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Backlash grows over background checks for guns

Modified: Tuesday, Jul 7th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Repercussions over a new firearms law in Oregon that prohibits the sales or transfers of guns between private parties are being felt in Lincoln County.
Lincoln County Sheriff Dennis Dotson, calling Senate Bill 941 "very controversial," claimed he would put enforcement of the law on the back burner.
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Skate park to get update

Modified: Tuesday, Jul 7th, 2015
TOLEDO -- Toledo's 10-year-old skate park will get some much-needed maintenance in August from Dreamland Skateparks of Lincoln City.
The city council approved the lowest of three bids Wednesday and authorized City Manager Jay Baughman to use city reserve funds, not to exceed $25,000, on rehabilitation of the skate park.
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Accidental shark catch leads to public dissection

Modified: Monday, Jul 6th, 2015
NEWPORT -- When the net was pulled up on a local Pacific whiting vessel on a recent Sunday afternoon, the expected catch was not what was slapped down on deck.
Instead of hauling in a hearty load of hake fish, a full size, dead salmon shark, which on average range from 8-9 feet, was lifted onto the boat.
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It's a wrap! Check out latest Newport tourism video

Modified: Monday, Jul 6th, 2015
NEWPORT -- It's a wrap for Uncage the Soul on the central Oregon coast, as the Portland-based production team finished filming a promotional video to encourage summer travelers to visit Newport.
The pivotal scene was shot on the Fourth of July, as a drone captured footage of the Yaquina Bay fireworks show.
The crew got right to work
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New historical sign a big hit in Depoe Bay

Modified: Monday, Jul 6th, 2015
DEPOE BAY -- A new historical sign in the harbor has become one of the town's top tourist attractions, according to city officials.
"People walk right up to it," claimed Brady Weidner, whose public works crew installed the weatherproof diorama that uses the world's smallest harbor as its backdrop.
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Salem man ID'd as drowning victim after boat capsizes

Modified: Sunday, Jul 5th, 2015
NEWPORT -- An 81-year-old Salem man was identified as the person who drowned when the small boat he was riding in capsized Saturday morning off the coast near South Beach State Park.
Lowell Leather was riding in a 21-foot Hewes boat when it capsized after being hit by a "sneaker wave," the Oregon State Police said in a report Sunday.
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Fireworks in the fog

Modified: Sunday, Jul 5th, 2015
Specatators lined up along Yaquina Bay Bridge on Saturday evening for the annual fireworks show over Yaquina Bay. Foggy weather conditions didn't dampen the display entirely, but it hindered viewing conditions at the Fourth of July celebration in Newport.
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Man drowns after small boat capsizes off Newport coast

Modified: Saturday, Jul 4th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A man drowned Saturday morning after the small boat he was riding in capsized off the coast near South Beach State Park.
The unidentified male, who was one of four men in the boat, was "unresponsive" when airlifted to an area hospital by a U.S Coast Guard helicopter crew based at the Newport Air Facility, said Petty Officer
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Waldport man seriously injured in Highway 101 crash near Depoe Bay

Modified: Saturday, Jul 4th, 2015
DEPOE BAY -- A Waldport man was seriously injured Friday evening in a three-vehicle crash on Highway 101 south of Depoe Bay.
James Gildersleeve, 52, of Waldport, was driving a 2002 Ford F-150 northbound when for "unknown reasons crossed the centerline," the Oregon State Police said in a report Saturday morning.
The Ford F-150 then struck a 2013 Toyota RAV4
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Port of Newport tackles dock damage from sea lions, boat moorings

Modified: Saturday, Jul 4th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Port of Newport employees have been busy this week shoring up the docks from damages caused by sea lions and improper boat mooring.
"It's not a seasonal repair. It's just something that's been happening lately," explained Kevin Corwin, an operations and maintenance employee with the Port of Newport.
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Yaquina Bay Lighthouse project sparks money handling rift

Modified: Friday, Jul 3rd, 2015
NEWPORT -- The beloved 144-year-old Yaquina Bay Lighthouse is in the process of being fireproofed to ensure a longer life, but funding for the project has caused a few sparks of its own.
A rift involving the handling of funds dedicated to restoring the unique lighthouse building has ensued between the Friends of Yaquina Lighthouses (FOYL) and the Oregon Parks
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Ambulance service to come under review

Posted: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
NEWPORT -- It's been 13 years since the contracted ambulance service in Lincoln County was open for public and community feedback.
"It was 2002 when the last full open process was done about ambulance service for the county," Kristin Yuille, assistant county counsel, told the board of commissioners Wednesday.
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Funding in question for exhibit hall at fairgrounds

Posted: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
NEWPORT -- A consensus to build a multi-purpose, large exhibit hall at the Lincoln County Fairgrounds in Newport was achieved as the result of gathering community input across the county.
Commissioner Bill Hall, who also serves on the Lincoln County Fair Board, said the commissioners wrapped up four county meetings Tuesday evening, which had been held throughout June.
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Washington man pleads not guilty to rape charges

Posted: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
NEWPORT -- A Washington man pleaded not guilty to four counts of rape in the first degree and related charges stemming from a series of alleged sex acts with a woman at Fogarty Creek State Park earlier this year.
Shane Harrell, 29, of Yakima, is also charged with three counts of sexual abuse in the first degree, and two counts
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Gov. Brown signs key marijuana legislation

Posted: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
A bill aimed at regulating Oregon's newly legal recreational marijuana industry was signed into law Wednesday by Gov. Kate Brown.
House Bill 3400, which sets the stage for the recreational marijuana industry, addresses a wide-range of issues ranging from rules for growers to testing guidelines for all marijuana items sold by dispensaries or retailers.
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Center for Health Education ribbon cutting July 8

Modified: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
A public ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at the Center for Health Education on Wednesday, July 8, at 4 p.m.
The center is located at 740 SW 9th St., across from Samaritan Pacific Communities Hospital (SPCH). The public will be invited to informally tour the center after the ribbon is cut.
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Central Lincoln to close Toledo office

Posted: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
The Central Lincoln People's Utility District will permanently close its Toledo office on Friday, July 10.
"More and more of our customers are choosing to pay their bills online or via electronic banking systems, rather than in person," said Central Lincoln's General Manager Debra Smith.
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Halibut fishery abundant off central Oregon coast

Modified: Thursday, Jul 2nd, 2015
NEWPORT -- Landings during Oregon's spring all-depth halibut fishery may end up being slightly under the quota of 110,649 pounds, but sport anglers fishing out of Newport produced about half of the total during the four three-day events in May and June.
Results for the June 25-27 fishery won't be released until later this week, but the numbers over the
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High times in Oregon

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- When the comedic duo Cheech & Chong rolled out the pot-themed film "Up in Smoke" in 1978, the idea of recreational marijuana use was a pipe dream for casual users in Oregon.
But roughly 37 years after the cult-classic stoner movie debuted in theaters, Oregonians, 21 years old and above, have the legal right to smoke and possess
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Same-sex marriage decision embraced

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- It was a day that many thought would never come, but on June 26, a new milestone was added to the landscape of American history.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage by a 5-4 vote on Friday, and a long battle for the right to marry has come to a close for the LGBT
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Newport plans to realign intersection, fix drainage problems

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- State and federal approval hasn't been received yet, but during next summer, the city of Newport plans to realign the dangerous SE Bay Boulevard and Moore Drive intersection and install two large storm sewer outfall pipes that drain water off adjoining hillsides into Yaquina Bay.
Details of the nearly $3 million project were presented by Public Works Director
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Fireworks and brimstone

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- Profits from the sale of Independence Day fireworks will boost the summer school program at the Oregon Coast Academy, a Christian school operated in Toledo by the Abundant Life Center.
From high-profile parking lot sites in Newport and Lincoln City, large tents run by church volunteers are packed with fireworks made in China, where they originated about 2,000
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Local law enforcement personnel attend crisis training

Modified: Wednesday, Jul 1st, 2015
NEWPORT -- Attending a weeklong Crisis Intervention Training was one of the top three trainings in his career for Lincoln County Sheriff's Corporal Steve Bruce.
Bruce, who works at Lincoln County Jail, and Dennis Buckmaster, a mental health counselor who sees inmates at the jail, gave a report to the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners last week about the training
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Depoe Bay man seriously injured in Highway 18 crash

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
MCMINNVILLE -- A Depoe Bay was in serious condition Tuesday at a Portland hospital two days after the vehicle he was driving collided head-on with a Yamhill County Sheriff's Office patrol car on Highway 18.
Randy Manns, 46, was driving a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe eastbound on the highway about 7:17 a.m. Sunday when "for unknown reasons" the vehicle drifted
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Christian school moving into Newport

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Mid-Coast Christian School is relocating from Toledo to Newport this summer.
"We need to be out of the Arcadia school building by mid-July," said Greg Wood, principal of the K-12 school and math/science teacher for grades 4 to 12. "We're moving to First Christian Church, across from Yaquina View Elementary."
First Christian Church is at 805 SE
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Motorists slam brakes on alleged drunken driver

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Other drivers alerted police Thursday to the dangerous antics of a motorist who sped through town, narrowly missing other vehicles as he swerved through summer traffic.
Minutes later, Anthony "Andre" M. Stringer, 56, was in handcuffs, charged with three traffic crimes including driving under the influence, reckless driving and driving while suspended or revoked, a felony.
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Five Alarm Fun fired up about Lincoln County Fair

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The Lincoln County Fair will be new in several ways this year; the dates are in August in the hopes of warmer weather, gate admission is free and a local group is promoting Five Alarm Fun on two of the three fair days.
Five Alarm Fun is hosting events and displays about firefighters, fire trucks and firefighting-related competitions
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Driver strikes two pedestrians, flees scene

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A dangerous reminder to stay alert, both behind the wheel and on foot, took place on Sunday afternoon, when a vehicle struck two women in the south parking lot of the Subway restaurant located at 1522 N Coast Highway in Newport.
The driver, Randy C. Parsons, 51, of Newport, reportedly hit Annie Stofle, 20, and Dee Dee R.
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HMSC holds evacuation drill

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
SOUTH BEACH -- Some ran, some jogged. Others calmly rode bikes and leisurely walked their dogs. At varying rates and modes of transportation, everyone was headed the same direction for one collective goal: to get to higher ground.
On Friday, the Hatfield Marine Science Center held a tsunami drill to familiarize people with the area and evacuation route so
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Open burning season closes early

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
Open burning in Lincoln County, which includes yard debris burns and burn barrels, closed for the season on Monday.
This winter and spring have brought unusually low precipitation to the area, and early summer has been warm and dry.
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USFWS to host surrogate species program

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
The public is invited to hear about the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Surrogate Species Program at the next meeting of the MidCoast Watersheds Council, which takes place at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Central Lincoln PUD, 2129 N Coast Highway, Newport.
The presenter is Jodie Delavan, a wildlife biologist for USFWS in Portland. Her graduate work in the Boardman area
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Lincoln City woman gets 25 months prison in sex abuse case

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A 22-year-old Lincoln City woman was sentenced to 25 months in state prison Tuesday after pleading guilty to several counts of sexual abuse in the second degree.
Mandi Hanson was sanctioned at a hearing in Lincoln County Circuit Court before Judge Thomas Branford. The conviction was rooted in an online relationship with an underage male, whom initially claimed
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Sparks flying in Depoe Bay

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
DEPOE BAY -- When sparks fly on the city council these days, chances are good that a retired Fortune 500 business executive is behind their generation.
"Sometimes, you have to shake the tree to get the fruit to fall," said Steve Sparks, 69, a former vice president of the fiber optics giant, Nortel Communications.
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Newport man arrested after truck strikes two women

Modified: Tuesday, Jun 30th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A 51-year-old Newport man was arrested Sunday a short while after the pickup truck he was driving allegedly hit two women walking in front of a sandwich shop.
Randy Parsons is facing one count of fail to perform the duties of a driver in connection with the 1:45 p.m. incident in the 1500 block of N Coast Highway.
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Port commission says 'no' to hotel idea off Bay Boulevard

Modified: Monday, Jun 29th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A Beaverton-based hotel management/development firm's desire to build a three-story boutique hotel on Port of Newport property off Bay Boulevard didn't get far this week with the port's board of commissioners.
John Lee, managing director of VIP Hospitality, presented a proposal for a 50 to 75-room hotel on a half-acre of land located between the Yaquina Bay Yacht
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Teachers, school district working toward labor deal

Modified: Monday, Jun 29th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The Lincoln County School District is not offering any cost of living allowances, wants to extend the teachers' salary schedule and is trying to move all teachers to a group Health Reimbursement Account (HRA), said Peter Lohonyay, president of the teachers' union and Career & Technology teacher at Toledo High School.
The Lincoln County Education Association (teachers' union)
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Depoe Bay man seriously injured in head-on crash along Highway 18

Modified: Monday, Jun 29th, 2015
MCMINNVILE -- A 46-year-old Depoe Bay man was seriously injured Sunday morning in a head-on collision with a Yamhill County Sheriff's Office patrol car on Highway 18.
Oregon State Police said Randy Manns was driving a 2006 Hyundai Santa Fe eastbound on the highway at milepost 40 about 7:17 a.m. when the incident happened.
Manns lost control of the
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County commissioners approve $83 million budget

Modified: Monday, Jun 29th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Lincoln County's $83.016 million budget for fiscal year 2015-16 was approved by the board of commissioners Wednesday after a public hearing.
The county's permanent tax rate remains at $2.82 per $1,000 of assessed valuation.
"We held four budget committee meetings around the county, and gathered community input," said Doug Hunt, commission chairman. "The budget committee approved this budget."
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Olivia Beach development gets OK from planners

Modified: Sunday, Jun 28th, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- Olivia Beach owner Walker John cleared a major hurdle at the June 16 meeting of the Lincoln City Planning Commission as the panel approved a preliminary master plan for Phase 3 of an upscale housing project.
John sought approval to begin development of 6.73 acres on the east side of SW Coast Avenue and the south side
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Key information delayed in manslaughter case

Modified: Saturday, Jun 27th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A long-awaited accident reconstruction report continues to stall progress in the manslaughter case of a Newport man accused of causing a fatal crash on Highway 20 in April.
The pending Oregon State Police report is a key piece of discovery in the case of Ivan Sandria Cruz, 26, who was allegedly responsible for the April 6 crash that
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Nye Beach lot getting a makeover

Modified: Saturday, Jun 27th, 2015
NEWPORT -- Nye Beach looks slightly different than it did last week, as a pile of rubble now sits where West Coast Linen sat on the east side of NW Coast Street.
The building was torn down on Tuesday afternoon, after new owner Greg Morrow, in partnership with CU Homes, decided to start fresh with the property.
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Revival of canary rockfish fishery a boon for trawl fleet

Modified: Saturday, Jun 27th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The unexpected early revival of canary rockfish and Petrale sole off West Coast waters is expected to pump new life into the Pacific fishing industry and increase the amount of groundfish available to consumers during the next couple of years.
The Pacific Fishery Management Council (PFMC) declared the two species "rebuilt" recently, which reverses its decision in 2000
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LGBT community thrilled with U.S. Supreme Court's same-sex marriage ruling

Modified: Friday, Jun 26th, 2015
NEWPORT -- There are large groups of people all over the country that will never forget June 26.
What once stood as another day in American history, now serves as a milestone of equality, as the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of same-sex marriage by a 5-4 vote.
A long battle for the right to marry has come
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Support wavers for berthing of new Coast Guard vessels

Modified: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The Port of Newport is now undecided on whether or not to support the possibility of home-porting two U.S. Coast Guard vessels at the Yaquina Bay pier it currently leases to NOAA's Marine Operations Center.
The port's property on south Yaquina Bay and two locations in Astoria are finalists for the placement of two new Fast Response Cutters
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Fun in the sun

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
Wayne Scheler snaps a photo of his wife, Alyssa, and 6-month-old daughter, Saige, Thursday afternoon on Nye Beach. The Schelers came down for a day visit from Albany to cool off along the beaches of Newport. An anticipated inland heat wave this weekend is likely to push many visitors to the cooler coastal beaches.
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Attorney general weighs in on state issues

Modified: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
With the Oregon Legislature winding down its 2015 session, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum took some time away from Department of Justice in Salem, and headed to the central coast.
As part of her trip, she stopped by the Newport News-Times to discuss legislative achievements during the session.
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Chinook Winds celebrates 20 years with cake, fireworks

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- Chinook Winds Casino Resort celebrated its 20th Anniversary Saturday, June 20, with fireworks, history and tributes to Native American culture.
At the center of the celebration, however, was a collection of handcrafted baskets, live basket weaving displays and a silent auction, with proceeds going toward the construction of the Siletz Tribal Cultural Center.
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Improvements sought for sidewalk along Crestline Drive

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
WALDPORT -- A joint work session recently between the Waldport City Council and the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners detailed upcoming projects and outlined plans.
Talking points in the June 17 meeting focused on road maintenance and safety improvements projects.
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John Crowe celebration set for July 11

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
The family of John Crowe, who died Tuesday morning at his Nye Beach home, will hold a memorial on Saturday, July 11, for the longtime Newport resident.
John's wife, Patty, and his many loves ones and friends will honor "Deep Sea John" with a "Celebration of a Life Lived to the Fullest."
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Water improvement district has new intern

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
The Devils Lake Water Improvement District (DLWID) has taken on a new intern for the summer.
Elizabeth Daniel, a senior at Oregon State University, is pursuing a degree in fisheries and wildlife, with a specialization in marine conservation.
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Newport Bayfront issues to be discussed

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
The Newport City Council will hold a town hall meeting at 6 p.m. on Monday, June 29, to discuss issues relevant to the Newport Bayfront.
The meeting takes place at the Pacific Maritime and Heritage Center, 333 SE Bay Blvd.
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Clinton overshadows presidential field in national poll

Posted: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is tracking so far ahead of her Democratic rivals for president, about the only way she could lose the nomination would be to drop out of the race.
A NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey released this week showed Clinton with a 60-percentage point advantage over her closest rival. Clinton received 75 percent of the
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ODOT hits accelerator on Nelscott turn lane

Modified: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- State transportation officials announced Monday that construction of a key turn lane in the Nelscott Gap project would be accelerated with an around-the-clock push by road builders.
The looming crush of summer tourist traffic played into the decision to move the fast-track scheme forward, and a previous effort to speed-up the $15 million highway project proved so
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Attempted murder suspect facing September trial

Modified: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
NEWPORT -- A Siletz man is heading to trial at summer's end to face attempted murder and assault charges stemming from an alleged stabbing at a birthday party.
The trial date in the case of Axl Goodell, 22, was set Monday at the request of defense attorney Mitchell Martin of Newport.
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Goodyear blimp piloted by Toledo native at U.S. Open golf tournament

Modified: Thursday, Jun 25th, 2015
Watching the U.S. Open golf tournament with a bird's-eye view over Chambers Bay, Wash., was all part of the job for a former Lincoln County resident.
Taylor Laverty, a golf enthusiast, is one of three female blimp pilots in the world and one of two with Goodyear who piloted the airship for two of the four days of the tournament
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Construction bids sought for Newport Aquatic Center

Modified: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The legwork is done, the numbers are crunched, and construction of the Newport Aquatic Center is just around the corner.
Bids are ready to be received by the city, as a recent decision has combined the entire project into one large package, after previously being divided into two separate bids.
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Highway 20 backed up due to railroad crossing arms; ODOT reports crossing reopened

Modified: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
EDDYVILLE -- A problem with downed railroad crossing arms at milepost 23.4 on Highway 20 in Eddyville was resolved Wednesday afternoon, the Oregon Department of Transportation said.
The arms were reported down about 11:50 a.m, at which time ODOT was advising delays of 20 minutes to 2 hours in the area. The crossing was reopened about 12:44 p.m.

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Pilots swoop into town

Modified: Wednesday, Jun 24th, 2015
NEWPORT -- The Oregon Pilots Association held a fly-in Saturday at the Newport Municipal Airport, attracting flyers from all over the state for their annual convention.
"That's a Piper Cub," said John Matherly, a line service employee at the airport, as the iconic yellow plane appeared on the southern horizon.
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Depoe Bay chamber rebuffs council over financial data

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015
DEPOE BAY -- The Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce will be paid for an exclusive arrangement to advertise the town even after declining to reveal its finances to the city council.
In May, the council suspended payment of $4,999 pending the production of a profit and loss statement by chamber officials.
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Open house to highlight future Eddyville fire station

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015
EDDYVILLE -- Area residents are invited to an open house and free barbecue at the future site of Station 43, at 124 Nashville Road, behind the Eddyville Post Office.
The open house from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday is being hosted by the Toledo Rural Fire Protection District, which serves 55 square miles of east Lincoln County outside of
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Plea deal offered in Waldport burglary case

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015
NEWPORT -- A plea deal has been tendered in the burglary and theft case of a Waldport woman, whose alleged crime spree including an ill-fated attempt to break into a candy store.
The status in the criminal proceedings of Rebecca Emily York was updated during a brief hearing Monday in Lincoln County Circuit Court before Judge Sheryl Bachart.
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Two accidents, power outage deter travelers

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015
LINCOLN CITY -- Multiple road closures and a loss of power to more than 4,500 north county residents made for an eventful Monday afternoon.
At 12:20 p.m., a one-vehicle car crash downed a power line on Highway 101, forcing four-hour closure at mile marker 11, in the area of Chinook Winds Golf Resort.
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School lunches continue through summer

Posted: Tuesday, Jun 23rd, 2015
NEWPORT -- In the first seven days of providing free meals for anyone ages 1 to 18, the Lincoln County School District has served a combination of 982 breakfasts, lunches and snacks.
"It's typically a slow start in the summer," said Patty Graves, food services director for the school district.
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