles on some Mountain properties

Portland General Electric (PGE) began marking properties for potentially adding poles to properties last month, the start of an effort to remove service drops that are attached ... Read more

McKnight returns to school board with write-in win

Of the 422 write-in votes cast for the Zone 3 (Welches) position on the Oregon Trail School District’s (OTSD) board of directors, some notable vote getters included one fo... Read more

Noah's Quest offers support to those who have lost a child

Saturday, June 26 will mark the 16th annual Noah’s Quest, a walk/run event for everyone who has lost a child or the hope of a child, and for those who care. The event is a... Read more

New book tackles the un-boring community of Boring

The community of Boring has experienced a surprising array of unexpected and unusual events during its 118-year history.

The ... Read more

Al Forno's new owners prep for summer

As one of the new owners of Al Forno Mount Hood Pizzeria in Rhododendron, Robin Klein credits her predecessor, Stephen Ferruzza, for building a successful restaurant. Klein note... Read more

Challenges expected for summer recreation season

Last spring, the U.S. Forest Service closed off the Mount Hood National Forest (MHNF) in response to the coronavirus pandemic. When the forest reopened in May 2020, it saw &ldqu... Read more

Sandy peace vigil to end with final event on Friday, May 28

After 15 years of weekly community gatherings to promote peaceful solutions to conflict, the organizers of the Sandy Peace Vigil have announced that the group will hold its fina... Read more

No candidate for Welches school board position

On a ballot with just one true race for the Mountain community, voters will also encounter no candidate for the Zone 3 (Welches) position on the Oregon Trail School District&rsq... Read more

RWA comes to agreement to protect water source

In an email dated Monday, April 26 to the board of directors of the Rhododendron Water Association (RWA), board president Steve Graeper announced an agreement had been reached w... Read more

Hoodland Fire and Clackamas County team up for vaccine clinic

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) will hold a COVID-19 vaccination clinic with Clackamas County in late spring to provide access to the vaccine for community members in the regio... Read more

The return of Sandy Actors Theatre

As if closing down to the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t bad enough, the Sandy Actors Theatre (SAT) lost its sign after it took a beating during the high wind event from last... Read more

10 Years Ago: Students offer international support

Welches students in the giving mood

Welches students demonstrated selfless behavior by spearheading a projec... Read more

Earthquake swarms bring a deeper understanding

On Monday, March 1, a 45-minute-long swarm of earthquakes occurred to the southwest of Mount Hood’s summit at a depth of approximately one to two kilometers below sea leve... Read more

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