Monthly Archives: December, 2018
The Taft High boys basketball team fell to No.-1 ranked and undefeated Toledo 85-50 in Saturday's championship game of the Taft Kiwanis Holiday Tournament.
Pizza Crash - 4:24 p.m. - Papa Murphy's, 2401 NW Highway 101 - Vehicle crashed into Papa Murphy's window. Driver cleared by medics. Vehicle towed at driver's request. Driver cited for failure to carry and present, no proof of insurance and operation of an unsafe vehicle.
The Taft High boys basketball team used its first home-court appearance of the season Friday to advance to the title game of its own Kiwanis Holiday Tournament with a 78-57 victory over Waldport.
Aaron Longo has resigned as Taft High 7-12 assistant principal and athletic director, Principal Nick Lupo confirmed early Friday.
The Taft High girls varsity basketball team fell to Oakridge 45-37 Thursday night in the Taft Kiwanis Holiday Tournament despite double-digit scoring from Claira Tolan and Autumn Ellis.
Son of retired longtime Taft High teachers Jack and Kristin Wilkinson, the 27-year-old “Johnny Wilk,” as he is best known by his friends, was born in Lincoln City on Sept. 25, 1991, and lived here his entire life until he left to spend four years in the Navy.
Oregon State Hospital patient Kelsy Mankin has been located in Corvallis.
The latest warnings from the National Weather Service in Portland on high winds, high surf and flooding.
Taft High senior Cody Knott avenged a week-old defeat to a Scio wrestler Saturday in the 160-pound class to earn recognition as outstanding participant in a meet at Nestucca.
At its Nov. 26 meeting, Lincoln City Council issued an emergency declaration, allowing our group, the Lincoln City Warming Shelter, Inc., to operate a severe-weather shelter from Taft Hall through March 31, 2019.
The Taft High boys 200- and 400-yard breaststroke teams led the way with victories Thursday at the Rhonda Relays, a non-scoring swim meet in Philomath.
The National Weather Service in Portland has updated its high surf advisory and issued a high wind and flooding warnings for Lincoln City.
Winter officially begins in another week or so, but the time to start driving with extra caution is now.
Secretary of State Dennis Richardson recorded a video to update Oregonians of the status of his cancer treatment.
The Class 3A Tigers (2-2), who fell 50-34 Wednesday to the 10th-rated -Cheesemakers (6-1) of the 4A Cowapa Conference, will host No. 1-ranked and unbeaten Warrenton at 6 p.m. Monday, Dec. 17, in their debut in the newly formed Coastal Range League.
The National Weather Service in Portland has issued a high surf advisory for the coast due to a strong series of storms crossing the northeast Pacific.
The Lincoln County School District is seeking a Lincoln City-area resident to consider fiscal issues and spending that affect North County schools as a Budget Committee member.
Taft High senior Ana Ortiz, a first-team all-league girls soccer player, has been recognized as an honorable mention member of the Class 3A/2A/1A All-State team.