featured

Lincoln County Counsel Wayne Belmont, who has also performed the duties of county administrator during his tenure with the county, will be stepping down from his position next month. In antici…

featured
  • Updated

As the COVID-19 pandemic eases in Lincoln City, more folks are taking advantage of Lincoln City Parks and Recreation (LCP&R) programs.

featured
  • Updated

Under the guidance and direction of Noah Lambie — art, physics and career technical education teacher at Taft 7-12 — students learn graphic design, create jewelry with an epilog laser and can …

featured
  • Updated

With more people flocking to Lincoln City and surrounding beach communities as the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions ease, Oregon State Parks and Recreation (OPRD) officials are concerned about t…

featured
  • Updated

With conditions drier than normal for this time of year, the Oregon Department of Forestry’s Western Lane, South Cascade and West Oregon districts will enter fire season at 12:01 a.m. on Wedne…

featured
  • Updated

This Spring Taft artists finished 2nd and 4th in Oregon’s statewide Congressional Art Competition.  Both entries are self-portraits.  Kevin Acosta--Lopez’s piece, ‘Kevin’ received 4th and Tyle…

featured
  • Updated

Oregon is moving into a more dangerous and more intense wildfire season complicated by the state’s continued and deepening drought.

featured
  • Updated

With tourism surging in Lincoln City as the pandemic restrictions ease, Lincoln City Police are bracing for the impact this summer.

featured
  • Updated

The road less traveled seldom leads to the same destination.  The road for some students is not typical, as some students don’t fit the mold of traditional educational structure.  Some student…

editor's pick featured
  • Updated

Oregon could be fully reopened in two weeks if the state can maintain its current COVID-19 vaccination rate.

featured

It was a loss to the community when a fire burned the Otis Café on the evening of the Fourth of July last year. The kitchen of the restaurant — a well-known and popular spot on the Salmon Rive…

editor's pick featured

Oregon Sen. Jeff Merkley hopes to use his post on a powerful senate committee to increase funding for wildfire prevention efforts.

featured
  • Updated

At their regular meeting May 24, the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners voted to extend, for a fourth time, the moratorium on short-term rental licenses in unincorporated areas of Lincoln C…

featured
  • Updated

Dr. Lesley Ogden, chief executive officer of Samaritan North Lincoln and Samaritan Pacific Communities hospitals, offered a frank assessment of where the county and the state stand in the stru…

featured
  • Updated

Remembering our Veterans on Memorial Day with a tradition of tribute. This tradition of the American flags being flown began decades ago with The North Lincoln Lions club.

featured
  • Updated

Oregon Health Authority (OHA) today lifted a public health advisory for contact with ocean water at D River Beach, located in Lincoln County. The agency issued the advisory May 27 after water …

Subscribe to our publication today!

Subscribe for just $60.00/year, or claim your FREE access if you are already a subscriber.