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Lincoln City: Traffic Crash on 101 at the Roadhouse

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Jan 152018
 

8:50pm
Traffic crash on Highway 101 in Lincoln City – The Roadhouse 101 at 4649 SW Highway 101.

8:51pm
Rear-ender accident involving a Cadillac. Major damage to the Cadillac.

8:56pm
Everybody is out of the vehicles, walking around. No serious injuries.

Crabbers hit another wall – “Buyers bidding too low”

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Jan 152018
 

Crab boats still in port waiting for higher prices for their catch.
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The crab season has been getting shorter and shorter due to the delay in crab “meating up.” But now fishermen claim they’re really getting squeezed because crab processors aren’t offering high enough prices for their catch. So the processors are idle and the crabbers are still stuck in port.

The story is in the Oregonian. Click here.

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Community News Note:

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Jan 152018
 

PCH Center for Health Education, Newport
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Bi-Monthly Cancer Support Group meets January 4th & January 18th (1st/3rd Thur.)
6-7:30PM, Lobby Area (Couches) Samaritan Center for Health Education 740 SW 9th Street Newport, OR 97365.

All welcome (Survivors & Receiving Treatment). Questions: Pam Spence (Facilitator) 541-264-0242

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Newport: Smell of Natural Gas SE 2nd and Fogarty

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Jan 152018
 

1:06pm
Report of the smell of natural gas in Newport at SE 2nd and Fogarty. Fire Department enroute to the scene to check it out.

1:16pm
Firefighters on scene say they don’t smell anything. One firefighter is checking out the nearby AmeriGas facility to see if anything’s wrong.

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Revealing new ways of “looking”

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Jan 152018
 


OPTIONS FOR THE VISUALLY CHALLENGED

Wednesday, January 24th at 2:00 p.m., the Newport 60+ Activity Center will host an educational presentation by Jackie L. Macy, MS. COMS/CVRT, rehabilitation instructor for the blind in Eugene. She is a Certified Vision Rehabilitation Specialist and Certified Orientation and Mobility Specialist. Jackie will speak and provide visual aids as demos for the presentation. She plans to include talking books and have a machine and demo book as well. Folks can also handle the aids, etc. There will be about 15 minutes at the end of the session for a question and answer time.

Jackie’s presentation will include the following:
Oregon Commission for the Blind: Who they are and what they do
Description of the various programs they have and the populations they serve
Talk about various eye diseases ie: Macular Degeneration, Glaucoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, etc.
Low Vision aids
Hands on demonstration
Q &A’s.  

For more information come by the Newport 60+ Activity Center at 20 SE 2nd Street, Newport, OR, or call 541-265-9617. To see a full listing of events, classes, and trips, visit our website: www.newportoregon.gov/sc.

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Healing Happens: Against all odds

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Jan 152018
 

Newport Senior Activity Center


 
Join us at the 60+ Activity Center on Thursday, February 8, 2018, from 2:00-3:00 p.m. for an educational presentation entitled, “Healing Happens” with Avital Miller.

Avital Miller, author of the upcoming book Healing Happens, inspires people to experience boundless energy, absolute happiness, and true success in order to live the best life possible. For over fifteen years, Avital has been serving thousands of people worldwide as an award-winning international keynote speaker, healing breakthrough facilitator, and global dancer. Her leadership background includes working as a program manager at Microsoft, lead coach for Success Resources America, sales and marketing director for Crystal Clarity Publishers, yoga and fitness teacher trainer, and fitness director.

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Ms. Miller’s articles have been published in Fitness Professional Online, 30 Seconds, and Sacred Dance Guild Journal. She has performed and taught dance internationally since 1993. A graduate of Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, with a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering and a major in dance, she is known for offering beyond-cutting-edge wisdom with authenticity, delightful energy, and infectious joy. Connect with Avital at www.avitalmiller.com and receive a free gift at www.healinghappensbook.com.
  
RSVP at the 60+ Activity Center located at 20 SE 2nd Street in Newport, or give us a call at 541-265-9617 to reserve your seat. To see a full listing of events, classes, and trips, visit our website: www.newportoregon.gov/sc. Find us on Facebook: www.Facebook.com/NewportSeniorActivityCenter.

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Facebook reining in “Fake News” – Wants “The People” to talk about events

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Jan 152018
 

Mark Zuckerman – CEO
Facebook
Re-emphacizing its roots.


In light of Russian interference with American politics and the spreading of “fake news” to its 2 billion readers world-wide, Facebook has decided to limit news outlets’ easy access to the global communications’ super information freeway.

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg says people go to Facebook to connect with other people – they don’t necessarily want to be bombarded by hyper-partisan statements and charges that contaminate their social experience on Facebook.

Here’s more on the issue from The Oregonian.

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