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A hike for all ages: Drift Creek Falls

Thirty minutes from Lincoln City in the Suislaw National Forest, lies the Drift Creek Falls Trailhead, a three mile (round-trip) semi-easy hike for all ages with a rewarding 75 foot water fall at the end.

Explore Lincoln City supports National Travel and Tourism Week

Explore Lincoln City invites Lincoln City's travel and tourism community to take part in National Travel and Tourism Week, May 5 -11. The 36th annual...

Pixiefest moved to Taft High, other major changes announced

An athletic field at Taft High 7-12 will be the site for the annual Pixiefest festival in late June as part of several major changes announced Monday by the Kiwanis Club of Lincoln City.

Travel Oregon production ‘only slightly exaggerates’ beauty of Beaver state

Travel Oregon's Only Slightly Exaggerated depicts a fun, exciting and diverse landscape that truly embodies what it is to experience what Oregon has to offer.

It’s that time of the month! Limited-edition floats to dot local beaches

Treasure hunters can discover one of 20 limited-edition glass floats blown in the Lincoln City Glass Center and hidden by float fairies on Wednesday...

Gorgeous day: Lincoln City in pictures

As the needle broke 70 degrees today, Lincoln City beaches were filled with people enjoying the wonderful weather.

Four film classics to hit Bijou Theatre’s silver screen

Lincoln City's Bijou Theatre has declared March 22-28 "No Small Screens Week,” and will play four film classics in lieu of first-run movies on its silver screen.

Free fishing day slated to lure local anglers to sport

The Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) hopes to lure new fishermen throughout the state during its Fish for Free program Feb. 16-17.

Tsunami safety revamped for hospitality industry

The hospitality industry in Oregon has an updated tool to help prepare employees, residents and visitors for a tsunami.

‘Sneaker Wave Sunday’ unknown to most beach-goers

The National Weather Service issued a special weather statement alerting the Oregon and Washington Coasts of an increased risk of sneaker waves for Sunday and hardly anyone on the beach knows it.

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