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With organizers stepping down, fair’s future unknown

LINCOLN COUNTY -- The future of the Lincoln County Fair is now uncertain as the Town and Country Fair and Rodeo Association has stepped down after six years of overseeing the event on their personal time.
President Debra Jones informed the Lincoln County Fair Board

   DA’s office dropping minor marijuana cases

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   Atmospheric river to bring heavy rain

   Community mourns loss of Lincoln City student

   Washington man still missing

   Seeking answers in Lincoln City

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Streaking Siletz dismantles Mohawk

SILETZ -- After barreling through a difficult non-league schedule to open the season, the 1A No. 2-ranked Siletz boys basketball squad kicked off Mountain West League play on Tuesday night with a dominating 63-25 win over Mohawk.
The Warriors exploded out of the gate,

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   Haynes takes first in Springfield

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   Cubs steal thrilling win

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   Newport swimmers dive in

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The 'Hour of Code'

LINCOLN CITY -- It's not a subject typically taught at a young age in U.S. schools, but it's a skill that's highly needed in the workforce.
Students in Lincoln County School District's 21st Century After School Program at Taft Elementary, and schools throughout the

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   Science students taught by master teacher

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   Firefighters, Elks rally for donations

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A real conversation: Pink Martini visits with local young musicians

NEWPORT -- A Harvard graduate who studied history and literature, Thomas Lauderdale had aspirations to become the mayor of Portland.
Lauderdale, who moved to Portland from rural Indiana with his family at age 12, instead ended up founding his band, Pink Martini, in 1994.

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   Wind ensemble to play at aquarium

   Heceta Head holiday celebration

   Old songs, new twists

   Wind ensemble plays benefit concert

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ONE SUMMER DAY: One Summer Day in Lincoln County
Uploaded: Aug 29, 2014 4:22 pm Finishing touches were put on an elevated sidewalk at the site of a $19 million state highway project in Lincoln City's Nelscott district. Shovels of concrete slung by cement workers Wade Blaylock, Jeremy Heibert and Amber Adamson of Concrete Enterprises gave way to trowels and fine brushes. The fine detailing drew praise from an ODOT observer.

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