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The ongoing legacy of Mount Hood’s archetypal architecture

Henry Steiner didn’t imagine his cabins would last generations. Constructed around Mount Hood during the first half of the 20th century by the German master craftsman and his family, th... Read more

Mountain folk flock to fledgling farmers’ market

While Lauren Carusona initially thought of the idea of a Hoodland Farmers' Market a couple years ago, she didn’t take action until this past June, when she got the ball rolling in short... Read more

Oregon kids count on us, so they should be ‘counted’

The looming danger of a census undercount in 2020 would present a serious threat to Oregon children.

Already, 12 percent of Oregon kids under five years old are at risk of being mis... Read more

Dragonfly spreads its wings with second location

Rori Klingbeil opened her first establishment, the Dragonfly Café and Bakery in Welches, five years ago and credits her mother with starting her baking. Klingbeil noted it was her mother&rsqu... Read more

Hood View Gardens holds food drive

Dennis Nash, one of the co-owners of Hood View Gardens, noted that some of the customers that walk through his door may need help from Neighborhood Missions.

The community outreach... Read more

PGE requests variance for communication tower

Portland General Electric (PGE) submitted a variance request, dated June 13, to build a 150-foot tall, three-legged communications tower at 69050 Hwy. 26 (near the intersection of Hwy. 26 and... Read more

PGE requests variance for communication tower

Portland General Electric (PGE) submitted a variance request, dated June 13, to build a 150-foot tall, three-legged communications tower at 69050 Hwy. 26 (near the intersection of Hwy. 26 and... Read more

‘Bear in mind’ – steps we can take to avoid conflicts with bears

For many forest dwelling communities, it’s common knowledge that we share the woods with animals of all shapes and sizes. Some of these critters, like songbirds, we welcome to our homes... Read more

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

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