Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Reporter rides bike in Lincoln City, takes pictures

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Lincoln County Jail inmates to receive free tablets with no internet

Lincoln County Jail staff will have a new tool to supervise inmates and help them gain basic life skills with a new tablet program designed to reward good study habits and keep offenders out of custody.

Coast Guard rescues injured fisherman 150 miles off Newport shore

The Coast Guard medevaced an injured fisherman Tuesday from a 63-foot commercial fishing boat operating about 150 miles offshore from Yaquina Bay, Oregon.

Bridge work will close West Devils Lake Road

A section of NE West Devils Lake Road will be partially, then fully shutdown while Stayton-based contractor, HP Civil Inc., replaces a bridge, causing detours to Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

COVID-19 outbreak at Hillside Place senior community

Lincoln County Public Health and Hillside Place of Lincoln City announced today the results of testing of all staff and residents done on Friday.

Students at Samaritan Early Learning Center enjoy wealth of new books

The young readers at Samaritan Early Learning Center have a newly expanded library, thanks to a $1,700 grant from the Walter R. Behrens Foundation, which funds charitable, literary and educational enrichment opportunities in North Lincoln County.

OSP identifies deceased female found near Otter Rock

Oregon State Police issued a news release at 2:11 p.m. July 31, identifying the deceased female found on the beach near Otter Rock

Joe the Sea Lion getting a new coat

Concerned citizens who were worried about Nelcott's Joe the Sea Lion being the target of vandals can rest easy as the City of Lincoln City is in the process of restoring the statue.

Driver who crashed into house in stable condition

The driver of a car that crashed into a house on NW Jetty Thursday is listed in stable condition according to Legacy Emanuel Hospital staff in Portland. 

Health advisory lifted for D River Beach

The Oregon Health Authority today lifted a public health advisory for contact with marine water at D River Beach located in Lincoln City.

Nine things to know about COVID-19 transmission

For a clear, local snapshot of what is known about virus transmission today, Mollie Vance, RN, supervisor of Lincoln County Public Health’s communicable disease division, participated in the following Q & A.

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I rode my bike through the seven miles that is Lincoln City Monday and took some pictures along the way.

The beach at D River Wayside was deserted. It’s for the birds right now.

A bit of good news. The Pacific Ocean is still there.

All the birds were grouped together, perhaps because of a lack of humans on a sunny day?

Construction is chugging along at City Hall. They appear to be getting a lot of work done.

Rite-Aid after an officer-involved shooting. There were two holes in the front of the building and two windows were boarded up.

Bear Valley Nursery has a COVID-19-era sign up.

Other businesses have also stepped up their signage.

Safeway’s parking lot. Shoppers were coming out with some pretty full carts.

Most people in Lincoln City were wearing masks. Even ones in cars driving down the road.

Definitely saw social distancing in Lincoln City today.

Stay safe everyone.

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Justin Werner
Justin Wernerhttps://wernerhost.com/
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.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you for giving me insight as to what the opposite end of town,from where I live,looks like right now.Your photos ,are great,especially the ones of our beautiful ocean,reminding me of how lucky we are to live along our gorgeous coast.Also,thank you for the great reporting job of all that’s happening in our city.It is appreciated!!

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