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An impressive looking storm off to the west that will push in another round of rain today.  The radar showers the line just off to the west that will bring rain in the early afternoon.  Read more

Oregon’s unemployment rate dropped to 4.7% in September from 5.0%, as revised, in August. In September, 102,000 Oregonians were unemployed. This is a remarkable improvement from the worst labor force impacts of the COVID-19 recession when 270,000 Oregonians were jobless in April 2020. Read more

The onset of cool, damp fall weather allows firefighters to begin fall burning activities on the Siuslaw National Forest, which includes burning piles of woody debris and limbs that have accumulated throughout the year from forest restoration projects. Starting this week and continuing throu… Read more

Columbia Bank’s board of directors approved on Oct .11 a definitive agreement to combine Columbia Bank and Umpqua Bank. The partnership blends the two banks and provides both companies with a broader array of services and locations. Read more

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Oregonians have learned the importance of preparedness due to numerous recent hazards – including wildfire, drought, floods, ice storms and more. Though earthquakes are less common, they are top of mind in the Northwest due to the Cascadia subduction zone, a fault located off the Pacific Coa… Read more

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Tillamook County Sheriff’s Office (TCSO) deputies Ault, Bartlett and Wood responded to assist Oregon State Police Troopers Zepeda and Rose with a single vehicle crash Sunday night, Oct. 17, on Hwy 6. Read more

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The Tillamook County Board of Commissioners approved during a meeting Wednesday, Oct. 13, an agreement for an additional location for harm reduction needle exchanges. The health department has been holding these needle exchange events since April. Read more

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Citizens throughout Oregon’s 5th Congressional District sat in on a virtual town hall Tuesday, Oct. 12, to hear from U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader. Schrader addressed questions on prescription drug pricing, the Violence Against Women Act and the Jan. 6 attack on the state Capitol. Read more

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With climate change impacting the Earth, sea levels are beginning to rise again, and as they rise it will impact the shorelines many in Oregon and California call home. Read more