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Ivorick ‘Rick’ Gordon DeCambra was born January 24th, 1962 to Donald and Annie DeCambra in Honolulu, Hawaii, and he passed away September 25th, 2022 in Tillamook, Oregon. Read more

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Jerald (Jerry, JR, Ace) Roderick Reeves was born in the hospital in Myrtle Point, OR on July 13, 1941 to William Clare Reeves and Helen Inez Stallard and spent 31 years living in Powers, OR.  He graduated from Powers High School in 1959.   Read more

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May DeVries “Maaike” was born on October 14, 1934 in Hallumerhock, Netherlands, to Stewart DeVries and Saapke “Visser” DeVries. Read more

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William E. Hedlund passed away Monday morning, September 12th, 2022 at his home on the Kilchis River, in Tillamook, Oregon. He was 81. Read more

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Edward Albert Hurliman, age 81, passed away in his home in Pacific City Oregon on Sept 5th. Ed was born to Anton and Bertha Hurliman on June 25th, 1941, in Woods, Oregon and raised on a dairy farm in Pacific City, Oregon. Anton and Bertha had 8 children, Ben, Jan, Jim, Ed, Dave, Christie, Ka… Read more

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Rates of traumatic injury among workers in the Oregon agricultural and construction sectors are significantly higher during periods of high heat compared with periods of more moderate weather, according to an Oregon State University (OSU) study. Read more

The Board of Commissioners is seeking representatives from Tillamook County to serve on the Tillamook County Housing Commission. Formed by the Board in June 2018, the Housing Commission is charged with creating, maintaining, and implementing a strategic housing plan for the entire county bas… Read more

Some bugs are just a nuisance.  For me right now, it’s the yellow jackets and bald face hornets.  To be honest, I have a few honey bees that aren’t too friendly but then I cause them a lot of trouble.   Read more

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The CoastWatch program of the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition invites the public to join online in contemplating a very basic subject to those who love the shore.  On Thursday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m., the group presents a webinar on “Sand.” The event is free and open to everyone. Read more

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Mindfully walking in nature is a great way to practice mindfulness and realize its health benefits, while also enjoying the outdoors. Unlike seated meditation which often brings focus to our inner experience, mindfully walking in nature asks you to utilize all of your senses as you take in y… Read more

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In November of 1996 the voters passed Measure 29-29 with over a 60% majority forming the North County Recreation District. On July 1, 1997 NCRD came into existance. In the beginning we consisted of the Pool, a one room Fitness Center and a Teen Center that was open on the weekends. We were a… Read more

The No. 7 ranked Tillamook High Cheesemakers won their sixth consecutive Class 4A volleyball Cowapa League game with a 3-0 win over the Astoria High Fishermen (2-3 league, 3-7 overall) Sept. 22 at Astoria High School. That contest marked the second day of playing back-to-back games for Tilla… Read more

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Last Wednesday, Port employees along with the staff of William Wallace Welding and Burden’s Towing and Crane service placed a blimp replica on the same poll the displayed for the past 25-years, a US Navy A-4 SKyhawk. The blimp was designed by draftsman Rachael Voss and build and welded by TB… Read more

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The Tillamook Association for the Performing Arts (TAPA) is proud to announce the cast for its fall 2022 production of Ira Levin’s DEATHTRAP, directed by James Meritt and sponsored by Umpqua Bank of Tillamook. Read more