Monthly Archives: February, 2020
Longtime North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District Captain, safety expert and video producer Jim Kusz retired from fire service Friday, and took the time to give an exclusive interview about tsunamis, the Covid-19 coronavirus, his four-decade-spanning safety career and working with Chicago Bears Coach Mike Ditka.
Oregon Health Authority has confirmed Oregon’s first, presumptive case of novel coronavirus, COVID-19, public health officials announced today.
Two teams comprised of Newport and Taft 7-12 players blazed up and down the hardwood Thursday night in Lincoln City to raise money for Special Olympics Oregon Lincoln County, with all athletes scoring at least once.
A newly created group by the Lincoln County Sheriff's Office and Lincoln County Public Health Department is looking for volunteers with medical experience to better prepare communities in times of natural disaster.
A vehicle driven into the Salmon River Jan. 22 -- the subject of a dramatic rescue -- was removed a month later, Feb. 22, by a coordinated effort of multiple first responders.
Lincoln County Sheriff's Office says two men from Portland trespassed on Salishan Resort's golf course with an SUV, had a confrontation during a burglary and tried to carjack a lady on Siletz Highway Tuesday morning.
Lincoln City Councilors voted unanimously to approve upgrades to the police radio system, including a new 100-foot tower, by accepting a bid at Monday’s regular city council meeting.
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and Public Health Department are releasing their new short video and information guide on the Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center.
Twenty-two-year-old Lincoln City local Joe Salsbery didn't know much about detailing cars and trucks when he started his own detailing business, Pit Crew Inc., back in November 2017.
A plethora of people packed Lincoln City beaches Wednesday, with many perusing the Pacific's placid perfection under sunny skies.
A search warrant executed by the Street Crimes Response Team Thursday, Feb. 6, led to the arrest of two Lincoln City residents on drug and child neglect charges after a months-long investigation.
North Lincoln County Historical Museum will host a new art exhibit this spring featuring the watercolor works of late local artist Marcel LaRocque.
Monday's City Council meeting saw Oregon Coast Community College's Marketing Director and Sustainability Committee Chair Dave Price attempting to make Lincoln City "Oregon's Greenest Beach."
Oregon Department of Transportation officials have called in geologists Thursday to take core samples of a hole on southbound Highway 101 in Otis.
The City of Lincoln City hosted a meet-and-greet with the public for Helping Hands Reentry Thursday, Jan. 30, where CEO Alan Evans gave a presentation on the structure and functions of homeless outreach services and transitional housing.
The City of Lincoln City is holding a public forum 5-7 p.m. Feb. 28 at City Hall to provide input for a large scale art installation for the Lincoln City Cultural Plaza revitalization project.
If you've ever wondered what to do during a zombie outbreak or asteroid strike, then Oregon Coast Community College's "Disaster Preparedness for the Pacific Northwest" class is for you.