• Antique car enthusiast forms club in Depoe Bay

    DEPOE BAY — While some retirees feel like they’ve been pushed to the side of the road, Larry Ciuffo fuels his golden years with antique cars — the oldest Fords in existence, in fact. “Model T’s keep me going,” said Ciuffo, 76, a retired antique shop ow

  • Accused in fire declared unfit

    NEWPORT —Proceedings have been halted for the Toledo woman accused of starting an August 2016 motel fire that killed four people following a court ruling that the 38-year-old was mentally unfit. Rebecca Joanne Sinclair — who faces four counts apiece of

  • Lives transform in Drug Court

    NEWPORT — May is National Drug Court Month, and in recognition of that designation, a ceremony and celebration was held Wednesday morning, May 24, in the courtroom of Lincoln County Circuit Court Judge Paulette Sanders. Megan Bostwick-Terry is the trea

  • FEMA presents new flood maps

    NEWPORT — Maps displaying individual properties drew the most interest at the flood risk open house at Oregon Coast Community College. Around 40 people attended the meeting hosted by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) on Thursday, May 18.

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Newport sets 28 personal records in Corvallis

CORVALLIS — The Newport swim club competed in the Comfort Suites Corvallis Aquatics Team Long Course Open Friday, May 19 through Sunday, May 21.

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Lincoln County softball eliminated

Toledo High’s whirlwind, division-winning season came to a dramatic finish Wednesday as a fly ball that seemed destined for a home run fell short and into the glove of a Lost River outfielder. The game-ending catch halted Toledo’s 2017 playoff run in a 8-

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Three softball teams prepared for playoffs

LINCOLN COUNTY — Three Lincoln County softball teams will advance to the first round of state playoff games on Wednesday, May 24 following elimination rounds last week.

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Tigers, Cubs make a run at postseason

LINCOLN COUNTY — As the regular season officially closes for Lincoln County’s high school baseball teams, the Newport Cubs and Taft Tigers will each begin a run for the state playoffs this week.

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Hanrahan, Beaudry take state

EUGENE — Newport High School’s track and field teams shrugged off a long, wet spring to put on a strong showing at the 2017 Class 4A State Championships at Hayward Field.

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    Beauty and the Beast comes to Driftwood

    To kick off this year’s Summer Reading Club Family Nights, the Driftwood Public Library in Lincoln City will be hosting a free screening of the 2017 live action Disney movie, “Beauty and the Beast,” starring Emma Watson.

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    Ordination set for June 1

    St. Stephen Episcopal Church in Newport will be the scene of a special event on Thursday, June 1, at 5 p.m. Dr. Gavin Shumate, an obstetrician at Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital for the past six years, as well as a deacon of the Episcopal Church, w

  • Community

    Annual Law Enforcement Recognition Banquet

    Lincoln County District Attorney Michelle Branam hosted the 21st annual Lincoln County Law Enforcement Recognition Banquet on Friday, May 12, at the Best Western Agate Beach Inn in Newport to kick off the weeklong National Police Week.

  • Community

    Author to give talk in Waldport on June 2

    The Friends of the Waldport Library invites the public to an evening of discussion with local author McKibben A. Jackinsky on Friday, June 2. Her book, “Too Close to Home?,” was published in 2016.

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    Bioblitz planned at Cape Perpetua

    The public is invited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Oregon Beach Bill and also enjoy a weekend of citizen science activities aimed at helping local scientists better catalogue and monitor the species of the region. On Friday, May 26, from 4:

  • Business

    Newport Employee of the Year winners announced

    The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce has announced its two Employee of the Year award recipients for 2016-17: Isaac Sterling and Greg Gatewood.

  • Community

    Donation made to school science programs

    On Earth Day last month, 675 scientists and community members marched together in Newport to celebrate the importance of science in people’s lives.

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    Celtic Heritage Alliance announces grant opportunities

    The Celtic Heritage Alliance formed as a charitable nonprofit organization in July 2011 in order to continue its success after organizing the first-ever Celtic Festival & Highland Games on the Oregon coast. Its mission was to promote and preserve Celtic c

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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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