Picasso said “the purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls,” and that couldn’t be truer for local residents lately. You are invited out to Blue Heron Cheese Company, 2001 Blue Heron Drive, to Art Accelerated’s sketch crawl where sketching Blue Heron’s animals will be th… Read more

Friends of Netarts Bay WEBS welcomes Brian Krehbiel, member of the Grand Ronde and owner of Agency Creek Expressions, LLC, for a presentation and workshop on tule and the many traditional uses of this native plant. During this multi-day, virtual workshop led by Krehbiel, a tribal educator wi… Read more

Two state scientists will present an online discussion of evacuation challenges that will face residents of the Nehalem Bay region in the event of a major earthquake and tsunami. The event, hosted by the Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay, will be held at 1p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, and w… Read more

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One thing is for sure. And that is . . . nothing is for sure. We must be prepared for unexpected challenges. With all the natural beauty we are surrounded by, we are also more likely to experience Mother Nature’s fickle (or fiery) side as well. In our region, this could be an earthquake, tsu… Read more

One thing is for sure. And that is . . . nothing is for sure. We must be prepared for unexpected challenges. With all the natural beauty we are surrounded by, we are also more likely to experience Mother Nature’s fickle (or fiery) side as well.  In our region, this could be an earthquake, ts… Read more

It all started in July 2017, when members of the Nehalem Bay Pickleball Club came in to talk about the possibility of building pickleball courts. Pickleball is considered to be the fastest growing sport in the country, and the representatives explained that there is only one older court in t… Read more

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Now that the smoke is clearing from Pike Road Fire, the Oregon Department of Forestry would like to thank the community for their support to the firefighting efforts. The fire began late Monday, September 7th. After the initial attack efforts and knowing there would be an extended attack at … Read more

A nonpartisan, register-to-vote event will take place inside the Tillamook County Pioneer Museum, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 12.  Volunteers will be there to assist and answer questions (masks are required in the museum and social distancing will be facilitated). Read more

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Oregon’s coastline is amazingly beautiful. Many of our beaches are home to rocky intertidal habitats. These are rocky areas located at the edge of the ocean between the high and low tides. What makes rocky intertidal areas so interesting to explore are tide pools! A tide pool is a shallow po… Read more

Dear Tillamook, our community is fractured and it’s time we grow together. Cultural clashes, racial tensions, political divides, mask disputes – all have fractured our community and it’s time to be better – time to be humble, learn about others, find a way to extend grace to meet people wher… Read more