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Welches Schools reopen

On Thursday, Feb. 18, Debbie Ortiz dropped her five-year-old son, James, off at Welches Schools for his first day of in-person kindergarten. She described the process that she a... Read more

Vision of Rhody's future offered in February meeting

Clackamas County and MIG Consultants hosted a Zoom meeting on Wednesday, Feb. 10 to present a draft of three design alternatives for the Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopm... Read more

New Welches residential subdivision in early stages

Clackamas County received a pre-application conference request on Wednesday, Feb. 3 regarding a partition/subdivision of nearly eight acres of land south of Hwy. 26 and to the e... Read more

Retirement delivers Postmaster Brenda Manley back to her family

Brenda Manley, postmaster for the U.S. Postal Service in the Mount Hood region, retired in February after a 30-year career serving the mountain communities.

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New technology to assist Hoodland Fire

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) expected to have three LUCAS chest compression system devices ready to use last month, reducing close contact emergency responders will have wit... Read more

Leather crafts for a lifetime at Dark Forest

Welches resident Jeff Curry appreciates well-crafted objects that can last a long time, but sees us living in a society that is more focused on buying stuff that will quickly be... Read more

The 'Ives' of March at Nutz-n-Boltz

Kelly Lazenby, Artistic Director of Boring’s Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company (NNB), notes that the short plays by David Ives that will be performed as readings in March will ... Read more

Senior Center's future in current location at risk

The Hoodland Senior Center faces an uncertain future as Clackamas County considers ending ownership of the building the center has occupied since 2012.

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Angela Brandenburg takes over as the new County Sheriff

Angela Brandenburg took over as the Clackamas County Sheriff last month, following the retirement of Craig Roberts after 16 years on the job. Brandenburg is the 33rd county sher... Read more

Commissioner Mark Shull asked to resign

Clackamas County Commissioner Mark Shull, who defeated Ken Humberston in the November election and was sworn in earlier in January, was censured by the Clackamas County Board of... Read more

Mountain businesses team up for raffle to benefit restaurants

Two Mount Hood businesses have teamed up to show some love to local restaurants struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic this Valentine’s Day.

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'Besties' a first step for Log Lodge

Last summer, Anita Halmøy Wisløff-Menteer and Erik Sims Wisløff-Menteer found themselves as the new owners of the Log Lodge in Rhododendron and in the middl... Read more

Draft plan for Rhody to be presented Feb. 10

Clackamas County and MIG Consultants will host an online virtual meeting from 7-8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10 to present a draft of the Rhododendron Main Street Site Redevelopmen... Read more

10 Years: Flood recovery, plaque recovered and coffee 'Crew'

The Flood

In the Feb. 2011 issue of The Mountain Times, it was reported the mountain commun... Read more

A decade later, 2011 flood a reminder of nature's fury

As the Mountain community enters the cold and dark season (all while dealing with a pandemic), the 10-year anniversary of the 2011 flood reminds us all that a little warmth at t... Read more

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