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  • No rate increase this year

    TOLEDO — For now, Dahl Disposal Service will be able to keep its rates as they are.

  • Busing delayed for coast's unconnected south stretch

    YACHATS – Bus riders hoping to travel south of Yachats will have to wait. Originally scheduled to begin July 1, a pilot bus service project connecting Yachats to Florence has been delayed a few months.

  • Newport 'shoots for the stars' with community vision

    NEWPORT – In the next step for Vision 2040, the city released a draft vision for community feedback. The Vision 2040 project seeks to create a framework for the future of Newport based on community-identified strengths, challenges, goals and strategies

  • Decision on projection height delayed amid protest

    YACHATS – After some community pushback, the city planning commission delayed implementing new restrictions on the height of building projections. Currently, Yachats’ municipal code does not regulate the maximum size of projections like chimneys, spire

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Dungies drop third straight

NEWPORT — The Mid-Coast Dungies dropped their third straight game after getting swept by the Mid-Valley Southpaws in Monday’s doubleheader at Frank Wade Ballpark.

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Newport United defends 6 v 6 Tourney crown

For the second straight year, Newport United walked away from the Festival of Balloons 6v6 Tournament victorious.

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Cubs remain perfect

The Newport girls basketball team remained undefeated in summer league play with a resounding 62-33 victory over Mt. View High School.

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New field inches closer

NEWPORT — The 140,000 square-foot turf field at Newport Middle School is on track to be completed by the first practice week for fall sports on Aug. 14.

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Bringing home the hardware

In the final inning, the Siletz, Eddyville and Toledo All-Stars (S.E.T) baseball team trailed the Siuslaw All-Stars by 12 runs.

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    Patrick-Joling named Realtor of the Year

    The Lincoln County Board of Realtors recently announced that Patricia Patrick-Joling, of Dolphin Real Estate in Newport, is this year’s recipient of the Realtor of the Year award.

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    Newport Elks receive grant

    The heart of any home is its kitchen and the Newport Elks kitchen is no exception. On May 5, the Newport Elks, represented by Exalted Ruler Dave Teem Jr., accepted a $10,266 donation from the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund to upgrade their agi

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    DAR awards scholarships

    The Yaquina Chapter, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution recently awarded scholarships to several local students.

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    Samaritan among nation's top-performing hospitals

    Samaritan Health Services, which includes Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital in Newport and Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital in Lincoln City, was recently ranked among the nation’s top-performing health systems based on an independent analysis of publ

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    Organizer for Oregon Wild will give talk

    Jason Gonzales, forest and watershed campaign organizer for Oregon Wild, will be speaking at the Tuesday, June 27, meeting of the Central Oregon Coast Chapter of the National Organization for Women (NOW), to be held at 6 p.m. at the Central Lincoln PUD me

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    Coastal attraction is coming back to life

    Summer time memories of the Oregon coast bring smiles to many faces. For many who visited Lincoln City, it was the famous Pixie Kitchen that brought miles of smiles to a generation of faces. And for two days, on June 24 and 25, this beloved attraction com

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    Watching fireworks from the Maritime Center

    On Tuesday, July 4, beginning at 8 p.m., the Lincoln County Historical Society invites all to an Independence Day Celebration at the Pacific Maritime Heritage Center. This event, first held in 2013, has become a local favorite.

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    Volunteers needed to help with potting event

    A group of volunteers from MCWC will be going to NORP in Tillamook on Friday, June 23, to help with a potting event. The local group will meet at the MCWC offices (23 N Coast Highway in Newport, next door to JC Market) at 7 a.m. Friday to carpool to the e

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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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