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Yaquina Bay Lighthouse project sparks money handling rift

NEWPORT -- The beloved 144-year-old Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is in the process of being fireproofed to ensure a longer life, but funding for the project has caused a few sparks of its own.
A rift involving the handling of funds dedicated to restoring the unique
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Old Glory grounded at kite festival

LINCOLN CITY, High winds accomplished what British artillery could never do when a star-spangled banner failed to fly over the annual Lincoln City Kite Festival.
Billed as the world's largest kite, the massive "MegaFlag" was scheduled to lift off in front of a crowd of
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A patriotic celebration with Newport Symphony

NEWPORT -- The summer wind will swirl a sweeter sound around Newport on Saturday.
Beneath the baton of music director Adam Flatt, the Newport Symphony Orchestra (NSO) will perform Broadway hits and patriotic favorites, complete with a salute to the members of the armed
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ONE SUMMER DAY: One Summer Day in Lincoln County
Uploaded: Aug 29, 2014 4:22 pm Finishing touches were put on an elevated sidewalk at the site of a $19 million state highway project in Lincoln City's Nelscott district. Shovels of concrete slung by cement workers Wade Blaylock, Jeremy Heibert and Amber Adamson of Concrete Enterprises gave way to trowels and fine brushes. The fine detailing drew praise from an ODOT observer.
By: RICK BEASLEY


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