The Portland office of the National Weather Service issued a Flood Watch for much of the region early Friday morning.
Stats from the month of October and a message from the Banks Fire District.
The rise of generative artificial intelligence tools now accessible to consumers and businesses has Oregon’s governor taking notice, and now a council will be formed to examine policies for its use in the halls of Oregon government.
This month’s police log is atypical – it is an audio transcription of a brief report verbally delivered by Washington County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Frank Ward on Tuesday, November 14 to the Banks city council.
Hayward may be a tiny community with a cemetery and a handful of homes, farms, and a cemetery today. But in 1923, it had a hotel, a school, and by November 29, 1923, a sidewalk.
A crash has closed Highway 26 in both directions near milepost 33, the Washingtons County Sheriff’s Office said in a social media alert Saturday morning.
The Tillamook Forest Center will close for the winter season November 27, after one last holiday event. It’s not expected to reopen until March of 2024.
One hundred years ago, work began on the first water system in Banks right before Thanksgiving.
It’s that special time of year when families gather, eat a lot, take a moment to be grateful for what they have, and then, the next morning, spend an incredible amount of money on consumer goods and electronics they don’t have, but really, really want.
Or, you could go fishing, or hiking, for free.
For the fifth year, the Banks Annual Christmas Light Parade is coming back Saturday, December 16 starting at 6 p.m.