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Lincoln City means to ‘go green’

Lincoln City City Councilors will hear from the City's Sustainability Committee this Monday at city hall on how to increase local businesses' bottom lines by going green.

Oregon: Choose wildlife over waste

I grew up visiting polluted Southern California beaches and can't remember a single day trip searching for shells in which we weren't able to find weathered remnants of foam cups.

Cougar Mountain Riders seek volunteers to ‘SOLVE’ trash in woods

Cougar Mountain Riders Association and Solve Oregon are seeking volunteers from the Lincoln City area for the 9th Annual Woods Clean-Up, set to take place Saturday from 9 a.m.-2 p.m. on National Forest Development Road 1726 off East Devils Lake Road.

House passes bill to ban oil, gas drilling off Oregon Coast

The state House of Representatives passed legislation Tuesday to ban offshore oil and gas drilling in Oregon.
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Fire victims rebuilding face double taxation from school district

A tax passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2007 is the subject of controversy as fire victims rebuilding say they are being taxed twice. 

Former Ethics Commission Chair Backs Thatcher for SOS

Although I am a registered Libertarian, I am crossing party lines and will vote for Kim Thatcher enthusiastically.

COVID, Climate and 2020

2020 has been a strange year, globally, nationally and personally -- and it isn’t over yet.

Spooky Spectacular: Drive-thru trick-or-treating edition

Traditional Halloween trick-or-treating is up in the air due to COVID-19 this year, but Kiwanis of Lincoln City, Lincoln City Outlets and Explore Lincoln City are making drive-thru-candy-grabbing a thing.

LCPD Officer Wehrley to lead Lincoln City K9 unit

LCPD Officer Molly Wehrley will be Lincoln City's first K9 handler and will head to California in November to bring a new canine member to the force.