Monday, June 1, 2020

Lanee Danforth for Lincoln County Prosecutor

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Five additional confirmed Lincoln County Covid-19 cases

Lincoln County Public Health announced today five more confirmed COVID-19 cases.

Depoe Bay’s Pogo Robison passes

A larger-than-life figure in “The World’s Smallest Harbor” passed away Saturday, May 30, after battling recent health problems.

Lincoln City lodging reopening criteria

As Lincoln County's lodging gets ready to reopen Monday, June 1, a framework plan created by Lincoln County and its cities will need to be implemented.

U.S. Coast Guard: The Creed

Surfman mentors consistently preach patience, determination, and humility, because earning the surfman qualification isn't an easy or quick process.

Samaritan revises visitor restrictions for all facilities

Samaritan Health Services has modified the temporary visitor restrictions in place due to coronavirus for all hospitals and facilities.

Lincoln County does not meet Phase 2 reopening criteria

Governor Kate Brown released the Phase 2 reopening application process Thursday night and today the Oregon Health Authority determined Lincoln County does not meet the criteria to apply due to high community spread. 

Tenth confirmed Lincoln County COVID-19 case

Yesterday’s presumptive positive case had a negative test result so will be removed from the total.  The current totals for Lincoln County are: 10 confirmed positive, 1403 negative tests, 8 recovered, and 1 was hospitalized during illness. 

The last mayor of Depoe Bay

It would be difficult to name a more Utopian spot on the Oregon coast than Depoe Bay, a picturesque seafaring town with 1,600 largely blissful residents who are about to be flattened by a financial meteorite.

Lincoln County Sheriff: COVID-19 contact tracing scam alert

You might have heard a little about contact tracing -- the process of identifying people who have come into contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, instructing them to quarantine and monitor their symptoms daily. 

Lincoln City to hold public hearing on state revenue sharing

A public hearing will be held 6 p.m. Monday, June 8 at City Hall on the use of state revenue sharing for fiscal year 2020-2021 as provided in ORS 221.770. 

Lincoln County District Attorney

Lincoln County is voting on who will be their District Attorney for the next four years.

This is a crucial position in any county. It goes without saying that it is a position that requires honesty, integrity, experience, and skill. I believe it is also of utmost importance that the person holding this position have a heart for victims.

Our judicial system is one that seeks justice, but during the pursuit of that justice victims may feel helpless, hopeless, and at times, forgotten.

Lanee Danforth has shown through her years of service, first as a Victim Advocate, and later as a prosecutor, that she fights for victims. She puts people first and pursues justice with a passion and heart that the people of Lincoln County deserve.

Thank you, Lanee Danforth, for giving victims a voice and continuously fighting to see justice served!

Cate Duke

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  1. I will not vote for anyone that is now in office or does not talk about the issues of the state closures everyone of the candidates say they are for the people and that they do a lot for the people but when it comes right down to it , just words these people know that what the state and local government are doing is not legal blocking access to public property and not stopping law enforcement for citing people from attempting to access beaches and other areas they have the power to control or even close areas but there must be a justification to do so and the action must be the minimum needed to complete the action gulf course open beach closed airport open boat ramp closed fishing open but access to beach closed surfing closed Wal mart open pawn shop open walking path closed six studies have shown that sunshine and outside air kill the virus within two minutes while it can live up to 48 hours in your home so you are told to stay home take a deep breath and just wait it will be over soon New York has states that 66% of sick people going to the hospital come from home and they are staying they stay at home while less than 2% of the homeless have gotten sick but even with this information you are told to stay home and stay out of the fresh air and sunshine

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Depoe Bay’s Pogo Robison passes

A larger-than-life figure in “The World’s Smallest Harbor” passed away Saturday, May 30, after battling recent health problems.

Lincoln City lodging reopening criteria

As Lincoln County's lodging gets ready to reopen Monday, June 1, a framework plan created by Lincoln County and its cities will need to be implemented.

Lincoln County does not meet Phase 2 reopening criteria

Governor Kate Brown released the Phase 2 reopening application process Thursday night and today the Oregon Health Authority determined Lincoln County does not meet the criteria to apply due to high community spread. 

Tenth confirmed Lincoln County COVID-19 case

Yesterday’s presumptive positive case had a negative test result so will be removed from the total.  The current totals for Lincoln County are: 10 confirmed positive, 1403 negative tests, 8 recovered, and 1 was hospitalized during illness. 

U.S. Coast Guard: The Creed

Surfman mentors consistently preach patience, determination, and humility, because earning the surfman qualification isn't an easy or quick process.

The last mayor of Depoe Bay

It would be difficult to name a more Utopian spot on the Oregon coast than Depoe Bay, a picturesque seafaring town with 1,600 largely blissful residents who are about to be flattened by a financial meteorite.