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Cool decision saved lives but Mayor’s crash-landing earns reprimand, recall

NEWPORT — Pilots who keep their cool to save the lives of passengers in the most desperate aviation circumstances are sometimes hailed as heroes before getting hung out to dry like Mayor Dean Sawyer!

What I do when terrorists attack

When little Harper, daughter of Gimp, the naval aviator, looks up at her grandpa and asks what he did when the terrorists attacked, I’ll say I picked up my gun and turned somebody in.

How to Fish the Secret Streams of the Siletz

The summer rain forests of the Oregon coast are hot, bug-infested and brutally uninviting unless you are looking for wild cutthroat trout that will strike with every cast.

I’m not taking a pen to a swordfight

Guns! Sorry, I didn’t mean to startle you, but they’re back in the news.

History-making mayor of Depoe Bay dies at 76

DEPOE BAY — An acclaimed former mayor who defied racial barriers in police work and politics has died at the age of 76.

How moviemakers drove Depoe Bay ‘Cuckoo’ in 1975

DEPOE BAY — Imagine this usually noisy port oddly hushed as a loudspeaker echoes off the high rock walls, “Quiet Please! Lights…Camera…Action!”

Top 10 extras for your Tsunami Kit

Congratulations. You’ve survived the Flood of ’99, the Windstorm of ’13 and the Election Year Wildfires. You’ve dodged the Wuhan Bat Virus and brought your stash of toilet paper back to pre-Covid levels.

Outdoors: Five Questions, Five Answers

As the Hunting & Fishing Correspondent for this otherwise urbane and sophisticated web site, I figured my latest writing gig was just a good excuse to scour the county for hot-spot intelligence from numerous pistoleros, grizzled charter operators and bartenders around Lincoln County.

The best hunt ever

There’s a reason they call it the Bull’s Bag, an unexpected five-mile coil in the Siletz River that confounds rookie drifters and appears on a map like the scrotum of an elk. It gets worse.

Courser claims ag abandoned by Schrader

The suddenly-tight race in the fertile U.S. 5th District could hinge on Oregon family farms and rural communities slammed by pandemic and wildfire, claimed the challenger to a six-term incumbent who has severed his official ties to agriculture.

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