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News Release from Oregon Military Department Posted on FlashAlert: August 16th, 2018 3:13 PM PORTLAND AIR NATIONAL GUARD (PANG) BASE, Ore. – The Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing will host F-35’s from the 61st Fighter Squadron and F-16’s from the 21st Fighter Squadron out of Luke Air Force Base, Arizona, August 17-24, 2018, to conduct dissimilar air combat training (DACT). DACT provides realistic combat scenarios for pilots to hone advanced aerial tactics that may be used against potential... Read more →

Blue Lines Mark the Way to Safety

By David Dillon, Public Information Officer, Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay Blue “Leaving Tsunami Zone” signs, installed on the pavement at nine locations in Bayside Gardens and Neahkahnie in north Tillamook County in late July, are the first step in a long-range effort to help residents and visitors understand how far they would need to go uphill to escape a major tsunami. Sealed and torched down by a Tillamook County Public Works employee, with the assistance of five local... Read more →

Manzanita City Council to interview City Manager finalists, Public Invited to Meet Aug. 23

The Manzanita City Council will interview two candidates for City Manager on August 23. The two finalists are Allan Schmidt, a Senior Park Planner/Designer for Metro in Portland, and Cynthia Alamillo, Assistant City Manager for City of Manzanita. The public is invited to meet the candidates at a Coffee with the City Manager Candidates reception on Thursday, August 23, 2018 from 10:00am to 11:00am at Pine Grove Community House. The City Council will conduct interviews of these candidates later that... Read more →

15th ANNUAL (and possibly final) OLD IRON SHOW at Blue Heron French Cheese Co. in Tillamook Aug. 17, 18 & 19

It brings a museum to the people. For 15 years, the Old Iron Show allows members to display their old equipment and gives the public the opportunity to see a bit of history. Old timers bring grandchildren and talk about the days when this equipment was used. Some members have rare or unique items to display – Friday August 17th from Noon to 5 pm, Saturday August 18th from 9 am to 5 pm with a “cruise-in” from 10 am... Read more →

Tourism Studio Program Comes to the North Coast Region – Invited to Participate September 2018 – January 2019

The North Coast Tourism Studio, offered by Travel Oregon in partnership with a local steering committee (represented by 24 organizations and agencies), is now open for registration. The fall/winter program will focus on communities in Oregon’s northern coastal region from Astoria down to Pacific City through the coastal mountain range. The North Coast Tourism Studio program is a series of tourism development workshops designed to assist communities interested in stimulating their local economies through sustainable tourism development, while protecting and... Read more →


Presentation by Ken and Lynn Ulbricht, Developers Sponsored and Organized by Wheeler Citizens for Responsible Development Moderated by Mr. Doug Honeycutt The purpose of the meeting is to facilitate communications between the citizens of Wheeler and the developers of the Wheeler waterfront. The waterfront land includes vacant land on the northern waterfront of Wheeler now outside the City but inside the Urban Growth Boundary, and a portion of land inside the City zoned for water related commercial. Related, is the... Read more →

Movie Night at Alder Creek Farm – Leave it to Beavers – Sat. 8/18

Nehalem, Oregon – Join Lower Nehalem Watershed Council and Lower Nehalem Community Trust for Movie Night in the barn at Alder Creek Farm! Settle in for a fun and educational evening on Saturday, August 18th at 7:00 pm. “Leave it to Beavers” is an hour-long PBS documentary examining beavers in a new light. A growing number of scientists and conservationists have come to regard beavers as overlooked tools when it comes to reversing the effects of global warming and world-wide... Read more →

Local Success Implementing Tobacco 21: Tillamook Retailer Compliance with New Tobacco 21 Law

By Jim Becraft Tillamook County inspections indicate excellent compliance with the Tobacco 21 law that went into effect January 1, 2018. In fact, compliance was excellent before the law went into effect, as the inspection date was 11/17/2017 based on information the Oregon Health Authority provided. According to the report, Tillamook vendors were thus ahead of the curve in meeting the standard. Across much of Oregon underage sales of tobacco to minors remains widespread. However, in Tillamook County 11 vendors... Read more →

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