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Hatfield releases octopus, seeks replacement

NEWPORT -- The release of Hatfield Marine Science Center's resident octopus Wednesday morning was fairly uneventful. Yet it was still notably different from others.
There is no octopus waiting to take the releasee's place this time.
The giant Pacific octopuses displayed in the Hatfield
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   Late shift adds life to historic Depoe Bay Bridge

   Warp speed, Scotty!

   Civilian labor force strengthens in July

   Electronic message board proposed in Newport

   Hiking for Huntington’s disease

   LCSD joins social media

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Boomers embark on a ‘new era’

TOLEDO -- Jon Helmandollar, Toledo's first-year head football coach, has made his intentions very clear.
"It's a new era for football in Toledo," he said.
After a season of ups and downs that included some frustrating losses and a two-week stretch where injuries robbed
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   Irish get back to basics

   Cubs build around solid core

   Tigers taking on a tough crowd

   Warriors bring out new weapons

   Cubs crank it up

   Newport High staff, players organize rec center’s annual summer program

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Pirates Plundered -- Scalawags blamed for confusion

DEPOE BAY -- The boot was on the other foot Saturday for about 100 pirates who descended on the world's smallest navigable port.
By the end of their record-setting event, the buccaneers' treasure ended up in somebody else's chest -- about $2,000 cash plus
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   Locally grown goodies shine

   Partnership permanently protects headland

   Catholic Church celebrates 125 years

   Volk’s Yoga-Pilates Studio begins new term

   Local businesses support Newport Library storytime

   Practicing peace

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‘Mother and Child’ unveiled

A new sculpture was unveiled as part of the Oregon Coast Council for the Arts annual meeting on Aug. 13.
"Mother and Child," a bronze sculpture by sculptor Mary Lewis, was dedicated at its new home in a courtyard outside the Newport Performing Arts Center.
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   OCCA hosts annual meeting

   ‘Mary Shelley’ plays the PAC

   Concert features a musical variety

   Billy Mack plays Friday show

   New spotlight show opens

   A meal with Will

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DIVE N' SURF OREGON PRO: Pro surfers challenge Nelscott Reef
Uploaded: Mar 14, 2014 1:46 pm Dwarfed by the towering swell at Nelscott Reef, a surfer attempts to outrace the breaking wave during a contest for professional surfers that drew 48 world-class participants to Lincoln City on March 12, 2014.
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