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$11.4 million in grants awarded to Project Turnkey

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.

UPDATED: NWS issues High Surf Advisory for Central Coast

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.

Through the lens: Lincoln City, Oregon in pictures

Lincoln City, Oregon is a tourism-driven coastal community that is home to beautiful beaches, tasty restaurants and awesome scenery.

Exploding sewer main just tip of the iceberg

DEPOE BAY — Long-running disputes over a sprawling sewer system that serves 10,000 residents in central Lincoln County are coming to a head.

State Republicans blow whistle on concealed carry bill

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.

Lincoln City man cited for crashing SUV into house

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.

Alcohol, meth-fueled stolen vehicle court trip sends transient to jail

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.

OSWA tree seedling sale moved to Toledo

The Lincoln County Chapter of Oregon Small Woodlands Association will host their yearly native tree and shrub seedling sale Saturday, Feb. 27, in a new Toledo location.

Cool bills, cold weather and COVID

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.

NWS: Sneaker waves possible Monday

National Weather Service Portland issued a Beach Hazards Statement for Monday, alerting to an increased chance of sneaker waves for the Central Oregon Coast.

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