After being locked inside for 14 months due to COVID, the residents at Ocean Ridge Assisted Living received a welcome reprieve Friday during the second drive-by Mother’s Day parade.

The Zonta Club of the Coos Bay Area, through its foundation, the Coos Bay Area Zonta Service Foundation, recently awarded $15,000 to four Coos County nonprofits: $5,000 to Coos County Friends of Public Health, $5,000 to Bay Area First Step, $3,000 to the Nancy Devereux Center and $2,000 to t…

The Coos Bay Downtown Association is preparing an exciting 21st season of the farmers market opening on Cinco de Mayo, Wednesday, May 5. The market runs every Wednesday through October 27 from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. with the first hour being for senior citizens and vulnerable customers.

While serving with his Oregon Army National Guard unit based in Coos Bay during a two-week annual training at Camp Rilea in the late 1980s, Sgt. Dan McCarron knew something was wrong when a fellow Solider complained of having a terrible headache and neck pain. McCarron knew he had to do some…

From April 16 through June 26, the Coos Art Museum will be featuring David George Andersen: Satiric Constructsa selection of assemblage works by the late Salem artist. Andersen who served as exhibition designer at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art satirizes modern life through irreverent and ima…

NORTH BEND — Dozens of people drove up and tossed teddy bears through a hoop Friday, all for a good cause.

NORTH BEND - Hours after the U.S. announced it had surpassed 400,000 deaths linked to the COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday, Mayor Jessica Engelke solemnly rang a bell to honor those impacted by the virus.

Tristen Davison started his scouting journey by joining the Cub Scouts program as a 6-year-old in 2008.  In the cub program, he worked up to a webelo scout and earned the Arrow of Light award, the highest rank and award in the Cub Scout program.

After 10 years of work, the producers of “Pre’s People,” a documentary about the legendary Steve Prefontaine, announced it will be available Jan. 25, which would have been his 70th birthday.

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After being locked inside for 14 months due to COVID, the residents at Ocean Ridge Assisted Living received a welcome reprieve Friday during the second drive-by Mother’s Day parade.

The Zonta Club of the Coos Bay Area, through its foundation, the Coos Bay Area Zonta Service Foundation, recently awarded $15,000 to four Coos County nonprofits: $5,000 to Coos County Friends of Public Health, $5,000 to Bay Area First Step, $3,000 to the Nancy Devereux Center and $2,000 to t…

The Coos Bay Downtown Association is preparing an exciting 21st season of the farmers market opening on Cinco de Mayo, Wednesday, May 5. The market runs every Wednesday through October 27 from 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. with the first hour being for senior citizens and vulnerable customers.

While serving with his Oregon Army National Guard unit based in Coos Bay during a two-week annual training at Camp Rilea in the late 1980s, Sgt. Dan McCarron knew something was wrong when a fellow Solider complained of having a terrible headache and neck pain. McCarron knew he had to do some…

From April 16 through June 26, the Coos Art Museum will be featuring David George Andersen: Satiric Constructsa selection of assemblage works by the late Salem artist. Andersen who served as exhibition designer at the Hallie Ford Museum of Art satirizes modern life through irreverent and ima…

NORTH BEND — Dozens of people drove up and tossed teddy bears through a hoop Friday, all for a good cause.

NORTH BEND - Hours after the U.S. announced it had surpassed 400,000 deaths linked to the COVID-19 pandemic Tuesday, Mayor Jessica Engelke solemnly rang a bell to honor those impacted by the virus.

Tristen Davison started his scouting journey by joining the Cub Scouts program as a 6-year-old in 2008.  In the cub program, he worked up to a webelo scout and earned the Arrow of Light award, the highest rank and award in the Cub Scout program.

After 10 years of work, the producers of “Pre’s People,” a documentary about the legendary Steve Prefontaine, announced it will be available Jan. 25, which would have been his 70th birthday.