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Taft High holds annual murder mystery

Posted: Friday, Jan 18th, 2013

The History Mystery is back, as the students of Taft High School and the North Lincoln County History Museum team up for "Baby Boom." Set in the 1950s, people are encouraged to come in period attire as they try to figure out who's pregnant, who's not, and just why they'd all want their father dead. The show is set for 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27, at The Eventuary in Lincoln City. Pictured are students BillyAnn Stempel, left, Matthew Bayer, and Breanna Poureetezadi. (Courtesy photo)

Taft High School 7-12 will put on its annual murder mystery, this year titled “Baby Boom: A History Mystery,” at The Eventuary, 560 SW Fleet in Lincoln City. Show times are at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 27.

Taft students will hold the production once again with the help of the North Lincoln County Historical Museum. While it will still be held at the Eventuary in Lincoln City, this year’s event is going back to its roots.

“Last year, I was forced to make the choice to do the Murder Mystery independently,” said Barton Howe, producer and writer of the Murder Mystery. “I felt sad about that because it really took the event away from its roots. That’s why I’m so happy that this year, the history is not only back in the mystery, but that we have the chance to work with the museum again.”

For the complete article see the 01-18-2013 issue.

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