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At its Nov. 26 meeting, Lincoln City Council issued an emergency declaration, allowing our group, the Lincoln City Warming Shelter, Inc., to operate a severe-weather shelter from Taft Hall thr…

In an email response to local shellfish advocate Bill Lackner, the Western Administrator for the Department of Environmental Quality turned down a request to Governor Brown, Richard Witham the…

As our beautiful days of fall quickly turn to colder days of winter, I am reminded how blessed and fortunate we are to live and work here on the Oregon Coast and in Lincoln City. I have heard …

Perhaps not the most descriptive title, but while our family has been in a neighborhood issue with the Neighbors!

Our emergency warming shelter opens on nights that are predicted 40 degrees or below. We have been up and running since Saturday, December 1 but nobody knows because it hasn't been printed in …

I voted for increasing the room tax in Lincoln County, but I had no idea it was proposed for an expanded fairgrounds which would not be economically viable and which would be an egregious wast…

I’ve got a heartwarming, Annual Campaign story to tell you. Last week, I took a longtime donor on a tour of the Lincoln City Cultural Center. She had not been to the center in several years, s…

This Holiday Season in the shadow of the disasters we’ve seen globally, and most recently in California.

I have watched City Council discuss the problems with providing for the homeless.

I had an accident on Highway 101 in Lincoln City in the middle of the night and I would like to extend my deep appreciation for the compassionate and efficient care I received from Police Offi…

My sincere thanks to the voters of Lincoln County for their confidence in allowing me to serve a second 4-year term as their county commissioner.

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