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Better than jail time

NEWPORT -- One of Lincoln County's most valuable and highly visible public programs involves low-risk criminal offenders working in the community rather than serving time in jail.
The county's Adult Parole & Probation work crews can be seen performing a large variety of jobs, weather

   Budgeting for growth at OCCC

   Board chair retires in light of recall petition

   Insider seeks approval for Elks Lodge

   Short-term financial straits

   Rape trial begins for Toledo man

   Woman allegedly sics dog on victim

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Paynter wins summer series opener

NEWPORT -- Treacherous terrain, potholes, a few low-hanging branches and slick roots highlighted the first round of Ardor Adventures' Summer Trail Series on Wednesday, June 22, where more than one runner crossed the finish line with a bit of mud and a bloody scrape.

   Waldport pins down choice for new wrestling coach

   Tide drop first two of Papa's Pizza tourney

   Newport runners going camping

   Hurty Siblings continue to dominate the pool

   Local youths rip surfing competition

   Tide slammed in loss to Rockets

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Fire hall renamed

LINCOLN CITY -- Elmo Francis "Saint" St. Clair was truly a saint, according to people who remembered the former fire chief during a Friday, June 10, ceremony to rename the Taft Fire Station after the beloved volunteer.
"As the fire chief, he put his heart,

   Meet Your Coastie

   ‘A real dog, a man’s dog’

   Jugglemaniac Rhys Thomas returns to Lincoln County libraries

   Amateur radio demonstrations in Toledo

   Toledo's Main Street sees tread

   Gleneden Beach gearing up for Fourth of July

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The sounds of summer

With just 10,000 residents who call Newport a permanent home, the coastal haven is an objectively small town.
But as its music enthusiasts know, like Newport Symphony Orchestra Board President John Lavrakas, the talent it draws and fosters is anything but.

   ‘24-Hour Theatre’ returns to the PAC

   Auditions set for June 27

   ‘Dangerous Liaisons’ at the PAC June 24

   Sherwood wins People's Choice in Itty Bitty Show

   Summer music day camp offered

   Come one, come all

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