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Tillamook Coast Visitors Association, also known as Visit Tillamook Coast, Executive Director Nan Devlin presented an annual report for 2019-2020 during a board of commissioners meeting Wednesday, Oct. 14. The association provides a six-month and annual report. Read more

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Grab your umbrella and warm coat, it likely will be cooler and wetter than normal this winter in the Pacific Northwest, according to the latest winter weather forecast from the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Read more

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The Tillamook Chapter of the American Association of University Women (AAUW) hosted a Candidates Forum on Oct. 14, via Zoom. Candidates for State Representative District 10, State Representative District 32, State Senate District 5, and Tillamook County Sheriff answered questions from the co… Read more

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The Oregon State Parks and Recreation Commission accepted during a meeting Wednesday, Sept. 16, a donation of $39,875 from Oregon Parks Forever for hiker-piker pods. Oregon Parks Forever had partnered with Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) to install hiker-biker pods in six state… Read more

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A coalition of 11 governors, including Govs. Jay Inslee (WA), Kate Brown (OR), Gavin Newsom (CA), Phil Murphy (NJ), Gretchen Whitmer (MI), Tony Evers (WI), Tim Walz (MN), Ralph Northam (VA), John Carney (DE), Steve Sisolak (NV) and Michelle Lujan Grisham (NM), have released the following sta… Read more

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While for decades the Coast Guard has permitted women to serve in every job – from aviator to captain of a ship to boarding officer, there are roles in the service that have remained predominately filled by men. That tide is turning, especially among the Coast Guard's most highly trained and… Read more