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Highway 20 reopens after being closed because of police activity

NEWPORT -- A stretch of Highway 20 was reopened between Milepost 1 and Moore Drive after being shuttered Wednesday afternoon because of police activity.
The road reopened about 5:43 p.m., authorities said.
The highway was closed about 4:20 p.m., with traffic being diverted through
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Early season battle

NEWPORT -- Two up-and-coming girls soccer programs kicked off the 2015 season at Morrow Field on Friday, marking a number of firsts for both programs.
Taft and Newport closed out their opening match with a 1-1 tie, as Joey Acre-Torres coached his first game
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   Gridiron skills on display at scrimmage

   Jimenez lifts talented Cubs past Taft

   Tigers race to top finish in Santiam

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   Showcase opens fall season

   Faxon to lead Eddyville runners into action

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It’s back to school time

It's that time of year again. People will soon start seeing a lot more yellow on the highways and byways around Lincoln County as Mid Columbia Bus Company (MidCo) gets back on the road to transport students to and from school.
Under contract with the
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   Reading circle to discuss ‘Little Women’

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George Winston to perform

Once in a decade.
It has been more than 10 years since world-class pianist George Winston's folk piano sound last filled the Alice Silverman Theatre. The opportunity to hear his scene-inspired Steinway is set for Saturday, Sept. 12, at the Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC). ...more

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   ‘Nunsensations!’ opens in Yachats

   Becky Miller opens new studio/gallery

   Dance classes offered

   ‘Off the Leash’ art show concludes Aug. 31

   Visual arts center offers Saturday tour

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Uploaded: Aug 29, 2014 11:57 am Kyleen Rowley, right, hands over two freshly brewed coffee drinks to Sue Beilman at Ki’s Coffee Shop at Devil’s Churn. Beilman stopped for an afternoon pick-me-up on her way back home from Alaska to Kingman, Ariz.
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