Public Service Announcements

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Navigating Health Care Options

[ March 4, 2014; 6:00 PM; ] The Coos Bay Downtown Association is working with The Main Street Alliance of Oregon to provide a free community forum that will help the public make sense of the Affordable Care Act and Cover Oregon, highlighting the benefits of the act for health. They will cover benefits to individuals, families, and small businesses, walk people [...]


Friday February 21 2014

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Hauser Rural Fire Annual Spaghetti Feed

Everyone is invited to come to the Hauser Rural Fire Department’s spaghetti feed to enjoy a delicious dinner on March 1st. This is their 39th Annual Spaghetti Feed – Saturday March 1st, from 3pm to 7pm at the North Bay Elementary School. Included in this fabulous dinner will be spaghetti, salad, and juice, coffee or soda [...]


Friday February 21 2014

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Free Swing Dance Lessons!

Learn how to swing! The Clambake Jazz Festival has teamed-up with the USA Dance organization to offer free swing dance lessons on Tuesday, February 25th and Thursday, February 27th, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. It will be held upstairs at the Eagles Lodge at 568 South 2nd Street in Coos Bay. This is open to the public, [...]


Thursday February 20 2014

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Relay For Life Dessert Social In Coos Bay

On Wednesday, February 19th, everyone is welcome to the Red Lion Hotel. Invite a friend and join them for a night of fun, while learning about the 2014 Relay For Life of Coos Bay/North Bend. And how you and your family and friends or business can get involved this year. This year, the Relay For Life [...]


Wednesday February 19 2014

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Update On Isthmus Slough Bridge Work

Update! The bridge work has been postponed until next week, February 24th–27th, due to poor weather. The Oregon Department of Transportation announces that drivers who are traveling between Eastside and downtown Coos Bay next week week should expect intermittent daytime delays of up to 20 minutes at the Isthmus Slough Bridge. The traffic delays are necessary so [...]


Tuesday February 18 2014

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Committee Seeks Names For Memorial

The Charleston Fishermen’s Memorial Committee is seeking names of individuals who were lost at sea, or have worked in the fishing industry, to be listed on the memorial at the Charleston Marina. The deadline for sending applications is Monday, March 17th. Application forms are available at the Port of Coos Bay’s Charleston Marina office, 63534 Kingfisher [...]


Monday February 17 2014

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Relay For Life Dessert Social Feb. 19th

It’s a Relay Dessert Social! On Wednesday, February 19th, everyone is welcome to the Red Lion Hotel. Invite a friend and join them for a night of fun, while learning about the 2014 Relay For Life of Coos Bay/North Bend. And how you and your family and friends or business can get involved this year. You [...]


Friday February 14 2014

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Umpqua River Lighthouse Open President’s Day Weekend

Bring your family and friends out to the Umpqua River Lighthouse Museum this President’s Day weekend. They have tour guides on duty ready to take you up into the Lighthouse. They’re treating everyone to a 25% sale off everything at the Lighthouse Museum’s Gift Store. Confluence Festival attendees: come to the Museum and show your [...]


Thursday February 13 2014

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Free Gardening Seminar In Coquille

The Coquille Valley Seed Library is hosting a FREE garden seminar on Thursday, February 13th, 6pm at the Owen Building, 201 North Adams Street, Coquille. “History of organic agriculture in the Coquille Valley” will be presented by Roland Ransdell, Coos County organic gardener for 44 years. He was co-founder of Oregon Tilth, a certifying organization which [...]


Thursday February 13 2014

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Myrtle Point Waste Water Plant Inundated

Due to recent rainfall, the city of Myrtle Point’s waste water plant was inundated by a surge of storm water from inflow and infiltration into the sewage collection system. The waste water plant does not have the capacity to treat the amount of storm water that infiltrated the sewage collection system and therefore waste water was [...]


Wednesday February 12 2014

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