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When taken improperly, a medicine meant to heal can actually cause great harm. The following are suggestions on how to best take care of your medications in order to take care of yourself too. Read more

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As we step into a new school year, we may find ourselves feeling stressed or overwhelmed in the transition back into fall routines. We thought this might make for a good time to re-share a blog written last year by Karen Sheelar, a Behavioral Health Clinician at the Tillamook County Communit… Read more

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TLC, a Division of Fibre Federal Credit Union is continuing its Communities First Program, a multi-year sponsorship for selected community colleges and hospitals within the eleven OR and WA counties it serves. Read more

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Well, just like that, summer is coming to a close and with it the Tillamook Farmers Market season. This Saturday, Sept. 24, is our season finale. You can join us from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the corner of Laurel Avenue and Second Street. Tillamirimba will be playing from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., and t… Read more

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With a circus theme,  Kaylan Sisco, YMCA Executive Director and Ring Master for the night swings into action to get the live auction rolling. The Tillamook YMCA celebrated its annual fund-raiser dinner and auction at the Tillamook County Fairgrounds Saturday night. Read more

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Communities throughout Oregon rely on student activities and athletic events to be a safe haven of support and collegiality. These activities are important places where students, families, and staff can join together with pride and enthusiasm that comes with community, competition, and celebration. Read more

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A few years ago, the Chamber started Tillamook Toolkit. A simple yet important element of our community that shows how inclusive we are as a community and what it’s like to work with those invested in Tillamook’s future. The toolkits are a great way for employers to embrace and appreciate th… Read more

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I must say that the more of these dairies that I visit and share with you, the more great people I meet and the more incredible family histories I learn about; every one of them is an adventure for me! And such was the case with my visit to Jenck Farms, located at 745 3rd Street in Tillamook. Read more

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A friend has the ability to notice when their friends change. Sometimes the changes that they notice are positive changes (improved mood, improved health, improved relationship, adoption of positive hobby, improved self-esteem, or improved living situation), while other times the changes tha… Read more

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Have you ever wanted to act? Or have you ever wanted to audition for a local play or theater production but didn’t feel you had the experience? Now is your chance to garner that experience through a Acting and Auditioning Workshop scheduled October 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Performing Arts … Read more

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One of the biggest savings benefits that a membership with the Tillamook Chamber offers to employers is access to an association health insurance program. Many years ago, the Bend Chamber of Commerce established an association health plan through the Oregon legislature, and we are excited to… Read more

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The month of September is known as suicide prevention month. Throughout this month-long observance, health professionals, community partners, and community members come together to share suicide prevention information, support local suicide prevention efforts, support mental health treatment… Read more

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Tillamook County Suicide Prevention Coalition is an emerging coalition. Dana Reynolds and Janeane Krongos, two members of the coalition shared this information about this coalition. Read more

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North Coast Communities for Watershed Protection (NCCWP), which advocates to protect our local drinking-watersheds, is excited to announce an upcoming online talk with economist Ernie Niemi: “The Truth about the Economics of Logging.”  Read more

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Summer is finally in full force on the north Oregon coast. With spring being so cold and wet, we are hoping to squeeze as much summer weather as possible out of the season. But the reality is that September is almost here and that means the fall term at TBCC is fast approaching. Registration… Read more

It’s been a banner year for honey production. Remember all that rain we had in early spring? It increased the nectar production in early blooming plants and blackberries.  We have more local, raw honey available than ever before or at least in recent years. It was a huge hit at the county fa… Read more

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Tillamook School District (TSD9) Administration hosted a New Teacher Orientation recently at the District offices. According to the administration, there are 55 new staff members joining TSD9 this year of that 29 new certified staff (Teachers). Read more

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There is a saying in the Chamber industry that “if you’ve seen one chamber, you’ve seen one chamber.” However, since the first Chamber of Commerce was formed in France in 1599 there is one thing they all have in common – advocacy. Read more

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All good things must come to an end, and that includes my career in libraries, as well as my Tales from the Library column. I retired once in April of 2021, but the library kept me on as a stringer. When the staff suddenly found themselves without any management, I had the pleasure of coming… Read more