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Sketch of girl found in Van Duzer Corridor released

Oregon State Police released a sketch Monday of the female child found dead in the Van Duzer Corridor Dec. 10.

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.

Lincoln City man swept into protest

A Lincoln City businessman who was returning home Friday from a trip to Bend found himself trapped by tear gas, police and hundreds of protestors.

Goodbye 2020: A special thank you to Homepage readers

Talk to most people and they'll agree, 2020 was a disaster that married a cataclysm and had an apocalypse baby.

At long last – Happy New Year!

I'm sure most of us will be happy to see 2020 fade in the rear-view mirror. From pandemic to wildfire to repeated clashes between protesters and police, this year has pushed us to our limits. As the year comes to a close, we all need to take a mask-covered breath and give some thought to how we can do better moving forward.

Samaritan awards nearly $340,000 in grants to local nonprofits

The five hospitals of Samaritan Health Services have awarded a total of $339,807 in Social Accountability grants to local service organizations, to be distributed during 2021.

Crash on Schooner Creek Bridge sends one to hospital

An accident took place on Schooner Creek Bridge Tuesday afternoon involving two vehicles and sending at least one person to the hospital.

Detectives seek assistance identifying female child remains

Oregon medical examiners say the body found in the Van Duzer Corridor is that of a female child and detectives are seeking the public's help to identify her.

Council stymied by mayor vacancy

City Councilors chose to move deliberations on how to select the next mayor of Lincoln City until January, when newly elected City Councilor Anne Marie Skinner takes office.
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Minor flooding in Lincoln City, Siletz River rising

A series of flood related alerts were issued by National Weather Service Portland Sunday for the Central Oregon Coast and Siletz River with minor flooding expected until tonight.

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