Monthly Archives: October, 2018
Thirty-four years ago this month -- with Halloween looming -- local mortician Dale Patrick Omsberg became the subject of the most expansive criminal investigation in Lincoln County history.
Gerber Tire Owner Perry Gerber awoke around 4 a.m. Wednesday to see his company's truck ablaze outside of his Nelscott home probably due to an electrical short.
Coach Ryan Ulicni's squad had greater obstacles to overcome in facing the defending State champions Tuesday.
All loads of remodel, demolition or RV materials hauled to Lincoln County transfer stations will now require asbestos paperwork before any material will be accepted if built prior to Jan. 1, 2004.
Becky and Steve Jaussen never expected to be calling 9-1-1 so soon after celebrating their one-year anniversary in their dream house in Lincoln City early Sunday morning.
A Vancouver, Wash., man was taken into custody early Sunday on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants (DUII) and reckless driving after crashing into a house at 1420 NW 21st Street in Lincoln City.
Beach Baby Resale, and Beach Babes Women's Resale, were allegedly burglarized early Friday morning with the suspect stealing lingerie, jewelry and cash.
Oregon School and District Report Cards for the last school year (2017-18) were released to the public this week.
Fall is in the air and Halloween is coming!
Lincoln County Jail deputies discovered an inmate's deceased body Thursday night during a routine inmate welfare check just 50 minutes after completing a previous inspection.
Lincoln County School District family survey.
A rare total burn ban for all of August and September and most of October will be lifted Friday for Lincoln County.
A shade under 3,000 Oregonians join the two women who went through the intensive two- to three-month course that covers everything from soils to disease diagnosis.
There’s no question the Giants need a quarterback. Eli Manning has been on his last leg for a few years now, and this year seems to be his worst.
On October 15 the Oregon Health Policy Board (OHPB) voted to approve a comprehensive set of policies that will improve the health of Oregon Health Plan
If that experience was positive and transparent, I would agree; however, having worked alongside both Dick Anderson and Susan Wahlke for a number of years I can say without reservation that I endorse David Dahle for mayor.
Awareness about charity scams helps ensure that donors’ hard-earned money goes to the worthy causes they seek to support.
Dr. Karen Gray has been instrumental in growing school counselors in Lincoln County.
The homeless could soon find themselves lounging in the living rooms of willing private homeowners’ houses or in one of many public facilities under consideration as temporary emergency warming shelters following an unusual reversal of fortunes.
Vacation rental dwelling (VRD) owners will still be required to post large exterior signs and place illuminated house address numbers on their properties following a deadlocked vote Monday by the Lincoln City City Council on a proposed amendment to a municipal ordinance.
BSA Troop 47 from Lincoln City is hosting the “Scouting for Food” food drive to benefit the local “Backpack Buddies” program for local schools.
Operating on the presumption that all individuals are innocent until proven guilty, the “Lincoln County Pretrial Justice Program” has been established to assist defendants and manage the inmate population prior to trial.
Several candidates seeking support for the offices of Lincoln County mayor, commissioner and treasurer drew a large turnout Sunday for a public political forum at Chinook Winds Casino Resort.
The Lincoln County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's assistance regarding an intentional unoccupied vehicle fire in Waldport.
Tonight's show features missing 13-year-old Jayme Closs, proposed vacation rental dwelling ordinance change, Lincoln City design standards poll, teen drivers, new Newport police non-emergency number, La Roca's Glass Taco and more.
With the threat of burglary in mind, vacation rental dwellings (VRDs) may no longer be required to post large signs and illuminated house numbers after an amended ordinance is heard Monday at the regular meeting of the Lincoln City City Council.