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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.

Mullet music influencer opens shop selling ‘sick’ shades

Lincoln City local Ryan O’Laughlin is opening his own store Saturday based on recent successes in the music industry, including a video about the mullet.

Learn about ‘Business over Burgers’ at a college near you

Lincoln City and Newport's Chamber of Commerce have partnered with Oregon Coast Community College's Small Business Development Center for "Business over Burgers" starting this month.

Drive-in Bijou coming this summer

The iconic Bijou Theatre is rejoining forces with the Lincoln City Cultural Center to bring back Saturday drive-in movies after a highly successful first offering last year.

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.

Modern Stone Age wheels return to Lincoln City

Lincoln City residents have noticed a vehicle reportedly from the Stone Age sitting at former mayor Don Williams' thrift store in Taft.
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Sparks Wars: A New Mural

Local artist Justin Sparks is at it again with some new mural work commissioned by Game Over Arcade owners, and the results are out of this world.
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Seeking Redemption: Former Lincoln City Mayor opens thrift store

Former Lincoln City Mayor Don Williams has opened a charity-funding thrift store to fill a void Goodwill created upon closing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Black Belt teaches women’s self-defense in ‘dangerous’ Lincoln City

As a female in one of Oregon’s most dangerous cities, Tiffany Richards would be the wrong woman to pick on in an empty parking lot — one of the places where women are often assaulted.
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Lincoln City: Business, backpacks and a brush fire

A busy Saturday in Lincoln City featured local business owners reactions to facemasks and sales, beachgoers turning out in droves and a brush fire brought to heel by the fire department.

Local music artist on key spreading positivity through sobriety

Lincoln City local Ryan O'Laughlin has been making a name for himself in rap circles with music videos and albums going under the moniker C-S1K to "help people through tough times" and promote sobriety.

Lincoln County’s 16% in unemployment claims highest in Oregon

One of the most visible and devastating impacts of the state’s stay-at-home order to protect us from the human health crisis presented by COVID-19 has been mass layoffs.

City of Lincoln City discusses relief program, creates sub-committee

Lincoln City Councilors decided to put a list of priorities created last year on hold during Monday's video conference meeting in favor of addressing the COVID-19 situation and what they could do to help beleaguered businesses.

Lil Sambos opens with custom-built drive-up window

Lil Sambo's has been a coastal landmark since the 50s and recently closed along with myriad other restaurants due to COVID-19, but restaurateur Cary Moore has built a drive-up window to bring pancakes and bacon to the sheltered masses.

Combat Veteran and Taft sports star join forces to form detailing duo

Twenty-two-year-old Lincoln City local Joe Salsbery didn't know much about detailing cars and trucks when he started his own detailing business, Pit Crew Inc., back in November 2017.

Local recreation supervisor Marker honored by state organization

Thanking "all who work diligently to make sure our programs, buildings and parks are ready for use," Lincoln City Parks and Recreation Department Recreation...

Coho completes multi-million dollar renovation

Lincoln City's Coho Oceanfront Lodge has completed a multi-million dollar renovation, upgrading the 40-year-old family-owned hotel with numerous improvements.

Father of Dragons: Meet Justin Sparks

Dragons are coming -- well, pretty much finished, says local artist and fantasy movie buff Justin Sparks of Sparks Gallery in Lincoln City about the new dragon mural in Taft.

Big tipper leaves Pig N’ Pancake server in tears

Pig N' Pancake server Natoshia Price got the tip of her life on Labor Day as a customer paid $222.45 on a $22.45 pancakes, sausage and bacon bill.

Lincoln City prepares to Stuff-A-Bus for area students

Lincoln City Outlets is hosting the 21st Stuff-A-Bus event to support Lincoln City schools and students, 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 30.

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