Sunday, May 22, 2022

Sheriff: Protect yourself from identity theft

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Identity theft continues to be a growing problem costing us billions of dollars every year in personal losses, investigations, and increased financial institution fees.
Slain businessman Mark Campbell and his wife, Christine.

Sheriff seeks security video in shocking Waldport murder

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The Lincoln Co. Sheriff’s Office is requesting that Waldport residents or businesses with security video systems, such as the doorstep “Ring” or other recording devices contact law enforcement immediately to help solve the murder early Sunday morning of businessman Mark Campbell.
Toledo Chase Crash

Pursuit from Toledo ends in Siletz River

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A chase originating at Toledo’s Dairy Queen ended with the suspect vehicle over the side of Highway 229 and into the Siletz River Wednesday, sending one man to the hospital.
The air-raid style sirens that blared across Depoe Bay Jan. 2 were set-off at this control panel located at Depoe Bay City Hall. The indecipherable message that accompanied the siren was among six prerecorded (canned) messages included in the city’s early warning system. (Photo by Rick Beasley)

Outgoing mayor triggered doomsday sirens

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DEPOE BAY — In his last official act, outgoing mayor Robert Gambino personally activated the town’s emergency sirens at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 2, triggering a tidal wave of complaints at city hall when scores of people who evacuated to higher ground learned there was no danger, after all.
The wreckage of two vehicles was splayed across Highway 101 in south Depoe Bay Wednesday night after a Ford F350 (left) drifted across the center line and collided head-on with a Kia Spectra, leaving one driver dead and another critically injured and under investigation. (Photo by Depoe Bay Fire District)

State police eye alcohol in deadly crash

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DEPOE BAY — State troopers are exploring the fatal role intoxication may have played in a May 19 two-car crash here that left one driver dead and another critically injured.

New public version of RAPTOR, emergency map tool

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Oregon’s Office of Emergency Management’s Real-time Assessment and Planning Tool for Oregon (RAPTOR) is now available in a public version featuring 3D tools for weather alerts, traffic and live data map tools.

Samaritan Health Services COVID-19 vaccine update

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Samaritan Health Services expects to receive a “very limited supply” of COVID-19 vaccines by the end of the week and will hold an online question and answer seminar about vaccines Dec. 17.
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Slain Waldport City Councilman was “pillar of community”

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Tara Bruce, step-daughter to slain Waldport City Councilman Mark Campbell, filled in details surrounding his murder early Sunday morning, Dec. 6, and told of the man he was in an exclusive interview Monday afternoon.
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