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The Mountain’s Music Man

Tony DeMicoli’s foray into the music industry started by picking up a hitchhiker, but the seed for his career and how he went about his business was planted much earlier.<... Read more

The secret of Skyway’s ‘molten noodledom’

How Jason Hornor ever got out of Hooker’s Hamburgers must be one of those stories from which legends are made.

The Skyway Bar & Grill chef, ... Read more

Hwy. 26 sign project to impact weekday traffic

Legacy Contracting, the contractor for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) RealTime sign project on Hwy. 26, is expected to continue work through July, includ... Read more

‘A Line of Sight’ wheels through Welches

(MT) – Chris Mairs, 60, flashed through Welches June 20, putting the pedal down on one leg of his 3,653-mile cross-country trek.

Mairs, a tech e... Read more

Sandy Summer Sounds returns in July

Katie Murphy, coordinator for the Sandy Summer Sounds, booked the band 3 Leg Torso for the event a few years ago and there was a buzz around town afterwards. Word had it that th... Read more

Fire district to welcome four new volunteers to its ranks

Near the end of July, four more dedicated individuals are expected to graduate from the Hoodland Fire District’s volunteer academy and join the ranks of the nearly 40 volu... Read more

Policeman’s helmet weed Smackdown this month

(MT) – The Sandy River Basin Watershed Council (SRBWC) and Clackamas Soil and Water Conservation District (CSWCD) are back, partnering for a fifth consecutive year to redu... Read more

Get kids hooked on fishing

If parents are casting about for summer activities for their children, the Zigzag Ranger District is tipping the scale in the direction of Trillium Lake.

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May election returns four to school board

Randy Carmony and Kurt McKnight defeated their opponents to retain their positions on the Oregon Trail School District’s (OTSD) board of directors in the May election, whi... Read more

New theater hopes to ‘Pack’ the house

Howard Bickle, Jr.’s theatrical journey started in Sandy. His earliest endeavors came at Sandy High School, where his interest was fueled when Chris Harris became the dram... Read more

Whey better, barNONE

Corrine Konell was told a couple years ago following extensive food allergy testing that she likely could end up with an auto-immune disease later in life.

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Skyway holds fundraiser in honor of lost friend, Josh Wuerth

Just one year ago, the Skyway Bar and Grill lost a good friend in Josh Wuerth, a local musician who often played there in his numerous bands.

After h... Read more

Mountain resident’s design selected autism walk

When participants of the Autism Society of Oregon’s annual walk hit the pavement on Sunday, April 30 at Oaks Park in Portland, they were clad in a t-shirt to commemorate t... Read more

Night at the Museum (of Science and Industry)

In Ben Stiller’s 2006 movie, “Night at the Museum,” a curse makes the exhibits come to life, making for one mischievous evening.

For... Read more

A Paradise on Pedals

The Mt. Hood Bicycle/Pedestrian Coalition (MHBPC) is rolling down the road in its collaboration with the Oral Hull Foundation for the Blind to develop a tandem cycling program t... Read more

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