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The Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) announced in late July that Edge Cable Holdings, Inc., a subcontractor for Facebook, has notified them of drilling equipment that was left behind during the undersea fiber optic cable project near Tierra Del Mar. Edge Cable had been working on layin… Read more

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A Coast Guard aircrew hoisted two female teenagers Wednesday, July 29, near Fort Stevens State Park in Hammond. At 5 p.m., watchstanders at the Coast Guard Sector Columbia River Command Center received a request for assistance from Astoria dispatch reporting a 14-year-old and 18-year-old fem… Read more

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The Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) announced Wednesday, July 22, that high school football is delayed indefinitely, while the first fall contest date for other sports has been pushed back to Sept. 23. This decision came after the OSAA Executive Board met in a closed work session… Read more

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As promised in my article last month, I want to share with you details of our graduating class of 2020! We are very proud of our graduates every year, but as I have told many of this year’s graduates, this class will have quite a distinguishing characteristic of being termed the “Pandemic Cl… Read more

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Tillamook County Leadership discussed limited testing, current COVID-19 cases and updates in a community update meeting Friday, July 24. As of July 24, the county has 24 confirmed positive COVID-19 cases. Read more

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As people flock to the water to cool off this summer, the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) and the Oregon State Marine Board (OSMB) remind people to play it safe at Oregon’s beaches, lakes and rivers. Read more

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Tillamook City Council approved a request during a council meeting Monday, July 20, to close Evergreen Drive to work on the sewer rehabilitation project. Work is scheduled to begin on Evergreen Drive on Monday, July 27, and last approximately 4-6 weeks. Read more

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Following a 3.2 magnitude earthquake in Rose Lodge that was reported yesterday afternoon by the United States Geological Survey (USGS), a string of quakes were felt further north in Alaska and Canada. Read more

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The Oregon Legislative Emergency Board has approved more than $200 million in federal Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) dollars to provide further economic support for Oregonians and small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. Read more