Five Things for Monday, including more Mt. Hood and Oregon's take on the Mueller report
Monday, 25 March 2019 We were skiing at Mt. Hood Meadows over the weekend when U.S. Attorney General William Barr's truncated statement about the Mueller report came out. So I stuck a little about both of those — Meadows and the report — in today's Five Things. More Meadows It was a surprisingly quiet day on the slopes at Mt. Hood Meadows on Saturday. But as anyone who skis or snowboards here knows, that's not always the case. In order to better accommodate the masses, Mt. Hood Meadows announced last week that…
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