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Alice Flory inherited her love of art from her father, spending special time together, painting and savoring each lesson shared as she grew up. Her art led her to study at the Oregon Technical…

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The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has awarded The Oregon Coast Visitors Association $735,200 for a grant titled Capturing Value by Keeping Local Seafood Local. This effort wil…

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The Oregon Division of Financial Regulation is warning Oregonians to use caution when investing in cryptocurrencies, nonfungible tokens, or other new or volatile products.

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The Newport Parks and Recreation Department announces adjustments to the operational hours of the Newport Aquatic Center starting Jan. 25. Hours are being adjusted due to staffing shortages th…

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Collectible buttons and French haute couture fashions will divert our attention from the present to the past at the Fiber Arts Studio Gallery at the Lincoln City Cultural Center, now through Feb. 20.

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This week is wellness week which is going wonderfully. Tuesday the Freshman directed Tigers to write their favorite quote on a notecard and enter it into the Tiger's respected grade bin. One n…

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Oregon Housing and Community Services (OHCS) has announced that the agency will begin accepting new applications again for the Oregon Emergency Rental Assistance Program (OERAP) starting Wedne…

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More comprehensive data analytics could help the Oregon State Police (OSP) Patrol Services Division better project future staffing needs, deploy current resources, and project overtime needs, …

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The Friends of Driftwood Public Library will present the literary series “Oregon Legacy” to the Lincoln County community on four Sunday afternoons in February 2022. The library is partnering w…

As we get into tax season, the IRS is reminding taxpayers to be on the lookout for scam emails, texts, and phone calls aimed at tricking you into disclosing personal and financial information …

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Just before six on Saturday morning, my phone lit up with texts and ringing voice messages. I was being called to a Lincoln County “coordinator” meeting to prepare for a distant tsunami projec…

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International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local Union 659 Executive Board Recording Secretary Kathy Joy is pictured making donations to the Lincoln City Food Pantry and Lincoln Ci…

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