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Health advisory lifted for D River Beach

Oregon Health Authority follow-up water tests at D River Beach showed lower levels of fecal bacteria Friday, prompting the agency to lift the health advisory issued three days ago.

Police arrest man trying to flee with missing kids

Two girls who were listed as missing and endangered are safe after Lincoln City Police took their father into custody after a brief chase Monday, Sept. 13.

Fecal bacteria health advisory issued for D River Beach

A health advisory for unsafe levels of fecal bacteria at D River Beach was issued Tuesday by the Oregon Health Authority.

Coast Guard rescues crew of 3, dog after fishing vessel sinks

The Coast Guard rescued 2 men, a woman and a dog found adrift in a life raft after their vessel sank Sunday afternoon approximately 45 miles off Lincoln City.

Series of cold fronts bringing rain Friday

National Weather Service Portland issued a Special Weather Statement Monday calling for "wet fall-like weather" to bring an end to the long, dry and hot summer.

Candidates for Ward 1 City Councilor

Two Lincoln City citizens have stepped forward to fill a vacant Ward 1 City Councilor position created by the resignation of Diana Hinton.

Sheriff: Back to school

It's time for many of our children to start back to school. Motorists need to get back in the habit of slowing down near neighborhood schools.

LCPD to conduct enhanced DUII enforcement

The Lincoln City Police Department will be utilizing grant funds to step up their enforcement efforts against drunk driving as part of a national crackdown over the Labor Day weekend period.

Pickup plunges into harbor

DEPOE BAY — A classic pickup truck plunged over a sheer 50-foot embankment and into the harbor Friday around noon, leaving its driver unhurt at the top of the cliff after he jumped from the vehicle.

Police seek suspected magnifying glass thief

Lincoln City Police are on the lookout for a woman who allegedly stole merchandise from Lincoln City Sporting Goods Friday, Aug. 13.

Lincoln City cancels ‘Happiness’ parade due to COVID-19

A Lincoln City parade to salute frontline workers and raise money for charity has been cancelled due to COVID-19.

Masks in Lincoln County School District sports

Lincoln County School District officials say students and spectators will wear masks in accordance with guidance provided by Oregon's governor and health authority.

Lincoln City Skatepark vandalized

The world-famous Lincoln City Skatepark was vandalized this weekend, with pickles, Ragu, cooking oil and toilet paper rendering a portion of the park unusable.

Newly promoted Lieutenant gets 30 years recognized

People in Lincoln City are going to have to stop calling Jeffrey Winn Sergeant as the longtime peace officer has been promoted to Lieutenant and recognized for 30 years of service.

Suspect arrested with stolen mail

GLENEDEN BEACH — A suspect has been arrested after neighbors rallied to help find one of the burglars who rifled 102 post office boxes here in the early morning hours of Aug. 19.

U.S. postal inspectors called to Gleneden Beach burglary

GLENEDEN BEACH — A tiny U.S. Post Office that serves 4,000 residents of a beachside resort community was ravaged by a pair of burglars early Thursday morning, Aug. 19.

Children’s Music Festival coming to a colorful Taft

Sixty children are painting murals in Lincoln City and they want you to come to their music festival in Taft to support Central Coast youth music programs.

Chinook Winds Casino shuts down due to COVID-19 outbreak

An outbreak of COVID-19 is responsible for the closure of Chinook Winds Casino according to sources within the gaming establishment and Lincoln County Public Health.

Two vehicle, double fatality crash on Highway 101

Oregon State Police and emergency personnel responded to a fatal two vehicle crash on Highway 101 near milepost 121 at 8:51 a.m. Friday, Aug. 13.

Sheriff’s deputy rescues kitten in traffic

A kitten was in good hands Tuesday afternoon as an alert driver and sheriff's deputy preserved one of the cat's nine lives.

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