Monthly Archives: February, 2019
It’s print media vs. radio waves as Family Promise of Lincoln County announces its next Celebrity Server event featuring Roger Robertson of KBCH-AM (1400) and Patrick Alexander of Oregon Coast Today.
Annual National Consumer Protection Week (NCPW), designed to encourage individuals and businesses to learn about their consumer rights and how to keep themselves secure, is set March 3–9.
After paying his debt to society, former Lincoln County Jail inmate Pedro Romero-Galicia has mended his life and been rewarded for his domestic skills with a certificate of appreciation from Sheriff Curtis Landers.
The Lincoln City Emergency Warming Shelter is open tonight through Monday and possibly beyond due to a cold snap that has hit the Central Oregon Coast.
The Oregon Senate has confirmed Gov. Kate Brown’s appointment of Steve Strode as Real Estate Commissioner. Strode officially started his duties Feb. 25.
The Oregon Department of Revenue is providing relief for some taxpayers by waiving underpayment interest for taxpayers whose 2018 Oregon withholding and estimated tax payments were impacted by the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.
The community is invited to enjoy a free performance of Teatro Milagro's "¡Corre! ¡Corre! A Race Against Time," at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 12, at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
Kids of all ages are invited to "Story Time at the Museum" with storyteller Doug Force from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, March 16, at the North Lincoln County Historical Museum.
The Lincoln City Parks & Recreation Department's 11th annual Half-Marathon & 10K is scheduled to start at 9 a.m. Sunday, March 3, at Taft High 7-12.
The NFL Scouting Combine is here, and more than 300 pro hopefuls will gather this weekend in Indianapolis in anticipation of the April 25 draft. Here is a list of the top 10 prospects with the best chance for NFL success.
Lincoln City Mayor Dick Anderson spoke before a crowd of local business owners, managers and city officials for his State of the City address at the Lincoln City Cultural Center sponsored by the Lincoln City Chamber of Commerce.
We've heard from multiple citizens who have received phone calls or voicemail messages from someone claiming to be Deputy/Sergeant/Lieutenant "Todd Hughes" with the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office.
Lincoln County Public Health will be holding public listening sessions in early 2019. During these sessions, Health Department staff will discuss the current state of health in Lincoln County.
The most successful season in school history aside, Taft High wrestling coach Robb Ellis took away much more Saturday from the thrill of watching his kids battle for glitzy medals and glowing accolades.
Eight members of the Lincoln City Rubik’s Cube Club solved 25 puzzles in three minutes flat, while Taft middle school students took the top three places in Division 2 Saturday at the Oregon Regional Rubik’s Cube Challenge in Eugene.
“Raleigh brings a wealth of experience working with youth and adults, both in recreation and school settings,” Lincoln City Parks & Recreation Director Jeanne Sprague said. “With his fantastic energy, he’s jumped right into his new job duties.”
The 138-pound sophomore joined senior Cody Knott by placing at least sixth in a three-overtime thriller to mark the first time in school history that more than one Tiger will take the podium at the OSAA State Wrestling Championships.
Popular local resident John Dennis celebrated his 90th birthday today at the Lincoln City Safeway surrounded by friends, family, banners, balloons and chocolate cake.
Third-seeded Taft High senior Cody Knott advanced with a bye, then defeated Burns junior William Johnson 15-1 Friday at the Class 3A OSAA State Wrestling Championships in Portland.
The U.S. Coast Guard continues the investigation of the fishing vessel Mary B II, which capsized off Newport Jan. 9 and resulted in the loss of the vessel and its three crew members.
Driftwood Public Library has selected Snow Falling on Cedars as its selection for the third year of its Lincoln City Reads program.
Several big issues are beginning to move, and move quickly in Salem. We need to be looking at how these proposed policies affect the future of Oregon and the problems those bills are designed to address. But we also need to balance those concerns with the consequences that may impact every day ordinary people and their day-to-day lives.
Patients at Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital often send cards and gifts in appreciation of care received. Now, there is an official way to honor exceptional nurses, through the international DAISY recognition program.
The United States Geological Survey (USGS) reported a magnitude 3.0 earthquake 2 1/2 miles southeast of Rose Lodge at 11:04 a.m. this morning.