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Robust housing market

LINCOLN COUNTY -- A solid finish to the first half of the year kept residential property sales on pace to post the best annual total in the since the housing market crashed nearly a decade ago.
Sales of residential site-built, condominiums and townhouses climbed to

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Making the game safer

NEWPORT -- Over the past few years as more information on concussions has come to light, the game of football has been seen in increasingly negative terms.
From movies like "Concussion" to President Obama saying in a 2014 profile by The New Yorker that

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Toledo Summer Festival

Kyrah Clayton, 7, of Toledo, works on her art project during the Sidewalk Chalk Contest held on Thursday, July 21, along Toledo's Main Street.
The contest is the initial event opening the annual Toledo Summer Festival, which continues through Sunday with parades, logging shows,

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Acting out at theater camp

NEWPORT -- If you think trust falls and corporate retreats are the best way to build a relationship, you've clearly never been to theater camp.
The leaders of the Newport Summer Theater Camp have been attending the two-week program for nearly 25 years -- and

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   Celtic folk duo to play in Lincoln City

   Photographers featured in exhibition

   Yaquina River Museum of Art receives grant

   A community collection

   Randy McAllister brings east Texas blues to coast

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