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Hunt heats up for missing pilot

LINCOLN CITY -- An elite team of searchers, who locate missing planes that no one else can find, may be close to solving the baffling mystery of Courtland Lee Mumford, a pilot they believe disappeared in Lincoln County eight years ago.
The Missing Aircraft Search

   Case study provides insight on airport

   Crashes, ice warning slow Highway 20 travel

   ‘We feel blessed to be here’

   Newport offers homeless overnight relief

   Black Friday madness

   Housing crunch debated by county commissioners

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Siletz hungry for a title

SILETZ -- Returning the majority of a roster that finished fifth at the Class 1A State Championships at Baker High School last year, the Siletz Valley boys basketball squad is primed to make another run this season.
Led by first team all-state selection Angel

   Lady Warriors eye Mountain West crown

   Eddyville to continue rebuild in 2015-16

   Taft freshman excels under personal trainer

   Irish focused on growth

   Young talent to play crucial role for Lady Cubs

   Newport back in the pool after title run

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Lighting up Yaquina Bay

What began as a parade of just two boats more than two decades ago has blossomed into a much-anticipated seasonal celebration. Newport's annual Lighted Boat Parade will celebrate its 22nd anniversary when vessels illuminate Yaquina Bay just after dark on Saturday, Dec. 5.
The idea

   Sea of Lights to brighten aquarium with spirit of season

   Georgie’s to host ‘Dine Out for Samaritan House’

   BOBBIE'S BEAT: ‘So, how did you break your leg?’

   Whale Watch training set

   Christmas bird count is coming

   Art Fridays at the VAC

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Perfect fit: couple crafts puzzles

It all began during a leisurely drive through southern Oregon, a couple enjoying their retirement. A happenstance sighting along the trip set forth a chain reaction of events that would lead them to discover a passion neither knew existed.
"My wife and I were taking

   PushPin Show marks 25th anniversary

   Halie Loren returns to Lincoln City

   ‘Bridges to 2020’ exhibition opens Dec. 5

   Central Coast Chorale presents holiday concerts

   All-weather artist

   Del Shores presents ‘SINgularly Sordid’

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