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Licensed Clinical Social Worker Helen Beaman has joined Samaritan Health Services. She provides behavioral health care and support at Samaritan Depoe Bay Clinic and Samaritan Toledo Clinic.

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Those craving a signature quarter-pound cookie or ganache-topped brownie from Chubby Lil’ Mermaid, a regular vendor at the Newport Farmers Market, no longer need wait until the market opens Saturday morning and compete with the crowds for a shot at one of the bakery’s sweet treats.

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Oregon RAIN (Regional Accelerator & Innovation Network) has been awarded an 18-month SPRINT Challenge grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration. RAIN is one of only 44 organizations selected for this funding out of 238 applicants.

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It’s been a rough year for movie-goers, with everything from off-and-on closures to ongoing COVID-19 concerns keeping crowds away from the big screen and the tight spaces of the cinema. But since the start of the year, two local theaters have reopened and are working diligently to provide a …

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LINCOLN CITY — Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital welcomes orthopedic surgeons Dr. Craig Clark and Dr. Michael Van Anrooy. They come to Samaritan through a partnership with Synergy Surgicalists, increasing access to quality orthopedic care in Lincoln County.

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The Oregon Employment Department officially launched an online Spanish-language “initial claim” form for those applying for regular unemployment insurance benefits. The initial claim form is for those who are filing a claim for the first time, after which eligible claimants will file weekly …

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The Oregon Department of Justice (DOJ) has reason to believe that a group of scammers are setting their sights on Oregon to perpetrate “grandparent scams.” In grandparent scams, older adults are duped into handing over cash at their front door, thinking they’re helping a loved one who is in danger.