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Tillamook PUD Contractors Perform Inspection and Treatment of Wood Power Poles

Tillamook PUD has contracted with Pacific Pole Inspection to perform detailed inspections and essential treatments to 2,200 wood power poles on the District’s system. This program enhances public safety, and reduces long-term operating costs and unanticipated power outages. The wood power poles being inspected are primarily located in the north Tillamook County area. Occasionally in some areas it may be necessary for the contractor to cross private property to get to poles located in the District’s easements and rights-of-way. Each... Read more →

Summer Recipe: Watermelon with Lime and Chili Powder

Recipe Source: Recipe and photo from Number of servings: 4 Time for preparation (including preparation and cooking): 10 min Ingredients: 2 cups cubed watermelon, seeds removed 1⁄2 lime 1⁄4 teaspoon chili powder (or more to taste) 1⁄4 teaspoon salt (optional) Directions 1. In a serving bowl, squeeze lime juice over watermelon cubes. 2. Sprinkle with chili powder and salt if using. Enjoy! 3. Refrigerate leftovers within 2 hours. Notes: Try with a mix of fruit and veggies such as... Read more →

Tillamook County Wellness invites you to Step It Up! TODAY Aug. 19th Hike at Nehalem Bay State Park

Tillamook County Wellness invites you to join us for a group hike, Sunday, August 19th at 4 pm. Our Step It Up walking groups will be hiking at Nehalem Bay State Park, located just north of the city of Nehalem. There is no charge for this event. A beautifully maintained natural area along Nehalem Bay, this family friendly park offers a tranquil space to enjoy nature. The 1.8-mile trail is mostly paved, with virtually no elevation, making it a perfect... Read more →

Sitka Center Mingle and Muse Monday Aug. 20th

OTIS, OR – This summer, Sitka Center is offering a series of free events featuring invited speakers on issues of culture and community. The August Mingle and Muse will be on Monday, August 20th, with a presentation by artist Maya Vivas of Portland, OR on the topic, Set in Stone: the intersections of clay and personal narrative in our quest to be seen, heard and remembered. Maya Vivas is a ceramic sculptor, performance artist and activist. Their ceramic sculptures have... Read more →

Tillamook County Animal Aid: Holly’s Family Reunion Aug. 17

By Laura Swanson Yesterday evening, August 17th, Natasha Lackey, director of Tillamook County Animal Aid and volunteer foster caretakers, Lacey and Chris Dayton watched the driveway at Tillamook County Animal Aid anticipating the arrival of Holly’s original family. See this link for Holly’s story. The short version is that Holly was found in Tillamook about two weeks ago, not far from TCAA’s shelter, a stray with an extremely tight collar, as Natasha points out you can still see the marks.... Read more →

Coast Guard, Coast Guard Auxiliary to patrol Columbia River as the annual salmon run ramps up

WARRENTON, Ore. — The Coast Guard and the Coast Guard Auxiliary are conducting routine patrols on the Columbia River as the Buoy 10 salmon season ramps up this weekend with the annual salmon derby scheduled for Saturday, August 18th. Coast Guard crewmembers from Station Cape Disappointment in conjunction with Station Portland, Station Grays Harbor, Station Tillamook, Coast Guard Auxiliary, and local law enforcement are increasing their operational posture in preparation for the thousands of recreational boaters who come to the... Read more →

Historic Convair 880 to be acquired by the Tillamook Air Museum; Only one of its kind on display on the west coast

The Tillamook Air Museum, in cooperation with Doug Scroggins of Scroggins Aviation of Las Vegas, NV, is proud to announce the newest addition to the Museum’s growing collection of historic aircraft and aviation exhibits — the forward fuselage of a 1960 Trans-World Airlines (TWA) Convair 880 jetliner, one of the finest, most comfortable (and fastest at 615 MPH) commercial jet aircraft ever produced. After sitting in the Mojave Desert for the past 38 years, this relic from a bygone era... Read more →

IN MEMORY: Mary Alice Sause (Sept. 7, 1934 – Aug. 7, 2018)

Mary Alice Sause who was delivered by Dr. Huckleberry on September 7, 1934, at the Garibaldi Hospital in Garibaldi, Oregon, to Henry and Martha Sause, began living life big right away. Throughout her life, Mary loved traveling and in 1975-76, lived with her daughters, Michelle and Sara Anne, in Greece and traveled Europe for nine months. Mary was always game for a good road trip, gathering with family and friends at her home in Palo Alto, California and later in... Read more →

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