Mudd Nick Foundation and Neah-Kah-Nie School District are having their second Musical Enrichment Program workshops on March 13 for the choir and band. These workshops are made possible in part by Oregon Community Foundation, Cascade Blues Association, CARTM Organization, Mudd Nick Foundation… Read more

The directors board of the Nehalem Bay Health District has unanimously approved a new three-year management agreement with the Oregon company that operates the Nehalem Valley Care Center in Wheeler. The board took the action at its February regular meeting. Read more

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The application deadline for Tillamook County’s 2019/20 Transient Lodging Tax Tourism-Related Facilities County Grant Program and Community Grant Program has been extended by two weeks. The original deadline of Friday, Feb. 7, 2020 at 4 p.m. has been changed to Friday, Feb. 21, 2020 at 4 p.m. Read more

Guest column shared with permission from farm-to-table nutrition expert, Kim Kirchherr, MS, RD, LDN, FAND, ACSM-CPT. With her blog Kim shares her love for food, farmers and healthy eating. This post is a great fit for Tillamook County Wellness as we focus on Eating … Read more

Approximately 41 percent of Oregon’s 362-mile coastline is made up of rocky habitat. Most visitors would recognize the dramatic headlands, tide pools, rocky beaches, cliffs, and offshore rocks while they are traveling along Highway 101. Read more

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Over the past several years, we have seen a dramatic increase in school shootings. As the experts analyze these horrific events, it has become clear that schools need to change their approach in dealing with active shooter situations. Read more

If you frequently find yourself singing in the shower or singing along with songs on the radio, the Tillamook Community Chorus is a great place to join your voice with others in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. As Chorus members like to say, “it’s a group of friends who love to sing.” Read more

Nearly 10,000 Oregonians have purchased gray whale license plates since they went on sale a year ago, providing critical support for Oregon State University researchers studying gray whales that frequent Oregon’s waters. Read more

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The year was 1967 and America was in the midst of turmoil and an identity crisis of sorts. The Vietnam War was ramping up just as the summer of love and Monterey Pop Festival began to sizzle. Race riots filled the streets of major metropolitan areas as Thurgood Marshall was sworn in as the f… Read more