Monthly Archives: September, 2018
Lincoln City Youth League flag football players took to the turf Friday night at Voris Field as halftime entertainment in Taft High's game against Amity.
Over the past decade or so, the NFL has made strides to make the game safer.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office would like to inform the general public of a Federal Communications test scheduled for Wednesday at 11:18 and how it may affect you.
Taft junior Eli DeMello placed fifth for the boys and junior Brooke Orendorff ninth for the girls Thursday in the Conquer the Hill Invitational cross country meet in Sheridan.
The Lincoln County School District hopes to make a splash Wednesday when it unveils its new Teaching and Learning Center.
A Coast Guard aircrew medically evacuated an ill woman off of a cruise ship transiting 55 miles southwest of Newport, Saturday morning.
Lincoln County Emergency Management is urging citizens and businesses to register and participate in the 2018 Great Oregon ShakeOut.
The Lincoln City City Council will hold a special meeting Monday, Oct. 1, to vote on a staff recommendation to add a new signage...
Just when you thought things couldn’t get much tougher for the Taft High football team.
The Taft High volleyball team claimed one set but fell to Warrenton 3-1 Thursday behind a revamped lineup that showed signs of progress as...
The Taft High boys soccer team used goals from Alex Del Valle and William Calderon and shutout goalkeeping for a 2-0 victory Thursday over Salem Academy.
Playing in control from start to finish, the Taft High girls soccer team snapped a six-match winless streak for a 3-0 home league victory over Salem Academy/Crosshill Christian.
Oregon Department of Forestry will execute a controlled natural habitat burn starting at 10 a.m. today at the top of Cascade Head.
Photos by Lonnie French There were winners on both ends of the pitch, in Taft coach Ryan Ulini’s estimation, Wednesday as his Tigers and Delphian...
The Taft High junior varsity football team emerged Monday with a wild 44-40 victory at Amity.The Taft varsity hopes for similar results at 7...
Officer Robert “Bobby” Bomar was sworn in Tuesday as sergeant with the Lincoln City Police Department during a ceremony in the Lincoln City Council Chambers.
OSP is requesting the public’s assistance in obtaining any information from anyone who might have stayed at or passed through Beachside State Park in Waldport from August 10 through August 12.
Taft High freshman Nicole Reyes scored early on an assist from junior Sammy Halferty, and the Tigers overcame an early second-half goal Tuesday to earn a 1-1 home league tie with Amity in girls soccer action.
Oregon faced off against conference rival Stanford in a top-25 college football showdown that undoubtedly left Duck fans frazzled and flapping their feathers.
First-place Willamina stayed undefeated in league play and left host Taft High looking for its first victory of the season Tuesday.
This year's Fire Prevention Week campaign – “Look. Listen. Learn. Be aware. Fire can happen anywhere” –will launch Oct. 7 to Oct. 13.
Housing the homeless became the rallying cry Monday night at the regular session of the Lincoln City Council.
With winter knocking on the door, the Lincoln City Warming Shelter faces a funding crunch and needs your support in order to continue its valuable work.
As if hosting the top-ranked Class 3A football team in the state on Friday isn’t enough, Taft High begins a busy slate of home sports competition Tuesday.
A broken 24-inch pipe was responsible for an estimated 2.1 million gallon sewage spill into Schooner Creek at river mile one.
Hundreds of people gathered Sunday beneath sunny skies in the late morning and afternoon hours at the Lincoln City Cultural Center for the annual Farmers and Crafters Market.