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LETTER TO EDITOR: Misleading “survey” distorts truth, not Tillamook Way

Tillamook County has just experienced a new low in political campaigning. A person, who wishes to remain anonymous, has paid for a push/pull telephone survey in our County regarding the proposed 1% construction excise tax. This telephone survey has been described to me by those who responded to it as biased, unethical, sleazy, and a total distortion of the truth. In other words, it was done to force people to come up with a predetermined answer by Mr. or Mrs.... Read more →

Highway 101/6 Project Update – 9/21/17

By Sierra Lauder, Director of Events and Downtown Development, Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce This week the big action news is the transition of demolition on First St from in front of the Pioneer Museum westward to the block in front of the Rodeo. Right now, traffic directly in front of the Rodeo is two lanes eastbound to access northbound Pacific and go across the bridge- we will see the lane closest to the sidewalk in front of the Rodeo... Read more →

Kindercamps and School Readiness

By Michelle Jenck, Years of Wellness Coordinator Kids of all ages are back in school. For some, this will be their first year in a formal school setting. Experts say Kindergarten has become the new first grade. Students are expected to arrive with the necessary skills. Preschool and day care can provide the foundation for behavior and emotional skills necessary for school success but not all kids have these opportunities. Enter “Kindercamps,” which are funded by the state and administered... Read more →

“20” is the Theme & Only 180 Trashion Show tickets will be sold—Don’t Wait!

What kind of clothes can be made out of recycled “20”?  Twenty grocery bags?  Or 20 light bulbs? Or maybe 20 laundry detergent boxes? Plan to attend the 6th annual Trashion Show/Upcycle Party (TSUP) and find out how this year’s trashionistas translate “20” into wearable garments made out of recycled materials. This unique and inspiring fundraiser pays homage to CARTM’s 20th Anniversary on Saturday, October 7 at  7 p.m. at the NCRD Performing Arts Center, 36155 9th Street in Nehalem. ... Read more →

FIRST THE GREEN FENCE, NOW THE NATIONAL SWORD – Accepted Recyclable Materials to Change

Remember four years ago when the Chinese “Green Fence” was put up? It was a virtual wall constructed to prevent mixed and contaminated recyclable materials from entering China. For many years, China has been the world’s biggest buyer of recyclable materials – no other country comes close. This “fence” radically changed what we were able to recycle in our community. Without a place to send mixed ‘rigid’ #6 and #7 plastic for recycling, CARTM had to stop collecting it. Fast... Read more →

Evening of Music to Benefit Those Affected by Hurricane Harvey, Sept. 23

By Dan Haag “Sing For Love,” a benefit concert to aid those affected by Hurricane Harvey, will be held Saturday, September 23 at 7 pm in the North County Recreation District (NCRD) Performing Arts Center. LaNicia Williams, founder of Oregon Coast Love Coalition (OCLC), put together “Sing For Love” after chatting with friends about how to translate a feeling of helplessness into action. The idea received an outpouring of positive support as people from the Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler looked... Read more →

RECIPE: The beet goes on and on and on ….

By Dana Zia, The Golightly Gourmet   As I write this the rain is pouring down on the roof, bringing the sounds and smells of fall into stark contrast to the summers ones that were here just a few days ago. The last farmer’s market came to a merry ending and the tail end of the fabulous summer produce is still arriving in our CSA from Revolution Gardens.  As I open my box now, I see winter squash, potatoes, onions,... Read more →

ASTROLOGY 9/18/17: New Moon in Virgo

By Madame Zia ​ Tomorrow, September 19, will be a New Moon in Virgo. New Moons always happen in the same sign that the Sun is in because when the moon is traveling with the Sun, the dark side of the moon faces Earth. So whatever sign the Sun is in the New Moon will be in. So tomorrow both the Sun and the Moon will be right next to each other in Virgo. Mercury and Mars will also be... Read more →

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