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Special election to be held for Lincoln City Mayor

A special election for a replacement mayor will be held after city councilors voted to let the people determine who will fill the shoes of Dick Anderson, who resigned to go work at the State Senate.

Fire chief douses Depoe Bay siren claims

DEPOE BAY — After city officials rang in the New Year with the apocalyptic wail of five sirens that sent startled residents running for high ground, the local fire department was left to answer hundreds of calls and calm frayed nerves.

Package theft suspect arrested after brief beach chase

Lincoln City Police and a Lincoln County Sheriff K9 unit chased and arrested a man who allegedly stole multiple packages in Lincoln City, Wednesday, Jan. 20.

Sheriff says stay safe surrounding smart home swatting

Nationally, smart home device manufacturers have notified law enforcement that offenders have been using stolen e-mail passwords to access smart devices with cameras and voice capabilities to carry out swatting attacks.

Sneaker wave warning issued by NWS

National Weather Service Portland issued a Beach Hazards Statement Saturday for the Central Oregon Coast calling for possible sneaker waves from late tonight until Sunday afternoon.

FBI maintaining heightened posture amid potential Salem violence

FBI's Portland Field Office is working with local authorities to prepare for potential violent activity that could occur at the Capitol in Salem in the days leading up to Jan. 20.
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King Tide hits Kyllo’s Seafood Grill, again

Kyllo's Seafood Grill took multiple hits from logs propelled by King Tide Tuesday, as bystanders looked on from restaurant windows and D River State Park.

First 2021 baby born at Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital

Each year, around 120 babies are welcomed into the world at Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital’s Birthing Center. First in line this year was Hazel JaneAnn Baker, born at 11:34 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 8, to parents Jared and Elizabeth Baker of Otis.

Lincoln County to remain ‘High Risk’ for next two weeks

Lincoln County Public Health officials confirmed Monday night that Lincoln County will remain in the "High Risk" category for COVID-19 under Governor Brown's Oregon’s Risk and Protection Framework.

UPDATED: NWS issues flood warnings for Central Oregon Coast

National Weather Service Portland issued three water related warnings early Monday morning calling for heavy rains and likely flooding for the Central Oregon Coast.

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