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LINCOLN CITY — On a sunny March afternoon, young students from Lincoln City Christian School helped to plant colorful blooming perennials and a seven-foot tall Autumn Full Moon maple tree at the nearby Samaritan North Lincoln Hospital.

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WALDPORT — A stifling defense and an overabundance of offensive firepower pushed the Waldport High School football team to a convincing 72-14 victory over Neah-Kah-Nie in a non-league, 8-player game under the lights April 2 at Irish Stadium.

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On Tuesday, April 13, at 6 p.m., the Central Coast NOW Chapter will host two young speakers from the international organization, Period.org. Maddi and Stella will discuss their advocacy work on period poverty, period taxing, women’s health and menstrual education in schools.

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The city of Newport has two vacancies on its library board. One vacancy is for a high school student member, and the other vacancy is for a culturally diverse member. These two memberships were recently added to the library board, increasing its membership to seven members. The board meets e…

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Adding organic matter is the best way to improve nearly all kinds of soils. If you’re unsure if your soil needs amendments, take note if it dries and cracks in summer, drains slowly or is difficult to dig whether wet or dry.

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Being a parent is one of the most important jobs you’ll ever have, and a local resource called Parenting Success Network can provide the tools to help you be the best parent possible.

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The pet food industry has grown into a multibillion-dollar behemoth. Pet parents are overwhelmed with choices and also hear about recall after recall. Most recently, 140 dates and lots from Midwestern Pet Foods have been cited, including the Earthborn and Sportmix lines.

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The Oregon State University Hatfield Marine Science Center will hold a free virtual open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, April 10, as part Marine Science Day 2021.

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A monthly fundraising event known as “Dine Out for Samaritan House” has reinvented itself in order to adhere to health restrictions during the COVID pandemic.

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Registration for SOLVE’s statewide volunteer event, the Oregon Spring Cleanup, presented by Portland General Electric, is now live. Thousands of Oregonians are expected to celebrate the 51st anniversary of Earth Day by signing up to volunteer on April 17.

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Do you remember first grade? I do, like it was yesterday. I had spent kindergarten in a small, one-room school, but now was headed for the big leagues.

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Lincoln City is preparing itself for the annual Community Pride Week. To kick off this event, the city will again be offering its services of picking up miscellaneous items such as brush, scrap metal goods, furniture, plastics, etc. This event is co-sponsored by North Lincoln Sanitary Servic…

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Dressing for a school formal can be an expensive proposition, and Lincoln County students bear a high rate of poverty and homelessness. Thanks to a donation from a Portland nonprofit, more Newport High School kids will be able to dress to the nines for those special moments.