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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.

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