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On December 10, 2020, detectives from the Oregon State Police Major Crimes section responded to the H.B. Van Duzer Scenic Corridor in Lincoln County for the report of human remains discovered just outside the rest area. An individual walking in the area discovered the remains of a female chi… Read more

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Tillamook County Board of Commissioners initiated Wednesday, Nov. 24, the amendment process for the updates to the Tillamook County Land Use Ordinance. This is the green light for community development to start the public review process on the amendments. Read more

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Dollar Tree has kept prices at $1 for 35 years but that is soon changing. The company announced Tuesday, Nov. 23, it will shift to a $1.25 price point for a majority of its items at all stores nationwide by the end of the first quarter of 2022. Read more

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Oregonians are no longer required to mask up outdoors, effective immediately, according to Oregon Health Authority (OHA). Read more

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Anchor Pictures will soon be releasing “Old-Growth Murder,” a cold-case murder investigation documentary from the Oregon coast. Director Tom Olsen Jr. has been researching the project over the past decade and producing it since 2015. Olsen is planning for a free public screening in Tillamook… Read more

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Trees2Sea Montessori opened Monday, Nov. 8, in Tillamook. The Montessori school is a recorded preschool program in Tillamook for children ages 3-5 that aides children in discovering a joy and love for learning. The school is located at Northport Plaza at 1000 Main Ave. N, Suite 6 in Tillamoo… Read more

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The Tillamook County Courthouse has reopened to the public. The Tillamook County Board of Commissioners voted Tuesday, Nov. 9, to open the courthouse so people can come in without an appointment. Read more

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Earlier Sunday, Nov. 14, the Tillamook County Sheriff's Office (TCSO) dive team and marine Ppatrol were able to locate and remove a car that had driven into Cape Meares Lake on Thursday night. Read more