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King Tides – North Tillamook County – Nehalem and Wheeler Jan. 20th

Photos & Videos by Don Best January 20, 2019 – 11:30 – 1 pm The King Tide today January 20th – the Nehalem River flowed over Hwy 101 – beginning before 11:30 am until after 1 pm. The National Weather Service has issued flood advisories for the North Oregon Coast for tomorrow, January 21st from noon to 3 pm and for Tuesday January 22nd from noon to 3 pm. Wheeler boat ramp – Jan. 20, 2019 at 1 pm. Watch... Read more →

Tillamook Chamber Hands Out Awards at Annual Banquet Fundraiser Jan. 19th

By Laura Swanson, Editor, Tillamook County Pioneer “It was an honor to be nominated,” was our mantra as we, the Tillamook County Pioneer partners and friends attended the annual Tillamook Chamber Awards Banquet and fundraising auction last night January 19th. The locally sourced meal started with a variety of seafood, cheeses, beer and wine, and the buffet style meal features dozens of local food purveyors. The capacity crowd cheered bidders on to top the $1,000 mark for the oral auction... Read more →

Port of Garibaldi Sets Up Site for Coast Guard, Federal Workers to Pickup Donated Supplies

By Laura Swanson, Editor, Tillamook County Pioneer The generosity of Tillamook County and the “take-care-of-our-own” resiliency of the community continues to astound our local Coast Guard families. The Port of Garibaldi has set up a receiving area for donations and a place to distribute the supplies to the Coast Guard and furloughed federal workers at the Port of Garibaldi shop, located at the corner of American Ave and 6th Street. Volunteers will be at this location today, Sunday January 20th... Read more →

Making Health Affordable – CHIP Program Has Many Benefits – Starts Jan. 21st

(From Tillamook County Wellness) Making healthy lifestyle changes are most often thought of as being too involved and very expensive, at least that was the belief of Bill and Bettie Lou Meador as they embarked on this new adventure. They had just signed up to attend CHIP, the Complete Health Improvement Program, held by Tillamook Regional Medical Center. Bill and Bettie Lou, at 78 and 80 respectively, were still very busy and active but could feel age creeping up on... Read more →

Local Food Hub Assessment – Survey for Buyers, Sellers

Food Roots and Visit Tillamook Coast are working together to research and assess the viability and demand for a food hub on the North Oregon Coast. As defined by the USDA food hub is “a centrally located facility with a business management structure facilitating the aggregation, storage, processing, distribution, and/or marketing of locally/regionally produced food products.” Currently, Food Roots is in phase one of this project. Surveys have been sent out to sellers and buyers of local food products to... Read more →

Experts to Discuss Home and Property Wildfire Protection Jan. 29th

The Oregon Department of Forestry and the Nehalem Bay Fire and Rescue District will team up Tuesday, Jan. 29 to discuss how north Tillamook County residents can protect their homes and property from wildfires. The talk will be held at 1 p.m. at the Pine Grove Community House in Manzanita. Ed Wallmark from the Oregon Department of Forestry, and Chief Perry Sherbaugh from the Nehalem Bay Fire and Rescue District, will go over “Lessons Learned from the California Fires” and... Read more →

4-H Scholarships Available – Apply by Feb. 1st

4-H members that plan to continue their education may be interested in several scholarships that are available from the Tillamook County and the Oregon 4-H programs. The Tillamook County 4-H program administers the Tillamook County 4-H Scholarship ($1,000); 4-H Project Leadership Scholarships (up to $400); and 4-H Ice Cream Booth Volunteer Scholarships ($100/year of volunteer time up to $500). Applicants must be high school seniors and a current 4-H member. These scholarships can be used at a university, community college,... Read more →

Financial Support Details for Coast Guard and other Federal Employees from Rep. Gomberg

As the Federal shutdown enters a fourth week, 1,135 active duty Coast Guard members and 138 Coast Guard reservists on the Oregon coast remain on the job, but unpaid. Essential employees at the federal prison in Sheridan have been unpaid for nearly a month. NOAA and its vital weather services are closed, affecting marine safety. State Representative David Gomberg (D-Central Coast) spent much of the week in Salem looking for support options. “These men and women are risking their lives... Read more →

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