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Local conservation groups stage Beach Walk & BioBlitz

By Dan Haag On Monday, July 16, 34 people gathered on Neah-Kah-Nie Beach for “Conserving Our Land, Beach and Sea Walk and BioBlitz.” It was a chance to get an up-close look at beach life during low tide and to become citizen scientists for a morning. Friends of Cape Falcon Marine Reserve, Lower Nehalem Watershed Council, Lower Nehalem Community Trust, and Oregon Coast Aquarium partnered to lead an educational walk exploring the connections between headwaters and local seas. Oregon Shores... Read more →

Dory Boat Recovery at Cape Kiwanda Injures Juvenile Male on Tuesday July 17

PACIFIC CITY, OR – On July 17, 2018, at approximately 4:58 pm Tillamook 911 was notified of a recreational accident on the beach, in the area of Cape Kiwanda. The investigation revealed a 4 year old male had been playing in the surf zone of the beach in the area used by fishermen to launch and recover their Dory Boats, to the north of the Pelican Pub. While one of the fishermen was negotiating the recovery of his empty Dory... Read more →

Attn. ARTISTS: Oregon Coast Visitors Assoc. and SOLVE Survey About Re-Purposing Marine Debris

The Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) and SOLVE are partnering to explore the potential of re-purposing large amounts of marine debris by gathering, sorting, storing and offering it free to artisans and entrepreneurs. Organizations such as Washed Ashore have proven that such a concept is possible and we are seeking to majorly expand a similar model. In addition to individual artists and entrepreneurs using these materials, OCVA and SOLVE are interested in the possibility of commissioning large pieces of public... Read more →

Drew’s Reviews: ANT-MAN AND THE WASP — Bite sized Marvel

By Andrew Jenck Short version: Pretty decent, not as good as Black Panther or Infinity War, don’t watch if the Marvel humor isn’t your thing, and two credit scenes only the first one is necessary for continuity. At this point, you know whether you’re on board with Marvel’s approach to the solo films in relation to the larger, ensemble films. Characters shifting from different filmmakers, maintain continuity and characterization can be a bit of a challenge, so consistency may get... Read more →

Dutch Bros Tillamook raises more than $3,750 for local students in need

Tillamook, Ore. (July 16, 2018) – Dutch Bros Tillamook celebrated its grand opening on Wednesday, July 11 by raising and donating $3759 for Tillamook School District’s “Needy Kids Fund.” The money will help supply low income and homeless students with clothes, shoes, school supplies and food. “We’re so grateful for the community’s support of both Dutch Bros and our local students,” said Jared Nunnemaker, owner of Dutch Bros Tillamook. “We look forward to continuing to serve the community amazing drinks,... Read more →

Oregon Dept. of Forestry – Fire Update for Tuesday, July 17

ODF fights multiple lightning fires in Southwest Oregon after stopping Silver Creek Fire’s spread ODF’s Incident Management Team 2 was dispatched overnight to take command of a series of fires in Josephine County at the request of the Southwest Oregon District. The district is dealing with 68 reported wildfires that have occurred since a lightning storm passed through the area Sunday. The Team will be operating out of an incident command post in Merlin, north of Grants Pass. The team... Read more →

Voters to Decide Manzanita Marijunana Tax

By David Dillon, North County News Manzanita voters will be asked this fall whether the city should impose a 3% tax on recreational marijuana sales conducted within the city limits. At their July 11 meeting, the city council approved the first reading of an ordinance to put the topic up for consideration during the Nov. 6 election. The state already imposes a 17% tax on recreational products, but allows cities to impose an additional tax — up to 3% —... Read more →


The Tillamook County Fire Defense Board in conjunction with the Oregon Department of Forestry will enter into a county-wide burn ban on all open debris pile burning on July 15, 2018. On August 1, 2018 the county will enter a total burn ban of all burning, including burn barrels. Residents are encouraged to plan ahead and complete all burning prior to the ban. In Tillamook County, for the General Public, burning permits are required for open pile burning and burn... Read more →

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