EDDYVILLE —Eddyville Charter collected a signature victory last Friday night, rolling past intra-county and 1A-SD 3, 6-player football rival Siletz Valley 47-6 on their natural-grass home turf.
WALDPORT — Nothing much rattled the sixth-ranked Waldport High School football team in its Thursday, Sept. 16, home game against Days Creek, not even an hour-plus delay to the opening kickoff.
TOLEDO — Things are trending in the right direction for the Toledo High School volleyball team, and head coach Crystal Taylor Hinds couldn’t have been more excited last Thursday night to play before a home crowd of Boomer backers.
There is no question that our pets have become the vaulted members of the family. So many pet parents will do anything to ensure the best quality of life for animals in the household.
Though she grew up in an artistic household — the only child of a journeyman and librarian — Jill Myer never imagined she would create art for a living.
Newport Community Gardens will be holding its annual fall work party this Saturday, Sept. 25, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Arts & Entertainment
Ken Peplowski says the Oregon Coast Jazz Party at the Newport Performing Arts Center (PAC) is just the place to bring joy to people’s faces once again in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Newport Symphony Orchestra is once again preparing for its youth musicians programs. Returning after a year and a half hiatus due to COVID, the Newport Youth Symphony of the Oregon Coast (NYSOC) is looking for youth string and wind players alike.
The Yachats Banner Project auction has gone live online. People can now view and bid on any of the 36 banners created by south county artists that are presently hanging on the antique lampposts along Highway 101 in Yachats. But hurry up if you want to see them while they are hanging as they …
Whether you’re looking for new regular clothes for your toddler or searching for the right outfit to dress your newborn for a special occasion, Salty Kisses Children’s Boutique in Waldport offers a variety of children’s clothing with a hint of southern flair.
As a lifelong coastal resident, I find it disappointing and embarrassing that such a draconian and discriminatory ballot measure like 21-203 will find its way to the polls in November.