Snow Guarantee

Snow Guarantee

After strong season, snowpack sees early melt at Mt. Hood site It’s the classic case of wait...

A slam dunk-ey

A slam dunk-ey

Donkey Basketball competition returns to Sandy High To be a successful basketball player,...

Sacred traditions

Sacred traditions

Fourth-generation master weaver shares knowledge with family, others El aventurero. In Spanish,...

Deep gratitude

Deep gratitude

- Mountain merchants, ski resorts still benefit from early, often snowfall on Mount Hood. A year...

Honoring a hometown hero

Honoring a hometown hero

Skibowl event remembers late Olympic champ Bill Johnson Olympic gold medalist and hometown hero...

Drawn to it

Drawn to it

Naas Elementary students create comic strips as part of Artist in Residence program Some stories...

Loads of love

Loads of love

Laundry outreach provides free clothing care to those in need Hannah Dillie knows she is luckier...

Sandy students have a need for speed

Sandy students have a need for speed

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POST PHOTO: ELIZABETH KELLAR - Baker and cake decorator Hope Nealey speaks to Cedar Ridge Middle School students as part of the schools annual career day event Friday, April 29.
May 04, 2016

Students get professional advice

by Elizabeth Kellar
Cedar Ridge career day gives students a glimpse into future It’s a question most youngsters are likely to have heard at least once. What do you want to be when you grow up? Now, 12-year-old Tate…
May 04, 2016

Police Log

by Pamplin Media Group
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Sandy Police Department. Police recently filed reports on the following incidents: DOMESTIC DISTURBANCES/ASSAULTS n…
May 04, 2016

School Briefs

by Elizabeth Wendt Kellar
Schools schedule Spring concerts Several Oregon Trail School District schools have scheduled their Spring concerts. They include: n Sandy Grade Spring Music Concert, 5:30 p.m. Thursday, May 5,…


May 04, 2016

Keeping Posted

by Pamplin Media Group
Events n Alphabetica, an art show showcasing the work of Wy’East Artisans Guild members and their exploration of the alphabet, is on display through July 5 at the Sandy Public Library. For more…
May 04, 2016

News Briefs

by Pamplin Media Group
Prescribed burns scheduled for early May Mount Hood National Forest personnel will be conducting prescribed burns in early May on the Barlow Ranger District. The planned burn locations are:…
May 04, 2016

Fire Calls

by Pamplin Media Group
Sandy Fire Saturday, April 23 10:58 p.m., EMS call, Bachelor Avenue. 4:38 p.m., emergency medical service, other, Southeast Bell Street. 4 p.m., EMS call, Southeast Evans Street. Friday, April…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Sandy High School is a finalist in the Vans Custom Culture online competition, and could win $50,000 for their art program.
May 04, 2016

A project with art and sole

by Elizabeth Kellar
SHS student shoe designs tapped for Vans contest finals There’s no doubt that these kicks have got some kick to them. Now, it’s up to online voters to determine if four pairs of shoes inspired…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - The Sandy Kiwanis Fly In Cruise event will once again welcome big planes.
May 04, 2016

Big planes return to Sandy Kiwanis Fly In Cruise In fundraiser

by Elizabeth Kellar
Event will be held July 24 Aircraft admirers have a reason to rejoice. Big planes are returning to the Sandy Kiwanis Fly In Cruise In fundraiser. The 59th-annual event will be from 7 a.m. to…
May 04, 2016

2014 flasher sentenced to two years

by Elizabeth Kellar
Dick has record of sex offenses dating to 2008 A registered sex offender who authorities say used a disguise and went on a public masturbation binge that frightened women across eastern…
May 04, 2016

County voters deciding bond for radio upgrades

by Peter Wong
$59 million bond will upgrade communications for emergency services Clackamas County voters are deciding whether to spend almost $59 million over the next 15 years to upgrade an aging emergency…

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WILLAMETTE FALLS MEDIA CENTER - From left, are OPB reporter Rob Manning, Clackamas County Commissioner Paul Savas, Clackamas County Commissioner Jim Bernard, Clackamas County Board Chairman John Ludlow and Clackamas Review/Oregon City News Editor Raymond Rendleman.
May 02, 2016

Pamplin Media moderates debate for Clackamas County chair…

by Raymond Rendleman
Willamette Falls Media Center and Clackamas Review/Oregon City News Editor Raymond Rendleman co-hosted a more than hour-long debate on April 28 for members of the County Board of Commissioners…
May 01, 2016

Vancouver hiker lost on Mt. Hood is safe

by Pamplin Media Group
Hiker contacted CCSO this morning, and is not injured Updated at 1:40 p.m.: A Vancouver hiker lost on Mt. Hood has found his way to safety, the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office reported. The…
CONTRIBUTED PHOTO - Nancy Gregson-Spencer
Apr 27, 2016

Five chosen for Mountain Festival court

by Elizabeth Kellar
Local ladies represent the best of Sandy on five-generation court at this year's event Meet the Sandy Mountain Festival’s Five Generation Court of 2016. Four princesses and one queen are…
Apr 27, 2016

Who's your buddy?

by (none)
Always sniffing out a fun topic to write about, our newsroom staff is hot on the trail of this year’s Pets & Their People special publication. There are few topics as endearing to most people as…
Apr 27, 2016

Pool study prompts further digging

by Elizabeth Kellar
Environmental report shows oil tanks buried near aquatic center The results of an environmental study shows the city of Sandy will need to do a bit more digging – literally – as part of its…
POST PHOTO: JOSH KULLA - Matt Gist, head of school security at Sandy High School, monitors a hallway between classes Monday. He is part of a three-member security team.
Apr 27, 2016

A team effort for school safety

by Elizabeth Kellar
SHS security works to keep students happy, healthy and safe The Sandy High School security office is just past the school’s main office. Like the main office, its walls are clear glass. But this…
Apr 27, 2016

Candy tossing returns to summer parade

by Elizabeth Kellar
New rules aim to make Mountain Festival parade safe for spectators Fans of the Sandy Mountain Festival Parade will once again be able to satisfy their sweet tooth, but with new guidelines…
Apr 27, 2016

Fire Calls

by Pamplin Media Group
Sandy Fire Saturday, April 16 10:21 a.m., motor vehicle accident with injuries, Southeast Rude Road. 12:44 p.m., good intent call, Southeast Bruns Avenue. 2:10 p.m., motor vehicle accident with…
Apr 27, 2016

News Briefs

by Pamplin Media Group
First Friday set May 6 The next Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce First Friday will be May 6 with the theme “Local Eats.” Participating business will provide a box to customers to donate canned…
Apr 27, 2016

Police Log

by Pamplin Media Group
Information for the public safety column comes from public records of the Sandy Police Department. Police recently filed reports on the following incidents: ARRESTS n 4:05 a.m., April 18: Police…