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Big Wave Cafe and North County Food Bank Ready for Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser February 26th

MANZANITA, Ore. – You might say that Brian Williams is a little “loco” for local – especially when it comes to supporting North Tillamook County nonprofits. In January, The Big Wave Cafe in Manzanita hosted a successful fundraiser for the Eugene Schmuck Foundation, and now it’s time for the annual spaghetti dinner fundraiser for the North County Food Bank on Monday February 26th. Tickets are available at the door, or in advance from North County Food Bank volunteers – call... Read more →

CARE Warming Center Open Sunday 2/18, Monday 2/19 and Tuesday 2/20

With the weather forecast calling for below freezing temperatures Sunday night through Tuesday nights, CARE has made arrangements for the Tillamook Warming Center to be open Sunday, Feb. 18th, Monday, Feb. 19th, and Tuesday, Feb. 20th. The center is located at 5th and Miller Streets in Tillamook. The open hours are from 8:00 pm to 9:00 am. Please share with anyone you know that could benefit from a safe place to stay on these cold nights. Thank you, CARE Community... Read more →

Drew’s Reviews: BLACK PANTHER—Rawr

By Andrew Jenck I should address the fact that Black Panther is the first major super hero film to not only feature a black person in the title role but also a predominately black cast with only two white actors in major roles. Hence many social justice war-I mean well-intentioned “liberals” believe that it should be exclusive to only blacks and that no white critics should review it nor should whites even be allowed to see it. What they don’t... Read more →

Merkley Town Hall Tuesday Feb. 20 in Rockaway Beach

Next Tuesday, February 20th, Senator Jeff Merkley is hosting a town hall at Rockaway Beach Civic Facility in Rockaway Beach. “I invite all Tillamook County residents to come and discuss what we need to do to strengthen our state and our nation. Since the Trump administration is working to open offshore drilling off the West Coast, I especially want to invite coastal residents to come and share their thoughts on what that would mean for coastal economies and quality of... Read more →

Astrology: Planting Seed 2/16/18

By Madame Dana Zia Yesterday (February 15) was the partial solar eclipse in Aquarius that closes the eclipse window that was opened with the full Lunar Eclipse on January 31st blue moon. The Solar Eclipse brings all the shadow work that we’ve been working on into the light of the sun for new life to grow. It reminds me of the quote from Cynthia Occelli “For a seed to achieve its greatest expression, it first comes completely undone. That shell... Read more →

Adam Schwend Campaign Kick-Off Event Scheduled for Feb. 24 at Pacific Restaurant

Tillamook County Commissioner candidate Adam Schwend is hosting a campaign kick-off event in conjunction with Pacific Restaurant on Feb. 24. From 6 – 8 p.m., guests will enjoy live music, beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres and have a chance to meet Schwend and share their opinions on local issues. “This is less about me talking about what I think is important, and more about hearing and learning from people about what they care about and what they need from an... Read more →

The Littoral Life: The Boy Who Cried Shark

By Dan Haag I have an irrational fear of sharks and I try to keep it in check by not going into water much deeper than my ankles. Occasionally, however, the fear is revived by news reports of sharks patrolling my Pacific Northwest waters. Every spring, surfers from Seaside to Newport to San Francisco have varying degrees of shark encounters. When questioned by reporters, they’re always very nonchalant, chuckling as they casually show off the shredded toothpick that was once... Read more →


You’re Invited to give your input… Join the City of Nehalem City Council and Planning Commission as we plan for the next 20 years in Nehalem! The City of Nehalem is beginning a visioning process and this is an opportunity for residents to provide their input. Meetings will be at Nehalem City Hall on Friday, February 23 at 6:30 p.m. and on Saturday, February 24 at 1:00 p.m. Nehalem City residents, Urban Growth Boundary residents, business owners, local agency leaders,... Read more →

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