Pacific Power’s smart meter installations to start

By Sarah Brown Lebanon Local Pacific Power, the power supply company that contracts with the City of Lebanon to provide electricity to the municipal area, will...

Lebanon artist Sarah Mahoney leaves timidity behind in multiple genres

By Audrey Caro Lebanon Local Sarah Mahoney’s musical education started with violin lessons early in her elementary school years. Since then, the 22-year-old has progressed to guitar...

Thirty years later, former exchange student makes return to Lebanon

By Audrey Caro Lebanon Local It’s been a while since Juan Carlos Urrutia has seen Nancy Pinzino, but she still dotes on him like he’s the...

Distinguished Service Awards nominees announced

The Lebanon Chamber of Commerce released the names of the nominees for the 2017 Lebanon Community Distinguished Service Awards. Lebanon's Large Business of the Year: West...

School district holds forums 2018-19 grade configuration options

The following dates have been reserved for school community forums to solicit feedback from parents, staff, and the community about possible grade configuration options...

Seven Oak principal resigns after staffing conflict

Seven Oak Middle School Principal Wayne Reposa resigned Jan. 30, the first day of the new semester. He is taking voluntary personal leave, which is...

Man arrested for burglary, theft in Lebanon

Mark Anthony Romero, 35, was detained and later charged with two counts of first-degree burglary one count of third-degree theft. Lebanon Police responded to a...

Green Acres student recovering from meningococcal disease

By Audrey Caro Lebanon Local A second-grade student at Green Acres Elementary School was treated for and is now recovering from meningococcal disease. The district was notified...

Man arrested for assault inside Merlin’s Bar & Grill

Michael Shaffer, 28, of Lebanon, was arrested for second-degree assault and harassment on Jan. 21. Lebanon Police Officers responded to a report of an assault...

Young sentenced to 21 years for molestations

By Audrey Caro Lebanon Local Douglas James Young, Jr. of Lebanon was sentenced to 282 months of prison on Jan. 9 after pleading no contest to...

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