Posted by: Deborah Bryant | November 25, 2007

Checking In: All Quiet on the Oceanside Front; Herald Looses its Community Mind

I’m back from a business trip to Canada and some time with my grandkids in Florida, and here’s what I know:

  • The Anchor Tavern is still not open for business.
  • Green Crow has not filed its additional information to complete its application to convert its private quarry to commercial quarry (the 200 line quarry just outside Oceanside limits).
  • The Netarts Exercise Club has received sufficient donations to fill back packs for kids in the area.
  • The weather was stunning over the Thanksgiving Holiday affording excellent agate hunting opportunities.

I am sorry to report that the Headlight Herald has lost is community section editor, Linda Ediger. It is unclear what direction the paper is headed in as it looses the section editor without replacement, but I must say that I enjoyed working with Linda, consumate crumudgion that she is, in my nearly two years as a Fencepost columnist. Best wishes to reporter-at-large Ken O’Toole who, in my book, is doing an outstanding job of covering local news – but will clearly be taxed in covering the Community Section as well. Best wishes to Linda, a highly professional reporter who worked obscene hours to cover the entire county of Tillamook to ensure we all knew what was going on in our neck of the county.


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