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On the lookout for invasive species

NEWPORT -- Considering the growing problem involving invasive species on Oregon's central coast, it's not surprising that the county's noxious weed program will receive the largest of 29 Siuslaw National Forest grants distributed this year to seven counties.
But the need for the $66,550 grant

   Silhouette along the surf

   Hospitals boost Lincoln County economy

   Disputed surfing permit goes to California company

   Strong winds, light rain anticipated this weekend

   Road construction near Yachats to cause travel delays

   Olalla Reservoir closed to the public

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Late rally sparks Irish

TOLEDO -- In a nail bitter between Lincoln County and Sunset Conference opponents, the Toledo and Waldport volleyball squads battled into five sets on Oct. 7, with the Irish snagging a 3-2 victory.
The Boomers took the first set of the match 25-22, but

   Tigers remain unbeaten in conference competition

   Lincoln County Sports Roundup

   Agate Beach Surf Classic postponed due to weather

   High school sports participation increases

   Comeback falls short

   Run game propels Boomers past Gold Beach

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Raising money for academics

NEWPORT -- Schools nationwide struggle with funding challenges, meaning that teachers often go without classroom supplies or purchase them out of their own pockets.
Newport High School is no exception, but a dedicated group of parents, community members, and teachers has banded together to

   Mushroom festival is Oct. 16-18 in Yachats

   BOBBIE'S BEAT: Oh baby!

   Library features holy book display

   Eliminate food waste, make compost

   Sustainable living seminar offered Oct. 13

   Bongo Bingo at the Eventuary

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Comedy opens at PAC

A sidesplitting comedy about middle-age siblings will take center stage when "Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike" opens 7 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 9 at the Newport Performing Arts Center.
The setting of the play, a serene farmhouse in Bucks County, Penn., is

   Group art show opens in Lincoln City

   Bartow's work to be featured at gallery

   Mask Show 2015 opens Oct. 9

   Calling all molls and gangsters

   Classical music for marijuana lovers

   Coastal-Aires invites new members

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