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Radishes – getting to know the spunky root

By Dana Zia, The Golightly Gourmet“Perhaps the most overlooked vegetable on the veggie-and-dip platter is the radish.” Edward Lee The box of luscious, local, organic veggies arrived on the porch a few weeks ago heralding the advent of the “CSA challenge season.” Let me explain for those who haven’t been introduced to CSAs. CSA stands for “community supported agriculture”, which is a subscription service that a farm will present a glorious array of their best veggies, once a week, to... Read more →

Whalen Island Bridge @ Island Street Project Complete

With this notification Tillamook County Public Works provides notice that construction of the replacement bridge at Whalen Island has been completed. County would like to thank David Evans & Assoc. and Farline Bridge for their diligent work through a difficult winter construction season. The bridge was replaced with a 70-foot long pre-stressed concrete slab bridge on reinforced concrete abutments, using epoxy-coated rebar. In addition, the structure was widened to 34-feet for the addition of 4-foot shoulders and the bridge rails... Read more →

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership’s 16th ANNUAL DOWN BY THE CREEKSIDE

Garibaldi, Oregon – Have you ever wondered how bugs can survive underwater when they need to breathe air? If you were a bird, would you know where to stopover when migrating north and south? How did the settlers and Native Americans communicate without speaking the same language? Over 300 enthusiastic third graders from throughout Tillamook County discovered the answers to these question and many more at the 16th annual Down By The Creekside outdoor learning adventure. The three-day event was... Read more →

Make Your Home Safe In a Disaster! Emgerency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay Presents Shelter in Place Tips June 9th

Houses provide shelter, protection from the elements, warmth, and can be an emotional comfort to a displaced population. Sheltering in place may be the best option for you post disaster – if you take some steps now to prepare. As residents of Nehalem Bay, you may want to know how to prepare your home before a disaster. Join Emergency Volunteers Corps of Nehalem Bay (EVCNB) Saturday, June 9th from 1pm to 3pm at Pine Grove Community House, 225 Laneda Avenue,... Read more →

Volunteers Needed for Annual Garibaldi Lions Club Fish Fry

One of the Garibaldi Lions Club’s signature events – the annual Memorial Day Weekend Fish Fry, Sunday May 27th – needs volunteers. Lend a hand to this local nonprofit, the fish fry benefits the Garibaldi Lions Club sight and hearing services program and holiday baskets for low income families in central Tillamook County, as well as assistance funds for the local food banks, grade school and other local community needs. Only with the help of volunteers can the Lions Club... Read more →

Submit Tillamook Dairy Parade Entry Forms Today!

The June Dairy Parade will be here before you know it! As we start the planning process and work out all the details, please help us by getting your parade entry form in as early as possible. The deadline is May 31st. Date: June 23, 2018 Theme: ‘Party in the Pasture’ June Dairy Parade Entry form is now available online at Please remember to email your insurance information to at the time of your submitted application. Questions? Email... Read more →

Tillamook PUD Selects Austin Weeks and Tanner Guillory for the 2018 Employment for Education Program

TILLAMOOK, OR – May 17, 2018 – The Tillamook PUD Board of Directors has selected two students for the 2018 Tillamook PUD Employment for Education program, Austin Weeks and Tanner Guillory. Austin is a Tillamook High School senior and is involved in a range of school and community activities. Some of Austin’s volunteer work includes: assistant coaching little league baseball and Mook Mat Club wrestling, helping the Tillamook High School Science Department with environmental clean-up projects and educational opportunities for... Read more →

Cooking Matters Teens, a hands-on cooking class

As part of OSU’s Summer Day Camps, Tillamook County’s Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program Education (SNAP-Ed) will be offering hands-on cooking classes for teens! Students who will have completed 6th grade and up are invited to join us at the OSU Extension for four days of learning, cooking and eating healthy meals. Cooking Matters Teens utilizes the USDA’s MyPlate to encourage young people to eat healthier meals and snacks as a result of hands-on cooking experiences. Participants learn to make healthy... Read more →

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