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Govy to Timberline gondola part of larger vision of the future

Mountain residents who have been around long enough may remember the Skiway Tram that ran from Government Camp to Timberline Lodge back in the 1950s. And in a few years, it's po... Read more

Hoodland Farmers Market returns for fifth year with big changes

When Kate Brauner found out that the Market Manager for the Hoodland Farmers Market was ready to pass the reigns of the job to someone else, she decided to take the plunge.

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Hoodland Fire's Scott Kline graduates from elite officer program

Hoodland Fire District (HFD) Division Chief/Fire Marshall Scott Kline graduated from the National Fire Academy’s (NFA) Executive Fire Officer (EFO) Program on Thursday, Ma... Read more

Enjoy some Mariachi on Mother's Day

Maria Burke, President of Mt. Hood Unida, noted that while Mother’s Day is important in the United States, it has a special place in Mexico, rivaling Christmas and Easter ... Read more

Grand opening for historic sawmill at Philip Foster Farms

The smell of fresh sawdust will greet history buffs, pioneers-in-training and other guests at the grand opening of a historic Pacific Northwest sawmill at the Philip Foster Farm... Read more

The Scene on Stage: May features two shows

Justin Lazenby, director of the Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company’s (NNB) May production of “The Dining Room,” once acted in a production of the comedy during his c... Read more

Five local piecemakers send quilt to national show

A quilt made by five Hoodland piecemakers will be a semifinalist at the 2022 American Quilter’s Society’s (AQS) QuiltWeek, a prestigious international quilt show wit... Read more

Spring Garden Fair gets the green light after two years off

Sharon Andrews has seen some signs about more people getting involved in gardening, including taking walks around her neighborhood and noticing the time and energy people have p... Read more

Hoodland Fire receives grant money for Govy fire prevention

The Hoodland Fire District (HFD) received a grant from the Oregon Department of Forestry (ODF) in February for wildland fire preparation work in Government Camp. The Small Fores... Read more

Mount Hood Chamber resumes in-person meetings

The Mt. Hood Area Chamber of Commerce was set to resume in-person meetings in January, when the pandemic took a turn for the worse and the chamber held off once again. But with ... Read more

Second installment of 'Queens Girl' at CRT

Portland actor, musician and writer Lauren Steele was ready to perform the one-woman show “Queens Girl in Africa,” by Caleen Sinnette Jennings, last fall at Clackama... Read more

Volunteers needed to help clean up around Sandy

According to the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Journal, approximately 20 million Americans participated in the first Earth Day, a day of peaceful demonstrations to promo... Read more

Mount Hood represented by Luke Winters at 2022 Olympic games

Gresham’s Luke Winters’ early memories of skiing involve him, his brother and his father heading up to Skibowl, parking their camper in the lot and hitting the slope... Read more

Mobile breast cancer screening clinic to visit Sandy

When Tami Beaty first discovered her breast cancer she found it by accident. Now after her personal struggle with the disease, this breast cancer survivor is helping provide Mou... Read more

Heard from the Mountain to Carnegie Hall

Sandy High School junior Denali Barrett noted she comes from a musical family, with her parents singing to her since she was young.


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