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Walk A Mile To Benefit Women’s Safety And Resource Center

Southwestern Oregon Community College will host “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes: The International Men’s March to Stop Rape, Sexual Assault and Gender Violence”. Co-sponsored by The Zonta Club of the Coos Bay area, the march benefits the Women’s Safety and Resource Center. It’s happening on Thursday, May 12th. All men in the community [...]

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Three Finalists Named For Coos Bay Superintendent

The Coos Bay School District’s Board of Directors has announced that three finalists have been selected for further consideration to be the district’s next Superintendent beginning July 1st. Superintendent Dawn Granger will finish her time in the district on June 30th. The Board and a screening committee of staff and community reviewed an applicant field [...]

Heroin Town Hall

Second Heroin / Opiate Town Hall Meeting

[ May 18, 2016; 7:00 PM; ] Coos County Community Corrections and the North Bend Police Department are hosting a second Heroin/Opiate Town Hall meeting at the Mill Casino's Salmon Room on Wednesday, May 18th at 7pm. They will present the work that has been accomplished since November, 2015 with the regular meetings of the Heroin/Opiate Work Group and with all disciplines [...]

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Transportation Safety Awareness Month In Oregon

The Oregon Department of Transportation, Oregon State Police, Triple A of Oregon and the Oregon Trucking Associations kicked off Transportation Safety Awareness Month reminding drivers that everyone on the road has a responsibility to pay attention. “We are challenging Oregon drivers to ditch the distractions and focus on driving,” said ODOT Director Matt Garrett.   Knife [...]

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Oregon’s Pink Shrimp Fleet Suspends Operations

Oregon’s pink shrimp fleet has agreed to suspend harvesting operations, due to an overabundance of sub-legal sized shrimp. After six years of record catches, the fleet was expecting the worst after this winter’s El Nino was elevated to ‘super’ status, as the warm water associated with an El Nino is usually detrimental to shrimp recruitment. [...]