Monthly Archives: October 2012

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Coos Bay Library Wants To Jazz Up Your Holiday Letters

The Coos Bay library will offer “JAZZY CHRISTMAS LETTERS” a class for novice MS Word users who wish to use Word to write and improve their holiday letters. The class will be held on Friday, November 9th, from 9:30-11am. at the library. This is the first time the library has offered this class! Seating is [...]


Saturday October 27 2012

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CBDA’s Trick Or Treat!

The Coos Bay Downtown Association is sponsoring the annual Trick Or treat event on Monday, October 31st. Businesses, including the library, ciy Hall administrative offices, the Fire station will participate by displaying a pumpkin poster in their windows. This will invite all the ghosts, goblins, witches, princesses, superheroes to trick or treat there. The [...]


Saturday October 27 2012

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Coos Bay 1st Grader Trick-Or-Treating To Help Cancer Patient

This Halloween, 7-year old Nathan Mullanix of Coos Bay is going the extra mile to help a local teenager in her battle with cancer. Nathan will collect as much candy as possible when he goes trick-or-treating so he can win a contest put on by a North Bend dentist and receive a $50 charitable contribution [...]


Friday October 26 2012

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ODF&W Lists Locations To View Salmon Spawning

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife report that Fall chinook salmon are spawning in local rivers, giving Oregonians a unique wildlife viewing opportunity. They ask the public to please watch spawning from a short distance without disturbing the fish or walking on redds. Viewing conditions can be limited after rainstorms, but water usually clears within [...]


Friday October 26 2012

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Change In Venue For Extraordinary Living Conference

[ November 3, 2012; 8:30 AM; ] The Coos County Retired & Senior Volunteer Program invites the community to attend the Southern Oregon Coast Extraordinary Living Conference on November 3rd.The conference will now be held in the Oregon Coast Culinary Institute on the Coos Campus. Participants will “Discover the Second Half of Life” through workshops, exhibits, entertainment and prizes. The day will [...]


Thursday October 25 2012

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Coos Bay Sewer Line Construction Done–Repaving Planned

The City of Coos Bay replaced a portion of the sanitary sewer line on South 7th Street between Johnson and Kruse Avenues. The work was started on Tuesday, due to a failure in the pipe. This portion of South 7th Street was closed to traffic, but has now been re-opened. The project has been finished, [...]


Thursday October 25 2012

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You Can’t Take It With You–Half Proceeds To Maslow Project

[ October 26, 2012; 6:00 PM; ] The Logo Players will present their 9th dinner theatre production on Friday and Saturday evenings, October 26th and 27th, and a Sunday matinee at 2pm on October 28th. You Can't Take It With You is a classic comedy, set in the late 1930s, about the Sycamore family. Consisting of eccentrics, oddballs and hangers-on including a [...]


Thursday October 25 2012

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Three Hour Stand Off Ends Peacefully For Coos Bay Man

After three hours of negotiations, a stand off between police and a Coos Bay man ended yesterday with no injuries. According to a press release, at about 10:30 yesterday morning, Coos Bay Police responded to the 700 block of south 4th Street to a report of a domestic disturbance involving an armed man inside an [...]


Wednesday October 24 2012

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5 To 3 Vote Favors Banning Transport of Coal Through Eugene

The City of Eugene has voted a resolution that would ban the transport of Coal by rail through the city. The trains would pass through the area on their way to be exported through the Oregon International Port of Coos Bay terminal. Eugene City Councilors discussed the issue and the potential health impacts [...]


Wednesday October 24 2012

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Chamber Opposes Home Rule Charter 143

With only two weeks left until election day, the Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has voted to oppose the Home Rule Charter, Measure 143. The non-profit business organization issued a press release backing their vote saying the Home Rule Charter increases the oversight of county government by subjecting most major decisions to a vote [...]


Wednesday October 24 2012

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