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Rosie’s Rescue: Local EMTs Team Up with PUD to Reach Van, Save Abandoned Dog

By Laura Swanson, Tillamook County Pioneer Our local EMTs see a lot of difficult situations, and a call for an ambulance on Wednesday afternoon brought yet another dilemma. They transported a person that had just walked out miles through the snow, after their van had became stuck miles in the Coast Range, off of Hwy. 6. The owner told them that he had been living up there for weeks, it snowed, he got stuck, and when his food ran out,... Read more →


News Release from Oregon State Police Posted on FlashAlert: February 19th, 2019 1:44 PM Based on tips received through the hotline, Oregon State Police have identified the deceased female as Satin Fever Star (aka Kahrin Jean McDonald), age 63, from Lincoln City, Oregon. Star was seen on February 11, 2019. The investigation remains active but at this time there is no known threat to the community and her death does not appear suspicious. The Oregon State Police would like to... Read more →

It’s old news: Think globally, act locally

By Victoria Stoppiello I was a little chagrined that two young friends decided to drive to Astoria, 45 miles each way, to see a movie, “Bohemian Rhapsody.” The subject of the film was immaterial; it was their decision to drive an hour each way just for a movie, especially given they often stream films via Netflix, which is a relatively carbon-neutral method to get entertained. I’ve heard that “Bohemian Rhapsody” is a docudrama, probably with few scenes that really require... Read more →

Derik Nelson & Family to ‘Wow’ Audiences Feb. 25

The latest Monday Musical Club of Tillamook Cultural Event Series will take place Feb. 25 – and this is one you don’t want to miss. Derik Nelson & Family are returning to Tillamook and bringing with them their signature, velvety-smooth three-part harmonies that only siblings can deliver. “We had them a couple years ago, and people just loved them,” said Adam Schwend, the Director of Cultural Events for the Monday Musical Club of Tillamook. “When they called and said they... Read more →

ASTROLOGY: Super Full Moon in Virgo Tuesday!

By Madame Dana Zia The Full Moon on February 19th at 7:53am PST falls in the earthy sign of Virgo and is the most powerful Super Moon of the year. This Super Full Moon is also potent as it falls at zero degrees of Virgo. Zero is the number of potential and limitless opportunities. Zero is the blank canvas of all creation, signaling that this Full Moon is really going to offer infinite potential and deep insight. Super Moons occur... Read more →

Join us for dinner and conversation: Building Stronger Communities Through Stories with Victoria Stoppiello Feb. 20th at Pine Grove, Manzanita

By Victoria Stoppiello I’ve had three heroes in my life — people who through their dedication, whether to quality education for low-income kids, starting the first curb-side recycling collection operation in Oregon, or being a champion of rights (and plain old access to public facilities) for people living with disabilities…their courage, smarts, and persistence inspired me. This Wednesday, February 20th I’ll tell anyone who’ll listen about Ed Roberts whom I met and became lifelong friends when we were both students... Read more →

Tillamook Bay Watershed Council Feb. 26th Speaker, Fish Use of Southern Flow Corridor

The Tillamook Bay Watershed Council is pleased to announce that we have re-scheduled Stan van de Wetering as our February speaker. Since the completion of Tillamook’s landmark Southern Flow Corridor project in 2017, Stan and his team of fisheries scientists have been studying the way fish use the restored tidal channels. With specialized nets and techniques, the team spent months catching and recording data from a variety of fish species that use Tillamook’s tidal wetlands, including salmon, trout, perch, sculpin,... Read more →


By Judith Yamada, Kitchen Maven Just because one has been seriously cooking and baking for 40 some years doesn’t mean they stop learning or trying new flavors, techniques or even recipes. When I’m stumped about what to prepare for guests or even how to put together a weeknight supper with what’s on hand, I head to the Internet. Although I don’t typically use exact recipes written by other cooks, I often use a few as inspiration for a recipe I’ll... Read more →

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