Saturday, July 11, 2020


David Gomberg

Gomberg: Special Session Recap

Much has and will be written about this emergency session called by the Governor. Special sessions are infrequent and unusual in the first place. Usually they are called after broad agreement is reached on the issues to be considered. 

Dial 2-1-1 to get your share of Covid windfall

Fat checks from Washington were just the tip of the iceberg as government officials from Lincoln City to the state capitol continue to throw cash at the Covid-19 pandemic.

Addressing systemic racism in Oregon

We are fortunate to live in a special part of America that values racial, ethnic, religious, and cultural diversity. But anyone paying attention this week knows that problems persist. Systemic, institutional, and interpersonal racism remains in our country and in our state that must be addressed.

Rep. Gomberg exonerated in sexual harassment investigation

Oregon House Representative David Gomberg has been cleared of any wrongdoing by the House Special Committee on Conduct in response to a woman who said she overheard him "joking" about a prostate cancer treatment at an annual industry dinner in 2019.

Gomberg: ‘Unemployment inboxes were overwhelmed’

For weeks I have been talking to the Governor's office and agencies about our situation here in HD 10. The central and north coast currently suffer the highest unemployment rates in the state.

Rep. Gomberg responds to questions concerning hospitality industry

Lincoln City Homepage sent an email to Oregon Rep. David Gomberg Friday asking what could be done about hotels and vacation rentals remaining open in Lincoln City.

Oregon Rep. Gomberg to hold town halls

Oregon State Representative David Gomberg will be holding a series of town halls in March and April where the public is invited to share concerns, ask questions and review the recently concluded legislative session.

Gomberg: New Year, New Laws

With the new year, comes the implementation of new laws approved by the Oregon State Legislature in 2019.

Gomberg: Healthcare, food, Real ID, forestry and economics

The state is enjoying one of the longest stretches of economic growth in its history – and Oregonians expect things will get even better before they eventually cool off.

There’s much to be thankful for in House District 10

Last week saw a flurry of activity in the Capitol as we convened for November Legislative Days.
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Oregon FBI goes virtual with ‘Teen Series’

Portland's FBI field office has launched an online learning experience for students designed to let them explore the world of law enforcement.

Lincoln City Police officers arrest identity theft suspects

Lincoln City Police Officer Hayden Tolzman responded to a report of possible identity theft by a male and female at the Shearwater Inn, Sunday, July 5, that led to a foot chase, taser deployment and a stolen gun.

Most restaurants and bars in Oregon following COVID-19 requirements

Oregon Liquor Control Commission inspectors swept across Oregon over the Fourth of July weekend and checked 800 businesses for compliance with social distancing requirements issued by Governor Kate Brown.

Biplane soars through space and time

In the skies over Depoe Bay and Lincoln City, a modern-day barnstormer in an open-cockpit biplane is giving passengers a journey through space and time seldom found at the soulless tarmacs of modern airports.

DA says Clark County Seven did not commit bias crime

Seven Clark County men were recently arrested in Lincoln City for illegal fireworks, yelling racial slurs and using Nazi salutes to harass a black family on Independence Day, prompting the Lincoln County District Attorney to issue a statement about the incident.