Monthly Archives: March, 2018
Organizers of the bootleg event have been cited by Lincoln City Police Chief Keith Kilian. Gabe Smith and Adam Wagner are required to appear in Lincoln City Municipal Court on April 12th at 9:00 am.
Caleb King collected four hits and Josh Salsbery and Tyee Fisher three each Saturday to lead a 17-hit attack and power Taft High to a 15-12 victory over the host Buffalos in the Madras Baseball Tournament.
Taft High’s spring break softball tournament proved to be no break at all as the Lady Tigers took on five bigger out-of-state schools in preparation for Class 3A West Valley League play
Senior Caleb King drove home five runs, while junior starter Kam Kessler and sophomore reliever Eli DeMello combined to limit Tillamook to four hits Friday for an 8-2 victory in the Madras Spring Break Baseball Tournament.
Taft High’s only hit in the opening game and sophomore catcher Hailee Dannecker collected both hits in the second as the Lady Tigers fell twice to California schools Friday at the Napa Spring Break Softball Tournament.
National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week will be celebrated by the Lincoln City Police Department the second week of April (8-14).
Deadline for participation in Lincoln City Parks & Recreation Department’s new outdoor spring soccer league is Saturday, April 7.
Russ Baldwin, attorney, who is running for Circuit Judge, Pos. 3, has a passion for fairness and for justice under the law for all of us regular people.
Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital and DaVita Inc. have entered into a joint venture to provide dialysis services in Lincoln City. The dialysis center is anticipated to open later this summer in an existing medical building located west of the hospital campus.
Host La Pine High scored four times in the bottom of the sixth inning Tuesday to break a 4-4 tie and hand the No. 1-ranked Taft High baseball team its first loss of the season, 8-5.
Many parents are trying to live the dream through their sons and daughters – the dream of landing a college athletic scholarship by specializing in a sport year round
Eighteen-year-old Taft High senior Collin Kisor, and 16-year-old junior schoolmate Nathan Kay, will rev up their engines in Centerville, Wash., and represent Lincoln City in motocross competition at Eddieville Motorsports Park.
Freshman shortstop Claira Tolan went 4-for-4, drove in two runs and scored twice Friday as the No. 1-ranked Taft High softball team braved frigid temperatures and occasional rain to rally for a 9-8 home win over North Bend.
The Taft High boys and girls placed second Thursday to host Amity in the West Valley League Icebreaker track and field meet.
Taft High senior golfer Maya Hatton will take her game to the College of Idaho, a small private liberal arts college in Caldwell.
Allison Pyrch, President of the Oregon Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), recently announced a new date for an informative event to alert the public to seismic risks and vulnerabilities in Oregon: Monday May 7th, 2018 - 6:30pm - 8:45pm
Longtime award-winning sportswriter Jim Fossum has returned to covering Lincoln City-area high school and community sports as Sports Editor of LincolnCityHomepage.com.
The Lincoln City Taft Tigers Varsity Baseball Club extend their winning streak to six games and remain in first place with a command performance from pitcher Jack Stempel and a 28 run hit parade.
The Taft team was the only team to field a team score, having 4 players post an 18 hole score. Maya Hatton tied for first, shooting an 83. Violet Palermini, Olivia baker, and Sammy Halferty rounded out the final three varsity scores.
In wake of the recent rescue from God’s Thumb, the City of Lincoln City reminds the public to be aware of potential dangers when hiking areas in Lincoln City.
LINCOLN CITY – Attention magic lovers, juggle maniacs, bubble aficionados and spring break families looking for weatherproof fun: we’ve got you covered at the...
CIRCUIT JUDGE RACE: Lincoln County, ORRussell L. Baldwin is running for circuit court judge in the May 15, 2018 primary election. The primary race...