Monthly Archives: April, 2020
One of the most visible and devastating impacts of the state’s stay-at-home order to protect us from the human health crisis presented by COVID-19 has been mass layoffs.
NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 28, 2020 The City of Lincoln City Announces Innovative Housing, Inc. to Provide Affordable Workforce Housing. Lincoln City, a beach town of...
Lincoln County Commissioners and representatives from the county's cities held a special meeting to extend Lincoln County's "Minimize the effects of the COVID-19 Emergency" order Monday, with most cities agreeing to an extension through May 31.
Oregon Health Authority confirms there was no radiation found at the Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital demolition site and radiation protection officials believe it came from residential trash located elsewhere.
We know there’s been a flood of information and updates about the government’s economic impact payments, or so-called stimulus checks, lately. But quickly and safely moving massive amounts of money into the hands of those who need it is a big job with a lot of moving parts.
United States Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast interdicted a suspected smuggling vessel March 15 while patrolling international waters of the Eastern Pacific, seizing $21.5 million worth of cocaine.
Samaritan Health Services has obtained sufficient quantities of testing supplies and personal protective equipment to expand COVID-19 testing in Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties, and is now providing testing for all patients with symptoms of coronavirus, with a clinician’s order.
COVID-19 has claimed three more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 78, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 8 a.m. today.
Two Cottage Grove surfers were cited for trespassing Monday after a Lincoln County Sheriff's deputy spotted them climbing over a fence at a beach access point in Otter Rock.