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1123 North Highway 101
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4635 North Highway 101
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Depoe Bay to decide on fate of historic anchor
DEPOE BAY ? An ancient anchor dating back to the colorful era of sail has been donated to the city of Depoe Bay, where a titanic struggle is brewing over its fate.
Carole Barkhurst resigns Depoe Bay chamber post
DEPOE BAY ? The longtime office manager of the Depoe Bay Chamber of Commerce has resigned, effective Jan. 16, 2015.
West Coast bracing as monster storm hits
West Coast bracing as monster storm hits
The Wall Street Journal: West Coast braces as storm hits
Heavy rain and strong wins pound Northern California, leaving many without power.
Coast Guard rescues five off Siletz Bay
DEPOE BAY ? U.S. Coast Guard crews from the Newport Air Rescue Facility and Station Depoe Bay rescued five individuals Saturday morning. The rescue occurred eight miles west of Siletz Bay after it was reported a fishing vessel had sank.
Air-sea teamwork prevails over daunting odds
DEPOE BAY ? The crew of a 47-foot U.S. Coast Guard motor lifeboat from Depoe Bay rejoiced Saturday morning over their rescue of the skipper and engineer from a crab boat that capsized and sank eight miles off Lincoln City.
Bay Area Storm ?Pineapple Express? Moves South; Small Tornadoes Feared, Evacuations Underway
The National Weather Service said late Thursday that a powerful storm and heavy rains that devastated Oregon and the San Francisco Bay area has moved south, bringing rain to parts of the San Fernando Valley late Thursday night. The massive storm that hit Northern California Thursday has left more than 220,000 people along the coast without power.
?Pineapple Express? Storm Moves South Down US West Coast; At Least 2 Dead
Update as of 6:27 a.m. EST: At least two people have been killed by a massive storm system that's making its way down the West Coast since Thursday, USA Today reported. Over 4.5 inches of rain fell in California's Big Sur area in only three hours, the report said, citing the National Weather Service. The storm is one of the worst to hit the West Coast, the report added.
Winter fishing trophy
ODFW fish checker Sheila Johanssen hoists a 15-pound ling cod hooked off Government Point near Depoe Bay during a recent sunny break in the weather.
Coast Guard keeping eye on Siletz Bay for pollution
SILETZ BAY ? The U.S. Coast Guard is monitoring Siletz Bay, where a boat sank Saturday morning, for any signs of pollution. The Blazer, a 75-foot fishing vessel, sank in 420 feet of water with reportedly 2,000 gallons of diesel aboard, according to Coast Guard officials.