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Shed Hunt Responsibly To Protect Big Game

This time of year many Oregonians are outdoors looking for shed antlers. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife reports that Oregon’s male deer and elk naturally shed their antlers at this time of year–only to regrow them in spring and summer. Buck deer usually shed theirs from late December through March, and bull elk from [...]


Friday February 27 2015

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Free Swing Dance Lessons In Coos Bay

The Clambake Jazz Festival has teamed-up with the USA Dance Organization to offer free swing dance lessons on Thursday February 26th from 6 to 8p.m. And again on Tuesday, March 3rd. The free lessons will be held upstairs at the Eagles Lodge at 568 South 2nd Street in Coos Bay. These are open to the public and [...]


Thursday February 26 2015

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Relay For Life Event In North Bend

Helping to raise funds for the American Cancer Society on Thursday, February 26th. Join the Sailor Bettie’s Relay For Life team as they host an event at the Liberty Pub, 2047 Sherman Avenue in North Bend. All the fun starts at 4p.m., with a percentage of sales going to the Sailor Bettie’s Relay team. Call 541-756-2550 [...]


Wednesday February 25 2015

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Maslow Project Helping Homeless Children And Families

The Maslow Project, at 740 South Second Street in Coos Bay, provides basic needs, advocacy, and essential support services to homeless children and youth–ages 0-21 and their families throughout Coos County. The mission of the Maslow Project is to find these children, ensure their basic survival needs are met (food, clothing, safety), and to support them [...]


Wednesday February 25 2015

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Free Lecture “Death From Space” At SWOCC

[ March 7, 2015; 7:00 PM; ] The geology lecture series continues at Southwestern Oregon Community College on Saturday, March 7th at 7:00 p.m. with Dr. David Jewitt presenting “Death From Space.” This free lecture is at the Hales Center for the Performing Arts on the Coos Bay campus and is open to the public. Professor Jewitt’s research centers on [...]


Tuesday February 24 2015

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Pancake Feed To Benefit Local Charities

Bay Area Sunrise Rotary presents a delicious pancake feed on Saturday, March 7th starting at 8a.m. Everyone is welcome to McAuley Hall at Baycrest Village for breakfast! The whole family will enjoy pancakes, sausage and bacon. Adults only $5.00 and children $3.00. Five years old and younger eat for free! The address is 3959 Sherman [...]


Tuesday February 24 2015

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Library Presents 3rd Annual Adult Spelling Bee

[ April 4, 2015; 7:00 PM; ] The Coos Bay Library Foundation is looking for some good spellers! Not just good spellers—but really good spellers. Registration is open for the Foundation’s Adult Spelling Bee, to be held April 4th at 7p.m. The event will take place at the Mill Casino’s Salmon Room. Not only will the winners claim bragging rights, but [...]


Friday February 20 2015

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Southwestern Oregon Preppers To Hold Meeting In Coquille

The Southwestern Oregon Preppers will hold a meeting on Saturday, February 21st at the Coquille Valley Traditional Skills Center, 61 North First Street. The main topic will be “Introduction to Primitive Skills”. Learn how to use things found in nature. The SWOP meeting will start with a question and answer period before the main [...]


Friday February 20 2015

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Free Caregiver Classes In North Bend

There will be a series of free caregiver classes that begin on March 4th, running for six consecutive Wednesdays through April 8th. Choose afternoons or evenings and register for only one series. The classes are being offered afternoons from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m., or evenings from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. They will be held [...]


Thursday February 19 2015

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Oregon Chub Removed From Endangered Species List

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife announces that the Oregon chub has become the first fish in the United States to be taken off the federal Endangered Species List as the result of population recovery. The Fish and Wildlife Service announced the de-listing during a ceremony at Finley National Wildlife Refuge near Corvallis, which [...]


Thursday February 19 2015

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