Culture/History

Culture/History, Outdoor, TILLAMOOK

People of the Nekalim Country

Story by Cheryl D. Wanner   In 1788, Captain Robert Gray sailed his sloop, Lady Washington, into what is now Tillamook Bay and made the first recorded white contact with the indigenous people of the area. Gray wrote of friendly trade between his crew and the local inhabitants which took […]

Art, Culture/History, LINCOLN CITY

Jolly Start to the Holidays

The Lincoln City Cultural Center is preparing for its 8th annual Tree Lighting Party, set for Friday, November 29. The event will usher in the holiday season with a family ornament workshop, cookies and hot chocolate, festive choral music, a visit with Santa Claus, a jolly vendor fair and family […]

Culture/History, Outdoor

Ship of Mystery

Story by Cheryl D. Wanner Image Above: A Manila galleon being loaded from Chinese vessels. Courtesy maritime artist Roger D. Morris NO OREGON COAST SHIPWRECK has spawned greater speculation or more unanswered questions than the Beeswax Wreck of Nehalem Spit. Shrouded in time, steeped in legend, this unknown vessel has […]