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Local philanthropist Jon Oksenholt makes $100,000 donation to school

Lincoln City Christian School (LCCS) is thrilled to announce a transformative $100,000 donation from alumnus Jon Oksenholt. Mr. Oksenholt, a successful entrepreneur and philanthropist, attended LCCS from first grade through high school and has remained a strong supporter of the school ever since. “LCCS provided me with a strong foundation of Christian values and academic excellence,” said Mr. Oksenholt.

ODOT advisory committee meetings for May

Several advisory committees holding public meetings in May are listed below

Lincoln County seeks county fair board applicants

The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners is seeking applications from citizens interested in serving on the Lincoln County Fair Board

State Government Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council to meet

State Government Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council will meet

D River Beach Clean Up April 20, 2024

Join the Kiwanis Club of Lincoln City on Earth Day at D River State Recreation Site. This is a semi-annual beach clean-up party to help keep our beach and ocean clean. Supplies provided, or bring your own work gloves, grabber, and bucket! Meet at the D River Recreation Site off highway 101 and then head a group to pickup trash on the beach.

Explore Lincoln City announces “Tap and Brew Trail,”

a new self-guided tour of Lincoln City's beer scene will be available online

Oregon Heritage Commission to meet April 17 and seeks to fill vacancies

There is one appointed position currently vacant on the Oregon Heritage Commission and two positions that will become vacant July 2024

Bill Recriminalizing Hard Drugs Signed into Law

Press release 4/1/24: "Today, the Governor signed into law HB 4002 A, a bill reversing much of Oregon’s drug decriminalization experiment in response to...

Sunday, March 31 is the deadline to remove studded tires

According to a press release form the Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT), studded tires must be removed by Sunday, March 31. No extension of the studded tire season is expected.  "We encourage everyone to take off their studded tires before March 31, especially if you won't be driving in the mountains," advised Galen McGill, State Maintenance and Operations Engineer.

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