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Wildfire danger climbs

NEWPORT -- According to new data released by a fire-ratings authority, nearly 1,000 structures in the Newport area worth $187 million are at "high risk" for destruction by wildfire.
In addition, more than 2,000 structures with a replacement value of $414.5 million are at "moderate

   Rain showers in weekend forecast

   A sober reminder

   Putting a spin on prevention

   Lifesaving efforts honored

   Room tax to reach new heights

   Crime wave washes over county

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Too hot to handle

LINCOLN CITY -- Even through difficult weather conditions, the Lady Tigers softball squad finds a way to dominate.
On Tuesday, 3A No. 4 ranked Taft battled strong, chilly winds against Sheridan/Sheridan Japanese Charter (4-9) and still walked away with a 12-3 victory.
The win

   Taft shells Sheridan

   Lady Cubs explode past Philomath

   Toledo Softball powers past Siletz Valley

   Lincoln County Sports Roundup

   Long ball launches Newport

   Vinjamuri a blur in Coos Bay

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Coffee and community

YACHATS -- Growing up close to Boston, Deborah Gisetto always loved coffee houses and their importance to community and culture.
"The Green Dragon was a historic inn/coffee house in Boston -- it was there that they planned the famous Boston Tea Party," said Gisetto.

   BOBBIE'S BEAT: Boo boos, bunnies and blondes

   Fish & chips float flower’s fleet

   Earth Day celebrations

   Battle of the Books challenges reading skills

   Pinewood Derby held in Newport

   Fishing derby, Earth Day activities planned at Olalla Reservoir

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Inspired by the beach

Thirty years ago, Patti Dambley moved away from Newport. As she moved around the Pacific Northwest, the beaches of Newport were always with her. She knew she would return one day, and the opportunity came two years ago.

   Winds and Waves faculty to perform in Lincoln City

   Kidstuff celebration is coming

   Emily Asher’s Garden Party coming to cultural center

   INHOUSE Jazz begins third season

   Duo performs for last concert this season

   From dentist to artist

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