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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…

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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.

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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.

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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.

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