Public Service Announcements

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Plein Air Paint Out At Mahaffy Ranch—Children’s Art Education Scholarship Fundraiser

The Coos Art Museum is honored to be guests at the Mahaffy Ranch for a Plein Air Paint Out on Sunday, October 12th from 10am to 4pm. This year’s event proceeds will fund the Coos Art Museum’s children’s art education scholarship program. Nestled amid the mountains along the Millicoma River, this 95+ acre ranch features a [...]


Saturday October 11 2014

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Country Contra Dance in Greenacres

Experience the fun of a Country Contra Dance at the Greenacres Grange Hall. There will live music and a caller for three hours of dancing starting at 7pm. Dancers of all ages are welcome at this public event sponsored by the South Coast Folk Society. New dancers can learn the easy steps and [...]


Friday October 10 2014

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BLM Announces Fee-Free Days for 2015

The Bureau of Land Management, in conjunction with other agencies in the Department of the Interior, will waive recreation-related fees for visitors to the National System of Public Lands on four occasions in 2015 — Martin Luther King, Jr. Day (January 19th), Presidents’ Day weekend (February 14th), National Public Lands Day (September 26th), and Veterans [...]


Friday October 10 2014

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Governor Proclaims October Fire Prevention Month

At the request of the Oregon State Fire Marshal to expand Fire Prevention Week into Fire Prevention Month, Governor John Kitzhaber has proclaimed October as Oregon Fire Prevention Month. Oregon’s theme mirrors the national theme – Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives! Test Yours Every Month! “Responsibility for fire safety begins at home,” said State Fire Marshal [...]


Thursday October 9 2014

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C.A.M. Complexities Of Visual Language

The Coos Art Museum welcomes Anne Sobbota as guest lecturer for the first of four lectures taking place Thursdays in October. Join them on October 9th at 5:30pm as Anne covers the lecture topic “How Symbols Speak: The Complexities of Visual Language, Past and Present”. This lecture will analyze the multi-layered language of [...]


Thursday October 9 2014

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“Chair-ity” Event To Benefit Juvenile Victim Program

The 6th Annual Chair–ity event, sponsored by Neighbor to Neighbor Mediation Services, will team up with the Coos Bay Wine Walk on Friday, October 3rd at 5pm. Local artists who have decorated chairs, tables as well as a special lectern will display their work at Time Bomb Exchange, 175 South Third Street, Coos Bay. [...]


Thursday October 2 2014

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Meeting Of State Land Board Regarding Elliott State Forest

[ October 8, 2014; 3:00 PM; ] The State Land Board will meet in special session on Wednesday, October 8th, to hear from the public regarding ownership and management of the Elliott State Forest. In recent years, revenues from the forest, a land asset of the Common School Fund, have been curtailed due to Endangered Species Act litigation. As a result, the [...]


Thursday October 2 2014

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Diabetes And Obesity Wellness Walk Oct. 4th

The Southern Coast Diabetes Association and Bay Bariatrics will present the Diabetes and Obesity Wellness Walk on October 4th in Coos Bay. Registration starts at 9am and the walk starts at 10am at Mingus Park. All the funds raised stay in the local area to help meet the goals of the community. The SCDA, Bay Bariatric and [...]


Wednesday October 1 2014

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DCSO: Man From Coos Bay Reported Missing

  The Douglas County Sheriff’s office is asking for help from the the public in locating a reported missing person. 59-year-old John Ambrosini SR, left his home in Coos Bay on Friday, September 26th, to go for a motorcycle ride to the Roseburg area. He was to return home later that evening. He last spoke to [...]


Tuesday September 30 2014

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Tips To Protect Oregonians From ID Theft

According to a survey by the AARP Fraud Watch Network, there are 10 things Oregonians do to put them at increased risk for identity theft. The survey shows common mistakes people make that put them at risk for having their identity stolen or their financial accounts compromised. After hours of video interviews with a convicted [...]


Monday September 29 2014

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