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Dr. Karen Gray: Superintendent’s Update

I wanted to take some time to update you on a few topics as we wind our way into summer.

Otis Café open for business

The storied Otis Café, which burned down Independence Day 2019, is back in business Thursday, May 13.

The hits just keep on coming

One thing for sure, it is not boring in Salem. There has been so much going on with bills, ARPA funds, county funds, city funds, budgets from every Oregon state department and group.

Lincoln County moving down to moderate risk

Today, Governor Brown announced that Lincoln County will be moving to the moderate risk level on Friday.

Electric vehicle charges in Lincoln City

Lincoln City Councilors discussed electric vehicle charging stations at Monday’s meeting and directed staff to explore the possibility of charging drivers to “fill up.”

Mother’s Day, helping kids & funding local projects

Getting our kids safely back to school and our families back to work is critical to making sure our "new normal" is a better normal.

DLWID Purchases Blue Heron Landing

Devils Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID) is proud to announce the purchase of Blue Heron Landing.

$794K NE 14th Street improvements to start May 17

Lincoln City will begin sidewalk and sewer improvements Monday, May 17, on NE 14th Street, with traffic restrictions in place.

Gomberg votes no on off-target gun bill

SALEM — A new law that could have costly impacts for law-abiding gun owners is headed back to the state senate after passing 34-24 in the Oregon House of Representatives Thursday, May 29.

Lincoln City Sign Wars

Local businesses have been showing off their humanity with the latest iteration of "Sign Wars" in a marketing blitz that has taken Lincoln City by storm.

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