The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) will begin issuing $170 million in Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) food benefits to 434,000 students and young children in Oregon beginning this week.
Oregon Gov. Tina Kotek said she expects to sign a historic affordable housing and homelessness solution legislation package into law this week.
Tourism in Lincoln City is a key economic factor that provides hundreds of jobs, fuels businesses sustainability, and impacts the city’s livability.
The Lincoln City Cultural Center's Festival of Illusions 2023 Festival is underway this week offering family-friendly festivities.
It is called, One Oregon Listening Tour, and Gov.Tina Kotek brought her fifth stop of the statewide tour to Lincoln County Friday, March 24.
Lincoln City ‘s infamous octopus branding image is about to go sky-high.
The skeleton of a rare 70-foot blue whale that washed up on the Oregon Coast several years ago will journey to Alberta, Canada later this week so a team of preservation and restoration special…
Lincoln City Police Department (LCPD) officers will be taking part in a day-long specialized training session at Oceanlakle Elementary School, 2420, NE 22nd Street. April 1.
While spring is known to bring nice weather, it also marks the return of high school baseball and softball around Oregon.
Affordable Housing and Emergency Homelessness Response Package,
Spring is just around the corner, and while improving weather is expected, it also means the return of spring sports at Taft High School.
New research by an Oregon State University-led team is beginning to unravel the times of year and locations where whales are at greatest danger of entanglement in fishing gear on the Oregon Coast.
The Pacific Fishery Management Council has joined a chorus of voices recommending the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) rescind the current Oregon call areas designated for floating off…
As Oregon heads into spring, heavy rainfall and snow melt are expected to follow, which may lead to flooding in many areas.
Oregon legislators State Rep. Tawna Sanchez, a licensed social worker, Rep. Travis Nelson, and Rep. Lisa Reynolds have introduced the Alcohol Harm Reduction Act (HB 3312).
Oregon Secretary of State Shemia Fagan has released an advisory report from the Oregon Audits Division today examining the impact of House Bill 2005, also known as the Pay Equity Bill.
Oregon will receive $18.9 million from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law to address emerging contaminants like Per- and Polyfluoroalkyl Substances (PFAS) in drinking water.
When it’s grey, rainy, and cold for months on end, it can be easy to feel a little down. This is not uncommon and is often referred to as the “Winter Blues.”
A Corvallis woman faces criminal charges after she allegedly drove her vehicle into a reservoir near Newport.
U.S. Senators Ron Wyden, D-Ore., Michael Bennet, D- Colo., and John Hickenlooper, D-Colo., have introduced the Protect the West Act to make a $60 billion investment in the nation’s forests to …
The Red Cross Cascades Region is urging people to roll up their sleeves and give blood or platelets after a late record snowfall forced the cancellation of more than two dozen drives, which re…
Explore Lincoln City Director Ed Dreistadt has announced his retirement, effective May 1.
Lincoln City Mayor Susan Wahlke is scheduled to deliver her State of the City address Feb. 28 at the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
A research team, including a scientist from Oregon State University, has provided the first experimental evidence that a species of endangered sea star protects kelp forests along North Americ…
Details are emerging following a natural gas line leak that led to a fire in east Lincoln City.
Oregon’s open beaches, rugged mountains, and grape-filled hillsides make it a popular destination for visitors. But there’s something else about Oregon that attracted nearly 125,000 people fro…
It is being called a "momentous and celebratory event," by supporters of the Lincoln City Cultural Center.
Lincoln County will receive $456,027 in federal housing funds.
A major winter snowstorm has blanketed much of Lincoln County and surrounding areas.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is seeking public review and comment on a draft Environmental Assessment (EA) of a proposal to restore important estuarine habitat in the Drift Creek…
Lincoln County is one of several across the state that will receive a portion of $2.7 million from the Oregon State Fire Marshal (OSFM) for wildfire risk reduction projects.
An amendment to the Oregon Constitution to protect the right of the people to fish, hunt, harvest and gather has been introduced at the Oregon Legislature by Oregon Legislative Sportsmen’s Cau…