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Fire crews claim victory

DEPOE BAY -- Five days after laying siege to a blaze that lighted up the night sky and blanketed parts of Lincoln County in dense smoke, an army of firefighters claimed victory Saturday, Aug. 27, over the 2500 Road Fire.
A spokeswoman for the Oregon
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   Local bands get chance to open show

   Let there be rock

   Fire lines hold, crews wind down

   Juggling a backup strategy for the '2500 Road Fire'

   Teachers fight time disparity

   Focus switches to updates for commercial docks

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Irish to lean on massive line, running game

WALDPORT -- Three years ago, Jonah Land put his hand in the dirt as a freshman lineman for Waldport's football team.
Even then he knew that pushing around his senior and junior teammates was a sign of a lack of commitment from the upperclassmen. Joking,
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   Taft soccer has need for speed

   Lincoln County Jamboree opens the season

   Windless night dooms boats

   Warriors show promise despite small numbers

   Buccaneers rampage across obstacle course

   Lighthouse Century Ride makes its return

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Cell tower back in business

Following a daylong interruption of cellular service for local Verizon customers, workers Shawn Parker, left, and Kacy Gross, of Legacy Wireless, restored the signal late Wednesday, Aug. 24, with the installation of a temporary cell tower at the Depoe Bay Fire Station.
The antenna
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   New logo: ‘A symbol of renewal’

   Depoe Bay Salmon Bake is Sept. 17

   Pedestrian Safety Operation set for Sept. 1

   New and improved county fair

   Oregon Coast Learning Institute to begin 13th year

   Down by the waterfront

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