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Yaquina Head light remains off during repairs

NEWPORT -- Now dark for several weeks, the light typically shining out to sea from Yaquina Head Lighthouse will continue to remain off for a few more months.
Preservation work being done to the historic lighthouse, including surface repairs and a fresh coat of paint

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Wet Pet Vet

One tiny red and blue fish, the cardinal tetra, a staple of hobbyists' fish tanks everywhere, could be the key to saving large swaths of its native Amazon ecosystem from environmental degradation. A decades-old sustainable fishery for the thumb-sized tetra is getting some help from ...more

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Dia de los Muertos

NEWPORT -- A special celebration honoring the dead is coming to the Newport Visual Arts Center on Sunday.
The Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead celebration, will provide attendees with a fun and intriguing cultural experience.
Dia de los Muertos is a

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   Wine, chocolate and art on the menu

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COAST HILLS CLASSIC OF 2014: Coast Hills Classic of 2014
Uploaded: May 7, 2014 4:18 pm Local rider Ben Laurel of Newport carries his bike uphill following a tricky right turn on the course. Laurel came out on top as the overall winner in the 12-mile race.
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