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Go wild and get hooked at Ecola Seafood Restaurant and Market

There is a local treasure for seafood lovers in downtown Cannon Beach that sells high quality seafood fresh from the ocean. Jay and Cindy Beckman, owners of Ecola Seafood, serve up wild, local seafood sourced fresh from their very own boats, along with other local fisherman. They use “line and hook” to catch fish (no nets) Ecola Seafood sells in-season halibut, salmon, crab, steamer clams, oysters, scallops, and prawns. It is the freshest you can find it. ...
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Celebrating a 43 year career at Marie Mills

On Friday January 20th the community celebrated the retirement of Ron Rush, the director of Marie Mills Center in Tillamook with a luncheon at the center with family, clients, friends, staff and community partners. Ron got involved 43-years ago, taking the job right out of college, thinking he would stay a year, bank some money and go off to graduate school. He didn’t realize at the time, he found his calling. ...

Rebound: Lincoln, Tillamook counties GDP

The Oregon Employment Department has released the latest Northwest Oregon gross domestic product (GDP) details. The GDP is a key economic indicator in Lincoln, Tillamook, Columbia, Clatsop and Benton counties. Northwest Oregon's GDP rebounded strongly in most counties in 2021. Every county in Northwest Oregon was hit hard by the pandemic recession in 2020. Business...

WARMING CENTER OPEN THREE NIGHTS – Starting Sunday Jan. 29th, Monday Jan. 30th & Tuesday Jan. 31st

The Tillamook Warming Center will be open three nights starting tomorrow night, Sunday 01/29/2023, Monday 01/30/2023, and Tuesday 01/31/2023. The center is located at the First Christian Church at 2203 4th Street in Tillamook. The open hours are from 8pm to 7am. Please post this opening and share with anyone you know that could benefit from a safe place to stay.

Tillamook County Transportation expands service

Tillamook County’s Transportation District started service to Portland with a second bus on January 22, expanding connectivity for Tillamook residents. The district also updated fares, dropping the cost of ridership for most customers. The second bus will add an early morning departure from Tillamook at 5 a.m. as well as an extra late afternoon departure from Tillamook around 4 p.m. and Portland at 7 p.m. ...

TBCC hires Wenaha as project manager for construction of Health Education Building

On December 1, Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) retained Wenaha Group as the Project Manager for the upcoming general obligation bond construction project: to construct a Healthcare Education Building on the college campus. Wenaha Group is a Native American-owned Owner’s Representative, Construction Management & Consulting Firm that specializes in education, tribal, public agencay, housing, and healthcare projects. They are based in Federal Way, Washington. The firm was chosen from a competitive process in November. ...

Below Freezing Weather Heading To Clatsop County

The National Weather service is reporting a cold weather front coming to Clatsop County on early Sunday morning, January 29 that will last through Thursday, February 2. Temperatures are expected to reach below freezing on Sunday and Monday nights in parts of Clatsop County with wind chills in the upper teens on Sunday morning and lower 20’s on Monday morning. Significant precipitation is not forecasted. “With this very cold weather,...

Quirky Oregon Coast History Embedded in Seaside: Mystery Wall, Fishing Pier

(Seaside, Oregon) – There's much more to history on the Oregon coast than people realize. A lot of times that means landmarks you can no longer see anymore, much of it surprisingly oddball. In other moments, there are small remnants of history just lying around on or near the beaches, sometimes way up in the hills. They're hard to spot in many instances, but once you do you start wondering: just what in the hell was that?
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Clatsop County residents criticize free land giveaway proposal

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — A proposal in Clatsop County to tackle the housing crisis along the Oregon coast is drawing criticism from residents after reports that leaders are considering giving acres of public land away for free to develop affordable housing. On Wednesday evening, county officials spoke publicly for...

Graduation rates improve in county

Graduation rates among students in Clatsop County saw growth last school year as school districts continue to bounce back from the coronavirus pandemic. The Oregon Department of Education released graduation data from the 2021-2022 school year on Thursday. Clatsop County scored an 84.2% graduation rate, which was an increase of 5 percentage points from the previous school year and above the statewide average of 81.3%. The state figure also slightly increased from the prior year.

Project Homeless Connect provides outreach to homeless

Clatsop Community Action will host the annual Project Homeless Connect on Tuesday, part of an outreach effort by social services providers that includes a census of Clatsop County’s homeless population. The event at the Seaside Civic and Convention Center brings together nonprofits, government and faith-based agencies on the North...

New City Hall project hits major snag

Planning progress for Cannon Beach’s new city hall appears to have a major new obstacle, the city council learned at a January 12 meeting. Structural Engineer Curtis Gagner from CIDA, the firm leading the project, told councilors that a November 2022 code update will require the new police station meet higher tsunami safety standards, complicating plans to reuse the current city hall’s location. The November code update added a new...

Quilt raffle ends Feb. 14

SEASIDE — The Mission Quilters at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church in Seaside is holding a fundraiser raffle. The prize is a quilt that was appliqued and hand-pieced by a former pastor’s wife, C.J. Johnson, and former member, Sue Guderjohn. The queen-sized, 100% cotton quilt was machine-quilted and is...