Sunny days ahead for spring break along the Washington, Oregon coast

Sunny days ahead for spring break along the Washington, Oregon coast Posted 03/23/21 6:50 PM PDT By Oregon Coast Beach Connection Staff (Yachats, Oregon) – Spring break on the Oregon and Washington coasts has a new bounce in their path: it promises to be really sunny and pleasant this week. …

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These DC-Area webcams will help you feel a little less disconnected

Image via iStock. Webcams feel like a part of internet history that we collectively forgot to turn off – they’re like modem connection sounds that don’t go away. Now, since many of us are stuck at home, they remind us that we live in a metro area worth a visit. …

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Guest Column: Tim Knopp is out of step with Central Oregon | Notice

Editor’s Note: This guest column has been corrected to reflect the number of years Knopp has served in office. Senator Knopp’s endorsement by the Bend Bulletin ignores that his track record is out of step with central Oregon values. The editorial board praised Knopp for his accomplishments in the 2019 …

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Tim Tebow would rather be known for saving “a lot of babies” than “winning the Super Bowl”

item NEW YORK, NEW YORK – OCTOBER 09: Professional baseball player Tim Tebow visits “Fox & Friends” at Fox News Channel Studios on October 09, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by John Lamparski / Getty Images) Former NFL quarterback Tim tebow says he would rather be known for saving …

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Guest Column: Atoms vs Bits and Oregon’s Changing Political Landscape | Notice

In 2014, PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel lamented that the pace of innovation in physical products, made up of atoms, lagged behind information technology, transmitted in bits. Our ability to access and manipulate bits is growing much faster than the way we use atoms. Thiel’s bit-atom dichotomy is a useful tool …

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Appeals court upholds Texas executive order postponing non-essential medical procedures, including abortions

AUSTIN, Texas – A federal appeals court upheld a Texas executive order postponing non-essential medical procedures, including abortions, during the COVID-19 pandemic. the The U.S. 5th District Court of Appeals previously stayed the ruling by an Austin District Judge who ruled that “the Supreme Court has ruled clearly” on a …

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Registration for vaccination begins Thursday morning

By Pepper Fisher CLALLAM COUNTY – Clallam County today announced the latest on the website to register for vaccinations. The site is closed now but will open at 9:00 am on Thursday, January 28, on clallam.net, for people 65 and over. Once you are on the site and click on …

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Balancing With Setting Boundaries – Tillamook County Pioneer

by Ariel Slifka, Tillamook County Wellness AmeriCorps VISTA The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on the school system as teachers learn to deliver education virtually, students adjust to an online environment, and families balance work and learning in one home . It’s easy to forget that school systems …

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Registration for RI mass vaccination sites is open to those 75 and over, 65 and over eligible next week

PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – Rhode Island Appointment Registration two mass vaccination sites is now open to residents aged 75 and over. Eligible Rhode Islanders can visit VaccinateRI.org to make an appointment at the Dunkin ‘Donuts Center in downtown Providence or the former Citizens Bank headquarters on Sockanosset Cross Road in …

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OBITUARY: Dickie Coleman | Boca beacon

Raymond Ashley Coleman (also known as “Dickie” and “Pop Pop”), 79, passed away peacefully on Sunday January 24, 2020. His wife Leslie, children Matthew (Kristie), Charlie and Ashley will be sadly missed. ; and his grandchildren Hudson, Lucas, Jacob, Ethan, Anabelle and Devyn, as well as many longtime friends. Dick …

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