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Dock 5 pier needs serious attention

NEWPORT -- The Port of Newport's primary financial focus remains on constructing an International Terminal shipping facility, but replacing the current pier approach to Port Dock 5 has become a priority.
The port is in the process of examining the future of the existing timber

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   Pool adds staffer amid uncertain future

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Lincoln County football roundup

LINCOLN COUNTY -- The eighth week of the season was the most successful for Lincoln County's football teams with the five squads combining to go 4-1 on Friday, Oct. 21.
Class 4A Newport finished up a difficult 0-7 season with a 62-7 loss against Stayton

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   Boomers close out best season in years

   Tigers eying postseason run

   Boomersí late drive buries Reedsport

   Miles in favor of candles

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Mushroom festival kicks off in Yachats

YACHATS -- Mystified by mycology? Fascinated by fungi? Just like to eat mushrooms?
Yachats hosts the 17th annual Village Mushroom Festival on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Events kick off Oct. 21 with wild or cultivated mushrooms offered at the Adobe Resort Restaurant, Bread and Roses

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   Green Bike Co-op celebrates 10th year

   Newport police chief retiring after 46-year career

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Local pastel works on display

NEWPORT -- The Yaquina Art Association Gallery is featuring the artwork of its pastel class in a spotlight show on display now through Oct. 30.
"The spotlight show is for each artist in our organization, and then we have our classroom art shows," YAA president

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   Seabirds flock to visual arts center

   Cuckoo's Nest is must-see theatre

   Noble Estate to celebrate first year in town

   Jazz trio to perform at cultural center on Oct. 16

   Seven new artists to debut at gallery

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