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Finders Keepers is back

After a 15 month hiatus, hand crafted glass floats made by local artisans will hit the seven miles of beaches in Lincoln City as Finders Keepers begins.

Vaccine passport ban introduced in Oregon Senate

SALEM— On Thursday, Senator Kim Thatcher (R-Keizer) introduced civil rights legislation to ban vaccine passports in Oregon.

D River Beach health advisory lifted

Oregon Health Authority (OHA) today lifted a public health advisory for contact with ocean water at D River Beach, located in Lincoln City.

Driftwood Public Library to open June 7

Library Director Kirsten Brodbeck-Kenney announced today that Driftwood Public Library will reopen to the public beginning June 7.

Lincoln City Police Department ‘rocks’

Scores of painted rocks have been sighted in front of the Lincoln City Police Department, leading local law enforcement to be grateful for the community's support.

Top Secret Fleet of Flowers sails

DEPOE BAY — A reserved and moving Fleet of Flowers recalled four giants of “the World’s Smallest Harbor” Monday morning, Memorial Day 2021.

Memorial Day surprise: Fleet of Flowers to sail quietly

DEPOE BAY — An unannounced and unofficial “Fleet of Flowers” will cast off from the harbor Monday morning, May 31.

Gomberg delivers moving Memorial Day message

Representative David Gomberg (Central Coast) delivered a powerful Memorial Day message to the Oregon House of Representatives Thursday.

Merkley to hold remote town hall for Lincoln County

Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley on Thursday, June 3, will hold a remote and telephone town hall for constituents in Lincoln County.

D River Beach health advisory for fecal bacteria

A health advisory was issued Thursday for D River Beach after tests came back with unsafe levels of fecal bacteria in ocean waters.

Steadfast seizes $33 million worth of cocaine in Pacific

Coast Guard Cutter Steadfast returned home Friday after a 10,000-mile, 49-day counter-narcotics patrol in the Pacific, netting $33 million in cocaine.

North Lincoln Hospital Foundation executive director named

After an extensive search and interview process, Natalie Schaefer, EdD, has been selected to serve as the executive director of the North Lincoln Hospital Foundation beginning June 1.

How to Fish the Secret Streams of the Siletz

The summer rain forests of the Oregon coast are hot, bug-infested and brutally uninviting unless you are looking for wild cutthroat trout that will strike with every cast.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics hit schools

Taft High 7-12 was the scene for a Lincoln County Public Health mobile operation Friday, where students were receiving Pfizer-BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine.

State police eye alcohol in deadly crash

DEPOE BAY — State troopers are exploring the fatal role intoxication may have played in a May 19 two-car crash here that left one driver dead and another critically injured.

City Hall reopening to public June 7

Interim City Manager Lila Bradley announced today that City Hall will reopen to the public beginning June 7.

Citizen tips lead to arrest of Shell shooting suspect

On Tuesday, May 18, 2021, members of the Lincoln City Police Department contacted and arrested 32-year-old Douglas Henderson Naylon, of Lincoln City, on charges stemming from a shots fired call that occurred on Saturday, April 24, 2021.

Lincoln County moving permanently to low-risk Friday

Governor Kate Brown announced Tuesday that Lincoln County will be moving permanently to the low-risk level Friday, May 21, along with four other counties.

Wahlke leads in initial election results

With 99 percent of the votes counted so far, below are the initial Lincoln County election results from County Clerk Dana Jenkins’ office as of 10:15 p.m. Jenkins will certify the election in a few weeks.

Lincoln City man arrested for attempted murder

Early Tuesday morning, members of the Lincoln City Police Department contacted and arrested 53-year-old James T. Holley, of Lincoln City, on charges stemming from a disturbance and assault that occurred Friday, May 14.

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