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City of License:
Lane Community College
KLFO is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 88.1 MHz. The station is licensed to Florence, OR. The station broadcasts Public Radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
Central Lincoln is needing to remove some old electric facilities from the bridge per ODOT.
This is going to result in a temp South bound Land closure.
Our targeted window for work is as follows:
Monday 3/31/14 Noon to 4:00PM
Tuesday 4/1/14 8:00AM to 4:30PM
Wednesday 4/1/14 8:00AM to 4:30PM
Thursday 4/1/14 8:00AM to 4:30PM
Our flaggers will let traffic through on 15 min intervals during this time. We will have spotters on the North and South end of the bridge.
If traffic starts backing up too much we will shorten our intervals.
ALL emergency vehicles will get top priority. As quickly as we can move out of the way, we will get you through.
Any questions, please let me know
Robin M Hicks
Senior Distribution Engineering Tech
By: Robin Hicks on March 26, 2014
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 03.15.18
5TH Annual B-17 Alliance Fly-In Fundraiser Aug 3-4, 2018
With your help the “Lacey Lady” will fly again!
501 C3 non-profit corporation ID# 20-3507294 (All donations are tax deductible)
All are invited to attend the B-17 Alliance Foundation Fly-In Fundraiser August 3 & 4, 2013 9am-6pm at historic McNary Field in Salem, Oregon. Join the B-17 Alliance for WWII Aircraft, Vintage Aircraft, Military & Aviation Swap Meet, WWII Living History Encampment, Military Vehicles, Aviation Themed Rat Rods from the famous Gary Fisher located in Hood River, Oregon & plenty of eats and drinks! Friday August 3, 2018 also hosts a Fabulous 40’s Hangar Dance & Party (5:30pm-8:30pm) *Gate admission applies*
Erickson Aircraft Collection’s WWII P-40e Kittyhawk & SBD Dauntless to headline the 5th Annual!
B-17 Alliance Foundation Fly-In Fundraiser August 3-4, 2018. (formerly known as “Warbirds Over the West”)
The B-17 Alliance Foundation is very excited to announce that the Madras, Oregon based Erickson Aircraft Collections’ WWII P-40e Kittyhawk and SBD Dauntless will headline the 5th Annual B-17 Alliance Foundation Fly-In Fundraiser. The Erickson Aircraft Collection (formerly located at the historic Tillamook Air Museum in Tillamook, Oregon) based in Madras, Oregon displays a vintage WWII aircraft collection started by Jack Erickson in 1983. The collection features over twenty plus warbirds, most of which are still in flying condition. **Flying schedules will be published prior to the Annual Fly-In.**
Also featured at the 5th Annual Fly-In will be Ragwood Refactory owner Kyle Bushman’s 1943 Navy N3N “Old Glory” & Bryan Harper’s 1943 T-6 Texan Aircraft (Harper Family Farms). Selected in 2017 from over 800 rally applicants Kyle and Bryan are among the rare pilots of the 15 competing rally teams in the Vintage Air Rally Race Ushuala2USA scheduled for November 2018 spanning South America. 15 Teams, 44 days, 9200 miles – 44 days, 9200 miles – the Rally is on! The Fly-In will be the last public viewing of “Old Glory” prior to departing to South America in mid-August 2018.
The B-17 Alliance Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to the people of WWII, all our veterans and the restoration of the “Lacy Lady”, a B-17G Flying Fortress that served as a service canopy in Milwaukee, Oregon for over 67 years. The “Lacey Lady” is now undergoing full restoration to flying condition at the Alliance’s Museum & Restoration hangar in Salem, Oregon.
To read more about the B-17 Alliance Foundation you can visit www.B17Alliance.com or follow us on Facebook. Facebook: B-17 Alliance Foundation
Bryan Heim – 503.709.5330 Terry Scott – 503.654.6491
B-17 Alliance Foundation B-17 Alliance Foundation
Annual Fly-In Coordinator Executive Director
B-17 Alliance Headquarters B-17 Alliance Museum & Restoration Hangar
13515 SE McLoughlin Blvd. 3278 25th Street SE
Milwaukee, Oregon 97222 Salem, OR 97302
By: Larry Bentley on June 26, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Instacart Online Full service Personal shopper and delivery Service is know available in Florence and the surrounding areas. This service is great for The Elderly, People with disabilities, anyone who has trouble getting to the market to shop for groceries...Moms who don't have time to shop, people who live at the lakes, People who just hate to shop! now Instacart can do it for you. Just download the app, Pick a store, Order what you want and we shop for your items and deliver them to your door in about an hour or less Free 14 day Express Trial and Free Delivery on any orders $35 or more.
By: Alan A Clabaugh on March 13, 2019
Hi, We recently moved our business to Florence and are trying to get the word we are here. We sell parts and accessories for motorcycles and ATV's. If you need to fill a spot and would like to interview us please call at 541-590-3679 And feel free to check out our web site amotostuff.com
Thanks in advance,
Judi Olson co-owner
By: Adventure MotoStuff LLC on April 30, 2019
The George C. Leber Detachment 1481 of the Marine Corps League serves Lincoln County veterans of all branches, and our community.
We are currently working on fund-raising for the veterans’ outreach programs, which this month includes a Thanksgiving dinner-in-a-box for veterans and their families which are being prepared by the Ft. Kennedy volunteers.
Any veteran that would like a Thanksgiving dinner box please contact “Bulldog” Sump at 541-921-0956 by October 15th, 2020. Let him know how many people live with you so enough can be provided for all.
We are also preparing for the annual Toys for Tots drive. Collection boxes will be deposited in stores and groceries around Lincoln County for donations of new, wrapped toys. (No damaged or used items, please.)
We also offer a Flags of Honor program for veterans nearing the end of their lives, wherein a flag from the appropriate branch of service is presented to the veteran and his family.
As always, our detachment is seeking a few more good Marines and FMF Navy Corpsmen of all eras and units are welcome, as well as spouses, families, veterans of other branches who have served with the Marines and civilian supporters.
Meetings are usually held at 1300 on the second Saturday of each month, currently on a rotating basis at the American Legion on 424 W Olive St., Newport, and the Hilltop Inn at 1910 SE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, but due to the current Covid restrictions, we have been meeting remotely.
If you are interested in attending or signing up, please contact Bulldog (541) 921-0956 or Mike (623) 703-1146.
For more information, see our FaceBook page. (GeorgeCLeberMCL)
By: F. J. Taylor on October 13, 2020
I think it is time for Lincoln County, Oregon to open up. It is time for business owners to stop treating customers like they are a walking talking petri-dish. Fred Meyer’s vision center and the Newport vision center are so afraid of customers that they won’t let you look at glasses, when there is no one else in the facility.
My recommendation for any business or employee who is so effing afraid to leave their house...don’t go to work. Stop puking your fear and hysteria all over normal people, who are just trying to spend money and get back home. Customers deserve to be treated like customers and any employee who does not understand the concept of customer service, because their head is so far buried up their a** with fear, should hide under the bed and stop subjecting the rest of us, to their immature, hysterical, unprofessional bullshit.
A grown ass woman
By: Mia on October 24, 2020
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