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The police blotter relates the public record of incidents as reported by the Lincoln City Police. Information printed is preliminary and subject to change. See the full week’s police blotter a…

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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…

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

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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 …

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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…

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The police blotter relates the public record of incidents as reported by the Lincoln City Police. Information printed is preliminary and subject to change. See the full week’s police blotter a…

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The number of search and rescue missions in Oregon has steadily increased since the COVID-19 pandemic began, according to the Oregon Office of Emergency Management (OEM).

Join us for the return of our program Story Time at the Museum with Doug Force on Saturday, June 19th at 1 pm. This summertime themed Story Time will be held outdoors near the entrance of the …

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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…

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

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

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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…

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