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Local outdoor enthusiasts publish canoe, kayak and paddle guide  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT - Longtime Myrtle Point kayaker Ron Wardman has teamed with Coos Bay outdoor writer Tom Baake to create the third edition of the popular ...



Glide girls pull away from Myrtle Point for win  Coos Bay World

MYRLTE POINT — For a half Wednesday night, Myrtle Point's girls basketball team stuck with athletic Glide.



Myrtle Point Harvest Festival celebrates 40th year | Local News  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — On the first day of the fall season, community members interested in promoting and sharing their abundance of locally-grown vegetables and ...



MP principal praises 'eclectic' graduating class | Education  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Myrtle Point High School held its graduation ceremony Saturday at its gymnasium where a number of families and friends gathered to ...



Glide boys use inside strength to beat Myrtle Point  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Jamil Wynn expects it to take a little time for his Myrtle Point boys basketball squad, which starts three sophomores and two juniors, to reach ...



Myrtle Point High School Sends Off Class of 2018  Coos Bay World

Myrtle Point High School faculty honored and bid farewell to 35 students Saturday during a commencement ceremony with hundreds in attendance at the ...



Myrtle Point holds off Prospect for first win of season  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Myrtle Point football coach Jimmy Farmer wrote a date on the board in the Myrtle Point locker room before Friday night's contest against ...



Myrtle Point adjusts to eight-man football | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Sam Clark has spent a lot of time around the Myrtle Point football program over the years as an assistant coach, but probably has never been ...



UPDATE 7:19 a.m.: North Bend School District announces two-hour delay today  Coos Bay World

SOUTH COAST —The North Bend School District is on a two-hour delay this morning, joining the Coos Bay and Coquille School Districts as roads recover from ...



Myrtle Point High School students take first in esteemed film contest  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Steps away from entering the cafeteria at Myrtle Point High School, a large wave of voices begin to rise as numerous students gather around ...



Marie Nichols | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Marie (Michel) Nichols passed away March 14, 2019 two months before her 95th birthday. She worked at Security Bank in Myrtle Point prior to marriage and ...



New Myrtle Point auto shop, Outlaw Auto, provides an array of services in the hopes of establishing itself as the leading shop in town  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — John and Alayna Black know a thing or two about persistence. The Coos Bay couple has been working over the last three years to open up ...



Coos County Commissioners declare local state of emergency due to weather  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — The Coos County Board of Commissioners met Tuesday afternoon and declared a local state of emergency following this weekend's winter ...



Tournament Q&A with Travis Howard | Class 3A State Basketball Playoffs  Coos Bay World

Travis Howard graduated from Myrtle Point High School in 1991 and played one year of basketball at Umpqua Community College, another at Southwestern ...



This Week's Calendar of Events | South Coast  Coos Bay World

Coos Kennel Club Annual All AKC Breed Dog Show 8 a.m.-8 p.m., Bandon High School, 550 Ninth St. SW, Bandon. www.barayevents.com. Central Coast ...



In North Bend, Oregon, Myrtlewood Is As Good As Cash  OPB News

In 1933, with its only bank closed and the country in the midst of the Great Depression, the Oregon shipbuilding and timber city of North Bend turned to a local ...



Flooding along the Coquille River; 42S closed by slide  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The City of Coquille is continuing to monitor its water system for possible spikes of turbidity (cloudiness) levels following this week's increased ...



Marjorie May Wyatt Zumwalt Hoffman | Obituaries | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

Marjorie May Wyatt Zumwalt Hoffman, peacefully passed away at 11 a.m., Jan. 23, at the Coquille Valley Hospital after unforeseen medical difficulties, and did ...



Home destroyed in Coquille fire | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — In the early hours Monday morning the Coquille Fire Department battled a house fire on the 1300 block of North Henry Street.



Crowd turns out to support Myrtle Point coach  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — Furious that football coach Marty Stallard was relieved of his coaching duties for two games, parents and students turned out en masse Nov.



Coos County preps for 106th county fair | Local News  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — People from all over were bustling around the Coos County Fairgrounds in Myrtle Point Monday in preparation for the Coos County Fair's ...



Myrtle Point student to be honored for her volunteer efforts  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — A Myrtle Point High School senior will be honored Oct. 12 in Salem for her volunteer work in Coos County.



Myrtle Point's youth weigh in on community development  Coos Bay World

"Myrtle Point, the first town in the Coquille River Valley, was platted in 1861," wrote Dr. Nathan Douthit in his 1981 book, "The Coos Bay Region 1890-1944: Life ...



Career Fair in Coos Count gives students a look at their future  KVAL

COOS COUNTY, Ore. - High school students looking beyond college got some help on Tuesday, when the Coquille Indian Tribe is hosting its annual college ...



Both lanes open on Oregon 42 South | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

BANDON —Both lanes on Oregon 42 South are open again.



Roger D. Gallino | Obituaries | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

Roger was born in Coos Bay and lived his whole life in Myrtle Point. He attended Myrtle Point High School where he played many sports. Baseball, basketball ...



Myrtle Point wrestling camp welcomes NCAA champ | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — For the past three years, Myrtle Point wrestling coach Marshall Lewis wanted to bring the best camp to the South Coast possible.



Coos Bay-North Bend Visitor Center to host basketball tournament photo contest  Coos Bay World

With basketball teams from all over the state rolling into town, the Coos Bay-North Bend Visitor Center decided to hold a photo contest.



Cotton candy, thrills and fun at the fair  Coos Bay World

Fair-goers from all over Coos County enjoyed the frides and games on the Midway at the Coos County Fair Wednesday afternoon in Myrtle Point. The fair ...



High school artwork at Coos Art  Curry Coastal Pilot

Area high school students will be exhibiting their artwork April 13 at the Coos Art Museum's annual VISION 2019 competition. Past local winners include Natalie ...



UPDATE 3:53 a.m.: Those without power may not see it restored for days  Coos Bay World

SOUTH COAST — Many remain without power and may not see it restored for days.



Trail closed for maintenance at Empire Lakes | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Starting today, the trail at John Topits Park and throughout Empire Lakes is closing for maintenance.



Myrtle Point woman graduates, completes intensive Air Force training  KCBY.com 11

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- A Myrtle Point woman is moving on to the next phase of her military career.U.S. Air Force Airman Kimberly D. Mathew graduated from ...



Craig Leibelt | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Craig Russell Leibelt was born on June 8th, 1986 in Coos Bay Oregon to Russ and Ann Leibelt. Craig passed away on July 14th, 2016 surrounded by loved ...



Brookings-Harbor High School student wins Best of Show at VISION 2018  KCBY.com 11

COOS BAY, Ore. -- A Brookings-Harbor High School student won Best of Show at VISION 2018, Southwestern Foundation's art competition for high school ...



Tuesday storm knocked down power lines and trees  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Tuesday's storm took out power for over 4000 homes.



Greta Jean Pillette | Obituaries | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

A memorial *service* for Greta Jean Pillette, 89, of Coos Bay, formerly of Bridge, will be announced and held at a later date at the Bridge Community Church.



The Coke Building: a downtown Coos Bay time capsule  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Beneath one of the oldest buildings in Coos Bay, the roar of passing cars is muffled and light from the sidewalk flickers while people walk by ...



Boyd Leibelt | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

On the morning of March 25, 2016, Boyd Allen Leibelt, 68, of Myrtle Point, passed away in his home while surrounded by family. Boyd was born in Marshfield, ...



Annual homeless count shaping to be most accurate yet  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Coos County is currently conducting the 2018 Point in Time Count, a nationwide event where volunteers from communities come together to ...



Fire consumes Coquille apartments | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Emergency personnel evacuated families from four apartments early Friday morning after a fire gutted the units at Shelley Road.



Towne twins helped Creswell win 1969 state title | Class 3A State Basketball Playoffs  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — When you listen to twin brothers Pat and Mike Towne tell stories about the state championship they helped Creswell win, you'd think the ...



Oregon Food Bank works to stamp out hunger in food drive  Coos Bay World

SOUTH COAST — On Saturday letter carriers will be doing more than just dropping off the mail. According to a press release from the Oregon Food Bank, they ...



Coquille Fire Department celebrates 32nd annual Steak Feed and Car Show fundraiser in Sturdivant Park  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — A community-wide tradition continued Saturday as the Coquille Volunteer Fire Association hosted its 32nd annual Steak Feed and Car Show ...



Coos Bay City Council continues discussion on tribes application  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Coos Bay City Council decided Tuesday night to continue discussion on the impact that the Confederated Tribes' application that a Traditional ...



Susan Tissot to resign post at Coos History Museum  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Susan Tissot has announced her resignation as the executive director of the Coos History Museum.



Confederated tribes receive grant for the Hollering Place  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The National Endowment for the Humanities announced its support last Thursday for the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and ...



Coquille basketball players receive all-state honors | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

Coquille had two girls and two boys earn all-state honors in voting by the Class 3A basketball coaches.



Oregon Dungeness Crab Commission passes vote to fund study aimed at reducing whale entanglement risks  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY – The Oregon Dungeness Crab Commissioners voted unanimously Tuesday to fund a multi-year study to prevent whale entanglements off the ...



South Coast Family Harbor hopes to expand home visits and services to rural communities  Coos Bay World

Entering the South Coast Family Harbor center near John Topits Park is like entering a hidden playhouse.



Man jumps from the Charleston bridge on Christmas Eve  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — A man jumped from the Charleston bridge on Christmas Eve. According to a press release from the Coos County Sheriff's Office, a call went ...



Construction has begun on Hollering Place sea wall in Empire  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The Confederated Tribes of Coos, Lower Umpqua, and Siuslaw Indians have begun construction of a seawall on the Hollering Place property in ...



Annual Fourth of July firework show lights up downtown Coos Bay  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — A sea of red, white and blue flooded downtown Coos Bay as thousands of patriotic residents gathered around yesterday for the city's annual ...



Oregon prepares for Whale Watching Week | Local News  Coos Bay World

Folks along the coast will be keeping their eyes out for gray whales the week of Dec. 27-31, as the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department will be celebrating ...



The Mill Casino-Hotel provides assistance to federal employees impacted by government shutdown  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — The Mill Casino-Hotel donated $2500 to the South Coast Food Share to provide assistance to federal employees affected by the partial ...



Start of Dungeness crab season still unknown | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife is still waiting on test results from Washington to determine when it will open this year's crab ...



Southwest Oregon Regional Airport receives $6.5 million grant | Local News  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — A grant of $6.5 million is going to the Southwest Oregon Regional Airport.



Pamplin Media Group - A life well lived  Pamplin Media Group

The wrestling community mourns the loss of a coaching icon , Local Sports, Clackamas local Sports, Breaking Sports alerts for Clackamas city.



The Grange Co-op set to close | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — One of Coos Bay's go-to sources for farm and garden supplies is closing at the end of this year.



Teddy Bear Toss to benefit pediatric patients | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The third annual Teddy Bear Toss is returning to help Bay Area Hospital provide a stuffed toy to pediatric patients and the Kids' HOPE Center.



Unwelcome notoriety | Local News  Coos Bay World

Evidence of one Coos County family's troubles rumbled through Reedsport last week.



Oregon State Marine Board sends boat registration renewal notices  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The Oregon State Marine Board mailed approximately 75000 boat registration renewal notices to boaters whose boat registration expires on Dec.



A look at North Bend City Council candidates  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — With elections less than a month away, candidates for North Bend City Council discuss why they're running and what they would like to do if ...



Coos County forestry department host tour exploring its lands  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Coos County Forester Lance Morgan led a group of community members and county officials on a tour Tuesday morning of the county's ...



Wyden pushes two new housing tax credits | Local News  Coos Bay World

Oregon Sen. Ron Wyden introduced two new housing bills to the Senate aimed at creating tax credits to help first-time home buyers and middle-income renters.



Karl Hagen | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

A gathering of family and friends will be held for Karl Edward Hagen, 75, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the Coquille Community Building, 115 Birch St., ...



Local businesses participate in Festival of Trees event at The Mill Casino-Hotel  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — The lobby of The Mill Casino-Hotel has transformed into a forest of themed Christmas trees.



Gorse Blossom Festival raises awareness, celebrates community | Local News  Coos Bay World

BANDON — Without warning and at any given time, the “Gorse Monster” could pop up.With its unpredictability, the monster surprised and shocked attendees by ...



New Yreka High School Varsity Football Coach: Marquez and Miners prepare for season  Siskiyou Daily News

The Yreka High School football program is in the middle of fall practices, with a new varsity football coach at the helm for the first time in 20 years.John Marquez ...



Radio legend finds a home in Coos Bay  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Radio DJ and personality Roger W. Morgan has made his home in Coos Bay after purchasing his own radio station here six months ago.



Flooding causes 42S closure, police rescue stranded driver  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — An Oregon Department of Transportation official said Highway 42 South likely would remain closed through much of Monday after a weekend of ...



Contra dancing at Sixes Grange on Oct. 20 | Entertainment  Coos Bay World

SIXES - The last Curry Contra Dance of the year will be held from 7-10 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 20, at the Sixes Grange.



Yreka High School Football: Coach from Alaska to lead Miners  Siskiyou Daily News

Yreka High School has named John Marquez as the Miners new varsity head football coach. Marquez has been a physical education/health teacher at Kenai ...



Coos Bay moves forward on new library | Local News  Coos Bay World

Coos Bay City Council took a big step forward in the city's library project by approving a location for its new library facility.



Lakeside City Manager Kelling resigns | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

LAKESIDE — Frustrated with some community members and a city councilor, City Manager Curt Kelling is calling it quits.



Director brings two new movie projects to Coos County  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — After years of work, Barri Chase's The Watchman's Canoe is available to the public.The movie, which was filmed throughout Coos County, has ...



ODFW commissioners vote to not list marbled murrelet as endangered  Coos Bay World

Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife commissioners met last week in Baker City, and in a split 4-2 vote decided to not uplist the status of marbled murrelets ...



Warming Center at the Nancy Deveraux Center is ready to open  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The warming center at the Nancy Deveraux Center is ready to open its doors now that winter is just around the corner.



Coos Bay resident Anita McHaney plays Wheel of Fortune  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY – A Coos Bay resident can now checkoff “play Wheel of Fortune” from her bucket list.“This has been a lifelong dream of mine,” Anita McHaney told ...



Coquille couple faces tax-evasion charges | Local News  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Federal agents arrested a Coquille couple on charges of tax evasion totaling more than $320,000 Friday. Ronald and Dorothea Joling are ...



Florence man killed in McCullough Bridge accident | Local News  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — A Florence man is dead after apparently accidentally driving his pickup truck off a work platform at the McCullough Bridge late Wednesday ...



Xerox layoffs: Another hit to local economy | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The loss of 300 jobs at two Xerox call centers will put a painful dent in the local economy, a state economist says.



Prefontaine memorabilia soon to be available at Coos History Museum  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Linda Prefontaine holds up track T-shirts, a letterman jacket and photos of her brother Steve Prefontaine, sporting his signature mustache ...



Family faces the ravages of Huntington's disease | Local News  Coos Bay World

SOUTH COAST — Sometimes not knowing you have a target on your back is better than knowing. But when you have a 50 percent chance of developing a fatal ...



Coos Bay named one of the best small towns in Oregon  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Coos Bay has been named one of the best small towns in the state.



Oregon Report Cards: Data But No Ratings  OPB News

Oregon's school report cards don't have overall grades for local schools and districts this year. But there is new information in them. Federal education officials ...



Affidavit — Ex-employee tipped feds to Kustom Products Inc.'s alleged schemes  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — A former employee of the local company indicted on federal fraud charges provided the tip that investigators used to search the company's ...



Oregon Has Highest Vaccine Exemption Rate In US  OPB News

Parents whose children aren't fully vaccinated, will start getting letters from the state this week warning about school exclusion day. Some Oregon schools are ...



Sause Bros. welcomes tug Black Hawk to the fleet with a party  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — After a three-year refit, the new "queen of the fleet" is ready to go to work for Sause Bros.



School Exclusion Day . News  OPB News

Starting Wednesday, children who are not up-to-date on their vaccinations can be excluded from Oregon schools unless they have a medical or personal belief ...



Eleanor Emma Veleber: July 24, 1923 - April 13, 2017.  South Whidbey Record

Eleanor Emma Veleber, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, was born in Sutherlin, Oregon on July 24, 1923. Mom went to be with her Lord and Savior, ...



Camp Castaway | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

NORTH SPIT — Coos Bay's first white settlement has, for nearly two centuries, been lost and buried somewhere on the North Spit's sandy dunes.



Protesters question pipeline | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY -- Outside the Pacific Connector Pipeline project's open house Tuesday night, dozens of protesters waved signs against fracking, building an export ...



House of 100 cats | Local News | theworldlink.com  Coos Bay World

GLASGOW -- At 9 a.m. Saturday, clad in surgical masks and gowns, 20 volunteers stormed the two-story house of Fred and Kitty Neilsen.



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