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Maiming of gulls continues around Waldport

WALDPORT -- The malicious maiming of seagulls in and around Waldport is happening again.
The incidents, where gulls have been impaled with darts, have been going on for about six months.
The injuring of area gulls was thought to have stopped, as no new incidents

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Youth to lead Boomers

TOLEDO -- Following a difficult season in an extremely competitive league, the Lady Boomers basketball squad is geared up and ready to impress during the 2014-2015 season.
Under the tutelage of second year Head Coach Robert McAfee, Toledo will look to overcome its inexperience

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Club says good communication works anywhere

LINCOLN CITY -- A small but well-spoken club that helps people polish their public prowess is taking its message behind bars,
"It's all about communication," said Alan Edinger, whose mastery of body language and the spoken word reflect his 25-year membership in Toastmasters International. "I

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'Young Frankenstein' comes alive

NEWPORT -- Dr. Frederick Frankenstein is center stage, dressed in his lab coat, safety goggles and gloves, when he suddenly yells, "It's alive!"
Before that magical moment, as well as after, the younger Frankenstein, played by Justin Atkins in "Young Frankenstein," the new Mel Brooks

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ONE SUMMER DAY: One Summer Day in Lincoln County
Uploaded: Aug 29, 2014 4:24 pm With both motor lifeboats at sea and a skeleton crew operating the communications room, the usual four-member job of Evening Colors fell to Boatswain’s Mate 1st Class Chris Wheatley. The 16-year veteran stepped smartly from his job as duty officer to retrieve U.S., USCG and POW-MIA flags at the end of the day.

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