Monthly Archives: February 2018

Feeling tenth? Run it off.

Boone Marker and Gail Kimberling of the Lincoln City Community Center If your New Year’s fitness resolution needs a boost or if you just like to step up on the spur of the moment, registration is still open for the … Continue reading

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Flipping the script

Newport Beach Buy this photo The Havianas, complete with sea star charms Buy this photo We leave Newport on a morning of black ice and slushy snow, and arrive in Newport Beach to apologies that we have come when they … Continue reading

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Tapping the tree Wolf Tree Brewery stands tall in South Beach

Label illustrations by Julia Goose Joe Hitselberger Story photos by Patrick Alexander Oregon Coast TODAY Foresters have a name for the largest tree in the forest, the tree that shades out all others in the competition for sunlight. They call … Continue reading

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In-cider trading

Kayak Tillamook guide and co-owner Paul Peterson Story photos by Gretchen Ammerman For the TODAY The beauty of the Oregon Coast is magnified in places where rivers spill out into the ocean, then gently, or sometimes not so gently, creep … Continue reading

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EVIO Inc. Update–Letter to Shareholders Other OTC:EVIO

BEND, Ore., Feb. 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NetworkWire – EVIO (OTCQB:EVIO), a life science company and leading provider of quality control testing and advisory services to the regulated cannabis industry is pleased to provide a corporate update to … Continue reading

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Recreational crabbing closed along southern Oregon coast

SALEM, Ore. — All recreational crabbing is closed along the southern Oregon coast. The Oregon Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife made the announcement on Thursday. The closure is due to elevated levels of domoic … Continue reading

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Chance of Snow for Oregon Coast, Passes, Portland; Large Waves

Chance of Snow for Oregon Coast, Passes, Portland; Large Waves Published 02/26/2018 at 4:05 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection staff (Portland, Oregon) – More snow is coming for the Oregon Coast Range passes overnight tonight, and then a … Continue reading

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Registration open for annual CoastWalk Oregon

Courtesy North Coast Land Conservancy Hikers head south toward Arch Cape on Day No. 1 of CoastWalk Oregon 2017. Registration opens Thursday, March 1, for the third annual CoastWalk Oregon, a fundraiser for the North Coast Land Conservancy set for … Continue reading

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EVIO Inc. Update–Letter to Shareholders

BEND, Ore., Feb. 27, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — via NetworkWire – EVIO (OTCQB:EVIO), a life science company and leading provider of quality control testing and advisory services to the regulated cannabis industry is pleased to provide a corporate update to … Continue reading

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Oregon’s Second Cracker Barrel is Now Open in Beaverton

Southern chain restaurant Cracker Barrel continues to push westwards, as the Tennessee-based chain opened its latest Portland-area location on Monday (February 26), in Beaverton. It’s only the second opening for the chain in Oregon — the restaurant, known for all … Continue reading

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