100 YEARS — May 27, 1920
COQUILLE — Like many students around the country, high school seniors at Winter Lakes High School will be celebrating their graduation ceremony a lot differently this year.
COOS BAY — One of the many goals for the Marshfield High School Speech and Debate team this season was to go to New Mexico — the sight of the National Speech and Debate Association (NSDA) National Tournament.
SOUTH COAST — Since the pandemic began, one local private nonprofit saw a 54% increase in food pantry access in both Coos and Curry counties.
SOUTH COAST — In an effort to provide as much personal protective equipment as possible, reusable masks have been made available for free at city halls across the South Coast.
NORTH BEND — Local nonprofit and faith-based organization, Point Man Ministries, is hosting a Memorial Day celebration today at the David Dewett Veterans Memorial Wayside just north of North Bend.
COOS COUNTY — To celebrate National Foster Care Month with foster families throughout Coos County, the Oregon Department of Human Services and Every Child Coos County teamed up this week.
COQUILLE — This year, students will be able to safely walk and bike to and from school as Coos County officials continue to make progress with its Safe Routes to School project in Coquille.
COOS BAY — As a caregiver, a hair stylist, a family member and a friend — Maple Noggle has worn many hats for the past several weeks as she carries out her duties as an essential worker at Ocean Ridge Assisted Living.
COOS BAY — “I think for a while this will be our new normal … it has to be,” said Sherree Wismer, a registered nurse in Bay Area Hospital’s Emergency Department, about how life has changed since COVID-19 came on scene.
OREGON — People have asked whether it’s OK to host a small Memorial Day BBQ with close friends. A small backyard barbeque with family and close friends is a great alternative to traveling this holiday weekend.
COOS BAY — Patients at Bay Clinic are being greeted with bright smiles that can still be seen from behind a mask, one thing that hasn’t changed since the pandemic started.
BANDON — Early in March, as the full extent of the COVID-19 crisis was just becoming clear, Victoria McNeely knew this was a moment that she had been training for her entire career.
Gregory Manuel Sandberg - 65, of Coos Bay, passed away May 20, 2020 in Coos Bay. Arrangements are under the care of Myrtle Grove Funeral Service- Bay Area, 541-269-2851 www.coosbayareafunerals.com
COOS BAY — When nations across the globe were warned that the novel coronavirus was coming, one registered nurse at North Bend Medical Center felt the same fear as everyone else.
HAUSER — After a surge of coronavirus cases throughout the month of April, Shutter Creek Correctional Institution has not recorded a new case of COVID-19 since the beginning of May.
CURRY COUNTY — On May 22, the Curry County Public Health Department was officially notified that a child was born who tested positive for COVID 19.
SIXES – Wild Rivers Coast Alliance and Pacific High School are pleased to announce that Pacific High School Seniors Layne Converse and Natalie Vincent are the recipients of the 1st annual Jim Seeley Memorial Scholarship.
COOS BAY — For the first time in Marshfield High School history, the Coos Bay Police Department is helping organize the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2020.
Memorial Day weekend is traditionally a time for Oregonians to get outside, travel to their favorite vacation destinations, and welcome the return of summer. Today, Governor Kate Brown was joined by a bipartisan group of 26 mayors from across the state in urging all Oregonians, especially Po…
COOS COUNTY — With Coos County being one week into its Phase I reopening plan, local health officials have warned that the region is not in the clear yet from the novel coronavirus.
COOS COUNTY — At a COVID-19 briefing last week, Coos County Commissioners voted to extend the county’s local state of emergency for another 60 days.