Follow Us


Newport picks up fourth straight win

NEWPORT — The Newport baseball team picked up their fourth straight win with a 14-4 victory on the road against Yamhill-Carlton on Wednesday, April 26.

40     0

Boomers hold off Braves

NEWPORT — The Class 2A/1A District 5 leading Toledo softball team found themselves in a fight against Reedsport over the course of a rainy home game on Tuesday, April 25.

33     0

Cubs dropped to second in league standings

NEWPORT — The Newport softball team’s stint atop the Oregon West Conference standings lasted just two days, as the Cubs surrendered the division lead back to Yamhill-Carlton after a 5-4 extra-inning loss on Wednesday, April 26.

32     0

Baseball Roundup

LINCOLN COUNTY — Newport, Taft and Waldport battled league foes on the diamond.

58     0

Cubs claim first place

NEWPORT — The defending Class 4A Oregon West Conference softball champions, Newport, took a big step toward defending their league crown, and did so in dramatic fashion.

56     0

Additional Articles

  • Opinion

    City council violated public meetings law

    A Lincoln City man is claiming the Lincoln City City Council met in an illegal meeting this month when five of the seven members showed up in the audience at a public meeting. We agree with his assessment.

  • Community

    Kidney transplant a success

    Newport resident Craig Walton-MacDougall (right) recently traveled to Phoenix, Ariz., where his daughter, Grace Waluck (center), received a kidney transplant on Tuesday, April 25. Walton-MacDougall reported on Tuesday afternoon that the surgeon described

  • Community

    ‘Photograph 51’ reading planned

    The public is invited to a free reading of excerpts from the award-winning play, “Photograph 51,” by Anna Ziegler, on Wednesday, May 3, at 6:30 p.m. at the Center for Health Education, 740 SW Ninth St., Newport.

  • Community

    Coastal Gems plan walk in Florence

    At long last spring seems to be coming to the Oregon coast, and the Coastal Gems volkswalk group invites people to join them on Tuesday, May 2, as they walk the Three Lakes YRE near Florence.

  • Community

    Teacher Appreciation Week proclaimed

    The Lincoln County School District Board of Directors has proclaimed the week of May 1-5 as Teacher Appreciation Week, a time to honor and acknowledge the role local educators play to ensure that every student receives a quality education.

  • Community

    Pints for Pups fundraiser at Rogue

    NEWPORT — Imagine Peace for Pups will hold a fundraising and adoption event at 2 p.m. on Saturday, April 29, at the Rogue Ales Bayfront Public House, located at 748 SW Bay Blvd. in Newport.

  • Sports

    Taft gets win over Spartans

    SHERIDAN — After falling to Class 3A West Valley League’s first-place team, Dayton, on Friday, April 21, the Taft softball team bounced back with a 19-1 rout of Sheridan.

  • Sports

    Stockton throws no-hitter against Sheridan

    SHERIDAN — Taft senior Chris Stockton had a game for the Tigers’ history books, tossing a no-hitter over five innings of work against Sheridan on Wednesday, April 26.

Video News

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.

Speciality Publications