• D River Advisory lifted

    LINCOLN CITY — The Oregon Health Authority has lifted a recreational use health advisory for contact with marine water at D River Beach, located in Lincoln County. The health authority issued the advisory September 11 after water samples showed higher-than-normal levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters.

  • Column: The Good and the Bad

    I am not going to to do it. I will not, no matter how much you ask, use this Good and Bad column to toot my own horn on my picks last week. I just won’t do it. I’m not going to waste this precious column space explaining how I went a perfect six for six on my high school picks and that my Lock of the Week built a 50-point lead before subbing in the second strings last week. It’s not happening, folks.

  • Lincoln County heading into another election season

    The candidate list is out for local offices up for election this November.

  • Don't forget about the pets

    Getting Fido or Fluffy ready for the Cascadia earthquake and tsunami is just as important as getting yourself ready for The Big One, county officials say.

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Eddyville wins for first time since ‘09

TRIANGLE LAKE — For the first time since 2009, the Eddyville Charter was victorious on the gridiron with a 52-21 victory over Triangle Lake on Friday, Sept. 14. In its first season back after a nine-year hiatus, the Eagles bounced back from a first-week loss 74-point loss to knock off the Lakers

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Cubs overwhelm Vikings

A trap was looming, and the Newport football team was well aware of it. The Cubs were coming off a big win, a redemption win over a Phoenix team that had knocked them out of the playoffs last season. There was a fear amongst the team of falling into a trap in the non-conference finale against Siuslaw Vikings. “Everyone was actually more nervous for this game than the Phoenix game, surprisingly,” said senior running back/linebacker Tanner Stottlemyre. “Maybe because they were the underdogs, but once we got out there we knew we were going to win.

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Boomers block Bobcats

TOLEDO — The Toledo volleyball team entered their Sunset Conference schedule riding a three-game winning streak. But the excitement entering the game wasn’t so much about getting the fourth straight win as much as it was starting league play on the right foot. “All day today we were like ‘it’s gameday, it’s gameday,’” said junior Kaycie Otis. “And we just came out on the floor and kicked butt.” The Boomers accomplished their goal of starting league play off on the right foot, handing Myrtle Point 3-0 defeat in straight sets.

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A win for the record books

Mark it down. At 5:38 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 12, something that has never happened in Waldport finally happened. With a 4-2 win over the Corvallis freshman team, the Irish earned its first soccer victory in school history. “It feels great, kids are loving it,” said head coach Dutch Fortmeyer. “I loved having the crowd behind us, it really pumped the kids up. They are starting to put things together, they are communicating, they’re lifting their heads and looking around, making the passes they need to make. They are starting to figure it out. I like it.” Against the Spartans, Fortmeyer kept the ball in the attacking third for the majority of the match. Fortmeyer noticed that the players did a better job with their spacing and being more aggressive without the ball, something they have been working on in practice.

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Students compete in mountain biking

NEWPORT — History was made on Sunday, Sept. 9, not only in Newport but in the state of Oregon. The Interscholastic Cycling League, a brand new cycling league to the Beaver State held its first inaugural race ever — and Newport was the chosen destination. “It was an unbelievable even for Newport,” said Bike Newport owner and event director Daniella Crowder.

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    Feeding ban is overdue

    I know I’m not alone in having a story about a nasty encounter between a pet and a wild animal within Newport city limits.

  • Sports

    Round Up: Boomers win streak hits 5

    TOLEDO — Don’t look now, but the Toledo volleyball team now has as many wins as they did all of last season, and there are still 11 games remaining on the schedule. With seven wins, five in a row, the Boomers are off to a solid 2-0 start to league play — halfway to last season’s mark of four Sunset Conference victories. The Boomers most recent victim was Bandon, which the Boomers beat in straight sets 25-16, 25-18 and 25-22. The Boomers will host Gold Beach on Thursday, Sept. 18 before hosting rival Waldport on Monday, Sept. 24.

  • Community

    Cetacean Society to meet in Newport

    The Oregon Chapter of the American Cetacean Society is having its monthly meeting at 10 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 22, at the Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye St. The event is free and open to the public. The presentation topic will be “Sharing the Science: What 2,500 Whale Watchers are doing for Research,” by guest speaker Ted Cheeseman.

  • Community

    Crisis in child care is focus of presentation

    Quality, dependable and affordable child care is not only needed for a healthy community, it is also a critical building block for a stable workforce. The Central Oregon Coast Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW) is presenting a panel and community discussion concerning the “Crisis in Child Care in Lincoln County” on Tuesday, Sept. 25, at 6 p.m. at the McEntee Meeting Room at the Newport Public Library, 35 NW Nye St.

  • Community

    Trip planned to Fall Art Festival

    On Saturday, Sept. 22, Corvallis will be hosting the 45th annual Fall Art Festival, featuring 160-plus artist vendors, more than a dozen food carts, and tasting tables for local wine, beer and spirits. Also, there are two stages with live music all day for everyone to enjoy. The Newport 60+ Activity Center is sponsoring a trip to the festival, leaving Newport at 9 a.m. and returning around 5 p.m. The cost for this trip is $10.

  • Community

    Nominations sought for Community Champions Awards

    Seashore Family Literacy in Waldport has opened nominations for its 2018 Community Champions Awards. The deadline for submitting a name for consideration is noon on Oct. 15. Seashore Family Literacy Center is asking: • Who do you know that serves others with commitment, kindness and integrity? • Who do you know that uses joy, knowledge, wisdom, beauty, safety and/or warmth to strengthen our South Lincoln community?

  • Community

    Balance enhancement training offered

    A series of classes called Balance Enhancement Training (B.E.T.) is being offered at the Newport Recreation Center, taught by Brenda Luntzel, fitness specialist. Falling is a big problem for older adults. The Centers for Disease Control says that every year, one out of four Americans aged 65 and older falls, and more than 2.8 million fall-related injuries are treated in emergency departments. Among those, 800,000 patients will be hospitalized and more than 27,000 will die. One out of five falls causes a serious injury, such as broken bones or head trauma, and more than 95 percent of hip fractures are caused by falls. Also, falls are the most common cause of traumatic brain injury.

  • Business

    Leadership Lincoln taking hiatus for 2018-19

    The Greater Newport Chamber of Commerce has chosen to take a hiatus from its Leadership Lincoln program, which has been held annually for the last 26 years. The program usually graduates 25-30 students each spring. The newly revamped program is scheduled to begin in September of 2019.

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2018 Fleet of Flowers

Around 2,000 people came together for the Fleet of Flowers ceremony in Depoe Bay on Monday, May 28. Boats bedecked in wreaths commemorated lives lost at sea.


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