Chili connoisseurs prepare for cook-off

Sandy Post - Features
Mt. Hood Lions Club to host fiery fundraiser for Mt. Hood Learning Center in Welches

St. Michael's kicks off fall with car show

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Car enthusiasts of all ages invited to attend the annual fall cruise-in in Sandy

Down on the farm, they're making cider old-school

Estacada News - News
Pressing tradition takes place later this month at National Historic Site in Eagle Creek

Boring Beer Fest a hoppin' affair

Sandy Post - Features
First Boring Brewing brews event features more than 20 area breweries, cideries

Golf tourney opens doors for children

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Program aims to boosts after-school participation by eliminating financial barriers

Volunteers sought to ensure 'no one dies alone'

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Local group recruits 'good hearts' to sit with people dying, families grieving

SAT's 'Bill W. and Dr. Bob' shares story of friendship and…

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Original cast members recreate sold-out comedy production seven years later

Skibowl general managerto oversee new development

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Brett Fischer promoted to VP of lodging/future development after 17 years with resort

Fundraiser for Camp Odakoda races into sixth year Sept. 1

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Boring-based 5K benefits summer camp for children on the autistic spectrum

Brewers pour into Boring for festival

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Haley Road businesses open doors for weekend-long festival of games, food, brews

Hoodland prepares for flapjack fundraiser

Sandy Post - Features
Annual Huckleberry Pancake Breakfast to benefit senior center programs, operations

Not-so-boring event dulls heat with ice cream

Sandy Post - Features
Boring and Dull Day festivities bring out families, nonprofit groups, politicians

Happy 20th, Pickathon!

Portland Tribune - Features
Blind Boys of Alabama, Built to Spill, Black Pumas, Lost Bayou Ramblers and many more wow the crowds at eclectic Happy Valley music festival

Samoan-themed event to benefit Sandy Pioneers

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End Zone Club dinner to raise funds for football team equioment, jerseys, travel

Celebrate history, huckleberries at festival

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Cascade Geographic Society gets ready for weekend event at Rhododendron village

Well hello, Pierce Brosnan!

Gresham Outlook - Features
You never know who you will stumble into on the white sandy beaches of Kauai, The Garden Isle of Hawaii.

Activist sisters raise expectations

Portland Tribune - Features
Duo brings social consciousness, folk, hip hop to two days of Pickathon, which takes place at Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Aug. 3-5

'Talley's Folly' a play of love, wit, determination at Wolf…

Sandy Post - Features
Director Howard Bickle, Jr. brings set to life as third character in production

At 20-year mark, Pickathon still taking chances

Portland Tribune - Features
There will be 50-plus artists helping Happy Valley music festival celebrate the milestone, Aug. 3-5; founder Zale Schoenborn is ecstatic about the…

Brews, wine on tap for Boring and Dull Day

Sandy Post - Features
Annual August 9 celebration of two sister towns features new, local attractions

Leading the way

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Guide Dogs for the Blind, located in Boring, changes lives through perfect pairings

New's rolls into its 40th yearwith family members in tow

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Sandy-based father-son team celebrate long career in the automotive industry

Volunteers prepare to camp for a cure

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Relay for Life team to host annual family, two-day campout at old Roslyn Lake site

Summer Sounds, Starlight Cinema coming to Meinig Memorial…

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Public invited to take in 14 concerts, films, plays before school is back in session

Sandy activity nights create fun'social outlet' for all…

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Local volunteers host evenings of games, dinner, socializing and making new friends

Wolf Pack opens season with classic rom-com

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Sandy theater company sets whimsical scene in 1944 Lebanon, Missouri folly

Music Fair and Feast to expand family-friendly activities

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Annual Sandy chamber fundraising event gains attractions for families, sponsors

Machel Heldstab: Princess of the people

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Founder of Sandy's Helping Hands nonprofit organization to represent community

Friendship leads volunteer to seat on Sandy Mountain…

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Jenni Heller uses people skills to help festival, local nonprofit organizations

Mountain artist's creation to represent Rhody

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ZigZag resident derives inspiration for illustration from natural surroundings

Party on the Patio set to benefit hospice for 11th year

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Clackamas County Bank staff, community ready flamingo garb to honor late Randy Proctor

Park volunteers prepare high tea for charity

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Oral Hull Park for the Blind's annual tea party set for 1-4 p.m. Saturday, June 30

Adventure capital of the world

Gresham Outlook - Features
Bungee jumping to horseback riding - opportunities abound for adrenaline junkies in Queenstown, New Zealand

Festival princess earns tiara as friend to those in need

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Mom inspires Ari Dreger to continue tradition of helping others, volunteering

Sandy Actors Theatre produces drop-dead funny performance

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'The Cemetery Club' by Ivan Menchell runs until Sunday, June 24, at Meinig Avenue theater

Noah's Quest runs into 13th year

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Annual walk-run benefits those who've lost children, raises money for nonprofit group

City staff invites all to walk, run or roll around Longest…

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Annual event highlights Bornstedt Park and Splash Pad, various city services

For sale: 1,000 stories of American war history

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Library friends commemorate Memorial Day, raise money for library programs

Music teacher believes in banding together

Sandy Post - Features
Educator at three Oregon Trail elementary schools shares wisdom through music

Service down to a science

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Sandy High student Emma McAbery, 16, balances academics, athletics, volunteerism

Teacher connects kids to sea of possibilities

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Andy Wex utilizes knowledge of biology, life in Sandy High School science classroom

Veterinarian lends skills to Dogs of Chernobyl

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Jennifer Betz sells Sandy Animal Clinic to focus on charitable endeavors abroad

Sandy Podiatry Center gets new owner, name, services

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Trevor Haynes aims to offer a variety of services to communities of Sandy, Portland

Mount Hood Farmers Market welcomes season

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Vendors, community members enjoy sunny opening day of Pioneer Boulevard market

Sandy gardeners dig in to raise funds

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Annual plant and craft sale, fundraiser set from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 5

Speech and Debate team takes 5th place in state…

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Six Sandy High School students compete at Western Oregon University in Monmouth

Kelso teacher lets students own their experiences

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Jennifer Johnson promotes real-world skills, giving back while expanding one's education

Sandy FFA ag issues team to compete in nationals

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High school students take home several awards at state convention March 23-26

Volunteers celebrate Earth Day, opening of fishing…

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Sandy volunteer firefighters serve pancakes while others spruce up public spaces

Triplets work as team to better community

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Aiden, Brenna and Chloe Levesque belong to Hoodland Fire Department Support Group

Through the grapevine: Chamber nominates Buddha Kat…

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Local winery gains community recognition for famous fruit wines, popular ports

Educator brings tricks of trade home to Firwood

Sandy Post - Features
Sarah Workman brings her love of learning new things to her kindergarten classroom

Pioneers have winning down to a fine art

Sandy Post - Features
SHS students sweep 'best of show' awards at Northwest Oregon Conference Art Festival

Museum volunteer preserves memories of Bull Run

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Sandy Historical Society invites community to view new exhibit about 'town time forgot'

Businesses offer charitable ends for unwanted items

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Give your spring cleaning greater purpose by donating to local agencies, services

Mt. Hood Art Online organization to launch website…

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Artists create pieces in multiple media for event at Rendezvous Grill and Tap Room

Sandy actors produce play of perseverance

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'And a Nightingale Sang' playing at 17433 Meinig Ave. theater through April 29

Wolf Pack presents timeless classic

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'The Glass Menagerie' runs at 39570 Highway 26 theater through Sunday, April 29

Sandy gears up for 11th annual Solve-It event in…

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Volunteers sought to clean up natural areas around the community, up the mountain

Firefighters prepare to serve feast in new digs

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All-night pancakes on tap for annual Sportsman's Breakfast from April 20 to 21

Boring residents raise funds for injured Sandy…

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Sumpter still in hospital after accident outside Mt. Hood Community College on Feb. 7

Bushues invite community to savor local flavors…

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Boring agricultural vendors prepare to provide samples for Taste of Local event

Students head to state competition

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Six Speech and Debate team members set to compete on April 19-21 at Western Oregon University

Geren's gears up for annual tractor show

Sandy Post - Features
Event features old-school equipment, lunch, plant sale, in-store specials and more

Educator balances fun, teaching

Sandy Post - Features
Kristine Nuivert left world of fashion merchandising for forests, rivers, small-town life

Schools to provide preview for incoming…

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Round-ups meant to help parents, kids, schools prepare for next academic year

And a nightingale will sing at Sandy Actors Theatre

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Local actors premiere World War II-based production at 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 6

Wolf Pack Theater puts spin on classic 'Glass…

Sandy Post - Features
Howard Bickle, Jr. weaves 'conceptual version' of Tennessee Williams' play

Gym welcomes moms, sons for evening of fun

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Mt. Hood Athletic Club to host Spring Fling dance and benefit for basketball club

Mock Trials team to make its case at state

Sandy Post - Features
Group of eight Sandy High schoolers qualify for state competition on March 16-19

Bella's brings taste of Southeast Portland to…

Gresham Outlook - News
Troutdale couple offer famous chicken-and-jojos combo from Reel M Inn tavern at new restaurant and bar

Sandy High expands college opportunities for…

Sandy Post - Features
Class of 2021 students tour Mt. Hood Community College career technical classes on Feb. 16 and 23

Sandy High senior's drive earns place in Ford ASSET…

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Mimi Van Tuyl, 17, enjoys hands-on aspect of learning in the automotive industry

Weaving new life into an old art form

Gresham Outlook - Features
The Portland Japanese Garden's exhibit of bamboo baskets runs the gamut at Washington Park.

Our Opinion: Legislative session worthy of praise

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Because this is 2018 - an even-numbered year - the Legislature is supposed to eschew complicated legislation in favor of making mid-biennium budget…

'Rhody Rising' looks for logo to represent community

Sandy Post - Features
Rhododendron CPO members make next step in major village revitalization project

Rescue team raises funds for hurt K9

Sandy Post - Features
Opal injures right front leg during a 30-foot fall, in need of surgery for fractures

Welches students learn much ado about acting

Sandy Post - Features
Lessons in theater nurtures students' social development through expression

Honor Roll

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Cedar Ridge Middle School announces first semester honor students with 3.5 G.P.A. or higher

Theater debuts dark comedy of colorful characters

Sandy Post - Features
Nutz-n-Boltz Theater Company prepares 'Everybody Loves Opal' for Grange Street stage

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…

Sandy Post - Features
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

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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…

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

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

Hoodland Women's Club hosts crab feed

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Group prepares annual fundraising event to give back to the mountain community

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