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2014 Backpacks for Kids!
[ October 18, 2014; 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM. ] Soroptomists of the Bay Area, Dept. of Human Services and K-DOCK is proud to partner up for Operation Backpacks For Kids! According to the Dept. of Human Services, the need for foster care for children removed from drug-endangered homes is still a constant problem. Often these children face a double trauma: not only do they suddenly [...]
Coos Bay Prescription Pill Disposal
The Coos Bay Police Department wants to remind everyone that Coos Bay and Coos County citizens can dispose of their medicinal trash at the Coos Bay Police Department’s “Prescription Pill Drop-off Point” which is located in the lobby of the Police Department. The Prescription Pill Drop-off Point allows citizens to dispose of prescriptions as well [...]
Sneaker Waves Possible on Saturday
Dangerous sneaker waves possible at the beaches Saturday! Breaker heights will increase to around 18 feet on Saturday which will produce a danger to beach goers on the south Oregon coast. West swell near 6 feet early Saturday morning will increase to near 12 feet by late Saturday afternoon. The period of this swell will be around [...]
Governor Proclaims October Fire Prevention Month
At the request of the Oregon State Fire Marshal to expand Fire Prevention Week into Fire Prevention Month, Governor John Kitzhaber has proclaimed October as Oregon Fire Prevention Month. Oregon’s theme mirrors the national theme – Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives! Test Yours Every Month! “Responsibility for fire safety begins at home,” said State Fire Marshal [...]
C.A.M. Complexities Of Visual Language
The Coos Art Museum welcomes Anne Sobbota as guest lecturer for the first of four lectures taking place Thursdays in October. Join them on October 9th at 5:30pm as Anne covers the lecture topic “How Symbols Speak: The Complexities of Visual Language, Past and Present”. This lecture will analyze the multi-layered language of [...]