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  • Street caves in after waterline bursts

    TOLEDO – A significant leak in the water supply mainline caused a large hole on SE Fir Street, and resulted in homes without water and detours for morning commuters.

  • Gleneden blaze destroys home

    GLENEDEN BEACH — Firefighters were able to extinguish a structure fire on Sunday, July 23 within just a few minutes of receiving the call, but they weren’t able to save the home of a Gleneden Beach couple — it was a total loss, according to a spokesperson

  • New councilmember sought after disgruntled resignation

    TOLEDO – Applications for a city councilor are now being considered after resignation of councilor Jerry Seth.

  • Substantial bridge repairs to rattle city

    LINCOLN CITY— Loud and dusty repair work on two failing highway bridges will rattle areas near the work zones — restaurants, hotels and homes — with the sound of chippers, jackhammers and generators for up to a year or more beginning in the summer of 2018

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U-11 Central Coast select team makes a comeback

LAKE OSWEGO — Creating an all-star youth soccer team has been in the works for four years. When the Central Coast Soccer Association U-11 team plays in the Nike Oswego Cup this weekend, that dream will officially become a reality. Made up of players ag

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Golf tournament brings fireworks

WALDPORT — Crestview Golf Club is hosting a four-person scramble sponsored by the Waldport Chamber of Commerce on Saturday, July 29 starting at 9 a.m. For over a decade, proceeds from the scramble have benefited South Lincoln Resources, which provides

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Short-handed Newport falls in Soccer Shootout

NEWPORT — The Newport boys soccer team’s quest for a fourth straight Soccer Shootout championship came to an abrupt end with a 4-2 loss in the quarterfinals to Jerome High School Friday, July 21 at Morrow Field. The reigning 4A state champions, the Cub

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A team of one

Ryan Jacobsen was all smiles when he crossed the finish line at Rogue Brewery in the Barrel-to-Keg Relay. More than 70 teams made up of two to seven runners raced the 69-mile course starting at Harris Bridge Vineyards outside of Philomath to South Beac

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Newport can’t finish in Shootout opener

The final score may have resulted in a 1-1 tie between the defending state champions Newport Cubs and the Jerome Tigers in the opening game of the Newport Soccer Shootout, but according to head coach Ollie Richardson, the score could have been in the doub

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    Editorial: The importance of being outspoken

    Several of Lincoln County’s top leadership positions are in the midst of a turnover.

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    Vendors prepare for eclipse crowds

    NEWPORT – If you have not heard, a solar eclipse is occurring across the United States on Monday, August 21st. A solar eclipse happens when the moon crosses between the earth and the sun. Lincoln County is in the path of totality, which means the sun wil

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    Beach, Bacon and Brewfest winners announced

    The third annual Beach, Bacon and Brewfest was held Saturday, July 15, at Chinook Winds Casino Resort in Lincoln City. Sunnyvalley Bacon was the exclusive bacon sponsor the event, which included more than 20 Breweries and a number of charity cooking teams

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    Summer Whale Watch coming

    The Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society is hosting its sixth annual Summer Whale Watch Weekend on July 29 and 30 at Boiler Bay State Park in Depoe Bay. ACS volunteer members and certified naturalists will be on hand from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. e

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    Event to help prepare student athletes

    Get your student athlete ready to compete with low-cost physicals, free seminars and information booths at the Preparing Teen Athletes conference, Saturday, Aug. 5, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital and the Center for Health

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    'Moon Shadow' show winners announced

    The Artists' Studio Association annual members art show, this year with the theme “Moon Shadow,” opened July 14 at the ASA Gallery, located in the Artists' Co-op Gallery building at 620 NE Highway 101 in Lincoln City. Visitors will have the opportunity to

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    Celebrate 100 years of NOAA Corps

    The Port of Newport invites the public to celebrate a century of service with a special evening at the NOAA Marine Operations Center-Pacific in Newport on Saturday, Aug. 12, with the “Wild Seafood Night to Remember.” From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. will be a ticket

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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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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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