• City promotes storefront improvements with small loans

    WALDPORT – Businesses downtown can now improve their storefronts with assistance from the city. The city council, acting as the urban renewal agency, unanimously approved a commercial improvement program at its meeting Thursday, July 13.

  • U.S. Congress confirms original tribal boundaries

    LINCOLN CITY — Through a new edict passed by the U.S. Congress, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians has reclaimed the original boundaries of its once-sprawling Coast Reservation.

  • Community raising funds for local firefighter

    TOLEDO – When a firefighter goes down, those he protected raise up to support him. Toledo fire personnel Tony Monroe has been stricken with non-Hodgkins lymphoma cancer, and the community, via Muggly’s Bowling Alley, is fighting for him.

  • State pledges funds to strengthen workforce

    NEWPORT – To meet workforce and student needs, the state has committed $8,140,000 to the Oregon Coast Community College’s to-be-designed-and-built Workforce Education and Resiliency Center (WERC).

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Newport soccer ready for tournament

NEWPORT — The defending 4A State Champion Newport boys soccer team will get its first chance this summer to compete against teams in an 11v11 tournament in the Newport Soccer Shootout. Teams from Corvallis, Seaside, Epuerto and Jerome, Idaho will play

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“Jordan is the heart of our team”

One Lincoln County athlete stood out amongst all the others from the state of Oregon in terms of athletic accomplishments and competitive spirit. His name is Jordan Allen, and for the past 13 years he has been competing year-round for the Special Olymp

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Dungies end losing streak, split doubleheader

NEWPORT — A walk-off double ended the Mid-Coast Dungies’ four-game losing streak with a 7-6 victory over the Withnell Dodgers the afternoon of July 12. However, the winning streak would only last a couple of hours. The Dungies would lose the second of

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Three Newport swimmers to compete against state’s best

Three Newport swimmers will race this weekend at the OSI 10 and Under State Championships in Beaverton. Lucy Reinhart, Ben Hurtly and Robert Lamerdin from the Newport Swim Team all received state-qualifying times and will race against 350 of Oregon’s b

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Cubs run out of gas against La Pine

LINCOLN CITY — For the second straight year, the Newport Major League All-Stars found themselves in the championship game against the all-stars from La Pine in the Lincoln City Summer Classic. And for the second straight year, La Pine got the best of N

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    Hatfield Marine Science Center seeking volunteers

    Looking to get your feet wet in the fascinating world of marine science? Consider becoming a volunteer and engage with visitors from around the world as they explore hands-on exhibits highlighting cutting-edge marine research and the natural wonders of th

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    Telling stories at cultural center

    Join Doug Force as he shares the wit and wisdom associated with the Zen Buddhist tradition of storytelling for a one-hour session at 2 p.m. on Sunday, July 23, at the Lincoln City Cultural Center, 540 NE Highway 101.

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    Danger of fires prompts action

    Due to rising fire danger, the Oregon Department of Forestry on July 17 increased restrictions on many activities on private and public forestland the agency protects in its West Oregon District. The restrictions include Bureau of Land Management lands OD

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    Festival set at St. Augustine

    St. Augustine Catholic Church in Lincoln City will host its third annual “Raise the Roof Fun Festival” from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Saturday, July 22. The family festival will be held on church grounds at 1139 NW Highway 101.

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    Seniors plan fun in the sun

    The adventure van from the Newport 60+ Activity Center will be back on the road on Saturday, July 22, heading south to Sandland Adventures Family Fun Center in Florence.

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    Digeridoos, Native American flutes featured at Cafe Mundo

    Well-known Seattle didgeridoo master Pamela Mortensen will be the featured guest artist at this month’s edition of Newport’s annual summer-long Nye Beach Summer Celebration, set for Saturday, July 15, from noon to 3 p.m. on the outdoor stage at Café Mundo

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    'The People of the Whale' now showing at VAC

    The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts presents “The People of the Whale” from July 7-29 in the Media Room at the Newport Visual Arts Center. The documentary film tracks the unprecedented change facing the Inupiaq people of the uppermost part of Alaska

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Siletz Bay Trail

A new trail that meanders along ancient dykes to a watershed teeming with wildlife and trophy-sized fish has opened at the Siletz Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

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