REEDSPORT — One person was killed during an officer-involved shooting after a five-hour standoff Tuesday.
COQUILLE — A man who pleaded guilty to killing his wife in 2018 in North Bend was sentenced to a total of 26 years behind bars for that and other crimes Friday afternoon, Coos County District Attorney R. Paul Frasier announced.
ELKTON — A passenger in a vehicle died Saturday after suffering injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Highway 38 about two miles west of Elkton and the driver faces charges including manslaughter and driving under the influence of intoxicants.
COOS BAY — An early morning, single-vehicle crash left a damaged car sitting unoccupied on the railroad tracks near the Coos History Museum, police say.
COQUILLE — A 31-year-old Coos Bay man was arrested Saturday after an alleged assault and manhunt which took officers from Coos Bay to Coquille, according to the Coos County Sheriff's Office.
EUGENE — A Myrtle Point corporation pleaded guilty Wednesday, Oct. 7, to repeatedly discharging milk and other pollutants into the public water treatment facility which caused waste water with elevated e-coli bacteria to enter the South Fork of the Coquille River resulting in a public health…
COOS COUNTY — Recently, the Coos County Sheriff’s Office assisted in the recovery of a 6-year-old boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert out of Utah. The child has been returned to his custodial family, according to a press release from the Coos County Sheriff's Office.
MYRTLE POINT — A Myrtle Point couple has been charged with unlawful possession, delivery and manufacture of a controlled substance after a search revealed three pounds of methamphetamine at their home.
NORTH BEND — A missing Utah boy who was the subject of an Amber Alert was found safe in North Bend with his non-custodial mother Thursday afternoon.
SALEM — Oregon State Police are investigation an officer-involved shooting in Marion County following a hostage situation that left three people dead Monday afternoon.
- Increased SNAP benefits to continue
- Field vying for DeFazio's seat takes shape
- Letter: Use COVID precautions please
- By the Numbers: 3 out of 4 job openings 'hard to fill'
- Letter: Breaking the rules
- Oregon increases income limits for food, child care assistance
- Omicron pushes COVID to record numbers
- Marshfield, North Bend excited about swim season
- Ridge at Topits Park chosen as library site
- Fishers facing pressure from wildfires, salvage logging, OSU research shows
A Celebration of the life of Hardy Christensen will be held 1:00 p.m., Saturday, February 5, 2022 at Faith Baptist Church of Bandon with military honors to follow at the IOOF Cemetery in Bandon. Arrangements are under the direction of Amling Schroeder Funeral Service, Bandon.
The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS) has increased the income limits for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and Employment Related Day Care (ERDC) program to 200% of the federal poverty level, or $2,147 a month for an individual or $3,660 for a family of three.
Southwestern Oregon Community College is excited to announce it has received $32,182 to expand its veterans center on the Coos Bay campus and increase support for students at its Brookings campus. The funding is part of an Oregon Department of Veterans’ Affairs grant package totaling $600,00…
The Oregon Employment Department's latest results from the Job Vacancy Survey shows Oregon’s private employers reported 103,000 job vacancies between October and December 2021.
The recovery of the fisher, a charismatic, long-tailed forest carnivore, will likely be hindered by the increasing frequency and intensity of future wildfires, new research by Oregon State University indicates.
The Coos History Museum will relaunch their First Tuesday Talk program in February with a space-tastic presentation titled, “Apollo 14: Coos Bay Connection” presented by Becky Soules. This program will be held on February 1 and has a new start time of 6 p.m. with the museum doors open from 5…
And the winner for new location of the Coos Bay Public Library is the “Ridge” location at John Topits Park near the Old Armory. At least that’s the recommendation by the city council appointed library steering committee as of Thursday morning.
This educational program assists forage producers in making decisions on managing pastures and hayground. Topics include using maps to determine physical soil properties, to estimate current and potential production, and to form management units. This information is then used to take soil sa…
Oregon’s U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley and Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark recently announced the introduction of the Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Act, legislation that would greatly boost the availability of mental health resources in America’s public schools.
Guided 2022 First Day Hikes are set for several state parks on Jan. 1, 2022 and the normal $5 day-use parking fee is waived for the 25 parks that normally require a parking permit.
Early in the summer of 1853, deep in the Coquille Mountains of what’s now Douglas County, six U.S. soldiers were trudging dispiritedly through a trackless wilderness.
A new study by the Oregon State University College of Engineering shows that machine learning techniques can offer powerful new tools for advancing personalized medicine, care that optimizes outcomes for individual patients based on unique aspects of their biology and disease features.
The public is invited to comment on proposed amendments to the Oregon Administrative Rules guiding hunting within Oregon state parks.
The Oregon Coast Aquarium (OCAq) is saddened to announce the passing of an injured sea otter that was transported to the Aquarium for assessment and care last week.
A five-judge Special Judicial Panel recently upheld the congressional redistricting plan passed by the Oregon Legislative Assembly during its September special session. The panel released a unanimous opinion this morning dismissing a petition challenging the plan, finding that the Legislativ…
Most Oregonians who receive Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will receive emergency allotments in December.
The Coast Guard urges commercial fishermen to ensure vessel safety to prevent maritime emergencies before the opening of the commercial Dungeness crab season scheduled to begin Sunday with the Pre-Soak.
Time is drawing short, and your partner really wants to go visit family for the holidays. You really don’t want to spend a week living with the in-laws so you start doing some research on rentals.
Employers with 100 or more workers across Oregon and around the nation who were previously facing a federal mandate to either enforce mandatory vaccination in the workplace or have their employees undergo regular COVID-19 testing, now are not immediately facing the mandate.
The Coast Guard rescued five people from a life raft late Monday, Nov. 15, after a fishing boat sank approximately 20 miles offshore from the mouth of the Umpqua River.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's (ODFW) Marine Resources Program has received a federal grant to investigate recent disruption of ecological communities in rocky reef habitats along the southern Oregon Coast.
The Oregon Department of Transportation will receive over $1 billion dollars in additional transportation funding as part of the federal infrastructure package, according to Oregon Transportation Commission Chair Bob Van Brocklin.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is finalizing a revised designation of critical habitat under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) for the northern spotted owl.
Oregonians will see fees rise about 3% when they renew their vehicle tags, get a trip permit or apply for a vehicle title next year.
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