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Justin Werner

Justin is publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and an investigative journalist who finds facts. He's on a mission to seek out truth and isn't afraid to be the tip of the spear for freedom of the press.
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‘Steereing’ the record straight: City recorder named Vice President

Master Municipal Clerk City Recorder of Lincoln City Cathy Steere took the oath for 2019-2020 Second Vice President of the Oregon Association of Municipal Recorders Sept. 20.

Stuff-A-Bus: You’re going to need a bigger bus

Lincoln City's annual Stuff-A-Bus campaign netted a record $25,000 to support local schools and students Friday.

New reader-friendly Homepage website features unveiled

Lincoln City Homepage is pleased to announce new features designed to assist readers in finding what they are looking for in Lincoln City and the surrounding area

Eclipse Live From Depoe Bay

The Eclipse Live From Depoe Bay. This one in a lifetime event was greeted with cheers and sounds of amazement in this live video...

Goodbye 2019: A special thank you to Homepage readers

2019 was a great year for news in Lincoln City, even as long-established newspapers shutter their doors or scramble to increase their internet presence across the country.

NLFR filling the boot for MDA on Highway 101

Motorists on Highway 101 in Lincoln City Saturday will notice men and women clad in firefighting gear holding boots and asking for money to combat muscle-debilitating diseases.

We missed you whale you were gone

Gray whales are on the move south once again and Oregon Parks and Recreation is inviting everyone to Winter Whale Watch Week Dec. 27-31.

State of the Coast Conference Oct 29th

GLENEDEN BEACH, Ore. – Registration has opened for Oregon Sea Grant’s annual State of the Coast conference, which will be held Oct. 29 at...

UPDATED: Owner reunited with pendant lost at Drift Creek Falls in May

The owner has been found for a lost cremation pendant picked up by hiker Alexis Wells at Drift Creek Falls in May.

OSU scientists take a second look at blue-green algae health threats

    Blue green algae blooms in lakes and streams, commonly seen at Devil’s Lake in Lincoln City, pose health threats to human nervous systems and...