Monday, March 30, 2020
Lil Sambo's has been a coastal landmark since the 50s and recently closed along with myriad other restaurants due to COVID-19, but restaurateur Cary Moore has built a drive-up window to bring pancakes and bacon to the sheltered masses.

Signs of the Times with COVID-19

The other day I was sitting at my kitchen table working on my computer in my pajama pants, t-shirt and slippers, sipping on a cup of coffee. I hadn't shaved in a week. Self-quarantining isn’t so bad! 

VIDEO: Oregon reports 1 COVID-19 death, 98 new cases

COVID-19 has claimed one more life in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 12, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today.

SNAP benefits authorized for Amazon and Walmart groceries

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) beneficiaries can now use their EBT cards to purchase groceries from online retailers Amazon and Walmart due to a rapid adoption after a pilot program and COVID-19.

Editor's Pick

Information on COVID-19 for Oregon and how to help

The Oregon Office of Emergency Management has a website where Oregonians can donate supplies, volunteer and get real time information about COVID-19.

City Hall

City Hall, parks and open spaces closing to the public Monday

Lincoln City City Hall will not be open to the public Monday, March 23 and neither will city parks, open spaces or bathrooms.

Lincoln City urges citizens to flush toilet paper only

The City of Lincoln City has issued guidance for those sheltering in place due to coronavirus concerns: "Do not flush anything but toilet paper down your toilet."

Lincoln City declares state of emergency over COVID-19

The City of Lincoln City declared a state of emergency due to the COVID-19 pandemic Monday after an emergency city council meeting and subsequent unanimous vote.

New Lincoln City park named ‘Ours’

The Lincoln City City Council voted to name a new park located at SE 3rd Street and Keel Avenue "Nesika Park" at Monday's meeting at City Hall.