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Hundreds of firefighters tackle blaze near Depoe Bay

DEPOE BAY -- Nearly 300 firefighters continued Wednesday, Aug. 24, to battle a series of forest fires two miles east of the city that began earlier this week on Hancock timber lands under mysterious circumstances.
Meanwhile, the Depoe Bay city reservoir has been drained dry,

   Inmates battle forest fire

   Albacore surpass salmon

   Toledo gets new leader

   Newport reflects on 50th Sister City anniversary

   Man dies in single-vehicle crash on Bear Creek Road

   English learners thriving despite area challenges

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Warriors show promise despite small numbers

SILETZ VALLEY -- The Siletz Valley football team comes into this season having lost most of their key skill position players from last year's roster, but at one position the player remains the same as it has for the last two seasons, and his play ...more

   Buccaneers rampage across obstacle course

   Lighthouse Century Ride makes its return

   First round a ‘Slam Dunk’ for sailors

   Newport survivors

   Shu aces 12th hole

   Philomath football suspended

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Down by the waterfront

The sun was shining, the music was playing and the atmosphere was festive during the 12th annual Port of Toledo Wooden Boat Show on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 20-21, held at Waterfront Park.
Port Manager Bud Shoemake said the event had a steady crowd, but

   Family fun at the fair

   Writer breaks new ground

   Group to explore coastal tributaries

   A connection between sports and wine

   Cancer screenings offered for free

   Nuts: an important component of diabetes prevention

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Beats of Nye Beach

NYE BEACH -- Ten and a half people -- seven adults, three kids, one 6-week-old baby -- perch around a drumming circle at Nye Beach, beating out a rhythm that's rapidly taking on a life of its own.
Eyes closed, almost in a trance, a

   Youth art festival coming to Toledo

   Newport School of Artistic Movement announces fall classes

   National Theatre to present ‘Hamlet’

   Central Coast Chorale announces fall season, auditions

   Performing ‘Rumpelstiltskin’

   Batida Diferente brings Brazilian jazz to Lincoln City

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