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Man Charged With Harassing Deputy

Coos County Sheriff’s responded to Bastendorff Beach to assist with a medical call regarding a reported combative patient on September 3rd. A man identified as Declan Chesbrough, from Vermont, had allegedly fought against EMT’s and their attempts to remove him from being swept away from the incoming tide.   Chesbrough was speaking incoherently and it was suspected [...]


Mobile Home Fire, No One Injured

No injuries were reported when a mobile home went up in flames. The Coos Bay Fire Department responded to 63282 Everest to the reported mobile home on fire on Wednesday, September 6th at 12:55am. First responders found the mobile home fully engulfed and spreading. The fire was under control by 1:20am. Suppression personnel did [...]


September is National Preparedness Month

Preparing for disasters and emergencies can be overwhelming. Coos Health and Wellness suggests that an emergency communication plan is a great starting point and will ensure your family knows what to do when disaster hits. Discuss with your family how you will inform each other about each person’s safety in an emergency. Know where you [...]


Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Class In Coos Bay

[ September 21, 2017; 6:00 PM; ] The Coos Bay Fire Department is hosting a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (or CPR) class for health care providers. The class will be held at the Fire Department's main station at 450 Elrod Avenue. This American Heart Association basic life support class will be held on Thursday September 21st from 6 to 10pm. Pre-registration is required as [...]


Coos County Forest Closure Fire Danger

***URGENT***   The Coos County Board of Commissioners declared an emergency in Coos County due to extreme fire conditions, and ordered the temporary closure of all Coos County Forest to the public and all non-essential personnel. The same extreme fire conditions that led to the fires throughout Oregon also exist in Coos County, and the chance for [...]