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Tillamook County Democrats Special Meeting Thursday Aug. 24

  Tillamook County Democrats will hold a special meeting this Thursday, in lieu of their regular monthly. The meeting will begin at 6:00 pm at Tillamook Bay Community College, Main Campus, 4301 Third Street, Tillamook.    Be sure to come early so that you can grab a slice of fresh, locally made PIE and ice cream before the informational presentations begin.    To kick off the evening we will have a presentation by Gail Frank, entitled Los Samaritanos, a Healing Presence Along the Border, about... Read more →

Senator Ron Wyden Town Hall in Manzanita August 25

Senator Ron Wyden will be at Pine Grove Community House in Manzanita on Friday August 25 at 2 pm. When elected to the U.S. Senate, Senator Ron Wyden pledged to hold at least one public town meeting in each of Oregon’s 36 counties each year. Keeping that promise since 1996, Senator Wyden has held more than 800 town hall meetings across the state.   Wyden serves on the Committees on Finance, Budget, Intelligence, and Energy and Natural Resources.  He is... Read more →

Fire Update – Sunday, August 20, 2017 – Explosive growth on Chetco Bar Fire leads to conflagration declaration

Several existing fires in Oregon grew yesterday, with the greatest growth on the Chetco Bar Fire in Curry County in southwest Oregon. Overnight  strong north winds pushed the fire south, increasing it by thousands of acres and threatening land protected by the Coos Forest Protective Association. Infrared mapping shows the total fire size as of this morning had reached about 31,000 acres according to a news release from the fire’s Incident Management Team. Gov. Kate Brown has invoked the Emergency Conflagration Act to... Read more →

Highway 101/6 Project Update – 8/16/17

The rest of August is dedicated to finishing touches on Pacific Ave., focusing on finishing curbs and sidewalks, drainage details, grading, paving, and striping. Expect lane closures on Pacific the next few weeks and lots of night work the rest of the month as crews scurry around to make up for time lost as they step away this Friday through next Tuesday in an attempt to clear as much space as possible for highly anticipated eclipse traffic. The priority is... Read more →

Missing Person Investigation Ongoing – Eric “Rick” Prueitt

The Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office is currently investigating a missing/endangered person complaint filed the evening of August 8th, 2017, involving Eric Daniel Prueitt, age 41, from the Tillamook area. Mr. Prueitt is described as a white male, 5’10” and approximately 150 lbs, blue eyes with brown hair. Mr. Eric Prueitt, who also goes by the nickname “Rick”, was last heard from on July 31st. It is unknown what the subject was last wearing. The Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office has pinged... Read more →

Tillamook County Fair 4-H Results

259 4-H members entered 1619 exhibits and contests at the 2017 Tillamook County Fair. Special awards Outstanding 4-H Fair Exhibitor – Alexis Bennett High Scoring Awards are given to the members with the highest total point score including all their project specific exhibits, project judging contest, educational displays, presentations, and records: Junior Horticulture Exhibitor – Nicole Ziegler Intermediate Horticulture Exhibitor – Alexis Bennett Junior Textile Exhibitor – Peyton Rawe Intermediate Textile Exhibitor – Alexis Bennett Senior Textile Exhibitor – Rachel... Read more →

POEM: The Calendar Family

Editor’s Note: Here is Virginia Prowell’s reference to August as “THE STEP CHILD” By Virginia Prowell (8-1-2015)                    Introducing the Calendar family                  Best known for their size and longevity,                                   Each of them is renowned for a special day                  Except for one who has been neglected this way                    Jan is famous for her big celebration,                  Bringing in the New Year for all the nations.                    Feb has cupid to mark the day... Read more →

“Ode to Eclipse” — DDD & SEH

by Virginia Prowell (8-9-2017)    Two years ago, I wrote a poem about the Calendar Family, referring to August as the step child, because nothing of importance happens in August.    Now I must retract my words and apologize to this month. August, you are gaining the recognition that you deserve and may become as famous as “Washington Crossing the Delaware” or The Gettysburg Address.     On the 21st, you may be known as DDD (Double Dawn Day) or SEH... Read more →

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