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Young lady gymnasts from throughout Oregon are in town through Sunday

Nearly 450 young lady gymnasts are in Newport for a three day Pacific Edge Invitational to compete and enjoy the Newport area’s many amenities. Teams from throughout Oregon, along with some from Washington and California are competing for prizes, ribbons and bragging rights that are added to their gymnastic resumes. Newport Parks and Recreation helped to arrange the event which is bringing well over a thousand visitors to the Newport area. Here is just a brief look at some of the impressive performances these young ladies put on, which you can witness live if you stop by and take in some of the spectacle.

How to watch the OSU vs UO game locally

Brad Taylor of Oregon Coast Productions says the way to watch the Civil War game is to find anyone who has DISH Network (including sports bars). Also the game may be watched on cable in Otis, Depoe Bay and Siletz for those who subscribe to Wave Broadband. But you have to have the digital box that goes with it.

Lincoln City Parks and Rec offers Middle School Cross Country and Girls’ Volleyball this fall

Registration deadlines are near for two fall sports offered by Lincoln City Parks and Recreation.

Middle School Cross Country
Middle school cross country is for students in grades 6 through 8. This team is for all running abilities and features a variety of running routes, both on and off road, to keep youth motivated. Cross country is also a great way to get into shape for winter sports.

Practices will be held after school from 3:45 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday, Sept. 4 through Oct. 25, at the high school track. (Pre-season practices are taking place at 4 p.m. Aug. 27-30 at the Lincoln City Community Center.) Meet dates and times will be announced the first week of official practice. The cost is $35 per student, and includes a sweatshirt. Registration deadline is Friday, Aug. 31 at the Lincoln City Community Center. For more information, call the community center at 541-994-2131 or Coach Gail Kimberling at 541-557-1137.

Girls’ Volleyball
Friday, Aug. 31 is the deadline to register for girls’ 7th/8th grade volleyball. This is a competitive league with games played on Mondays and Wednesdays throughout Lincoln County. Practice days will be determined by the coach once registrations are complete. Players and a parent/guardian must attend a pre-season meeting at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31 at the Lincoln City Community Center. The fee for this league is $50 and includes a volleyball jersey.

The registration deadline for the girls’ 5th/6th grade and 3rd/4th grade volleyball leagues is Saturday, Sept. 8. Practices will begin the week of Sept. 20 and continue for five to six weeks. Games will be held on Saturdays, with time and location to be announced. The fee for the 5th/6th and 3rd/4th grade leagues is $35 per student and includes a T-shirt. For more information call the Lincoln City Community Center at 541-994-2131 or Karl McShane, recreation supervisor, at 541-996-1233.

Olalla Lake Off-Road Triathlon coming up August 4th. Still time to enter!


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Story provided by Liam Hughes

August 4th brings the Olalla Lake Off-Road Triathlon to the large freshwater lake just east of Newport, where dozens and dozens of athletes compete and race along a course that includes swimming, running and biking. Put on by the Newport Parks and Recreation Department, organizer Liam Hughes said the course is hard to beat since his department improved the bike course.

“This race is characterized by gnarly hill climbs, both the bike and the run course feature some seriously fun and challenging hills, and if we could add one to the swim, we would!,” Hughes said. “The reservoir is a pristine lake surrounded by tree covered hills, and the view from the top of the bike course is nothing short of breathtaking.”

The swimming part of the course is 800 meters, the bike section is 12 km, and the running portion is 5 km.

The August 4 event starts at 9 a.m., but all athletes are required to attend the pre-race briefing at 8:30 a.m.

At this time of year lake surface water temperatures can reach into the low 70’s. However it is impossible to accurately predict the water conditions in advance because they can change dramatically with weather conditions. Wetsuits are not required but athletes are advised to bring one on race day, even if they think they will not need it.

Entry Fees:

Adult individual is $35 for pre-race registration; day of the race is $50

For an Adult Relay Team, preregistration is $80; day of the race is $95 .

Race T-shirts may still be available on the day of the race.

Olalla Lake is about eight miles east of Newport off Highway 20.

For information call Liam Hughes at (541) 574-5453. More info: Click here.

Here comes the court of political correctness: Indian mascots and high schools don’t mix…


Siletz Warriors
2011 State 1A Champions

Claiming that using Native American symbols as American high school mascots demeans Native Americans, the Oregon State School Board is moving closer to banning their use altogether. Such schools as the Siletz Warriors and the Roseburg Indians may come under increasingly attack over the next few years. The story is in the Oregonian. Click here.

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