Here are the stories each month that had the most views.
Looking back is a good reminder about the many happenings that our communities endure, and also a whatever happened to? There was tragedy and politics; new WILD businesses and some “wild boys” wandering; crime and closures; new leaders and bits of history.
We are following up with TCSO Search and Rescue about the status on the missing persons; will update about increased in crimes, thefts; and look at what’s coming for 2020.
CARTM REGROUPS TO FOCUS ON NONPROFIT’S GOAL TO MOVE COMMUNITY TO ZERO WASTE
COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOR COAST GUARD FURLOUGHED FEDERAL WORKERS IN TILLAMOOK COUNTY
MISSING PERSON SEARCH CONTINUES FOR PAUL JENSEN IN NORTH TILLAMOOK COUNTY
OP/ED: FEBRUARY 15 RISK OF SHUTDOWN
SHARK BITES SURFERS BOARD NEAR CAPE KIWANDA
NEW SHOP WILD TO REPLACE MOTHER NATURES IN MANZANITA
SMALL SHIPWRECK ASHORE ON SOUTH OREGON COAST
WILD BOYS ELK TOUR 2019 – May-July
It all started with a stroll on Rockaway Beach, and using Highway 101 as their “game trail” – the “Fab 5” bachelor elk as the Pioneer dubbed them, continued to make appearances from Rockway all the way to Neskowin.
Enjoy a review of the Wild Boys Elk Tour …