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Jan 242015
 

11:46PM
A male is pounding on the door to a house at 3858 NW Jetty. Woman afraid to answer it. Doesn’t know who the man is. Police are enroute.

11:58PM
Police determined that the man was confused as to which house he was staying in. Police are escorting him down the street to the right house.

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 Posted by at 11:52 PM
Jan 242015
 

11:29PM
North Lincoln Fire Rescue was called to a report of a male who had fallen over a high drop-off to the beach near the Chinook Winds Casino Resort. Rescuers found him on the beach between the casino and the hotel. He was up and walking around.

11:37PM
Fire Rescue was with him and were preparing to walk him back to the stairs and up to the bluff above to the hotel. But he wandered off and now rescuers can’t find him. They think he may have taken off toward the casino. 29 year old male.

11:50PM
They found him. Was inside the casino. He says he wasn’t seriously injured in the fall.

12:10AM
Victim now near the casino complaining of chest pains and says he doesn’t know where he is. Medics enroute.

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 Posted by at 11:40 PM
Jan 242015
 
Callie is missing.  If you've seen her or know where she is call her owner at  541-961-8318

Callie is missing. If you’ve seen her or know where she is call her owner at 541-961-8318

Callie is missing. She went missing Saturday evening at around 8pm near her home at NW 58th and Biggs. That’s just north of Yaquina Head (lighthouse) If you’ve seen her or know where she is, call her owner, Beckie, at 541-961-8318.

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 Posted by at 10:46 PM
Jan 242015
 
Mike - Gardening at the end of a long stick....

Mike – Gardening at the end of a long stick….

From Carl Palmer

Mike has a problem.

He feels alone and trapped. You see, Mike’s a gardener who cannot get on his knees to do a garden any more. He really wants to have a garden but does not have the body strength to do all the physical work.

He was having coffee last week with his friend, Marcia, and telling her about his troubles. He told her how the cost stops him from building a taller raised bed. Mike told Marcia he felt like giving up.

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Marcia told Mike she used to feel exactly the same way. In fact, when Marcia was in a similar situation, she felt like most gardeners, as they get older, many give up gardening because of the work. She also felt shortages of time, energy and money are a big hurdle to building a taller raised bed. But then Marcia told Mike she found “A two foot high Raised Fabric Bed”, and it changed everything for her.

Raised beds - the way to get the job done while sitting down...

Raised beds – the way to get the job done while sitting down…

Marcia discovered having a Raised Fabric Bed allowed her to sit down while doing her gardening. In fact, “A two foot high Raised Fabric Bed” helped Marcia with a lot more than just that. She explained to Mike how it helped her to make better root structure for the plants, keep pests at bay like gopher and moles, quickly warms in the spring and releases excess heat in the summer, shaves a week off the vegetative growth cycle, and turns any deck or patio into a garden area.

Marcia also told Mike she started seeing results with her two foot high raised fabric bed” in less than a day – and it cost just $35.

After Marcia finished sharing her experiences with Mike, he realized that he could act right away and have a no dig, no tilling garden. And he could sit down while doing all his work in the garden. And Mike immediately signed up for the Free Workshop at the Sustainable Living Center. You can as well!!

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The next free workshop is scheduled for Sunday, February 22nd at 1:00pm, a free, no obligation workshop and see a 150 Gallon, 45 inch Diameter, No Dig, Air Pruning, No Slug Electric Fence Raised Fabric Bed being built during a two hour workshop at the Sustainable Living Center located at 6349 South Highway 101 in Taft area of Lincoln City.

The Center is just south and next to ProBuild on the same side of the Hwy 101 and right across the highway from Street Car Village. On Sunday, since ProBuild is closed, please park in their parking lot and walk south to the Center.

Again, there is no cost or obligation for the workshop and if you bring an electric drill you will be able be given the opportunity to assemble a 150 Gallon, 45 inch Diameter, No Dig, Air Pruning, No Slug Electric Fence Raised Fabric Bed, regardless of the weather. If you choose, you can take it home for the just the cost of the material of $62. The Fabric Raised Bed without the “No Slug Electric Fence” is $35. Larger sizes up to 60 inches will be available for assembly.

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 Posted by at 9:22 PM
Jan 242015
 
Joining the AB family along with 10 Barrel of Bend

Joining the AB family along with 10 Barrel of Bend

Anheuser-Busch is on the prowl again, more firmly allying themselves in the craft beer market that is taking vast numbers of youthful beer lovers by storm. But it is, shall we say, a “perfect storm” with A-B’s just announcing their purchase of Elysian Brewing of Seattle.

The story is in The Oregonian. Click here.

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 Posted by at 8:13 PM
Jan 242015
 
Moonbow Karen Donobedian

Moonbow
Karen Donobedian

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 Posted by at 7:15 PM
Jan 242015
 
Yaquina Head Lighthouse After her "re-do" John Lee Harris photo

Yaquina Head Lighthouse
After her “re-do”
John Lee Harris photo

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 Posted by at 4:40 PM
Jan 242015
 
Commons photo

Commons photo

In Oregon, store front gun sales as well as gun show gun sales carry the requirement of background checks. But private one-on-one gun sales still do not require background checks. Oregon is about to see an effort to close that gap as we see in this story in the Oregonian. Click here.

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 Posted by at 4:21 PM
Jan 242015
 
Lions Hall 344 W. 4th Yachats

Lions Hall
344 W. 4th
Yachats

On Saturday, January 31st, the Yachats Lions Club will holding their annual Crab Feed. Tickets for this year’s event are $35 and the meal is all you can eat until it is all gone. Dinner includes crab, baked beans, cole slaw and garlic bread.

Seating times will be at 12:00 and 4:00 at the Yachats Commons and 4:00 at the Lions Hall on 4th St. Seating at the Commons is reserved and seating at the Hall is open cafeteria style. Please call Kevin or Peggy at 541-563-5629 for information and ticket purchase. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door at the 4:00 seating at the Lions Hall only.

All proceeds from the event are used to help the local community. The Lions annually support numerous charities in the area including South Lincoln Resources, YFAB, scholarship grants to local graduating seniors, the Diabetes Foundation and Lions Sight and Hearing Foundation.

Please come and join us for this fun event. Bring your bibs, wine and appetite and thank you for supporting the Yachats Lions Club.

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 Posted by at 12:48 PM
Jan 242015
 

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