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Pump Prices Make Largest Weekly Jump Of Year

Oregon drivers are enjoying the third-largest annual drop in prices at the pump in the country. For the week, Triple AAA of Oregon reports that the national average for regular unleaded increases a nickel to $1.81 a gallon. The Oregon average goes up six cents to just under $2.00. Despite the increase, the Oregon average [...]


Monday March 14 2016

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Get The Garden Started In Coquille March 17th

[ March 17, 2016; 11:00 AM; ] The Coquille Valley Hospital will hold its Annual Garden Starting Party on March 17th from 11am to 1pm. This is a free event and a great opportunity for members of the community to get some seeds for planting and receive some healthy recipes. The event will be held in the hospital's plaza conference room, at [...]


Saturday March 12 2016

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Earthquake Preparedness Workshop

The Emergency Management Division of the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department and the Douglas County Safety Committee are offering free training to the public regarding preparation and response for a Cascadia subduction zone earthquake. The County has invited Dr. Altheo Rizzo, Oregon Office of Emergency Management, Geologic Hazards Program Coordinator, to present a one hour workshop [...]


Saturday March 12 2016

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Flood Watch In Effect For Coquille River

The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Watch for the Coquille River at Coquille from now through March 17th. A series of strong storms will bring heavy rain to South West Oregon this weekend. This could cause the Coquille River to rise above flood stage by Monday. Landslides and debris [...]


Friday March 11 2016

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Flushing Of Water Lines Starts March 14th

The Coos Bay–North Bend Water Board will perform routine maintenance flushing of water lines in North Bend starting Monday, March 14th. Flushing will be from Virginia Avenue north including the Simpson Heights area and across the McCullough Bridge to North Bay Drive; and from Sheridan Avenue west to Lincoln Street. Flushing will also occur in [...]


Friday March 11 2016

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Make A Difference In The Life Of A Vulnerable Adult

Give someone the gift of piece of mind. Anyone who has thought about volunteering, consider giving some of your time to those in need through Coos Elderly Services. When you volunteer just two hours a month, that makes a positive difference in the life of a vulnerable adult. Offer a helping hand and bring someone’s [...]


Friday March 11 2016

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Relay For Life Team Rally In Coos Bay

The first Team Rally for the Relay for Life of Coos County is tonight at the Coos Bay Fire Hall on Elrod Avenue at 7pm. Anyone who is thinking about participating in this year’s event on Saturday, June 25th through Sunday June 26th, 2016, this meeting is for you. They will explain how to get [...]


Thursday March 10 2016

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Pregnancy Resource Center Receives Grant

The Coos County Pregnancy Resource Center will be able to provide safe sleeping environments for infants of their clients with a $1,250 grant from the Coquille Tribal Community Fund.   The PRC’s Safe Sleep Project gives education on reducing the risk of sudden infant death syndrome. The grant given by Coquille Tribal Community Fund will be used [...]


Wednesday March 9 2016

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Oldtime Fiddlers Perform Free Concert

[ March 19, 2016; 1:00 PM; 1:00 PM; 1:00 PM; ] The Oregon Oldtime Fiddlers (District 5) will be performing on Saturday, March 19th at the Winchester Bay Community Center. They will start at 1pm with an acoustic jam following at 3pm. The public is invited and there is no charge. The Oldtime Fiddlers is a non- profit organization whose mission is to play, promote and [...]


Wednesday March 9 2016

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B.O.L.I. Seminar In Coos Bay

[ March 17, 2016; 8:00 AM; ] A half-day seminar called "Wage and Hour Laws" will be held on Thursday March 17th, presented by the Bureau of Labor and Industries. This seminar focuses on state and federal wage and hour regulations that affect Oregon employers. The seminar is for human resources and payroll personnel who are responsible for ensuring wage and hour [...]


Tuesday March 8 2016

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