• City conducts annual emergency drill

    NEWPORT — Despite the persistent rain throughout the day, the city of Newport went through with its emergency procedure.

  • City helps Hatfield in building process

    NEWPORT — The city of Newport approved a code change to help in the process of building a new vertical evacuation building.

  • Garbage costs on the rise

    TOLEDO — The days of inexpensive and easy mixed recycling are coming to an end as “China National Sword 2017” takes effect, increasing the cost of re- cycling and rejecting loads of non-compliant matter, which could result in higher prices trickling down from haulers, and fines from De- partment of Environmental Quality.

  • Equipment updates granted

    SILETZ — The Siletz Rural Fire Protection District received $4,500 from Georgia-Pacific Bucket Brigade grants to help replace outdated jackets, pants and helmets.

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Philomath outlasts Cubs

Philomath had put a wallop on the Newport soccer team when they first met in late September — the Warriors had beaten the Cubs 10-0. On Wednesday, Oct. 11, the Cubs went out to prove that they were a better than the team that showed up on a rainy day in Philomath three weeks ago. “The game that we played at Philomath a few weeks ago was in no way a reflection on how this team plays,” said Head Coach Jon Allan. “They’ve shown over the course of the season that they are much, much better than that. It was good to see them come out with much more guts and determination and speed.”

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After four on the road, Warriors’ home game cancelled

SILETZ — Since Sept. 8, the Siletz Valley Warriors have been waiting to return home to play in front of their hometown crowd. After four straight games against on the road and traveling an average of 131 miles for those games, playing at home will have to wait another week. Alsea High School doesn’t have enough players to field a team. “That’s a long stretch of road games,” said Head Coach Reggie Butler Jr. “Being on the road that much starts to wear on you. I think it’s good for us to regroup, I guess. The past two weeks we have been struggling.”

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  • Community

    Author to speak at monthly meeting

    The Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society is holding its monthly speaker series meeting on Oct. 21, at 10 a.m. The meeting will be held at the Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye St. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Community

    Free film screening on end-of-life care

    Join Samaritan Pacific Hospice for a free screening of the award-winning film, “New Rules for End of Life Care,” followed by a question-and-answer session with its creator, hospice nurse Barbara Karnes.

  • Community

    Central Oregon Coast Ceasefire to meet

    On Monday, Oct. 23, at the Newport Public Library, there will be an informational meeting and discussion from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. held by Central Oregon Coast Ceasefire, which is part of the Alliance to Prevent Gun Violence. The group has a goal of promoting sensible gun laws.

  • Community

    ‘State of the Coast’ conference is Oct. 28

    Registration has opened for Oregon Sea Grant’s annual “State of the Coast” conference, which will be held Oct. 28 in Florence. Billed as Oregon’s coastal conference for everyone, the event aims to bring together the public, scientists, fishermen, resource managers, teachers, students and conservationists. Attendees will have the opportunity to learn, network and talk about the current status and future of Oregon’s marine environment.

  • Community

    Samaritan wellness coach to give presentation

    Some days, a person can feel as if he or she is simply going through the motions of life, rather than fully living. That may be a sign that change is needed. “Often, we need to rethink what it is we want to accomplish in our life, and what we want more of,” says Samaritan Wellness-Life Coach Patty Sheffield. She will lead a free seminar, “Living Life to its Fullest Potential,” on Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., at the Center for Health Education, 740 SW Ninth St., Newport.

  • Community

    Centro de Ayuda seeks board members

    Spanish-speaking immigrants are a vital and growing part of Lincoln County society and business. Whether they’re working in the hospitality industry, fish-packing plants, construction or landscaping, immigrants are vital to a healthy economy here on the coast. Since 1996, the Centro de Ayuda (The Help Center) in Newport has been working as a countywide cultural bridge, providing Spanish/English translation and interpreting services for medical emergencies and treatment, legal affairs, education, and a variety of other areas.

  • Community

    Yachats Ladies Club plans dinner fundraiser

    The Yachats Ladies Club will hold a scholarship fund dinner on Friday, Oct. 20, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Yachats Ladies Club, located at 286 W Third St. The cost of this full course, pork loin dinner is $15 at the door. All proceeds from the dinner will go to the scholarship fund.


  • Community

    Open house and autumn social at Burrows Museum

    The Burrows House Museum and staff will host an open house and autumn social on Friday, Oct. 20, from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. This casual event marks the official opening of three new exhibits, which feature a diversity of objects ranging from a vintage “personal communicator” (cell phone) to a decorative sword made of Chinese coins taken in trade on the Confederated Tribes of the Siletz Reservation more than 100 years ago.

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2017 Total Solar Eclipse Photo Contest: Editor's picks

The winning shot comes from Jennifer Theis, who took this photo from the boat launch next to the Toledo Airport. Our other finalists are: Kelsea de Filippis, from Agate Beach; Keyonna Williams, from Neotsu; Laurie Beatler, from Waldport; Lex Roller, from Newport; and Mike Paxton, from Lincoln City.


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