Monthly Archives: November, 2018
The Taft High basketball teams split their season-opening games on the first night of the Westside Christian Tournament in Tigard on Friday night, with the girls defeating the Eagles 38-19 and the boys falling, 48-46.
Detective James Burke has been promoted to Lincoln City Police Department detective.
Winter is a time we should pay close attention to the safety of our pets. Here are some safety tips to follow.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office offers the following shopping safety tips as the holiday season is fast approaching.
Applications for the North Lincoln Fire & Rescue and Eagles Food and Toy Drive are available at the two local fire stations and the Eagles Lodge.
Vowing that “basketball will matter at Taft.” new boys coach Andy Morgan hopes to revamp a program that has rarely experienced winning when it counts.
The Lincoln County Veteran Services Office has updated its hours of operation in both Newport and Lincoln City.
Seventh and eighth graders will join third through sixth graders in competition for the 2019-20 season in the Lincoln City Youth Cheerleading's Recreation Division competition throughout Oregon.
Samaritan Health Services, providing care to residents of Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties, has been named a champion of Mental Health First Aid by the National Council for Behavioral Health.
Taft High 7-12 sophomore JJ French and senior Maleah Smith were honored Wednesday by the Lincoln City Rotary Club as Students of the Month at the Salishan Spa & Golf Resort.
The City of Lincoln City invites the public to a meet and greet with the finalists for the Planning and Community Development Director position tonight at 6-8 p.m. at City Hall in the council chambers.
North Lincoln Fire and Rescue and Pacific Power responded at approximately 12:45 a.m Tuesday to news that high winds had blown a tree down onto the roof of a home at 2095 NE Tide Ave. in Lincoln City.
Taft Hall will serve as an overnight warming shelter through the end of March after the City was empowered with emergency declaration approval, granting the owners' request at Monday’s regular session of the Lincoln City City Council.
David Lon Humphrey, a former Lincoln City City Council member and longtime Lincoln County School District teacher, died on Thanksgiving Day at the Eastern Oregon Correctional Institution in Pendleton. He was 66.
Lincoln City Homepage is proud to announce that bidding is open on the sale of title sponsorship of advertising space for publication of the Taft High 7-12 winter sports schedule, with all proceeds benefiting the Taft Booster Club.
Eighteen months of diligence involving a massive volume of input gathered through numerous events, meetings, surveys and social media could reshape the future on the Central Oregon Coast when the “Imagine Lincoln City Community Vision” plan is reviewed Monday by the Lincoln City City Council.
Taft Hall is likely to resume its role as a warming shelter in severe-weather situations at the request of its owners if a recommendation to enable the City to move forward with an emergency declaration is granted at Monday’s regular session of the Lincoln City City Council.
As a longtime fan of sports media, it’s always nice when its members humble themselves and admit when they are wrong when they boast about when they are right. To stray from being a hypocrite, here are some of the times I’ve been wrong -- and right . . .
Blake Lee Blakely was arrested Saturday by Lincoln City Police on 27 counts of telephonic harassment.
David James Caskey set multiple "low-risk" fires in Newport Friday according to charges filed by the Newport Police Department.
A couple was arrested on multiple identity theft related charges after a traffic stop initiated by Toledo Police Officer Michael Henderson Saturday.
Never has any permitting authority ever issued two permits for the same venue in the same season to different organizations.