- North Bend Community Scholarship Fund continues to give
- Man arrested for threatening deputies
- Lakeside to send ATV issues back to voters
- School bus sees COVID exposure
- Reedsport residents charged in theft investigation
- Work grinds to a halt as GOP walks out of Senate
- Fiber company expands in Coos Bay, North Bend, Coquille
- Guest column: Tell governor to save Shutter Creek
- The World's E-edition for 3-2-21
- Coos Bay council juggles spot for new library
The Western States Scientific Safety Review Workgroup has completed its review of the federal process and concluded the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective for use in the western states. The workgroup provided its confirmation to the governors of California…
Oregon turned a corner in its efforts to vaccinate residents against the coronavirus Friday, setting a schedule for the eligibility for every adult in the state to receive a shot.
Gary Lee Snelgrove, 77, of North Bend, passed away February 16, 2021. Gary was born in 1943 in Seattle, Washington. He lived some time in Salem and moved to North Bend in his youth. His parents, Frank Snelgrove and Avril Homan-Snelgrove, who proceeded him in death, owned and ran the Broil…
Converting the ground under electrical transmission towers into spaces for wildlife can enable fragmented populations to connect with one another, increasing local biodiversity and providing animals around the globe an important tool for adapting to climate change, a new study found.
Flavor differences in whiskey can be discerned based solely on the environment in which the barley used to make the whiskey is grown, a new study co-authored by an Oregon State University researcher found.
Coos Bay, North Bend and Coquille residents are seeing a new option for internet service — as well as work crews crisscrossing city neighborhoods.
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.
COOS BAY — The Coos Bay Public Library will co-host Visiting the Beyond, an event with paranormal lecturer Curt Strutz, at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, March 9.
We live in an area rich in natural resources with our forests, sand dunes and ocean. Why 85% of Coos County is forest land. So it makes a lot of sense that your chamber would have a Natural Resources Team.
The developers behind the growing Coos Bay Village on Front Street are asking city leaders for additional funds to complete public-access portions of the work.