Yearly Archives: 2021
Oregon's Project Turnkey was awarded three grants totaling $11.4 million for properties in Corvallis, Eugene and Lincoln City to purchase and transform hotels for temporary lodging of those affected by crisis.
National Weather Service Portland issued a High Surf Advisory for the North and Central Oregon Coast, alerting to the possibility of destructive waves up to 25 feet.
Lincoln City, Oregon is a tourism-driven coastal community that is home to beautiful beaches, tasty restaurants and awesome scenery.
Republican leadership in Salem is alerting Oregonians to Senate Bill 554, which they say paves the way for regulations restricting where guns can be conceal carried.
A Lincoln City man was cited early Thursday morning by Sheriff's deputies for crashing an SUV into a house on East Devils Lake Road while intoxicated and reportedly fleeing the scene on foot.
Police responded to Newport's Shell gas station Monday, where a reportedly transient male allegedly stole a vehicle after drinking alcohol and doing meth to make it to a court appointment.
Late Sunday I received news that all legislative business Monday and Tuesday is cancelled. An ice storm swept through the mid-Willamette Valley Friday night, downing trees and causing widespread power outages. Salem has declared an emergency.
Lincoln County Public Health has learned from the Oregon Health Authority that vaccine allocation will be smaller than anticipated and delayed.
Lincoln City Police will be increasing their presence this Valentine's Day weekend, utilizing grant funds to be on the lookout for impaired drivers.
The Devils Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID) encourages members of the community to apply for a position on the board. Qualified applicants are encouraged to fill out an application by going to DLWID.org or by contacting the District Manager.
Representative David Gomberg has announced a special opportunity for wildfire survivors to share their experiences with the House Special Committee on Wildfire Recovery tasked with identifying solutions and support for Oregonians affected by the Labor Day wildfires.
Lincoln City Police chased an intoxicated California man on a motorcycle three times Wednesday, ultimately ending in his arrest and a damaged police cruiser.
A power outage Wednesday, affecting 2,243 Lincoln City Pacific Power customers, has crews investigating the cause and working to fix the problem.
In late 2020, Samaritan Health Services entered into an agreement with Oregon Oncology Specialists. The collaboration creates opportunities for engagement with hematology and oncology specialty physicians, as well as advanced practice providers, who will care for cancer patients in Samaritan’s tri-county region of Benton, Lincoln and Linn counties.
The coastal office of Samaritan Evergreen Hospice is moving rapidly through the partnership levels in the nationwide program called We Honor Veterans, which is designed to empower hospice professionals to meet the unique needs of dying veterans.
A pair of crashes Sunday in Gleneden Beach and Newport were responsible for a death and sending four to hospitals.
Newport Police have a man in custody and a woman under investigation after responding to a domestic disturbance Tuesday night, finding a stolen vehicle a few hours later and engaging in a 14-mile stolen RV chase Wednesday morning.
A band of Lincoln County agencies and the Board of Commissioners have sent a letter to Oregon Health Authority lead Patrick Allen, urging the director to take a more equitable approach to COVID-19 vaccine distribution.