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Yoga behind bars

NEWPORT -- Nine women -- eight in head-to-toe bright orange, the ninth in black and purple yoga garb -- filed into the library at the Lincoln County Jail on Monday, Nov. 28.
Nine yoga mats had been unfurled, meticulously staggered to make the most of

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First meet of the season

LINCOLN CITY -- Swimmers from Newport, Taft and South Albany got a chance to jump into the water at the Lincoln City Community Center for the season's first meet of the year on Wednesday, Nov. 30.
The Taft Kickoff Meet allowed swimmers a chance to

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Front yard flooding in Alsea Bay

The front yard of a home along the Alsea Bay is seen here surrounded by floodwater following days of heavy rainfall on Saturday, Nov. 26. The owners said high water is not uncommon along the bay, and they keep a water pump running in their ...more

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Art Tuesdays begin at Clearwater

NEWPORT -- In an effort to promote art in the community, Clearwater Restaurant is beginning Art Tuesdays.
"We're really inspired by the amount of artists and skill in this town and community," restaurant owner Janell Goplen said. "There's always been a plethora of amazing artists

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