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Public Service Announcements
Are You Man Enough To Walk A Mile In Her Shoes ?
Men from all over Coos County will be raising awareness about gender violence at Southwestern Oregon Community College on Wednesday, April 30th. The event is called Walk A Mile In Her Shoes, when men will put on a pair of high-heeled shoes and walk around the SWOCC campus. The event is co-sponsored by the Zonta Club [...]
Fundraiser Nets Over $15K For ORCCA Program
The recent Mr. MHS Pageant had a record-breaking fundraising year netting $15,250 for Oregon Coast Community Action’s “Share Bear Snack Pack” program. With a talented cast, great leadership, and a lot of hard work the students exceeded their goal of $20,000 to fund local charitable efforts. In addition to the check for the [...]
Coos Bay Timberlands Hunter Access Update.
The Weyerhaeuser Millicoma Tree Farm is closed to all public vehicle access, but will be open for any walk in recreational activity, including hunting, on weekends only. Weyerhaeuser properties in the Bay View district and Seven Devils are closed to All public access at this time. Starting August 1st, there will be a new access policy [...]
Day Of Caring Volunteers Ready To Help Seniors And Disabled
The Day of Caring is on Saturday, April 26th. The United Way of Southwestern Oregon has 200 people who have volunteered their time for this year’s 6th Annual Day of Caring. Executive Director Bill Harsh says that they have 65 houses scheduled to be attended to on April 26th. Harsh says this is the [...]
Nominations Being Accepted For Honored Citizens
Recommendations for outstanding citizens to be honored during the North Bend July Jubilee are now being accepted through April 30th. Submissions can be dropped off at the North Bend Visitor Information Center, or mailed to The North Bend July Jubilee Committee, Box B, North Bend, OR 97459. Candidates may be suggested in three categories Citizen [...]
Flare Demonstration At Empire Boat Ramp
The Coos Bay Power Squadron will be performing a flare (Visual Distress Signal) shoot and demonstration. This will be on May 18th at the Empire boat ramp area between 10am and 12pm, in conjunction with safe boating week. This is a good way to see and use the different flares, and VDS items. It is [...]
Cover Oregon Enrollment Fair April 24th
The deadline to enroll in private health insurance coverage is April 30th. Oregon Coast Community Action is inviting members of the community with questions about health coverage options available through the Affordable Care Act and Cover Oregon to meet with Kim Rollins to participate in an information and Cover Oregon enrollment fair. The event [...]
Water Board: Glasgow Residents Shouldn’t Drink Water
Officials with the Coos Bay North Bend Water Board advise that customers in the Glasgow community, north of the McCullough Bridge, not to use the municipal water for drinking or cooking. The Water Board has received several complaints about the quality of the water within the Glasgow community. The complaints have focused on a fuel-like [...]
14th Annual Prefontaine Rotary Invitational Track And Field Meet
The Marshfield High School track and field community, in partnership with three Rotary International clubs in the Bay area are welcoming athletes, coaches, parents, and supporters for the 14th annual Prefontaine Rotary Invitational Track and Field meet. According to Mac McIntosh, Head Coach, Marshfield Pirate Track and Field, over 800 high school athletes from more [...]
Lions Host Easter Egg Hunt
The Gardiner-Reedsport Lions are again sponsoring an Easter Egg hunt for local children. The first Lions Easter Egg hunt was held in 1952, so this is the 62nd Annual Easter-Egg hunt! The event will be on Sunday, April 20th at 1:30pm at Barrone Park. Over 1000 candy and treat-filled eggs will be hidden for the event. [...]