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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

AntFarm shifts services to provide COVID-19 relief

When the COVID-19 pandemic began its rapid spread throughout Oregon, Two Foxes Singing (Nunpa), the executive director of AntFarm Youth Services in Sandy, knew the non-profit he... Read more

Residents have icy reception to water rate increase

After a summer of tap water with high levels of iron, Cedar Glen Estates residents got a chance to voice their displeasure over a proposed water rate increase and the water qual... Read more

Mountain community rises up to assist injured biker

Tim Cornish has biked to work most every day for the past 26 years. But the bicycle enthusiast hit a rough spot at the end of September when the seat post on his bike broke, cau... Read more

10 Years Ago: A new mayor and watershed winners

Malone passes the torch

After serving for eight terms as Sandy's mayor, Linda Malone brough... Read more

Volcanic monitoring stations installed on Mount Hood

(MT) – Between Sept. 29 and Oct. 2, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) Cascades Volcano Observatory (CVO), in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service and Mount Ho... Read more

County approves short-term rental regulations

(MT) – The Clackamas County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) approved changes to the Zoning and Development Ordinance to allow for short-term rentals (STRs) in unincorp... Read more

Jim Price tabbed as the next Fire Chief

The board of directors of the Hoodland Fire District (HFD) selected James Price as the next Fire Chief following interviews with the final three candidates on Monday, Nov. 16. A... Read more

Book on Rhododendron is at the photo finish

Judi Graeper had originally planned to have a book celebrating the history of Rhododendron published for the community’s centennial celebration in August. But in the age o... Read more

Genetic breakthrough reignites Mount Hood cold case

Groundbreaking genetic analysis and genealogical research identified skeletal remains found on Mount Hood in 1986 as a young Oregon woman who was never reported missing despite ... Read more

Local chapter of TIP NW offers comfort after tragedies

June Vining, Executive Director of Trauma Intervention Program NW (TIP NW), was a founding volunteer of the organization, a group of specially trained citizen volunteers who pro... Read more

Anna Williams holds off Jeff Helfrich for House District 52 seat

Anna Williams pulled off a victory and earned a second term for the House District 52 (HD52) seat by defeating Jeff Helfrich in the November election. Results posted by the Oreg... Read more

New doc at Sandy Rose Natural Health

Rose Natural Health expanded its’ healthcare practice in November with the addition of a second physician, Dr. Kurt Beil.

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County on board with Governor's approach to COVID-19

(MT) – In a press release dated Nov. 25, Clackamas County noted it will comply with Governor Kate Brown’s announcement of a more risk-driven approach to reduce the s... Read more

Mountain cleanup braves COVID and snow

More than fifty volunteers put on warm layers and protective masks to help clean up Summit Ski area and Government Camp on Saturday, Oct. 24, despite steady snow and social dist... Read more

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