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Shooting investigated in Depoe Bay

DEPOE BAY — Deputies and state police officers swarmed a Hwy. 101 business and handcuffed some occupants after eyewitnesses said a gun-wielding man fired a BB-style handgun at them Friday morning.

VIDEO: Falcon 9 rocket 2nd stage burns across sky

A tight grouping of bright objects, believed to be a burning SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket second stage, was witnessed by many in Oregon around 9 p.m. Thursday, causing a bevvy of reports to flood social media and local authorities.

Lincoln City Scooters: ‘Bird’ is not the word

Citizens of Lincoln City noticed electric scooters on Lincoln City sidewalks Wednesday, but city government did not agree to the company's pitch Monday.

Drug decriminalization brings ‘visitors’ to Lincoln City

Oregon's recent passing of a law decriminalizing drugs is attracting criminals to Lincoln City and according to police, drug-related crime is on the rise.

How moviemakers drove Depoe Bay ‘Cuckoo’ in 1975

DEPOE BAY — Imagine this usually noisy port oddly hushed as a loudspeaker echoes off the high rock walls, “Quiet Please! Lights…Camera…Action!”

City Manager Ron Chandler to leave Lincoln City

Lincoln City City Manager Ron Chandler will be leaving to become Silverton City Manager, according to Monday's Silverton City Council special session.

Five mayoral hopefuls campaign for fill-in job

Five residents will be on the ballot for Lincoln City Mayor, including a former mayor, current and former city councilors, a fiscal administrator and a surfer.

Women in history, kids in school and Gomberg on TV

At the edge of the ceiling in the House chamber, names are painted of people consequential to Oregon history. I suppose they were listed there to inspire us below. But sadly, of the hundred or so names, only three are women.

Lincoln County COVID-19 vaccines

Lincoln County will stay low-risk through March 26, with nearly 23 percent of the population vaccinated, and the next group eligible to get COVID-19 vaccines will include pregnant women.

Rock Creek Stables awarded civil judgment against Lisa Bagby

Horse boarding and riding facility Rock Creek Stables was awarded a $100,256 judgment against Otis public figure Lisa Bagby, who gained notoriety during the investigation of railroad engineer Cameron Shelden's death in 2019 and her subsequent movie career.

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