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Lincoln City ‘Senior Pastor’ George Moore dies at age 93

At 12:50 a.m. Thursday, March 4, Lincoln City’s “Senior Pastor” George Moore, passed peacefully in his sleep at Life Care Center in McMinnville.

Chasity Lei Lani Sargent – Nov. 6, 2001-April 11, 2019

Chasity Lei Lani Sargent, 17 resident of Newport, Oregon died April 11, 2019 at Randall Children's Hospital after a sudden cardiac arrest. Chasity was born on November 6, 2001 in Lincoln City, Oregon.

Homepage honors passing of loved ones with free obituary section

Homepage is pleased to announce the addition of a free obituary section based on your submissions regarding the passing of your loved ones.

Dylan J. Givargiznia – March 26, 1999 – Nov. 16, 2018

Dylan J. Givargiznia, of Oshkosh, Wis., overcame his 14-year battle with cancer on Friday, Nov. 16, 2018. He was 19.

John Skipper – A lifelong passion for service

John Lloyd Skipper Jr. was born in New Smyrna Beach, Florida on Sept. 26, 1932
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Three new confirmed COVID-19 cases, two connected to Pacific Seafood plant

Lincoln County Public Health announced three more confirmed COVID-19 cases today. This brings the current case count to 26 confirmed and four presumptive for a total of 30 cases. 

Committee to probe Depoe Bay finances

The city council voted unanimously this week to create a new committee to study Depoe Bay’s troubled finances, battered by the Covid-19 crisis, inadequate business software and mismanagement by a former top official.

Cluster of COVID-19 Cases Confirmed in Lincoln County

NEWPORT, Ore. – Lincoln County Public Health is investigating an outbreak of confirmed COVID-19 cases.  Five of the recently announced cases are connected to Pacific Seafood in Newport.

Depoe Bay rejects 24-hour rule as motels return to business as usual

Motels and vacation rentals here are once again open to tourists and operating at a relative gallop after city officials rejected a 24-hour turnaround policy recommended by county officials.

Three new COVID-19 cases confirmed for Lincoln County

Lincoln County Public Health announced three more confirmed COVID-19 cases today. This brings the current case count to 23 confirmed and two presumptive for a total of 25 cases.