Monthly Archives: January 2018

STORM ECONOMICS: Winter storms bring in bucks, visitors

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Surviving the ‘human liquidizer’: Getting ready for a tsunami strike on the West Coast

After a tsunami warning along the B.C. coast recently, alarmed residents are taking steps to avoid ending up in what one expert called “a human liquidizer.” The warning was triggered by an earthquake in the Gulf of Alaska on Jan. … Continue reading

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Indiana couple to hit their 649th Cracker Barrel when Victorville restaurant opens

Over the course of 40 years, Ray and Wilma Yoder have logged an estimated 5 million miles around the country in a quest to hit every Cracker Barrel in  America. In August, the couple, both 81, met their goal when … Continue reading

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A welcome wake-up call

Photos courtesy Emergency Volunteer Corps of Nehalem Bay Buy this photo When the phone rang in the wee hours last Tuesday, my thoughts (after ‘who the hell is calling at this hour?’) were that either someone died, it was a … Continue reading

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Here comes the sun – Artsy – Oregon Coast Today

Works inspired by climate of the Oregon Coast will be on display this Friday, Feb. 2, in Newport as North Bend artist Becky Eddy Phillips presents her new exhibit, “You’d Think it Were Sunny.” The vibrant exhibition of oil and … Continue reading

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Warm up with Winterfest – In Concert – Oregon Coast Today

Mel Brown Quarterflash Kevin Burke By Ann Powers For the TODAY Cold weather got you down? Bad case of the post-holiday blues? Then sit down and melt those demons away at the Nehalem Winterfest 2018 music festival this weekend at … Continue reading

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You’ll get a kick out of this

Tony “Kryptonite” Lopez (left) Defending heavyweight champion Tony Lopez will take on Oregon hopeful Fabiano Scherner this Saturday, Feb. 3, as King of the Cage returns to Lincoln City’s Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Weigh-ins for this much-anticipated mixed martial arts … Continue reading

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Toledo marks another first

“Incoming at Rocky Creek” by Ivan Kelly Artists throughout Toledo will be offering a lineup of work guaranteed to stir the soul as the town celebrates First Weekend this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 2 and 3. Oil painter Ivan Kelly … Continue reading

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Featured artist

Oregon Coast artist Laurie Carlson will be showcasing a special exhibit of her oil paintings and giclée prints throughout February at Lincoln City’s Artists’ Co-op Gallery. An oil painter, Carlson uses traditional techniques infused with brilliant expressive color. Using art … Continue reading

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Here comes the sun

Works inspired by climate of the Oregon Coast will be on display this Friday, Feb. 2, in Newport as North Bend artist Becky Eddy Phillips presents her new exhibit, “You’d Think it Were Sunny.” The vibrant exhibition of oil and … Continue reading

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