Search for North Bend City Administrator Narrows

The North Bend City Council received an update regarding the search for a new City Administrator at last night’s city council meeting. The organization conducting the search has narrowed the list of candidates from 21 to around four. The council will likely receive a look at the finalists during an executive session in August. Current [...]

Coos History Museum To Reopen August 1st

Coos History Museum is set to reopen on August 1st. The Coos County Historical Society has authorized a reopening with restriction. They are asking all guests wanting to take a tour to pre-register before visiting. Guests will also be required to wear a mandatory face covering upon entry. Executive Director Marcia Hart says that the [...]

19 Dunes NRA Camping Sites Move To Reservations Only

The Forest Service has announced that multiple campgrounds and designated sand camping areas in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area will require all campsites to be reserved online or by phone. Campgrounds include Blue Bill, Carter Lake, Driftwood Two, Lagoon and Horsfall. Sand Camps include Umpqua, Spinreel, Siltcoos, Hauser and Horsfall. The campgrounds and campsites [...]

Coos Bay Man Indicted for Allegedly Pointing Gun at Protesters

A grand jury has returned a secret indictment against a Coos Bay Man who allegedly pointed a gun at protestors in June. 36-year-old Brandon Dean Moore was arrested by Coos Bay Police after allegedly pointing a gun from his truck at protesters near an intersection on Broadway in downtown Coos Bay. The indictment charges Moore [...]

Coos County COVID Cases Continue To Increase

Coos County has seen another uptick in COVID-19 cases since the last release from Coos Health and Wellness. The number of Confirmed and Presumptive cases increased to 69 over the weekend according to the Oregon Health Authority. Coos Health and Wellness Dr. Eric Gleason says two of the confirmed cases added since Friday were on [...]