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Moore Sentenced To Prison

A former resident of North Bend will spend 788 months in prison. 49-year-old Kenneth Everett Moore was sentenced on six counts of First Degree Rape on March 31st by Judge Richard Barron. Moore had been found guilty on those counts on March 26th by a trial jury. According to Coos County District Attorney Paul [...]


Wednesday April 1 2015

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Baby Poultry May Carry Salmonella Bacteria

Coos Health and Wellness in North Bend reports that baby poultry carry salmonella bacteria that can cause serious illness. Salmonella bacteria often contaminate adult chickens, ducks, and other live poultry. The adult poultry spread the bacteria to their offspring. Because of their size and cuteness, these birds often are picked up by children, who may [...]


Wednesday April 1 2015

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Bank Robbery Suspect Allegedly Used Stolen Vehicle From Coos County

On March 27th, the Roseburg Police Department investigated a bank robbery at US Bank in downtown Roseburg. The investigation uncovered links between the robbery at US Bank and an alleged theft of a motor vehicle reported in Coos County on March 27th. This led to the development of 48-year-old Arthur Benito Calderon, a recent resident [...]


Monday March 30 2015

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SOLVE Volunteers Clear Debris From Beaches

More than 5,000 volunteers removed 62,500 pounds of marine debris from beaches throughout Oregon on March 28th. The annual SOLVE Spring Oregon Beach Cleanup has been an Oregon tradition for 30 years; the twice-annual coast-wide beach cleanups have seen nearly 240,000 SOLVE volunteers remove an estimated 3.2 million pounds of trash from our beaches since [...]


Monday March 30 2015

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Capsized Boat At Rogue River; One Person Dead

The Curry County Sheriff’s Office received two 911 calls from witnesses to a boating accident at the mouth of the Rogue River on March 28th. The callers reported that an eighteen foot boat with two subjects had capsized near the north jetty as it was attempting to cross the bar. The bar was breaking [...]


Monday March 30 2015

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Studded Tire Season Ends March 31st

The Oregon Department of Transportation is asking all drivers to remove their studded tires by the end of the day Tuesday, March 31st. Given current weather forecasts, ODOT does not plan to extend the Oregon studded tire season. ODOT encourages drivers to consider other types of traction tires or chains. A recent study concluded that [...]


Thursday March 26 2015

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“Clueless In The Ballroom” At Sprague Theatre

The Sprague Community Theatre presents a classically classic whodunit in which murder Is a-foot by Rebeca Jones. The performance is onstage March 27th through the 29th. Tickets for Clueless In The Ballroom are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and $5 for students. Ticket outlets: Bandon Ace Hardware and Radio Shack and Bandon Mercantile. The setting [...]


Thursday March 26 2015

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Coos County Re-Appraisals At End Of March

The Coos County Assessor’s Office announces the start of the 2015 reappraisal of Coos County residential properties. Reappraisals are done to ensure the accuracy of the inventory in the assessor’s records and to check that assessment values are indicative of the market. Since the 1997 passage of Measure 50 eliminated a mandatory reappraisal, [...]


Wednesday March 25 2015

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Employer Council to Hold Seminar April 11th

[ April 15, 2015; 7:30 AM; ] The Oregon Employer Council South Coast is hosting a seminar on Thursday April 15th. The seminar is titled, Toss That Trash: How To Clear Your Mind and Jump start Your Life. The presenter is Steve Kaufman, a nationally known presenter who will be discussing how to clear the garbage we carry around with us in [...]


Wednesday March 25 2015

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Myrtle Point Waste Water Plant Inundated By Storm Water

Due to the 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 and therefore waste water was bypassed to the Coquille [...]


Tuesday March 24 2015

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