WEATHER IN LINCOLN COUNTY

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More debris coming ashore on our beaches – 211 lines fully operational on reporting debris


Japanese Tsunami Debris
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Japanese Tsunami debris is becoming more and more common along Oregon’s 300 miles of beaches from Astoria to Brookings. The above picture was taken this weekend at South Beach, just south of Newport. State Parks and Recreation reminds everyone to report large, unusual forms of debris by dialing 2-1-1, or on line at beach.debris@state.or.us. Any standard beach debris should be put in a trash can. Anything that appears to be something like a family heirloom or picture with the family’s name on it should be reported to 2-1-1.

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