Lincoln City Homepage is pleased to announce several new features and improvements designed to enhance the delivery and presentation of the news to our rapidly growing readership.
To start, Homepage has added a daily email service that sends our latest news, features, sports stories and photos directly to your inbox every morning.
Subscribers can begin receiving the service at 6 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, and will be provided with our five most recent articles and links to our more attractively designed and aesthetically pleasing website and posts.
To receive the daily email, enter your email address on the subscription form on the site’s homepage:
A multi-colored crawler that appears directly underneath a newly designed Homepage masthead alerts readers to the latest in breaking news and the most worthwhile upcoming events.
In addition, Homepage has introduced a diversified new look to specific information categories, such as local daily and breaking news, features and human interest stories, letters to the editor, columns and sports.
Access to information that affects your daily lives has been added to long-standing attractions such as the flash-feed from local law enforcement agencies, up-to-the minute weather updates, reader polls and quizzes, and full-length video replays of local government meetings.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s Recreation Report, the Lincoln City Police crime log, a free obituary service and an updated monthly schedule of local activities and events are also just a click away. A new “Features” category can be accessed by pulling down from the “Local” tab on the site’s menu directly below the masthead.
The Taft Teampage continues to bring you the most comprehensive coverage and updated scores, standings, schedules and statistics from your local high school and youth and community sports teams. Homepage’s unrivaled sports content can be linked directly from the OSAA website through a long-running arrangement with the governing body of Oregon prep sports.
Virtually all of Homepage’s content can also be accessed on Google and Apple news apps.
Homepage thanks you for your continued support and readership, and welcomes your suggestions and news tips.