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Hoffman Center for the Arts debuts “Online and at the Beach”

  By Dan Haag Education in the 21st century often means more than brick-and-mortar classrooms. There are a bevy of online opportunities for all ages and interests. Online students can learn from wherever and whenever they want, making “e-education” an attractive option for those with busy work and family schedules. Or for those who prefer learning from the comfort of their favorite chair and a cozy bathrobe. With that in mind, Manzanita’s Hoffman Center For The Arts (HCA) Writer’s Series... Read more →

MacGregor’s Whiskey Bar whets Manzanita’s whistle, opening May 1st

While offering a full cocktail bar, the focus will be on brown liquor with over a hundred labels on hand. By Dan Haag Mark Twain famously asserted that “too much of anything is bad, but too much good whiskey is barely enough.” Keep that in mind as you plan your first visit to MacGregor’s Whiskey Bar, a soon-to-open establishment in Manzanita that holds good brown liquor in high regard. Owner Chip MacGregor has developed a deep appreciation for the educational... Read more →

Health Literacy: What Is It and Why Is It Important? Year of Wellness “Communicating Your Health Needs May 3rd at NCRD

by Heather White, Community Health Improvement Coordinator; Columbia Pacific CCO Two of the most common questions asked during a visit with a health care provider: “Do you understand?” “Do you have any other questions?” These standard questions are meant to give us as patients room to advocate for ourselves. Unfortunately, if you didn’t understand something or you do have questions, it can be hard to put them to words, especially if it’s the end of the visit and everyone is... Read more →

Lower Nehalem Community Trust Annual Plant Sale April 29

By Laura Swanson, editor Tillamook County Pioneer The gardeners at Alder Creek Farm’s Community Garden have busy for months.  Beginning in February, the gardeners are “coached” through seed starting and transplanting of the specially-selected vegetables by Community Garden Coordinator Karen Matthews.  The annual plant sale is the main fundraiser from the LNCT’s community garden and was launched about 10 years ago when the community garden was just beginning.  “We had seed starting classes, and had overproduced for our garden area,... Read more →

Invitation to Bid

Projects: Liberty Elementary School             Gym Seismic Rehabilitation 1700 9th Street Tillamook, Or. 97141   Nestucca Valley Elementary School             Seismic Rehabilitation 36925 Hwy 101 South Cloverdale, Or. 97112 Both jobs to be bid separately with separate contracts.  Bids can be sent via Certified US Mail to O’Brien & Company or emailed to Call (971) 219-5422 for questions. Bids are due May 19th, 2017. Job Walks: Liberty May 8th at 10:00 am, Clover May 8th at 2:00 pm CM/GC:         ... Read more →

Busy Construction Season on Tillamook County Main Highways – US Hwy. 101 at Manzanita

  The work consists of replacement of an existing culvert at Neahkahnie Creek with a tunnel structure and enhancement of the stream bed as well as relocating and improving the highway alignment along U.S. 101 near Manzanita.  Also, turning lane movements into downtown Manzanita will be enhanced to improve safety, adding a left turn lane for Manzanita Avenue. The contractor finished the culvert work and stream bed work last fall.   The work that remains is on U.S. 101 and will... Read more →

*UPDATE* Coast Guard aircrew hoists 3 mariners after vessel runs aground near Boulder Island, Wash. CLICK ON LINK ABOVE FOR VIDEO. A Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat crewmember aboard a 45-foot Response Boat-Medium watches as an Station Port Angeles aircrew aboard an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter prepares to hoist three mariners near Boulder Island, Wash., Apr. 22, 2017. The three mariners, who were aboard a 46-foot recreational vessel, climbed onto rocks and were safely hoisted and transported to Paine Field, a small international airport in Everett. U.S. Coast Guard photo courtesy of Station Bellingham. Coast... Read more →

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