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Newport High School teacher arrested

A Newport High School teacher was arrested Tuesday in what district officials said is a “legal matter unrelated to students or NHS.”

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Tree cutter grateful after deadly accident

Nieve Hernandez had hoped the cut would be clean and trouble-free.

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Salishan can keep aerial course

LINCOLN COUNTY — After hearing from both critics and supporters of a new aerial challenge course at Salishan Resort, the county has sided with the longstanding Gleneden Beach destination and an earlier county planning commission approval.

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Rick Len Jordan March 12th, 1956 – February 1st, 2019

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Researchers: Climate change will alter coast forests

A changing climate in the 21st century will significantly alter the coastal forests of the Pacific Northwest, according to modeling by Oregon State University researchers.

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Yaquina Head seen in a new light

Locals may have noticed something different about the Yaquina Head Lighthouse recently: namely, its intensity and the abruptness with which it lights up. This is thanks to a technological leap for the lighthouse: a new LED lamp.

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School district changes bus contractor

Lincoln County School District announced on Tuesday that the school board intends to award the district’s contract for student transportation services to First Student at the Feb. 12 board meeting, to be effective July 1.

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Robotics club headed for state championships

With young minds at full throttle, the Toledo Exploriens are hard at work preparing for the FIRST LEGO League state championships.

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A century of service

In 1918, the second ever Oregon State University Extension Service office was founded in Lincoln County. Today, it still serves a number of purposes in the community by providing groups that teach specific interests and life skills, as well as providing scholarships and community services.

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  • Obituaries

    Karel Anne Laufenberg nee Richards July 30th,1952 - Feb 14th, 2019

    "Multi-faceted artistic genius..." Please click to view full obituary.

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    Ron Weder 1953-2019

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  • Sports

    Toledo boys poised for state

    The Boomers boys’ basketball team is poised to make its fifth rush at a state title after beating Waldport 82-42 Friday.

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    BOYS WRESTLING: Senior night sweep sends Taft to Districts

    In a final bid to secure berths at the district tournament today and Saturday, Taft grapplers so dominated a dual tournament last week that as many as 19 Tiger wrestlers will get their shots at a possible state title.

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    NEWPORT SWIM TEAM: Club swimmers head to state championships

    A “feeder” club that produces state champion prep swimmers for the Newport High School team will send its own group of aquatic athletes to the Oregon Swimming state championships.

  • Community

    Classes to focus on balance, cognitive fitness

    Brenda Luntzel, fitness specialist at the Newport Recreation Center, is offering classes on less familiar types of exercise, such as balance and neuromotor exercises, which she says are just as important as aerobic and strength training, but many people have less knowledge on what to do or how to do them correctly. Classes will be offered on two different days and times. Attend only one class to learn the information, or attend all of them and make it part of your exercise program for the week. The classes are free for people with an annual Newport Rec Center pass. For non-members, there is a $6 drop-in fee per class.

  • Community

    Toledo art contest winners announced

    The Toledo Public Library recently held an art contest to generate ideas for the upcoming summer reading program theme: “A Universe of Stories.” Toledo Elementary School students were asked to draw a picture of what that theme means to them.

  • Community

    Free program on landscape design

    The Seal Rock Garden Club welcomes the public to a free program on landscape design on Wednesday, Feb. 20. Robert Hollen, landscape designer from Newport, will present “Landscape Design Strategies that Reflect the Natural Environment.”

4th Annual Crab Blessing

Families, fishermen and community members gathered at the North Jetty look-out at Yaquina Bay State Park on Friday, Jan. 4 for the 4th Annual Crab Blessing, a ceremony held on the season-opener to pray over the crab fleet as they head out to sea. Along with more than 70 people in attendance, Pastor Luke Frechette broadcasted a community prayer aboard the U.S. Coast Guard motor lifeboat, Victory on Facebook Live and VHF Marine Channel 73. “We try to cover it so that as many people can hear it as possible,” event-organizer Sharon Biddinger said, “It seems like everyone in this community is related to a fisherman or knows a fisherman and it’s really nice to have something on a big level that is still so intimate.” (Photos by Shelby Wolfe)


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