A group of people lined Highway 101 in Lincoln City Wednesday to display signs with different messages in protest of Governor Kate Brown's Executive Order and other actions which shut down Oregon amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown issued an executive order Monday, tightening restrictions on commerce and ordering Oregonians to stay home to the "maximum extent possible."
In a live stream video Friday night, Governor Kate Brown ordered all Oregonians to remain at home with a new slogan: "stay home, stay healthy."
Governor Kate Brown announced a statewide school closure for K-12 students in Oregon Thursday night starting Monday, March 16 and lasting until Tuesday, March 31.
Gov. Kate Brown unveiled new measures to combat COVID-19 during a live stream Thursday morning that includes banning large gatherings and other social distancing measures to slow the pandemic.
Lincoln County Captain of "Flush Kate Brown Down" Geoffrey Petersen was asked to leave State Park property Saturday afternoon by a state park ranger for his "Recall Kate Brown Here" petition table at D River Wayside.
Lincoln City Troop 10143 will be among the honorees when Oregon Gov. Kate Brown proclaims Tuesday, March 12, as Girl Scout Leadership Day in Oregon.
The Oregon Senate has confirmed Gov. Kate Brown’s appointment of Steve Strode as Real Estate Commissioner. Strode officially started his duties Feb. 25.
Oregon Governor Kate Brown signed an executive order directing agencies to mitigate, provide state resources and seek federal resources to assist Lincoln County water users during drought conditions.
Oregon Air National Guard Col. Donna M. Prigmore was promoted to the rank of brigadier general in a ceremony, August 5, 2018.
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A tax passed by the Oregon Legislature in 2007 is the subject of controversy as fire victims rebuilding say they are being taxed twice.
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Although I am a registered Libertarian, I am crossing party lines and will vote for Kim Thatcher enthusiastically.
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.