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Airport committee ponders benefits of private operation

NEWPORT -- Despite a nearly yearlong process, the Newport Airport Advisory Committee has run into obstacles finding what it really wants in a private contractor for operating the facility.
City Manager Spencer Nebel said Newport started to get a feel for the privatizing process about

   ODOT proposes lengthy Highway 20 closures

   County considering 1 percent room tax increase

   Newport Farmers Market needs a new home

   Forse fights for surfing legacy

   Former mayor Anderson to run for state senate

   Agencies honor fallen Seaside police officer

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Toledo’s Otis an all-star

TOLEDO -- On Sunday, Feb. 14, Toledo's Kyle Otis will swap his basketball uniform in favor of pads and a helmet for a little February football.
Otis will participate in the International Futures All-Star Game held in Grand Forks, N.D. The game will pit

   Jones, Irish gearing up for districts

   Waldport tops Myrtle Point

   Boomers control their own destiny

   Oregon fighters dazzle at Chinook Winds

   Converse loses belt, turning pro

   Warriors three-peat Mountain West

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Smitten with a kitten

Well, I caved. A few weeks after my beloved old cat, Lap Sitter, crossed the Rainbow Bridge, offers started coming in from people who had, or knew of a cat for me. They implied I was abnormal for being pet-less, which is probably my fault ...more

   Locomotive added to railroad museum’s collection

   Digging for dinner

   Author to give presentation

   Commercial wine competition winners announced

   County participates in School-based Health Care Awareness Month

   Medicare class offered in Newport

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The power of performance

LINCOLN CITY -- Forty years ago, Perry Gerber learned the importance of performance over perfection; a lesson taught by Dave Parker, his first band instructor during early days at Rose Lodge School.
Parker was among a capacity crowd Tuesday, Feb. 2, when Gerber took

   Pacific Dance Ensemble features alumni in free show

   PAC RATs named Community Legends

   Cowboy yodeler to perform at cultural center

   Sweetheart Dance features big band favorites

   ‘In the Mist’ exhibit opens Feb. 5

   New exhibit features pastel artists

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COAST HILLS CLASSIC OF 2014: Coast Hills Classic of 2014
Uploaded: May 7, 2014 3:56 pm Alia Pennington of Portland rides across the finish to complete the 24-mile race at the Coast Hills Classic. The Team S&M rider took second place in the Elite Women’s category with a finish time of 2:00.33.
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