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MEMORY TRACKS: The Diary of a Depot – Chapter 10 – THE MARTES OCCUPATION

EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the last chapter of the Diary of a Depot. If you didn’t see all the chapters, links are below. The story of a family as told by their home – the Rockaway Beach Train Depot. This nearly 110-year-old building remains at North 3rd Street. By Virginia Carrell Prowell It was only a short time, probably no more than a week when Mr. and Mrs. Martes started moving their belongings in. They had a lot less to... Read more →

Holiday Self-Care: You are worth the time.

By Sydney J. Elliott, MFA, Ten or twenty years ago, I would have never imagined myself sitting cross legged in front of a makeshift altar of sorts. On it are pictures of my dog I recently lost, a candle, some sort of crystal, a cup of coffee, and a deck of cards with inspirational messages printed on them. My obese, other-abled cat pushes open the door and flops down beside me as I draw a card, read the day’s... Read more →

Tillamook County Tid-Bits – Take 2 – December 15, 2019

Here is Tillamook County Tid-Bits for the week … December 15, 2019 The holidays and grief, help and hope, wild waves, Rainy Day village community coffees, and the Tillamook Holiday Lights parade (Dec. 7th) We hope you enjoy these bits of the weekly news, resources, tips and information. Please let us know what stories you’d like to read about or see on the Tillamook County Pioneer, bringing you news and information about the people and places of Tillamook County everyday.... Read more →

Ocean wind turbines on the horizon

By Gus Meyer Oregon’s coast is drawing the attention of ocean wind turbine installation planning for production of clean energy by the US Bureau of Ocean Energy (BOEM). BOEM recently held a lightly announced public information meeting kicking off Oregon Clean Energy planning in our outer Pacific Ocean shelf. Oregon principal agencies regulate Pacific waters from the beach out 3 miles to sea. BOEM regulates site licensing of the outer shelf territory from 3 miles to 200 nautical miles out... Read more →

Community Gratitude Jars in North Tillamook County to Collect, Share Good in Our Communities

By Laura Swanson The first one appeared on social media at the beginning of the month, and now there are currently, five in place throughout North Tillamook County — in Manzanita, they are located at Wild Grocery & Cafe, Salt & Paper, and at the North Tillamook Library branch on Laneda; in Nehalem, there is a jar at WolfMoon Bakery on 8th St.; and in Wheeler, there is a jar stationed at The Roost on Hwy. 101. The brainchild of... Read more →

Drew’s Reviews: KLAUS

By Andrew Jenck I mentioned in my Spider-Verse animation editorial of how I lament the loss of hand-drawn animation and without it the industry, while not ruined, has suffered a great loss from it. Hence, I was pleasantly surprised to find Netflix had released such a film directed by Sergio Pablos — the creator of Despicable Me. That being said, Klaus is a delightful Christmas movie that not only brings back the classic medium but also brings a well-paced story... Read more →

“Sea, Salt and Soil: A Love Story” – Special Dinner at the Schooner Celebrates Local Bounty

By Mike Arseneault A fabulous get together December 13th celebrating Jacobsen’s Salt, the wines of Patricia Green Cellars at The Schooner on Netarts Bay. Thanks to our special guests, in particular, Ben Jacobsen, founder of Jacobsen Salt Co. (Netarts Bay), Patricia Green Cellars, Cat Neville from PBS Tastemakers and thanks to Bill B, Lexie and Chef Cora and sous chefs and service staff at the Schooner on Netarts Bay for an incredible evening of food, friends and a celebration of... Read more →


Please be advised that the beach access ramp at Cape Kiwanda on Hungry Harbor Road in Pacific City is closed for all traffic until further notice, as of December 13, 2019. The beach access ramp is currently unsafe and until permanent repairs can be made, it will remain closed. We apologize for the inconvenience. We will be working with the Oregon Parks Recreation District and emergency services to bring a resolution to this issue. If you have any questions, please... Read more →

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