Monthly Archives: July, 2018
As a direct result of the $125,000 gift by CEO Lesley Ogden, MD, and her husband, William Arens, others have stepped forward to make substantial pledges.
Lincoln City Homepage will resume its coverage of Taft High 7-12 following receipt Friday of a letter from the Lincoln County School District.
In today’s modern hospital setting, patients should never wonder whether the medical instruments used in their treatment are clean and sterilized.
The Oregon Liquor Control Commission today approved a rule permitting the agency to revoke the Marijuana Worker Permit of any permittee determined to be deliberately selling marijuana to a minor.
Public health officials from the State of Oregon and the Lincoln County Health Department confirmed a bat tested positive for rabies by the Oregon State Public Health Laboratory.
Lincoln City Homepage's "Best Mexican Restaurant" winner will be awarded a hand-crafted glass taco created by Lincoln City Glass Center.
Oregon Parks and Recreation Department (OPRD) has lifted the ban on campfires and open flames in parks along the coast effective July 25.
There have been a lot of big moves this offseason, and it seems like it's starting to become a trend in today's NBA.
Below, please find the Mexican restaurants that can be found along the seven miles of smiles.
503 Baseball will break out the balls and bats Aug. 18-19 for a fast-paced summer camp.
An open source initiative by major tech companies will allow users to transfer data in and out of participating providers with the Data Transfer Project (DTP).
A bench-clearing physical altercation that erupted following a play at the plate Sunday forced the forfeiture of the championship game by the 503 Baseball Club to the tournament host Mid-Coast Dungies in Newport.
Starting pitcher Armando Fajardo doubled, singled, walked, drove home a run and scored three times for the Breakers, who split a doubleheader Friday in the 11-and-under Northwest Nations tournament.
The Lincoln City Breakers capitalized from productivity throughout their lineup, including hits in both games from Ezra James and Armando Fajardo, for a doubleheader split Friday in the LC Beach Blast baseball tournament at Kirtsis Park.
The unemployment rate for Oregon teens ages 16 to 19 was 9.5 percent in 2017, establishing the lowest unemployment rate since 1978 when comparable records began.
A Lincoln City City Council special meeting was held Wednesday to hear from City Manager Ron Chandler about a revised budget for the building of the new Lincoln City Police Department building.
A special city council meeting has been called to update the Lincoln City Council on the proposed police building and to vote on a new $12.5 million budget.
Lincoln County School District (LCSD) is trying a new system of offering Full-Service registration labs to ensure a smooth enrollment of students this year.
An off duty police officer from Juneau, Alaska observed the NPD officer engaged in a foot pursuit with Mr. Galicia and assisted in taking Mr. Galicia into custody.
Steven Nickell of Salem still can’t believe the ticket he had in his wallet for two weeks was the $150.4 million Powerball jackpot winner.
OnPoint Community Credit Union and the Oregon School Activities Association (OSAA) have announced OnPoint as the new title sponsor for Oregon high school state championships.
Lincoln City citizen Jerry Warner has filed an ethics complaint with the Oregon Government Ethics Commission (OGEC) alleging Lincoln City Public Works Director Lila Bradley violated ORS 244.040 by using her position to gain financial benefit and to influence city administration.