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Dredging at terminal could begin soon

NEWPORT -- The Port of Newport has tentative plans to dredge an estimated 9,000 cubic yards of silt material in front of its International Terminal during a two-day period this month.
The port has received a permit from the Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL)

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Cubs ready to reload for fall

NEWPORT -- It would almost be easier to tally up which key players the Newport Cubs didn't lose to graduation from last year's state tournament team.
An elite striker, two top-flight midfielders, a superb goalkeeper and almost all of a back row that limited

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Headed back to school

NEWPORT -- The start of school is less than a week away, meaning it's time to prepare those youngsters for their first day of lessons. Doing so for some, though, can be more of a struggle than for others.
To help those who are struggling

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   Yaquina Head volunteers receive awards

   Biography features former city manager

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A new face at the VAC

NEWPORT -- There's a new face at the Newport Visual Arts Center (VAC).
Tom Webb recently signed on to work as the interim manager of facilities and exhibitions at the VAC.
Webb made the move to Newport about three weeks ago. Prior to coming to

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   New show opens Aug. 30

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Uploaded: Aug 29, 2014 4:01 pm Rich Hood, of Yachats, carefully climbs down from the rafters of a pavilion while retrieving a smiley face balloon belonging to his young daughters.

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