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Tips To Protect Oregonians From ID Theft
According to a survey by the AARP Fraud Watch Network, there are 10 things Oregonians do to put them at increased risk for identity theft. The survey shows common mistakes people make that put them at risk for having their identity stolen or their financial accounts compromised. After hours of video interviews with a convicted [...]
It’s A Little Lunch Music In Coos Bay
The Coos Bay Library will once again provide the popular “A Little Lunch Music” series in celebration of Oregon Days of Culture. Live music will be performed from Noon to 1:30pm in the Myrtlewood Room beginning Monday, October 6th through Friday, October 10th. Attendees are invited to bring their lunch or purchase a modestly priced [...]
Pregnancy Resource Center Walk For Life This Saturday
Pregnancy Resource Center Walk/Run For Life 5k. Saturday Sept. 27 at 8:30am. WALK In Coos Bay at Mingus Park Amphitheater, in Myrtle Point at Myrtle Crest Track, in Bandon at Bullard’s Beach. Or RUN the 5k at Mingus Park Amphitheatre.
US Forest Service extends Public Comment on South Coast Wilderness Areas
The U.S. Forest Service will extend the public comment period on a proposal that could impact several users in wilderness areas on the south coast. US Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell issued a statement assuring citizens that the agency is committed to the First Amendment and would not apply the new permitting fees to [...]
Stand UP! For The Bay Supports National Estuaries Day
Stand UP! For the Bay is a paddle event and celebration of national estuaries day. The event will take place in downtown Coos Bay, at the boardwalk on Saturday, September 27th at 9am. A waiver form will need to be signed by all those who are participating. The group will either stand up paddle, canoe, or [...]