Governor Brown Announces Councils Will Award Three Fitness Centers To Oregon Schools

Governor Kate Brown has announced that nominations are open for elementary and middle schools in Oregon to apply for the National Foundation of Governors’ Fitness Councils 2017 Don’t Quit fitness campaign. The three schools that demonstrate leadership in getting and keeping students fit will be selected to receive $100,000 fitness centers.   Brown said, “Our children deserve [...]

Saturday Is For The Birds At South Slough

It’s bluebirds, swallows and seas at the South Slough Reserve on Saturday, February 25th. Begin from 11 to Noon with a short presentation about bluebird and swallow ecology. Put together your own bird house and learn how to attract birds and where to place your box for best results. Then from 1 to 2pm, [...]

Liberty Theatre Receives Grant From Arts Commission

The Liberty Theatre has received a $1,340 grant to help pay for some operating costs. In 2015, the Oregon Arts Commission established a two-year program to provide operating support for art-based local organizations that have an annual operating budget of less than $150,000. The grants support the core operation of small not-for-profit arts organizations. Applicants [...]

Grants Pass Man Stabbed In Myrtle Point

Coos County Sheriff’s office received a 911 call that a stabbing had occurred in Myrtle Point around 2:00 AM this morning. Upon arrival they found 21-year-old Austin Dale Martin had been stabbed in the chest an arm. Martin was taken to Coquille Valley Hospital and then transferred to River Bend Hospital in Eugene. Police allegedly [...]

42nd Annual Spaghetti Feed To Benefit Community

[ March 4, 2017; 3:00 PM; ] Everyone is invited to feast on delicious spaghetti hosted by the Hauser Rural Fire Department. It's Saturday, March 4th from 3 to 7pm at North Bay Elementary School, 93670 Viking Lane in North Bend. It's the 42nd Annual Spaghetti Feed to support the community and to benefit the Fire Department. Only $7.00 for adults, $4.00 [...]