Monthly Archives: August, 2019
A shallow 6.3 earthquake was felt along the Oregon Coast at 8:07 a.m. Thursday but the United States Geological Survey (USGS) says not to worry due to the type of quake it was and where it happened.
Defendants in a $2 million discrimination lawsuit against North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 maintain a former firefighter was not the intended victim of a sexually explicit prank and abandoned his job following an off-work injury and several medical and personal leaves.
The Lincoln County Veteran Service's Office will resume Lincoln City outreach days at the Lincoln City WorkSource office beginning Wednesday, Sept. 4 from 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
North Lincoln Fire & Rescue is showing its continued support for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) with the annual "Fill the Boot" fundraising campaign.
The Internal Revenue Service and its Security Summit partners today warned taxpayers and tax professionals about a new IRS impersonation scam campaign spreading nationally on email.
An investigation has been launched into a data security incident affecting Lincoln County government after being alerted by their IT department.
Lincoln City Outlets is hosting the 21st Stuff-A-Bus event to support Lincoln City schools and students, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30.
The Oregon Health Authority today lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at D River Beach in Lincoln City and Seal Rock State Park Beach, in Lincoln County.
Anglers must release copper, quillback and China rockfish when fishing from a boat, beginning today as the harvest guideline for these species has been met.
Several communities and organizations in Lincoln County recently received the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) TsunamiReady and StormReady recertification.
A California woman was arrested Tuesday afternoon wearing a pair of shoes she had allegedly stolen from a Lincoln City mall after assaulting a store employee.
The Lincoln City Police Department will utilize grant funds to step up its enforcement efforts against drunk driving as part of a national crackdown over Labor Day weekend.
The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) has issued a public health advisory for higher-than-normal levels of bacteria in ocean waters at D River Beach in Lincoln County.
Newport Police are warning visitors of a "hotel front desk scam" designed to charge your credit card a second time after checking into your room.
A woman is seeking to reunite a memorial pendant with its owner after finding it while hiking Drift Creek Falls in May.
A young pedestrian suffered minor injuries at approximately noon Monday after being struck by a driver in Siletz.
Newport resident Regina Martinez has graduated from FEMA’s National Emergency Management Basic Academy at the Emergency Management Institute in Emmitsburg, Md.
Lincoln City Police Officer Molly Wehrley was awarded the Lee M. Bown Award for academic achievement Aug. 9 by the Department of Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) upon graduating the academy at the top of her class.
The annual Lincoln City Invitational mushball tournament came to a close Sunday with Portland's Billy Webb's Elks defeating defending champions St. Johns for their first beach title, going undefeated in the process.
Scores of mushball players and their fans descended upon Lincoln City Saturday for the annual two-day Lincoln City Invitational tournament at Kirtsis Park.
Two men were arrested by Lincoln City Police Friday evening for theft of a paddle boat from a Devils Lake resident that allegedly occurred sometime Thursday night.
Inspired by new Taft High cheer coach Jazmyn Logan and nominated by her camp leader to try out, senior Nicole Sperry has become eligible to participate in London's New Year's Day Parade with fellow competitors who have achieved All-American status at a summer spirit camp.
Put a badge on your chest by registering to participate in Lincoln City Police Department's 2019 Citizens Police Academy.
A fire Thursday forced the evacuation of all residents of a building at Lincoln Woods Apartments on NW 34th Street with no injuries reported.
Time has run out on a 20-foot juvenile humpback whale stranded ashore on the beach near Waldport.
Lincoln City Police are calling an incident involving dozens of armed law enforcement personnel in tactical gear and flak jackets a hoax after responding Wednesday night to a telephoned threat of a man claiming to be holding hostages after killing his wife.
The City of Lincoln City gave $50,000 in checks to local nonprofit agencies Wednesday in a ceremony held in the Lincoln City Council Chambers.
An elderly Ashland woman was found dead at approximately noon Wednesday in a Toyota Prius parked at Otter Rock.