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It has taken years of effort and numerous partners to improve Tillamook’s Hoquarton Trail, which plays a role in the Salmonberry Trail project as well. The Tillamook Area Chamber of Commerce is hosting a party to celebrate the local trail’s completion Read more

“Sketching Wildflowers and Butterflies with Dorota Haber-Lehigh” at the Tillamook Forest Center on April 28 is a great opportunity for visitors to learn how to design, use various techniques, and become educated on native plants and butterflies. Read more

Tillamook County Wellness partners are helping families spring into summer with local running clubs, disc golf and other fun community programs and events. Here are some things for families to consider when planning ways to keep kids active and engaged as the school year comes to an end. Read more

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Featuring a 10-foot long wire mesh fish stuffed with plastic bags, Tillamook County Master Recyclers are sponsoring a day of education about the impact of plastic pollution on our health and quality of life. Read more

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Joshua and Emily Miller Smith welcome baby boy, Judah Joshua Smith, on Wednesday March 27, 2019. Judah was born at St. Anthony Hospital in Pendleton Oregon. Read more

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Every time I do a presentation, training or outreach, I get the same questions and comments: How can you talk to someone who is suicidal? Or I am afraid to ask the person if they are suicidal because it might cause them to do it. My response every time is, “I might be the only person who sto… Read more

Dr. Elmer Allen was the son of Tillamook hoteliers Nellie and John Peter Allen who ran the Allen House from 1899 until John’s death in 1915. Growing up in a developing town, Elmer had an eye for detail and many years later, as an adult, he wrote down his memories of Tillamook City in a volum… Read more

Seven breweries and seven creameries descended on the brewery floor of Pelican Brewing in Tillamook on Saturday, April 13 to treat nearly 300 festival attendees to tasty pairings. But the real treat of the day was the $3,750.00 raised for Food Roots, the local organization dedicated to suppo… Read more

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With more electric and hybrid vehicles rolling out every year, Tillamook People’s Utility District (PUD) recently joined the growing ranks of companies with fleet vehicles powered by renewable energy. Read more