Monthly Archives: May 2018

‘Deadliest Catch’ captain Blake Painter found dead in his Oregon home

Captain Blake Painter’s body was reportedly discovered by law enforcement on Friday, TMZ revealed. (Photo via Discovery) Captain Blake Painter’s body was reportedly discovered by law enforcement on Friday, TMZ revealed. (Photo via Discovery) ASTORIA, Ore. – “Deadliest Catch” captain … Continue reading

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Retired Oregon Lottery employee scoops up $30000 lotto prize in Salem

CLOSE Catch up on the week in Mid-Valley news for May 14-18. Lee Clarkson / Statesman Journal Mike Davis, of Salem, a retired Oregon Lottery employee, won $30,000 Thursday.(Photo: Oregon Lottery) As a retailer trainer at the Oregon Lottery for … Continue reading

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Samaritan honors survivors

Cancer survivors on the Oregon Coast will be honored at a Tuesday, June 5, Samaritan Health Services event in Newport. The event, timed to coincide with National Cancer Survivors Day, will give guests the opportunity to learn more about programs … Continue reading

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Pinch yourself, at the Nehalem Bay Crab Derby

Janice and Kelly Laviolette from Kelly’s Brighton Marina try their luck in Nehalem Bay Buy this photo A crabber casts his trap from the dock at Jetty Fishery By Patrick Alexander Oregon Coast TODAY Crabs attempting to navigate Nehalem Bay … Continue reading

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New York’s Bootleg Weed

Growing up, there was always someone hustling something—whether it was the elote man, someone selling bootleg movies and kicks, or the neighborhood weed man, who always claimed to have the best of the best. Thankfully, the elote man is still … Continue reading

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Hop to it: Tickets are selling fast for Tillamook’s Cork & Brew Tour

The ever-popular Cork Brew Tour will return to Tillamook on Friday, June 15, offering guests the chance to enjoy beer and wine tastings paired with food from some of the area’s most renowned restaurants. “When we started this in 2013, … Continue reading

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Max’s law shields young athletes

Concussion Discussion: The law requires coaches to pull an athlete from play following a susptected concussion and restrict them from training or play until a medical release has been obtained by a health professional.

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Brown Pelicans Struggle To Find Food On Oregon Coast

The Wildlife Center of the North Coast has already cared for several starving young California brown pelicans this spring. Brown pelicans, which migrate north in the spring from nesting colonies off Southern California and Mexico, spent several decades on the federal … Continue reading

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“Avitas CBD Water, LLC” Rebranded As “Xanthic Beverages” and First Production to be Distributed to Over 500 Retail …

Xanthic CBD Water uses CBD that is not derived from hemp or marijuana, allowing for production in a good manufacturing practice facility and distribution outside the licensed dispensary universe. Xanthic CBD Water is being produced by a Pepsico-contracted bottler under … Continue reading

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10 unique ways to get around the Northwest this summer

Summer in the Northwest welcomes some of life’s biggest joys; think sun-stroked days followed by deliciously crisp evenings. Mother Nature’s peaks and waterways show off in their summertime glory, while city scenes bustle with outdoor concerts and patios packed with … Continue reading

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