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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

Traditions face challenges as pandemic enters holiday season

Community efforts to help those in need during the holiday season have had to adjust due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, resulting in changes to how they are done or, in th... Read more

County to finalize short term rental regulations by 2021

The Clackamas Board of County Commissioners (BCC) renewed efforts to complete the long-delayed short-term/vacation rental (STR) regulations for unincorporated Clackamas County a... Read more

'Meet and greet' scheduled for Fire Chief candidates

Nine applicants submitted materials to the Special Districts Association of Oregon (SDAO) by the deadline of Friday, Oct. 16, forming the pool from which a new Fire Chief will b... Read more

Chamber partners with county to spur business recovery

Following their earlier efforts to help Mountain businesses during the pandemic, the Mt.Hood Area Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Clackamas County’s Economic Develo... Read more

Resident program makes positive impact in Government Camp

Dawson Kooch, Brandon Bergeron, Matt Garcia and Lucas Staples have been thrown into the fire – figuratively speaking – in their early days with the Hoodland Fire Dis... Read more

County's property tax revenues continues growth in 2020

(MT) – Property tax revenues increased by 4.47 percent in Clackamas County this year, rising to $962,182,559, according to a press release from the county’s Departme... Read more

No trick! Spooky Alley is back!

In the 60-something years that Spooky Alley has been held, there have only been a couple occasions when it was almost cancelled. And while the coronavirus pandemic has caused th... Read more

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