Monthly Archives: January, 2019
A man found pinned under a tractor blade at a logging operation site near Siletz was transported by helicopter to a Salem hospital in critical condition Thursday morning.
Over recent weeks, the Blazers have become the team fans hoped they would become. In a brutally tough Western Conference, they have proven themselves able to compete with the best the NBA has to offer.
Oregon Health Authority officials agree with state audit findings that the Oregon Medical Marijuana Program (OMMP) needs improvements to ensure grow sites comply with reporting requirements.
A routine traffic stop and subsequent high-speed chase through Lincoln City today resulted in a rollover crash, the discovery of a stolen vehicle and the arrest of two people.
Saying his team “went toe-to-toe with a wrestling machine,” the Tigers fell 63-15 to Tillamook, the state’s top-ranked Class 4A team, but experienced a “super fun night.”
A cell phone found in a Newport coffee shop's public bathroom on Monday led to the arrest of a 48-year-old Newport transient on child abuse charges.
Jordan Hall scored a team-high 13 points to help the Taft High boys basketball team snap a three-game losing skid Tuesday night with a 47-33 Coastal Range League home victory over Warrenton.
A red pickup truck crashed into the trees off Schooner Creek Road near Milepost 3.5 at approximately 2 a.m. Tuesday morning leaving a woman trapped behind the steering wheel until rescuers got the call at 7:45 a.m. and arrived to extricate her.
On the surface, Taft High’s Sam Cortes has been a fixture in local swimming circles for nearly a decade now. Dive deeper and you’ll learn much more about the personable teenager who is earning the distinction of being among the school’s most dominating freshmen athletes ever.
Lincoln City Police are looking for a silver Mitsubishi Outlander with New York license plates following a harrowing chase exceeding 85 mph through Lincoln City today.
The Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute Gray Whale vehicle license plate will be available for Oregon passenger vehicles only starting Friday.
Bridge improvements designed to protect and improve three coastal bridges that have deteriorated from salt air in the Lincoln City and Florence areas will...
Competitive eater and YouTuber Max Carnage took home the $100 top prize Sunday in Otis Pizzeria's first-ever Pronto Pup eating contest by consuming 10 1/2 corn dogs.
Taft High senior Joram Hoff won two events, and senior Lydia Prins, junior Hunter Lundstedt and freshman Sam Cortes one each Saturday to lead the Tigers to third-place finishes at the Blanchet Invitational swim meet in Salem.
The first-ever "Lincoln City Comic Con" sprang to life Saturday at the Lincoln City Cultural Center with fantasy, sci-fi and comic book fans dressing up as their favorite fictional characters and vendors selling coveted collectibles.
Taft High won one match and lost another Thursday, but Coach Robb Ellis said his team performed like champions in both competitions in the absence of four top wrestlers and the aftermath of a punishing defeat.
A 32-year-old Neotsu woman suspected of driving under the influence crashed into a tree Friday morning off SE East Devils Lake Road east of...
Willamina handed the Taft High boys and girls basketball teams Coastal Range League home losses Friday.
The Oregon Government Ethics Commission rejected its own investigation’s findings that Lincoln City Homepage was illegally barred from a Lincoln City City Council meeting and dismissed the case on Friday.
The time is approaching for "Super Bowl Sunday." No matter what team you root for, fans don’t let fans drive drunk.
With the NFL's regular season long over, there has been a lot of talk about who should win what award and who shouldn’t. Here is who I believe to be most deserving.
Coast Guard crews in Oregon and Washington have assisted 17 fisherman in five response calls since Sunday.
A routine traffic stop last week in Newport resulted in the discovery of a missing California woman and the arrest of her alleged kidnapper following his apprehension in Toledo by a Lincoln County Sheriff's Office K9 unit.
Saying it has experienced an “upward climb for four years now,” the Lincoln County School District's (LCSD) overall graduation rate rose by more than 4 percent to nearly 82 percent in 2017-18 -- double that of the state average.
At 6-foot-9, Taft High senior Ray Darrington has stared down child neglect, school struggles, bullying -- even racism – but overcoming adversity has rewarded the 18-year-old prep basketball standout with promise for the future, where the sky’s the limit . . .