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Rockaway Beach Community Preparedness Fair Was Huge Success

Over 150 people attended the Community Preparedness Fair on September 18th. The Neah Kah Nie High School gym was busy as everyone filed in with their blue PUD tote bags. There were over 50 exhibitors at 19 tables distributing information and GO Bag supplies. The experts represented were Rockaway Fire, Police, Sheriff’s Office, 911, Red Cross, 1st Student, E.V.C.N.B., Tillamook County Health Department, Adventist Health, Pioneer Veterinary Hospital, and the Rockaway City Planners, Fregonese Associates. The state had representatives from... Read more →

MEMORY TRACKS: The Diary of a Depot – Chapters 3 & 4 – The 1930’s & 1940’s

Editor’s Note: The story continues, through the decades of the Rockaway Beach Train Depot – the ’30s and ’40s are rough years. Missed the introduction, Chapters 1 and 2 – see below for links. By Virgina Carrell Prowell The Thirty’s were crucial years for the town as well as the nation. In the winter of 1931-32, bitter cold from the north swooped down on the town and made life miserable for everyone except the children who took advantage of the... Read more →

Blue Heron Wine & Cheese FIRST FRIDAY OCT. 4th Celebrates Art with Paint Night to Benefit Art Accelerated

Blue Heron Wine & Cheese Company welcomes Autumn on the First Friday of the season, October 4th, featuring Fort George Brewing, pouring seasonal selections. A very special musical guest, guitarist Jason Okamoto will provide guitar accompaniment to Paint Night. A favorite musician at the Manzanita Farmers Market, Blue Heron is excited to bring Jason to Tillamook. A self-taught musician based in Portland, Oregon, Jason combines elements of Bossa Nova, Flamenco, and Gypsy Jazz using primarily classical (nylon string) guitar. His... Read more →

Manzanita Mayor Outlines Costs for Proposed Community, City Facilities

By Mike Scott, Mayor of Manzanita Manzanita voters have questions about what it will cost to build an 11,776 square foot facility that will meet our long term needs for city facilities, council chambers, and emergency hub. After much work, with engineers and architects working on numbers over the past two years, we estimate it might cost up to five hundred dollars per square foot to build. We will need additional funds for asbestos abatement and demo of the existing... Read more →

Wanting Change: How Does That Happen?

By Neal Lemery Often, I react to the news with despair, anger and frustration. I remind myself that the “news” is often sensationalized, that the news business is a business, and that almost all the “good news” is not included in a news program. Yet, what much of what is “news” stirs me up to wanting change, a different approach to old problems. If I want change, I have to act. If I am passive, then others will make changes,... Read more →

New Programs at TBCC

By Matt Maizel for The Pioneer Established in 1981, Tillamook Bay Community College was founded shortly after Clatsop Community College announced it would no longer offer classes in Tillamook County. Since then, TBCC has helped address educational and economic needs expressed in the community through collaboration with businesses and educators throughout Tillamook County. TBCC is the only community college in Oregon that grew enrollment in the 2018-19 academic year, and will be hiring new full-time faculty to increase the capacity... Read more →

Road work at Hwy 101 and Farmer Creek… U.S. 101 Farmer Creek Bridge replacement project to begin soon

TILLAMOOK—A project that will replace the Farmer Creek Bridge on U.S. 101 south of Beaver and realign a section of the highway, will begin in the next few days. In addition to building a new bridge, the project includes the realignment and widening of the road to improve sight distance from Farmer Creek Road, new guardrails, striping and traffic signs and improvements to the wayside. In order to minimize delays and maintain traffic lanes in both directions, the project will... Read more →


News Release from Oregon State Police On Friday, September 20, 2019 at approximately 9:16 P.M. Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle crash on Hwy 101 near mile post 62. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 1992 Chevrolet C1500, operated by Randall Sisson (57) of Bay City, was southbound when it crossed into the northbound lane and collided with a 2017 Ford U Haul truck operated by Darryl Borg (66) of Nehalem. Sisson sustained fatal injuries... Read more →

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