Warehouse 10, a home and gift market in Twin Rocks, presented a $545 check to Meals For Seniors, Inc. of Rockaway Beach at their year-end Board meeting in December. This resulted in the proceeds of the store’s sales the weekend of December 7-8. During that time the store also collected canne… Read more

Tillamook County Wellness is all about making healthy happen in 2020. We are encouraging people to Choose Well – a campaign series that will run throughout the year, providing support and local resources for living a healthier life.  To kick things off, we are launching our Eat Well campaign… Read more

Qutting tobacco is complicated but it is possible. If you use tobacco in any form, quitting is the number one thing you can do for a healthier, longer life. You will breathe easier and so will your family. It also sets a good example for children, to help them avoid smoking and vaping. Read more

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It was a night for recognition and a bit of fun when the Tillamook County Composite Squadron/Flight 114 landed at Kitty’s Food & Spirits this past month. The unit held its inaugural Holiday Dining Out with a promotion ceremony on Dec. 12, 2019. Read more

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In mid-September 2019, a bus carrying members of the US Army 1st Battalion of the 186th Infantry crashed along Highway 101 in Manzanita. The City of Manzanita was quick to extend help and hospitality to the stranded service men and women and a mutual friendship was born. Read more

Thanks to a sponsorship by Tillamook County Wellness partner, Oregon Dairy & Nutrition Council, we are featuring an article and recipe from Judy Barbe, author, columnist and nutrition expert. As a registered dietician nutritionist and food enthusiast, Judy offers realistic food solutions… Read more

North Tillamook Library presents Mick Doherty and the Hammer Dulcimer Concert at 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 31, at Hoffman Center for the Arts. Doherty is a performing and recording studio musician, playing hammer dulcimer, guitar, string bass, accordions, percussion and various sound effects devices. Read more

Monday Musical Club of Tillamook presents “A Tribute to George and Ira Gershwin” at 7 p.m. Monday, Jan. 13, at Tillamook Seventh-Day Adventist Church. The program chairman is Brenna Sage and the evening will feature local musicians performing the music of the Gershwins. Read more

Art Accelerated is pleased to announce Ciel Downing will be reading from her work from 5-7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 10, at the Gallery at 1906 Third St. in downtown Tillamook as part of their Sip and Shop event. Downing took an active role in poetry and short stories in 1995 and was published in th… Read more

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The year is quickly coming to an end and the environmental nonprofit SOLVE is happy to report their 50th year-end results. As a team of just 13, SOLVE recorded connecting more than 31,896 volunteers to over 1,160 volunteer environmental projects. Through these projects, volunteers collected … Read more

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The Lower Nehalem Community Trust (LNCT) will host a free pruning workshop from 1 a.m. until noon Saturday, Jan. 11, in the Community Garden at Alder Creek Farm. This event will be led by professional arborist David Sipp, of Ecologic Trees. Read more

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The term “Wellness” can mean different things to different people. In the past, people considered the word wellness to mean the degree to which someone is not sick. Now, people are beginning to understand that “being well” is much more than “not being sick.”   Read more

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On an upcoming episode of Oregon Public Broadcasting’s (OPB) “Oregon Field Guide” learn more about “The Lost City of Bayocean.” The 30-minute program offers a historical look at the once-thriving coastal town in Tillamook County, uncovering the mystery behind its rise and fall. It tells the … Read more