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Havana Nights coming to Nehalem, a Raffle Event for Fire Mountain School

The Winter Blues have you down? Ready for some tropical breeze, or maybe a quick trip to Paris? Consider supporting Fire Mt. School with the purchase of a Raffle ticket and you may be the lucky winner of a trip valued at $4,000. The best part is, you get to decide where you want to go! With only 500 tickets sold, the odds may be in your favor. In addition to the Grand Prize of a $4,000 vacation, there is... Read more →

CARE Warming Center OPEN Tonight Feb. 20, and Next Two Nights, Feb. 21 and Feb. 22

The Warming Center sheltered an average of 5 people for the last two days, February 18th and 19th. Thank you community, we couldn’t have done it without your donations and the volunteers who operate the center in inclement weather. The Warming Center will be open again tonight, Tuesday the 20th, and the next two nights February 21st and February 22nd, as temperatures continue to fall below freezing at night. The Warming Center is located at 5th and Miller Streets in... Read more →

Visit Tillamook Coast and Economic Development Council award $107,600 in marketing and promotions grants

February 8, 2018. Tillamook, Oregon. Visit Tillamook Coast, the tourism marketing and destination management organization for Tillamook County, announced today that $107,600 in tourism marketing and promotions grants have been awarded to 18 organizations and businesses for the 2017-2018 fiscal year. Non-profit organizations and for-profit businesses are eligible to apply for projects related to tourism marketing and promotion, such as events, websites, brochures, rack cards, advertising, maps, mobile apps and social media campaigns. This is the third fiscal year that... Read more →

ASTROLOGY: Pisces Energy 2/19/18

By Madame Dana Zia Are you feeling it? The late winter sun has just moved into the tender sign of Pisces to join Mercury, Venus, Neptune and Chiron. The emotions are flowing free and agonizingly as we are all feeling the pain of the latest school shooting. Pisces is an adaptable Water sign, an ever-changing sea of emotions. It’s the last sign of the zodiac, the place where the lines that divide and define us fade away. It’s about mixing... Read more →

Highway 101/6 Project Update – 2/14/18

By Sierra Lauder, Director of Events and Downtown Development, Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce Video of girder setting on Tuesday. More great news! The last of the girders went in Tuesday morning Feb. 13, as smooth as anyone might hope for. Attention on the bridge will now immediately shift to building the deck, which is estimated to take about a month. Elsewhere in the project, the good weather has meant that concrete work is zipping along- the first pours into... Read more →

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership 2017 Year in Review Feb. 22

Habitat Restoration, Water Quality Monitoring, a Native Plant Nursery, the Explore Nature series of events, Bounty on the Bay – Would you like to learn more about these programs and projects of the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (TEP)? Join us and find out more about our 2017 work for Tillamook County’s watersheds and estuaries during our Year in Review on Thursday, February 22nd, 5:30 p.m. in the main conference room of the Port of Tillamook Bay. We’ll start with a brief... Read more →

Eagerly Anticipated Opening of Salmonberry Saloon Slated for Mid-March

EDITOR’S NOTE: We’ve all watched in wonder, hoping to see the OPEN sign, and some of us have received previews of the work being done at the Salmonberry Saloon snuggled on the banks of the Nehalem in downtown Wheeler. A locals favorite watering hole with an epic view, the re-opening of the iconic building that is being lovingly brought back to life by Patrick Rock and Chantelle Hylton became the hot topic on the North County News Facebook page. Here... Read more →

Surfers in Distress Rescued at Cape Kiwanda on Saturday, Feb. 17

PACIFIC CITY, OR – On Saturday, February 17, 2018 at about 4:18 p.m., Tillamook 9-1-1 received a report of a surfer, later identified as Sunny Hatch, 22, from Portland, had become separated from his surfboard at Cape Kiwanda in Pacific City. The caller reported that a second surfer, identified as Noah Woodside, 26, also from Portland, was going into the water to attempt a rescue. Shortly after the arrival of First Responders, the second surfer (Woodside) made it back to... Read more →

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