Monthly Archives: December, 2020
Talk to most people and they'll agree, 2020 was a disaster that married a cataclysm and had an apocalypse baby.
I'm sure most of us will be happy to see 2020 fade in the rear-view mirror. From pandemic to wildfire to repeated clashes between protesters and police, this year has pushed us to our limits. As the year comes to a close, we all need to take a mask-covered breath and give some thought to how we can do better moving forward.
The five hospitals of Samaritan Health Services have awarded a total of $339,807 in Social Accountability grants to local service organizations, to be distributed during 2021.
An accident took place on Schooner Creek Bridge Tuesday afternoon involving two vehicles and sending at least one person to the hospital.
Oregon medical examiners say the body found in the Van Duzer Corridor is that of a female child and detectives are seeking the public's help to identify her.
A series of flood related alerts were issued by National Weather Service Portland Sunday for the Central Oregon Coast and Siletz River with minor flooding expected until tonight.
Continuing a proud tradition of giving, Lincoln City's fire department, in partnership with local Eagles and Elks organizations, delivered toys and food to families in need Saturday.
The Lincoln City Council will hold a special meeting Monday, Dec. 21, to discuss appointing a new mayor or if a special election should put it in voter's hands after the resignation of Dick Anderson.
National Weather Service Portland is calling for breakers up to 25 feet from noon Sunday until 6 a.m. Monday and warns of sneaker and possibly destructive waves.
Lincoln City Police will use grant money to join a national high visibility enforcement event, designed to put more patrol cars on the streets to seek out those driving under the influence during the Christmas and New Year's holidays.
The Lincoln County School Board voted Tuesday night to waive the School Construction Excise Tax for replacement of homes destroyed in the Echo Mountain Complex Fire.
Lincoln County has partnered with Northwest Oregon Works (NOW) to administer $900,000 in grants.
The Lincoln Co. Sheriff’s Office is requesting that Waldport residents or businesses with security video systems such as the doorstep “Ring” or other recording devices contact law enforcement immediately to help solve the shocking murder early Sunday morning of businessman Mark Campbell.
Tara Bruce, step-daughter to slain Waldport City Councilman Mark Campbell, filled in details surrounding his murder early Sunday morning, Dec. 6, and told of the man he was in an exclusive interview Monday afternoon.
With new apartment complexes coming on the scene throughout Lincoln County this year, and with the vacation rental market running just as hot as long-term rentals – not to mention the county’s thousands of hotel rooms – there’s never been a greater need in Lincoln County for trained and licensed real estate property managers.
On December 6, at approximately 3:37 a.m., Lincoln County Sheriff's Office Dispatch received a 911 call reporting a burglary in progress on South Crestline Drive, in Waldport.
A Newport family whose miniature dog was lost after a vicious beach attack by another dog credits prayers and animal instincts for the miraculous recovery of their beloved ‘Gabe.’
A handful of surfing elite and some locals took to Lincoln City's ocean Thursday as the swell was right for big wave surfing at Nelscott Reef.
Oregon Health Authority officials increased Lincoln County's COVID-19 risk level Tuesday, moving it into the high-risk category and with it a new list of rules to follow.