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Bandon Showcase Features Two On Tap

Two on Tap takes audiences back in time to when couples such as Fred and Ginger and Mickey and Judy filled the silver screen with vocal harmony and precision tap choreography. This lively show will be presented by Bandon Showcase at 7:30pm, Friday, March 14th, at the Sprague Community Theater in Bandon. Classic songs, fantastic vocals, [...]


Tuesday March 11 2014

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Funding Dredging Operations At Oregon’s Ports

Oregon’s Senators Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden announced that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has funded dredging operations at Oregon’s ports. As a result, Oregon’s ports will receive $19 million more in assistance – $4.2 million of it to six small ports that would have otherwise received $0 in federal funding. The new funding [...]


Tuesday March 11 2014

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Commissioner Cribbins Attends Washington DC Conference

Coos County Commissioner Melissa Cribbins was one of 1500 county officials represented this past week in Washington DC at the National Association of County’s Legislative Conference. The focus of this years conference was transportation and attendees urged congress to pass a multi-year surface transportation bill that provides long-term funding certainty for transportation infrastructure. A [...]


Monday March 10 2014

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North Bend High School Work Safe Video Selected As Finalist!

North Bend High School’s “Work Safe” video was selected as a finalist in the Oregon Young Employee Safety Video Contest. “O yes” hosts this annual contest. The top three entries will take home cash prizes ranging from $300 to $500 and will earn a matching amount for their school. The contest was open [...]


Monday March 10 2014

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Oregon Earthquake and Tsunami Information

6.9 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Up The Coast

  The USGS reported that a Magnitude 6.9 Earthquake shook the coastline late Sunday evening March 9, 2014 at 10:18 p.m. 50 miles west of Eureka California. The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center said there was not a threat of a Pacific Wide Tsunami.   Coastal residents in the area reported feeling about 20 seconds of shaking but no [...]


Monday March 10 2014

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Stephanie Gordon

Bandon Senior Will Advance To State Finals!

  A Bandon High School Senior will advance to the state finals after qualifying in the Southern Regional Poetry Out Loud Competition held this Past weekend in Ashland. 18-year-old Stephanie Gordon from Bandon High School will compete for the state title at Willamette University on Saturday. Gordon was one of 24 winners from throughout [...]


Monday March 10 2014

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Last Chance To See Trip To Bountiful

The Bandon Playhouse presents “The Trip to Bountiful,” March 8th and 9th at the Sprague Theater in Bandon. Saturday performance at 7:30 with a Sunday matinee at 2. Bandon resident Jason Tree directs this award winning play about widow Carrie Watts as she travels to her home in a town called Bountiful. Tickets are [...]


Saturday March 8 2014

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Learn About Identity Theft

Identity Theft: What You Need to Know. Do you know where your identity is today? Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the United States and can affect anyone: the young, old and everyone in-between. Sergeant Eric Schwenninger will be talking about what identity theft is, how it happens, what you can [...]


Friday March 7 2014

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Rotary Beach Clean Up March 22nd

[ March 22, 2014; 9:00 AM; ] The Rotary Club of Reedsport has adopted the beach accessed by Sparrow Park Road, north of Gardiner, during SOLV’s Annual Great Oregon Spring Beach Clean-up on Saturday, March 22nd. To add to the excitement of this event the Rotary Club is donating glass floats. These floats will be given away by raffle to those [...]


Thursday March 6 2014

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Wave Energy Developer Stops OR. Project

Ocean Power Technologies has scrapped plans to build the nation’s first large-scale wave energy project off the Oregon coast. They say the costs were too high to make it work. The anticipated project would have placed a flotilla of 100 energy-producing buoys, each about the size of a school bus, in the waves off the [...]


Thursday March 6 2014

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