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Recent Rainfall Lowers Fire Levels

Weather changes have brought cooler conditions to the Coos Forest Protective Association. The reduced fire danger levels are allowing fire mangers to lower fire levels within the district. Lands protected by CFPA within regulated use areas CS-1, CS-2, CS-4, CS-5, SK-1 and SK-2 will lower to a Level II. Changes are effective [...]


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Kitzhaber Proclaims Sept. 19th POW-MIA Recognition Day

Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber has proclaimed September 19th, to be POW-MIA Recognition Day. The proclamation honors the service and sacrifice of American military personnel who have either been captured, held as prisoners of war, or who remain missing in action. Oregon’s observance will coincide with the National POW-MIA Recognition Day that is celebrated annually on [...]


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Semi Truck and Trailer Crash on 38 at Scottsburg Bridge Closes Highway

UPDATE at 1:29 PM on 9/18/14 – ODOT: SW Oregon: ODOT will reopen one lane of Oregon 38 before 3 p.m., following a semi crash on Scottsburg Bridge. Motorists are advised to expect delays throughout the rest of the day as crews continue clean-up work and assess the bridge damage.   Highway 38 at the Scottsburg Bridge [...]


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ODOT: Scotsburg Bridge Closed Due To Crash.

The Oregon Department of Transportation reports that a crash has occurred on Highway 38, approximately 16 miles east of the intersection with Highway 101,(east of Reedsport.) At 9am on September 18th, ODOT reports that the Scottsburg Bridge is blocked by a commercial truck crash. More information will released as it become available. Traffic updates at [...]


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Coos Bay man injured in Highway 126 rollover

Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into an unreported serious injury crash found Tuesday morning by an ODOT employee and OSP trooper off the side of Highway 126W about ten miles west of Veneta. The driver’s name is released in this update.   On September 16, 2014 at approximately 7:30 a.m., an OSP trooper patrolling [...]