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Oregon Shores is launching its first ever coastwide bioblitz—The CoastWatch Fall Challenge. This challenge is an Oregon coast community science effort to motivate the public to learn about the coast's animals, plants, and algae through October 2. From the Winchuck River in Curry County on th…

Virtuoso cellist, composer and arranger from Cork, Ireland, Ilse de Ziah, will be performing in Coos Bay for the first time on Thursday, September 29. Sponsored by the Coastal Celtic Society, the concert begins at 7 p.m. at The Black Market Gourmet, 495 Central Avenue, Coos Bay. Tickets are …

You may have noticed prices at local gasoline stations increased significantly over the past weekend. In some areas, the prices rose between 25 cents to 50 cents per gallon.

On Wednesday, September 28th, the City of Coos Bay’s Water Quality Collections crew will be repairing the sanitary sewer main in the 700 block of Hemlock Avenue.

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One time, Ronny Calhoun found three gold teeth from the late 1700s. Another time, a Chinese coin dated in the late 1600s. His wife, Tiffany, once found a Civil War suspender clip and musket ball from the 1700s.

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A new report finds the semiconductor industry expansion presents Oregon with an 'extraordinary opportunity' to intentionally create jobs and investment the state needs to emerge from the pandemic with a stronger, more deliberately equitable economy.

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Independent gubernatorial candidate Betsy Johnson and her supporters have delivered 48,214 signatures to the Oregon Secretary of State’s office in an effort to qualify her for the November General Election.

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As monkeypox cases continue to climb in Oregon, the state is working to control the outbreak before it becomes a statewide pandemic.

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Understanding how your take home pay compares with others in your field, or someone in a different career, is vitally important. It can inform you about how your work is being valued, and whether you may want to pursue more lucrative career options in the future.

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An injured Guadalupe fur seal is on the road to recovery thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Oregon Coast Aquarium (OCAq), the Marine Mammal Stranding Network (MMSN), and SeaLife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research (SR³).