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Former SWOCC President killed in car crash
On July 7, 2015 at about 9:00 PM the Coos County Sheriff’s Office responded to an accident on the Trans Pacific Parkway. Upon arrival first responders found a 1998 Ford Expedition that had been in a single vehicle high speed accident. First responders found an elderly male lying on the ground away from the vehicle. The [...]
Raising Funds For Coos Elderly Services July 10th
At Coos Elderly Services, their mission is to provide financial management services to the elderly and other vulnerable members of the community. The life-enhancing work of Coos Elderly Services, Inc. depends on the generosity of the community. They are seeking donations of household goods, electronics, clothing, toys, books and other items to be sold at [...]
Smoke Testing Of Sewer Mains Starts July 15th
The city of Coos Bay will be conducting smoke tests of the public sewer mains on Elrod Avenue between South 10th Street and South 11th Street. The testing will be done from July 15th through July 17th. The tests will assist the city in locating breaks and defects in the sewer system. During [...]
Western Snowy Plover Restrictions In Place Until September 15th.
Visitors to area beaches are reminded that the Western snowy plover nesting season restrictions remain in place until September 15th, 2015. Violators who put vulnerable eggs and young of this federally threatened shorebird at risk may be ticketed and fined. Western snowy plover nesting areas in Oregon are managed by the Forest Service, Oregon Parks and [...]
Program Will Replace Culverts On Highways 38 And 101
Intermittent delays should be expected for the next four years on Oregon Highways 38 and 101 as construction begins on a pilot program to repair or replace more than 150 culverts in Coos and Douglas Counties. The Oregon Department of Transportation reports that many of the culverts are aging and damaged, backing up in heavy [...]