• Local man charged in stabbing

    NEWPORT — A local man is charged with attempted murder after he repeatedly stabbed another person Sunday afternoon, according to a media release from the Newport Police Department.

  • Teachers embrace eclipse

    LINCOLN COUNTY — As the county gears up for less than two-minutes of totality anticipated to consume more than three days, the science behind the eclipse is keeping educators busy.

  • 2 others identified after fatal accident

    EDDYVILLE — Two people who died in a triple fatality accident on Aug. 2 on Highway 20 have been identified.

  • Family evacuates as garage burns down

    NEWPORT — Nobody was injured in a structure fire that demolished the garage of a family’s home on Friday, Aug. 11, but the blaze caused about $75,000 in damage.

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Cubs soccer is on the run

NEWPORT — When the Newport girls soccer team opened practice Monday evening, the session resembled a track practice more than soccer. What started with a team run through the city was followed up by more conditioning throughout the practice. The soccer

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Overcoming mountains

When Dillon Reinhart was an infant, he had a purple hue to his skin complexion, a common trait for newborns born in high-altitude areas. In a way, being born in the thin air of Colorado Springs helped prepare Reinhart to climb Mt. Whitney — the highest

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The enthusiastic QB

There were times in 2016 when Dylan Crowell was his own worst enemy. The junior quarterback would try and make something out of nothing on the field, which at times, just made matters even worse. 2016 was a frustrating year on several fronts for the

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Waldport gets acquainted with new system

WALDPORT — The Irish wrapped up their football camp this week on Thursday, Aug. 10. It was the first camp ran by Waldport High School’s first-year Head Coach Craig Walker, who brought in new ideas, new plays and a renewed sense of purpose, leaving Iris

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Teams get final tune up before tryouts begin

It looked like practice, it sounded like practice, and at the end, and it even smelled like practice. But officially, it was just camp. Newport High School’s fall athletic teams opened up their team camps on Monday, Aug. 7 with their seasons quickly ap

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  • Business

    Toledo Chamber hosts district attorney

    Lincoln County District Attorney Michelle Branam will be the guest speaker at the next monthly luncheon of the Toledo Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Aug. 17. She will discuss the responsibilities and operations of her office.

  • Community

    Teen event planned at library

    In response to teen requests, the Newport Public Library will be hosting a Disney trivia night and a Lincoln County Rocks teen event on Thursday, Aug. 17, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

  • Community

    World rhythm comes to county fair

    Two Newport-based groups will present a free, three-hour program of traditional and indigenous world rhythm on Saturday at the Lincoln County Fair.

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Nancy McEwen is featured artist

    Nancy McEwen, a Creswell painter, is the featured artist of the month for August at the Artists' Studio Association (ASA) studio-gallery in Lincoln City

  • Arts & Entertainment

    Summer celebration continues in Newport

    Summer isn’t letting up yet, and neither is the celebrating in Newport’s historic oceanfront Nye Beach neighborhood.

  • Sports

    Column: four burning questions for fall sports

    By this time next week, teams all over Lincoln County will be wrapping up their first week of practices. And if everyone makes it through the solar eclipse in one piece, we will be two weeks away from actual, real-life games. Leading up to those game,

  • Community

    NOW to host summer potluck picnic in Toledo

    The public is invited to join the Central Oregon Coast chapter of NOW (National Organization for Women) for a community potluck picnic on Sunday, Aug. 13, from 2 p.m. to 5 pm, at the Toledo Waterfront Park.

  • Community

    Dog Days of Summer event set

    Rogue Ales & Spirits will host the world’s largest beer and dog festival, Dog Days of Summer, on Aug. 11-12 at its brewery in South Beach, located at 2320 OSU Drive.

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10th annual Beloved Festival

A huge crowd turned out for the Beloved Festival in Tidewater on Saturday, Aug. 12. A little-known but widely attended gathering, the four-day spiritual festival draws thousands of campers to “help eradicate the illusion of separation from each other, from the earth and from The Beloved,” its website states. (Photos by Nathan Howard)

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