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Setting down ‘roots,’ reggae fete at home on the Mountain

Douglas Carnie, owner of NWWRF LLC and operator of the Northwest World Reggae Festival, is happy the event has landed on Mount Hood. In its 14th year overall and its second on the Mountain, C... Read more

Camp seeks major money for upgrade of aging facilities

A groundbreaking celebration at Camp Arrah Wanna revealed a campground from a bygone era; historic lodges in need of major structural renovations and facilities and lodgings whose rustic acco... Read more

Pesticide collections continue to rise

The seemingly impossible task of removing dangerous chemicals from our environment has been taken up by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ). And the results have been impres... Read more

REVEL raises hopes for Boston Marathon

Up to 3,000 people, runners and those who support them, are expected to be on Mount Hood on Saturday, July 28 for the inaugural REVEL Mt. Hood marathon and half marathon. And while they will ... Read more

Hoodland Senior Center named Super Heart Hero

Ella Vogel, director of the Hoodland Senior Center, accepted an award for the center’s efforts to assist isolated seniors at the May 24 Clackamas County Board of County Commissioner&rsq... Read more

Lineup announced for Timberline Mountain Music Festival

Tradition continues this Labor Day, Sept. 3, with the Timberline Mountain Music Festival at the historic lodge’s outdoor amphitheater.

“We have again teamed up with the ... Read more

Lineup announced for Timberline Mountain Music Festival

Tradition continues this Labor Day, Sept. 3, with the Timberline Mountain Music Festival at the historic lodge’s outdoor amphitheater.

“We have again teamed up with the ... Read more

Rhody dispensary has new ownership

Michael Budd and his wife, Cheryl, were in Oregon last year in search of finding the right marijuana business to acquire.

The pair rented a car and drove around the state, but coul... Read more

Winning logo design the new face of Rhody

Zigzag resident Laurie Crabb almost didn’t submit an entry for the logo contest spearheaded by the Rhododendron Community Planning Organization’s (CPO) Rhody Rising subcommittee. ... Read more

Climber’s family sues County for negligence and wrongful death

John Jenkins, 32, of Seattle, was the 106th recorded climbing death on Mount Hood, and the first in nearly two years.

He fell from the Hogsback ridge May 7, 2017, skidded approximat... Read more

Chuckwagon Breakfast celebrates its 60th anniversary

A limerick composed by Mt. Hood Lions Club member Jim Espenel to celebrate the 60th annual Chuckwagon Breakfast, held later this month, begins, ““There once was a Lion from the Ho... Read more

Lodge director garners Travel Oregon award

To the uninitiated, it should be noted that Jon Tullis is the director of public affairs at Timberline Lodge.

To those who have been keeping up on things, Tullis is also a Forest Se... Read more

Hoodland Library book sale aim to quench reading thirst

With warmer days arriving, the end of the school year in sight and the start of vacation season rapidly approaching, summer reading returns as an activity to enjoy whether soaking up sun at a... Read more

Public help sought in 2015 Trillium Lake homicide of Gresham man

A 2015 homicide at Trillium Lake remains unsolved.

On Sept. 24, 2015, Frank Wilson, 68, of Gresham, was found dead in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Trillium Lake recreation a... Read more

Public help sought in 2015 Trillium Lake homicide of Gresham man

A 2015 homicide at Trillium Lake remains unsolved.

On Sept. 24, 2015, Frank Wilson, 68, of Gresham, was found dead in his vehicle in the parking lot of the Trillium Lake recreation a... Read more

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