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BENEATH WY'EAST: Two true (and astonishing) tales of…

BENEATH WY'EAST: Two true (and astonishing) tales of…

Sandy Post - Opinion
Sandy Post columnist Paul Keller recounts the day his car ran away, and the time a suicidal driver tried to kill him.
Vietnam Vets still without a Salem memorial

Vietnam Vets still without a Salem memorial

Sandy Post - Opinion
Steve Bates of Boring is an outspoken advocate for Vietnam veterans and for the creation of a Vietnam War Memorial in the shadow of Oregon's State…
LETTER: Many volunteers make food baskets possible

LETTER: Many volunteers make food baskets possible

Sandy Post - Opinion
Carol Norgard and Michelle Cassell, both active members of the Mt. Hood Lions Club, are grateful for community support of the holiday food and gift…
We are the Sandy Post

We are the Sandy Post

Sandy Post - Opinion
Investing in local journalism is investing in your community reporting staff
Community journalism comes at a cost

Community journalism comes at a cost

Sandy Post - Opinion
FROM THE PUBLISHER: No other media outlet covers Sandy, the mountain communities or Boring with the depth that you get from The Post. We know you…
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1999: Old St. Nick and his elves on parade through Sandy at the turn of the century
A way to save local journalism

A way to save local journalism

Sandy Post - Opinion
If you believe that an informed community is a strong community, then we at the Pamplin Media Group need your support - now, more than ever.
On losing my four-legged roommate and friend

On losing my four-legged roommate and friend

Sandy Post - Opinion
BENEATH WY'EAST: Columnist Paul Keller reflects on a stray tabby cat that wandered out of the Mt. Hood wilderness and into his heart.
Bipartisan cooperation is still possible

Bipartisan cooperation is still possible

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
If U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley can work productively with U.S. Sen. Mitch McConnell - a.k.a 'oil and water' - then there is hope that Oregon's polarized…
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1989: Post photos show artist giving thanks with good public art window mural
Regardless of ZIP code, Oregonians on same page

Regardless of ZIP code, Oregonians on same page

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Adam Davis of DHM Research says Oregonians are laser focused on key issues, and political candidates had better be prepared to discuss those topics
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1949: Student achievements give Sandy citizens hope, this time 70 years ago and now
For this Veterans Day: Remembering my father

For this Veterans Day: Remembering my father

Sandy Post - Opinion
As Veterans Day approaches, Sandy Post Columnist Paul Keller reminisces about his father, who served during World War II.
How I survived the Columbus Day Storm

How I survived the Columbus Day Storm

Sandy Post - Opinion
Columnist Paul Keller recounts his harrowing experience of surviving the Columbus Day Storm on Oct. 12, 1962.
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1959: Bear brought down by appetite for apples, Roger Comer's .22-caliber rifle
My View: Close loophole on surprise medical bills

My View: Close loophole on surprise medical bills

Sandy Post - Opinion
Dr. Chuck Goldberg wants Congress to mandate that insurance companies pay the difference between the patient's in-network co-pay and the median…
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1979: Timberline Lodge expands. The construction was estimated to cost around $6.7 million.
Fight climate crisis with range of renewables

Fight climate crisis with range of renewables

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Kurt Miller, executive director, of Northwest RiverPartners, says the fight against climate change must embrace hydropower as an important ally.
BENEATH WY'EAST: A marvelous drive back down memory lane

BENEATH WY'EAST: A marvelous drive back down memory lane

Sandy Post - Opinion
Do you remember 'service stations?' Columnist Paul Keller takes us back to a time when service was king.
Yesterday's headlines

Yesterday's headlines

Sandy Post - Opinion
1979: Timberline Lodge expands. The construction was estimated to cost around $6.7 million.
Big Tobacco, stop poisoning our children

Big Tobacco, stop poisoning our children

Clackamas Review - Opinion
David Jacques is a volunteer ambassador for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in Clackamas County and also works with homeless communities of…
Our View: Transparency takes a hit in Salem

Our View: Transparency takes a hit in Salem

Portland Tribune - Opinion
If Oregon hopes to find a new Public Records Advocate, independence must be a guaranteed part of the job description, not a hollow campaign promise.
Our journey to right-sizing Clackamas County's budget

Our journey to right-sizing Clackamas County's budget

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Gary Schmidt, Clackamas County administrator: We need to hear from you about what services you most value from your county.
Neighbors justified in concerns regarding filtration plant

Neighbors justified in concerns regarding filtration plant

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Outlook Editorial: On The Topics Of Potential Visual And Noise Intrusion, The Portland Water Bureau Has Not Provided Sufficient Information Upon…
Striving for a closer existence with nature

Striving for a closer existence with nature

Sandy Post - Opinion
Paul Keller, author of his monthly Beneath Wy'east column, introduces his readers to a mountain goat that surprisingly lives a quiet life in the high…
Healthy doesn't have to be hard: Tips for Men's Health Month

Healthy doesn't have to be hard: Tips for Men's Health Month

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
There's really no big mystery to getting and staying healthy despite all the fads and ads
Call to reserve your space today!

Call to reserve your space today!

Sandy Post - Opinion
The Sandy Post/Gresham Outlook offer discounted advertising pricing for one day only
My View: Fight for our future. Pass the Clean Energy Jobs…

My View: Fight for our future. Pass the Clean Energy Jobs…

Portland Tribune - Opinion
Yusuf Arifin is a student at Cedar Park Middle School in Beaverton. Ruby Haack and Edith Allen are students at Grant High School in Portland.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Elect Dayna Brown and Nicole O'Neill…

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Elect Dayna Brown and Nicole O'Neill…

Sandy Post - Opinion
Letter writer Amanda Mason says Dayna Brown and Nicole O'Neil will serve the best interests of children, if elected to the Oregon Trail School Board.
LETTER: Elect Courtney Helstein to Mt. Hood Community…

LETTER: Elect Courtney Helstein to Mt. Hood Community…

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Letter writer Wendy Lawton of Fairview endorses Courtney Helstein's platform in her campaign to win election to the MHCC Board of Education.

Prevent child abuse in Clackamas County

Clackamas Review - News
Prevent child abuse in Clackamas County
Tom Soma is the executive director of Oregon City-based Children's Center, a private, nonprofit child-abuse-intervention center serving Clackamas…

It's our pool, we should maintain it for our…

Sandy Post - Opinion
It's our pool, we should maintain it for our…
Guest columnist Gloria Bean of Sandy writes her rebuttal to an editorial that appeared in the April 3 edition of the Sandy Post. She, like many…

OPINION: Pool closure a symptom of city's funding…

Sandy Post - Opinion
OPINION: Pool closure a symptom of city's funding…
SANDY POST OPINION: The city of Sandy's funding crisis has created a perfect storm, leading to the planned closure of the Olin Y. Bignall Aquatic…

1969: World champion women's basketball team takes…

Sandy Post - Opinion
1969: World champion women's basketball team takes…
Direct from the Sandy Post archives, here's a look at some of the stories that were in the headlines from decades past.

Doctor prefers his old tools and methods

Sandy Post - Opinion
Doctor prefers his old tools and methods
'Beneath Wy'east' Columnist Paul Keller introduces us this week to longtime mountain resident David Rogers, who is famous for building log homes…

Improving graduation rates are cause for applause

Sandy Post - Opinion
Improving graduation rates are cause for applause
The Oregon Trail School District has reason to be proud of its graduation rate for 2017-18. The determination of teachers and administrators, along…

Cougar management: Look back before moving forward

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Cougar management: Look back before moving forward
Jim Akenson, a wildlife biologist and Conservation Director for the Oregon Hunters Association, wants Oregonians to consider the negative…

Home visit law would be cash wisely spent

Gresham Outlook - Opinion
Home visit law would be cash wisely spent
PAMPLIN MEDIA GROUP EDITORIAL: The 2019 Oregon Legislature will debate legislation that, if passed, would create a program of voluntary, universal…

Sandy Post subscription model reflects value of…

Sandy Post - Opinion
Sandy Post subscription model reflects value of…
The Sandy Post is launching a paywall for full access to its website beginning Monday. Jan. 21.

Clackamas County vehicle-registration fee needed now

Clackamas Review - Opinion
Clackamas County vehicle-registration fee needed now
Clackamas County Chair Jim Bernard: 'We are millions of dollars behind in maintenance - including our local roads in unincorporated areas - and every…

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