Sandy podiatrist to retire after 40 years

Sandy Post - Features
Dr. Trevor Haynes to take over Pioneer Boulevard practice from Dr. Robert Geister

Local meat shop makes final cut for Chamber of Commerce…

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Two managers of Timberline Meat pleased with success over past nine months in Sandy

Rose Colored Glass entertains, educates audiences

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy Actors Theatre will present its latest historical fiction until Feb. 18.

Auto shop nominated for chamber award

Sandy Post - Features
Sanders Automotive revs up positive reviews with professional, personal care

Daughters don dresses for Father Daughter dance

Sandy Post - Features
Tickets for Sandy High School Future Health Professionals fundraiser are limited

Don't be scared - be prepared

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
It's more likely an earthquake will hit the Northwest than a nuclear ballistic missile launched by North Korea.

Heaven Scent raises money for local baby

Sandy Post - Features
Funds to help Elena Wright afford a heart transplant, defer costs of year-long hospital stay

Humble hospice nominated for Chamber award

Sandy Post - Features
Mt. Hood Hospice has provided families in Sandy area with quality care since 1980

Chamber mixes up mingling event for business owners

Sandy Post - Features
Mark Hiatt to share tips for successful networking at Morning Perk next Wednesday

Boring business opens blessing box

Sandy Post - Features
Bakery creates opportunity to help those less fortunate people in local community

OTA teacher prepares children to be 'world players'

Sandy Post - Features
Nancy Blaesing imparts worldly wisdom to students in Boring, around the world

Artist delves into the world of steampunk

Estacada News - Features
Vernon Sounders is featured artist for Wy'east Artisans Guild's show 'Different Strokes'

Teaching reading comes naturally to Susan Tong

Sandy Post - Features
Firwood reading specialist tailors lessons to students' individual learning styles

Sandy painter chosen for roving county exhibit

Sandy Post - Features
Karin Hoffman paints with vibrant colors to brighten Pacific NW gray winters

Sandy actors view WW II through 'Rose Colored Glass'

Sandy Post - Features
Jan. 26 production at SAT features all-female cast, depicts pre-Pearl Harbor America

Local teen takes political passion to Capitol

Sandy Post - Features
Derek Evans, 17, represents Sandy area at Oregon Association of Student Councils

Museum attracts visitors from around the world in 2017

Sandy Post - Features
More than 5,000 people from near and far traveled through Sandy in the past year

Welches teacher considers himself a lifelong learner

Sandy Post - Features
Thomas Wallace has taught multiple generations of kids in his 31-year-long career

Women's group to march on Sandy

Sandy Post - Features
Women's March on Sandy members prepare to take to the Sandy streets again on Jan. 20

Hoodland Women's Club hosts crab feed

Sandy Post - Features
Group prepares annual fundraising event to give back to the mountain community

'Neil Stryker and the Tyrant of Time' delights audiences

Gresham Outlook - Features
Produced in Oregon City, movie features local as well as famous actors in film festivals.

Cedar Ridge counselor helps adolescents navigate cyber age

Sandy Post - Features
Becky Curry has guided preteens through digital and non-digital eras at Sandy middle school

Young actor makes professional debut in Portland musical

Sandy Post - Features
Jackson Wells, 16, prepares for performance in feline, feel-good play on Jan. 20

Sandy artist will be featured at Estacada library

Estacada News - Features
Karin Hoffman, the featured artist at the Estacada library, calls her work 'pseudo realistic'

Test your knowledge of the holiday season

Gresham Outlook - News
Take The Outlook's fun holiday quiz, and let us know how you did in the comments!

Youngster throws holiday bash for families

Sandy Post - Features
Jackson Clark, 10, brings Christmas to less fortunate kids, parents in Sandy

'Sylvia' slobbers its way into audiences' hearts

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy Wolf Pack Theater's newest production is a hilarious comedy of canines

Naas educational assistant bridges language gaps

Sandy Post - Features
Maria Vargas finds inspiration teaching ELD class at Naas Elementary School

Kiwanis, community join forces to spread Christmas joy

Sandy Post - Features
Nonprofit groups, chamber members, deliver baskets to 276 Sandy area families

Canvasses returned to local Masons 20 years after theft

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy Police officers, admin return canvasses stolen 20 years ago to Masonic Lodge

SIGHTS, SOUNDS of the SEASON

Gresham Outlook - Features
Grotto's Festival of Lights, choirs help banish darkness; visitors are encouraged to donate canned or dry food for charity

Brews and views in the Florida Keys

Gresham Outlook - News
Tropical locale mirrors Northwest lifestyle for our travel columnist Lila Reed.

Hillary Clinton brings laughter, hope to Portland Democrats

Portland Tribune - News
Book tour appearance coincides with Alabama Senate race victory for Democrats; much celebration ensues

Local teen cheers on injured friend

Sandy Post - Features
Emily Yarnell donates time, effort to pay medical bills of hit-and-run victim

Holiday lights help benefit those in need

Sandy Post - Features
City Councilor John Hamblin presents light show to assist local nonprofit group

Sandy businesses offer holiday shopping options

Sandy Post - Features
Keep your Christmas money local through shopping in town for everyone on your list

AntFarm continues Kiwanis wood delivery program

Sandy Post - Features
Volunteers take over program to keep local senior citizens warm during winter months

Sandy welcomes Next Adventure

Sandy Post - Features
Deek Heycamp, Bryan Knudsen open shop in former Winter Fox space on Pioneer Boulevard

Tiny tots await visit from Santa

Sandy Post - Features
Senior Center invites friends of Mr. Claus to all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast

Seahawks punter meets with fans during Gresham chamber…

Gresham Outlook - News
Jon Ryan is part of the ownership group that purchased the Gresham GreyWolves baseball team on Nov. 2. He met with fans Tuesday at Sherwin-Williams…

Laura Moyer fosters independence, success in…

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy High teacher focuses on job skills, creating daily routines for students

Sandy High students thrive at winter supply drive

Sandy Post - Features
Advisory classes show initiative with charitable community service project

Groups collect toys, food and clothes for Christmas…

Sandy Post - Features
Local nonprofit organizations come together to create Christmas for Sandy-area children

New production goes to the dogs

Sandy Post - Features
Wolf Pack Theater will open four-part, four-legged comedy 'Sylvia' on Thursday, Dec. 7

Get set for Sandy's tree lighting event

Sandy Post - Features
Chamber creates coupon book to encourage shopping local this holiday season

Museum creates opportunity for local students

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy High interns discuss first-month experiences on the job, motivation to get involved

Actors theatre offers comedy of camaraderie

Sandy Post - Features
'Heroes' provides an evening of dry humor, hilarity for Sandy theater-goers

OTA teacher follows family tradition to classroom

Sandy Post - Features
Sarah Dummer helps her middle school students choose a positive path to future

Hospice staff host holiday event of remembrance

Sandy Post - Features
Mt. Hood Hospice in Sandy helps those grieving find solace, peace in winter months

Runners invited to give thanks with Tickle Trot

Sandy Post - Features
Melissa Filich hopes 5K becomes tradition for many more families throughout the years

Sandy Grade tops district for academic growth

Sandy Post - Features
Principal, staff, students celebrate positive report card with fun assembly

Bending - not breaking - from cancer

Sandy Post - Features
Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center yoga class boosts wellness for those living with cancer.

Clinton heads to Portland on book tour

Gresham Outlook - News
$150 per ticket price for Dec. 12 talk doesn't faze supporters of Hillary Rodham Clinton.

Camo crawl creeps into fourth year

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy Helping Hands annual event to help fund organization's emergency assist program

Naas secretary brings parental perspective to school

Sandy Post - Features
Rachael Langley makes students feel important, 'cared for' at school and at home

Pioneers turn pirates for musical evening

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy High School thespians prepare performance of 'The Pirates of Penzance'

Media specialist teaches digital citizenship

Sandy Post - Features
Lisa Mitchell helps children explore a library beyond books, grow to be good digital citizens

Sandy VFW member is one tough cookie

Sandy Post - Features
After decades of baking for veterans, Lois Leavitt passes the apron on to new volunteer

'Heroes' commandeer the stage with 'human gentle…

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy Actors present play appropriate to honor America's military veterans

New school building gets new brand

Sandy Post - Features
Cedar Ridge Middle School salutes the past with red and black Mountaineers logo

Dental practice wings into town

Sandy Post - Features
Small-town native Dr. Russell Bird brings expertise, a smile to Sandy community

Firwood principal works to create equal-opportunity…

Sandy Post - Features
Tara Bourland has worked a decade as a school administrator in the state of Oregon

Students learn to run, hide and fight during…

Sandy Post - Features
District teachers undergo safety training for schools' worst-case scenarios

Bringing the law home to Welches

Sandy Post - Features
Resident Paula Walker opens law practice to serve her community, give legal aid

Country Barn owners prepare ghoulish good time

Sandy Post - Features
Mike Burkhardt and Cameo Curtis host haunting pre-Halloween event at Sandy venue

Pioneer Pete embarks on quest to raise funds

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy High School Senior All-Night Party committee holds creative fundraiser

Triple-threat teacher still going strong

Sandy Post - Features
Lois Owen's lessons transport sixth-grade students out of classroom, Boring

Educational assistants: support in the wings

Sandy Post - Features
Helping teachers is a multi-faceted role at Sandy Grade School, requires assistants to work as a team

Kindergartener raises money through fleet feet

Sandy Post - Features
Lilian Alden raises more than $3,000 at Oregon Trail Academy's annual Jog-A-Thon

High school musiciansrepresent Sandy abroad

Sandy Post - Features
Sandy High School students Gretta Mobley, Logan Smith sing and play their way through six European countries

Community celebrates local eats

Sandy Post - Features
Stone Soup show performed by young Sandy thespians at Seed to Supper community event last Friday

Sandy Family Restaurant laudedfor friendliness,…

Sandy Post - Features
Chamber recognizes Ria Brower's family restaurant, bar as nominee for quarterly sensational business award

Taekwondo school gets kicks from community…

Sandy Post - Features
Owners nominated for quarterly chamber award alongside Sandy Cinema and Sandy Family Restaurant

Oregon royalty crowned at MHCC event

Gresham Outlook - Features
Judges selected Toneata Morgan and Jaycie Forrester as Miss Oregon USA and Miss Oregon Teen USA.

New gym finds fit in Sandy

Sandy Post - Features
Oregon City native Mikel Nielson to open Thrive Fitness in former Goodwill space on Meinig Avenue

Teacher drums up passion for psychology, history

Sandy Post - Features
Anouxa Vixathep took meandering path, exploring passions to teach Sandy High School students

Sandy High gets technical with education

Sandy Post - Features
New career technical education course offerings provide students with pathways to professions

Artist enhances ambience with mural at local…

Sandy Post - Features
Party at Donny's Gateway Pub Saturday to unveil Sandy native's coloful mural, tribute to late, great musicians

Wolf Pack play ramps up spookiness

Sandy Post - Features
Devil comes down to Sandy, Oregon, in Conor McPherson's Irish tale of retribution, high stakes

Boring theater dials it up for season opener

Sandy Post - Features
Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company set to thrill with murder mystery 'Dial M for Murder' just in time for Halloween

Wendy Wilson: Still holding on

Gresham Outlook - Features
Famed musician and mom Wendy Wilson finds harmony while living in Camas, Washington.

Educators bring varied adventures, backgrounds to…

Sandy Post - Features
New teachers, staff members acclimate to Oregon Trail School District in beginning of new year

Digital art gallery gets personal with fall show

Sandy Post - Features
Mt. Hood Art Online artists host evening at Rendezvous Grill & Taproom in Welches complete with fine wine and art

Schroeder family invites Sandy residents to 'fuel'…

Sandy Post - Features
Easton's 'Beast Squad' assembles to donate blood for those in need of transfusions on Wednesday, Sept. 13

Brightwood author helps defeat your inner zombie

Sandy Post - Features
Harlan Wheeler releases creative self-help book to combat zombie-like quality of consumer-driven America

Boring, Welches schools welcome new educators

Sandy Post - Features
Six new teachers started at Boring Middle last week, one newcomer joined the Welches Elementary staff

Teachers excited to create classroom communities

Sandy Post - Features
Naas Elementary, Kelso Elementary and Sandy Grade School welcome new teachers to Oregon Trail family

Gresham student shares photography with Sandy

Sandy Post - Features
Jonathan Reiterman, 15, found his passion for exploring behind the lens of a camera as a young child

Timberline Mountain Music Festival features roots…

Sandy Post - Features
The Timberline Mountain Music Festival will run from 12:30 p.m. to sunset, Monday, Sept. 4, rain or shine, and will feature string, folk, bluegrass…

Buddha Kat appeals to bride on a budget

Sandy Post - Features
Local winery offers wedding show along with wine tastings from the barrels, Sandy area vendors

Putting on a colorful face

Sandy Post - Features
Maggie Doherty paints her masterpieces on willing participants' faces at the Mount Hood, Estacada and Happy Valley farmers markets.

Sandy High says hello to creative new staff

Sandy Post - Features
Five new teachers will start next Wednesday, Sept. 6, at Sandu High School, teaching everything from math to theater, and also trying their best to…

Teachers learn Run, Hide, Fight strategies

Sandy Post - Features
Oregon Trail School District puts emphasison safety, preparedness with staff and student training

Sandy actors kick off 40th season with comedy

Sandy Post - Features
'How the Other Half Loves' by Alan Ayckbourn highlights the phases, confusion of relationships

New Kidds on the block to reopen Island Teriyaki

Sandy Post - Features
Carl and David Kidd actualize childhood dreams in Sandy with new venture in restaurant venture ownership

Sandy Hooters prepare for Hood to Coast relay of…

Sandy Post - Features
Local running team of twelve take on 36th Hood to Coast, representing Sandy and Mt. Hood Athletic Club

Boring race invites all to '5K your way'

Sandy Post - Features
It's My Ability benefits camp for autistic kids, gives those on the spectrum a summer camp experience

Sandy Actors Theatre plays into 40th year

Sandy Post - Features
SAT is a mainstay for community entertainment, a source for local thespians and theater lovers

Boring mortician shares'green burial' secrets in…

Sandy Post - Features
Elizabeth Fournier seeks to help those dealing with death, provide multiple options for burial

Fabrics galore are in store for quilter club's…

Sandy Post - Features
Shoppers can browse yarn, books, patterns for new fall looks at benefit for Sandy Historical Museum

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