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Dungeness crab season opener delayed

NEWPORT -- The Dec. 1 opening of the Oregon commercial Dungeness crab season has been delayed for an estimated two weeks due to elevated levels of domain acid.
"We are being very, very careful with this huge fishery because of its importance to the coastal

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Irish focused on growth

WALDPORT -- Inexperience on all fronts led to a winless campaign last year for the Waldport girls basketball team. But after losing only one senior to graduation, the program is looking to bounce back in 2015-16.
Led by Head Coach Michelle Severson, the Lady

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   Newport back in the pool after title run

   Core group returning for Tigers swim team

   Developing a culture

   New coach instilling confidence in Lady Boomers

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Art Fridays at the VAC

Art instruction for young people is the focus of a new program called Art Fridays, which is underway at the Newport Visual Arts Center.
"The arts instruction has been cut back in schools," said Tom Webb, director of the VAC. "I know they're trying to

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   Big Timber hosts Turkey Shoot

   NUTRITIONAL WISDOM: Risks associated with statin drugs

   Newport Library offering computer classes in December

   Holiday lights at Shore Acres

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All-weather artist

MC Wiegand regularly feels restrained by a regimented routine of responsibilities. In 1969, she discovered the antidote was in art. "We're all regimented; we have to do certain things every day," said Wiegand as she unfolded her wooden easel amid an afternoon rain shower in ...more

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   ‘Avenue Q’ continues at PAC

   Book release party planned at Café Mundo

   Benefit concert planned for Taft High student

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COAST HILLS CLASSIC OF 2014: Coast Hills Classic of 2014
Uploaded: May 7, 2014 4:00 pm Danny Santana of Alsea pushed his way through the course, successfully completing the 12- mile race in the Novice Men's 19-39 category.
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