Monthly Archives: July, 2019
A fire at Jim's Trading Post in Grand Ronde and nearby brush fires stopped traffic on Highway 18 Wednesday, but ODOT says traffic is flowing again as of 5 p.m.
Walker Farms of Siletz has had its Lincoln City Farmers and Crafters Market membership revoked for refusing to take down a sign expressing various viewpoints.
A black SUV crashed into North Lincoln Fire & Rescue's Oceanlake station at 6:28 p.m. Tuesday after colliding with a truck on Highway 101.
Recently retired local firefighter George Blacketer's mother died Monday evening in an accidental residential fire in Siletz.
A 61-year-old Ventura, Calif., woman riding behind family members in another car was killed Monday afternoon in a single-vehicle traffic crash near Grand Ronde.
The Oregon-based crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast was scheduled to return home to Astoria on Tuesday following a 56-day counter-narcotic patrol to the Eastern Pacific Ocean that netted 23,000 pounds of cocaine valued at $350 million.
A 2-year-old girl is in stable condition with leg injuries after being struck by a truck pulling a travel trailer Monday morning at Mooshine Park in Logsden.
I have spent much of the past year arguing that that Oregon needs, at long last, to get serious about emergency, earthquake, and tsunami planning.
Lincoln City had a visitor from Normandy, France last month named Halim, who said the city was beautiful and he would be back next year because, "The Pacific coast of the state of Oregon is amazing and very spectacular."
Lincoln County Captain of "Flush Kate Brown Down" Geoffrey Petersen was asked to leave State Park property Saturday afternoon by a state park ranger for his "Recall Kate Brown Here" petition table at D River Wayside.
A trial date in April 2020 was set Friday for a $4 million lawsuit against the City of Lincoln City claiming negligence in the employment of youth league sports coach Tyler Lopez, who was sentenced to more than 40 years in prison for sex abuse of minors.
A Lincoln City woman became the owner of a ski boat and pickup truck after allegedly stealing approximately $70,000 from an elderly Keizer couple.
Renowned flugelhornist Dmitri Matheny will lead an all-star band Thursday, Aug. 1, in a tribute to the music of legendary composer Burt Bacharach at...
Fired local firefighter Philip Rilatos has filed a $2 million sex discrimination lawsuit against North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 seeking a jury trial and the firing of interim chief Rob Dahlman.
After a year of fundraising by Rotary Club of Lincoln City, new outdoor musical instruments are ready for use at Regatta Park and a dedication ceremony will be held later this month.
Twelve Lincoln City Police Ford Explorer Interceptors are being fixed due to a recall issued by Ford, and two 2019 Explorers join the fleet with a fresh look.
With the ball in its court, credit the Lincoln City City Council with an assist for granting local kids free registration for participation in several youth sports leagues this fall.
Taft High grad and Western Oregon University sophomore Gabe Arce-Torres parlayed his freshman season on the track last spring into being honored Tuesday for his academic success by the U.S. Track and Field & Cross Country Coaches Association.
Students at a Lincoln City summer camp recently applied their burgeoning skills and the latest mapping technology to a unique work-study project that will ultimately assist the Port of Newport in future improvements.
Lincoln City Cultural Center will be the scene Friday, Aug 9, for "Source2," a free to the public art experience about water and its role in our world.
Lincoln City Police arrested Glenn Lavaughn Thompson, 30, of Salem, Wednesday night after a harrowing chase from Rose Lodge to Lincoln City that reached speeds of 100 mph.
Ellen Fahlstrom Wellborn, RN, was recently awarded international certification attesting to her skills as a lactation specialist who can help new mothers learn about the importance of breastfeeding.
Lincoln County Sheriff's deputies responded to a submerged vehicle that had crashed into Drift Creek near Drift Creek Road and Gorton Road, east of Lincoln City shortly after midnight Tuesday morning.