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Oregon reopening date set for June 30

Governor Kate Brown said the State of Oregon will reopen by no later than June 30 in a press conference Friday.

Ward 1 City Councilor Special Election

A special election for Ward 1 City Councilor will be held on Sept. 21, to fill the vacancy left by Diana Hinton, who resigned for family reasons in April.

Siletz Bay Music Festival returns

Twelve concerts in nine days starting in September will bring world-class virtuoso-level performers to a variety of locations with the Siletz Bay Music Festival.

Politics being played with your money

You know best how to spend your money, not Portland politicians that just can't help but to keep every dollar they possibly can. It is extremely disappointing.

Outdoor Grilling Safety

There are many different types of grills, we would like to share some safety tips for whatever you're planning to cook on whatever grill you will be using.

Pack of seven Tigers headed to state

The Taft wrestling program is sending seven boys to State and a new co-head coach might be responsible for recent successes.

NWS: Potential historic heat wave on the way

National Weather Service Portland says the Pacific Northwest is in for a historic heat wave this weekend, calling for record temperatures far above normal.

Meet Taft’s first female wrestler to grapple at State

As the first female wrestler in Taft history to qualify for State, Kadence James has pinned one of her lofty goals on the board -- well, she also high-jumped her way to second place at State last month.

Lincoln City Police Department ‘rocked’ again

Lincoln City authorities are on the lookout for repeat offenders-- of the good variety.

911 outage hits Lincoln City

At 10:32 a.m. Monday, a public safety alert was sent out to mobile phones stating 911 services were not available in the Lincoln City area.

OCCC to fill its beakers, thanks to Siletz fund

For colleges and universities of any size, raising funds to place modern, cutting-edge equipment inside science and chemistry laboratories can be, well, laborious.

‘Triple C’ being abused by Lincoln City teens

Local teens have alerted Lincoln City Homepage to the growing abuse of an over-the-counter cough & cold medication that causes hallucinogenic effects when taken in large doses.

Public Records Advocate to become independent

SALEM — The Oregon Senate passed Senate Bill 500 Wednesday on a vote of 28-1. Under the legislation, the public records advocate will become an independent office, giving it separation from the Governor and political influence.

Fire response on the fast track

District 10 was hit hard over the 2020 Labor Day Weekend by the Echo Mountain fires and we are only now beginning to build back.

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.

Taft Senior Parade rolls through Lincoln City

High schoolers, police cars and fire trucks took to Highway 101 noon Wednesday in a cacophony of sirens, honks and cheers to celebrate the class of 2021.

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.

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