To honor Jim Fossum, our Sports Editor, Lincoln City Homepage has dedicated this edition of the Homepage-Mini to sports. With the success of Taft’s athletics its a no-brainer to share all this winning with Lincoln City.
Lincoln City Homepage-Mini 003 – Sports Edition
A Lincoln County Sheriff's Office investigation has led to the arrest of three individuals surrounding a carjacking in Otis Monday night and a fourth suspect remains at large and is considered armed and dangerous.
As we go through the coronavirus crisis, we are all, first and foremost, concerned about the health of our loved ones and communities.
The most recent data suggests that current social distancing measures could cut transmission rates between 50-70 percent if Oregonians maintain limitations on virus-spreading interactions into early May.
Unacast, a data company that provides cellphone location data and analysis, recently revealed a product called the Social Distancing Scoreboard. The scoreboard provides letter grades for every county and state in America based on how residents are practicing social distancing.
Lincoln County Public Health announced today another positive case of COVID-19. The new case brings Lincoln County’s total to 3 confirmed cases.
Lincoln County Public Health announced today Lincoln County’s second positive case of COVID-19, bringing Lincoln County’s total to two confirmed cases.
Lincoln County Emergency Public Information Call Center is answering the public's questions and keeping mental health in check with trained volunteers to take pressure off of essential services.
Chinook Winds Casino Resort announced Monday night it will stay closed through at least April 15, lay off employees and cancel hotel bookings due to Covid-19.
Lil Sambo's has been a coastal landmark since the 50s and recently closed along with myriad other restaurants due to COVID-19, but restaurateur Cary Moore has built a drive-up window to bring pancakes and bacon to the sheltered masses.
Justin Werner is founder and publisher of Lincoln City Homepage and a journalist reporting news for the fine citizens of Lincoln City, Oregon and beyond. He's on a mission to seek out truth and isn't afraid to be the tip of the spear for freedom of the press. When he's not wearing his reporter hat, you can find him enjoying the Oregon Coast with his wife and three children.
Homepage-Mini number five is live. This issue features the best story Jim Fossum has written to date: It's All in the Family for Taft Baseball Stars. It tells the story of three Tiger greats, Jack Stempel, Josh Salsbery and Caleb King.