Monthly Archives: January, 2020
Although I genuinely support any well-intentioned attempt the city takes in acknowledging its responsibility to provide shelter of any kind for its homeless population, I can't help but note the huge difference between the support that the city recently gave to the Helping Hands
Lincoln County seeks new members to serve on the Lincoln County Planning Commission.
A Lincoln County Sheriff's deputy was bitten by a juvenile allegedly on LSD in Otis Saturday night after he banged kitchen utensils together as she attempted to speak to him.
National Weather Service Portland issued a "marine weather statement" Sunday calling for the possibility of waterspouts, high winds and hail off the Oregon Coast.
An apartment complex and neighboring hotel have joined forces to hire an attorney in an attempt to stop the City of Lincoln City and nonprofit homeless outreach service provider Helping Hands Reentry from developing transitional housing on Highway 101.
Since the beginning of urban renewal in 1988, the City has received over $49 million dollars of your tax money. The agency has spent millions on purchasing buildings and vacant lots which are now off the tax rolls and none of which gives return to the taxpayers.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will open two new exhibits February and install video screens with looping historical footage to continue to preserve and interpret North Lincoln County History.
The Coast Guard advises all mariners of the dangers related to crossing hazardous bars in the Pacific Northwest.
Lincoln County Commissioner Claire Hall -- the senior member of the board of commissioners -- has filed to run for re-election for the fourth time.
Canadian national John Philip Sterling, 65, pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine after Coast Guard personnel found 196 gallons of liquid meth aboard his vessel off the coast of Newport.
National Weather Service Portland (NWS) issued a "high surf warning" Friday for central and north Oregon coasts, predicting waves up to 35 feet, from 1 a.m. -4 p.m. Saturday.
Thanks to a grant from the Economic Development Alliance of Lincoln County and the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners, the Oregon Coast Community College Small Business Development Center will soon be improving its services to Lincoln County residents seeking their CCB licenses.
National Weather Service Portland issued a "coastal flood advisory" Thursday for the northern and central Oregon coast calling for minor tidal overflow 7 a.m. - 2 p.m. Friday.
Human trafficking occurs in Lincoln County and it's not like the movie Taken, where actor Liam Neeson goes on a mission to rescue his daughter from the clutches of Albanian sex-traffickers in France.
National Weather Service Portland (NWS) issued a "special weather statement" Wednesday concerning a pair of cold fronts bringing frigid temperatures this weekend through early next week, but confidence is low for snow on the coast.
The City of Lincoln City is holding two public forums to discuss the proposed urban renewal boundary and a list of potential capital projects to be completed at the Villages at Cascade Head, a 360+ acre parcel of land in north Lincoln City.
The City of Lincoln City -- through Explore Lincoln City -- is looking for a public relations firm to help it project a positive image to the public in order to achieve its goals.
Every newborn is special, but tradition gives more emphasis on the first baby of the new year. At Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital, the first baby born in 2020 was Hudson Kai Canchola, who arrived at 10:41 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 1. He weighed 6 pounds, 7 ounces at birth and was 19.5 inches long.
National Weather Service Portland issued a high wind warning along the central and northern Oregon coasts until 10 p.m. Friday.