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Tillamook Chamber Awards – January 20th

On January 20th, the Tillamook Chamber held their annual awards dinner, and the winners are: Small Business: Yo Time Large Business: Werner’s Gourmet Meat Snacks Development of the year: DeGarde Brewing Citizen of the Year: Sue Cudd Congratulations to all the nominees and the winners.     Source: Tillamook County Pioneer (Visited 3 times, 3 visits today) Read more →

UPDATE: Coast Guard responding to oil sheen in Astoria, Oregon Jan. 20

ASTORIA, Oregon — Coast Guard and local salvage personnel discovered the potential source of the oil sheen and are working to minimize environmental impacts on the Columbia River near Astoria, Saturday. Coast Guard Sector Columbia River’s Incident Management Division (IMD) team from Astoria are working with Global Diving and Salvage personnel, who located a 20-foot-long tank underneath the Cannery Pier. While the tank has a reported maximum spill potential of 4,200 gallons, it’s unknown at this time how much product... Read more →

Coast Guard responding to oil sheen in Astoria, Oregon Jan. 19

ASTORIA, Oregon — Coast Guard personnel are responding to an oil sheen caused by an unknown source near the Cannery Pier Hotel in Astoria, Friday. Sector Columbia River dispatched personnel from the Incident Management Division in Astoria to respond to the spill at 8:30 a.m. after opening the Oil Spill Liability Trust fund to contract Global Diving and Salvage for cleanup operations and to investigate the source of the sheen. Watchstanders at Coast Guard Sector Columbia River initially received a... Read more →

UPDATE: Wyden Town Halls postponed, to be rescheduled

UPDATE: Because of ongoing Senate consideration of the spending bill, this weekend’s town halls in Washington, Columbia, Clatsop and Tillamook counties have been postponed and will be rescheduled. Tillamook County – Oregon’s Senator Ron Wyden will hold a town hall in Tillamook County at the Port of Tillamook Bay Officers Mess Hall on Sunday, January 21, at 4:30 p.m. This will be Wyden’s 871st town hall in Oregon since taking office as a U.S. Senator in 1996. “These town halls... Read more →

Epic Ocean Waves Battered Oregon Coast Jan. 18 – Don Best Images of Twin Rocks

From Cape Disappointment on the Long Beach Peninsula down to Lincoln City, and beyond, record-breaking ocean waves driven by storms at sea and high tides wreaked havoc on Thursday January 18th. One man was swept out by the large waves in Depoe Bay after climbing over the retaining wall. The Coast Guard searched throughout the day yesterday, but has suspended the search. Several women were injured at Roads End from logs in the surf, and multiple businesses in Lincoln City... Read more →

Start Your Own Walking Program

The OSU Extension Service in Tillamook will offer the Walk with Ease (WWE) program this winter to assist people with establishing a walking program to help reduce pain and improve overall health. The winter program begins Monday, January 29, 1:30-2:30 pm and is held on Monday, Wednesday & Friday through March 9 in the balcony of the main exhibit hall at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds. Even though the program is held indoors and out of the rain, the exhibit hall... Read more →

MAN SWEPT AWAY OFF ROCKS IN DEPOE BAY

News Release from Oregon State Police Posted on FlashAlert: January 18th, 2018 2:00 PM On January 18, 2018 at approximately 11:20am the Oregon State Police responded to Depoe Bay for a report of a male that had been swept off the rocks near the sea wall in Depoe Bay. Witnesses reported the male went over the sea wall to look at the ocean and was then swept off the rocks. Depoe Bay Fire and Rescue, Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office, and... Read more →

Highway 101/6 Project Update – 1/18/18

By Sierra Lauder, Director of Events and Downtown Development, Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce The rain has returned with a vengeance this week, and much of the concrete and sidewalk work that will need to happen over the next few weeks will be at the mercy of the weather. As you drive through the project area you are sure to notice that curb, gutter and sidewalk crews are all over the place. In addition to big leaps forward in the... Read more →

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