At the regular meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners on March 29, Onno Husing, director of the planning and development department, reported there has been no increase in buildi…
The Taft 7-12 boys soccer team finished up a quick season this week, ending with six total wins, two ties and two losses. The season was capped off with a big win over league foe Yamhill-Carlton.
Today, the Oregon Senate passed a budget reconciliation bill that includes $725,000 for Lincoln County’s ongoing wildfire recovery efforts.
Although Lincoln County will be heading back to High Risk of the Governor’s COVID-19 framework on Friday, the Lincoln County School District (LCSD) plans to continue making progress toward ret…
On a sunny March afternoon, young students from Lincoln City Christian School helped to plant colorful blooming perennials and a seven-foot tall Autumn Full Moon maple tree at the nearby Samar…
The Taft 7-12 girls soccer team played a pair of games last week and closed out their season with back-to-back wins against a few competitive squads.
Habitat for Humanity of Lincoln County (HFHLC) is celebrating three major milestones which represent the full lifecycle of how strong community partnerships can place more needy families in sa…
The guys and ghouls of Haunted Taft will kick off a safe and scary new season of tours on Saturday nights this spring, starting on May 1.
Samaritan Early Learning Center currently has vacancies in its Preschool Promise classroom for pre-kindergarten children at least 3 years of age and living in families with income at 200% of f…
The Lincoln County Board of Commissioners suspended new short-term rental (STR) licenses in unincorporated county areas in March 2020. While the initial suspension was for 60 days, it was exte…
As part of ongoing statewide recovery efforts for the 2020 Oregon wildfires, the Debris Management Task Force has announced an upcoming deadline for a no-cost state cleanup program.
While the Easter bunny can’t offer hugs this year, children ages 10 and under can still sneak a peek at the special rabbit despite the circumstances.
While most Taft 7-12 students were enjoying a break from school activities during spring break last week, several Tiger athletes were out on the field competing.
Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital is pleased to welcome orthopedic surgeons Craig Clark, MD, and Michael Van Anrooy, MD. They come to Samaritan through a partnership with Synergy Surgicalists, …
The City of Lincoln City issued citations to an electric scooter company based in California after they dropped off their scooters in town despite being denied use by the city council.
In the interest of public health and safety, in the face of COVID-19, (coronavirus) the Siletz Tribal Council and the Chinook Winds Senior Executive team, offered the Moderna COVID vaccine to …
The City of Lincoln City is in search of a new city manager after Ron Chandler announced this week that his final day will be April 30.
On Dec. 20, 1980, Arlene Spencer started her job at the Lincoln City Post Office. Now after over 40 years, Spencer, the current Neotsu postmaster will be retiring.
Oregon State Police (OSP) investigators have received and investigated more than 180 tips from the public, law enforcement partners and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children r…
In a quick about-face from just a week earlier, Oregon health officials announced Friday they would be meeting President Joe Biden’s May 1 deadline to open COVID-19 vaccine eligibility to all adults.
The American School Counselor Association (ASCA) recently announced Crestview Heights Elementary in Waldport, OR, and Taft Elementary in Lincoln City, OR as a Recognized ASCA Model Program (RAMP).
Early Thursday morning, March 18, 2021, members of the Lincoln City Police Department along with members of the Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office and Newport Police Department executed a search …
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