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Brookings singer releases single


Brookings native Jessie Goergen — who now goes by the stage name “Jessie G” — will soon offer her first single up for public hearing. 

“Drop a Line” will hit the airwaves in April, and Goergen will be on the West Coast in the summer to promote her new album.


Music for food


Jesse Orozco is in his fourth year as coordinator of the Southern Oregon Hip Hop and Rock Benefit Concert in Brookings — and the event keeps growing every year.

“It started as a senior project,” Orozco said. “And it’s kind of built from there.” 

Orozco has spent the last few years developing a base of both performers and sponsors, and has been able to grow the event from when he first started it as a student at Brookings-Harbor High School. 


Firefighters honored at awards ceremony

Receiving awards for 2015 are Firefighter Bryan Holmes, Junior Firefighter Makaila Holmes, Firefighter Katie Brisbin, Lt. Neil Watson and Engineer Jordan Fanning. Submitted photo.

Brookings Fire and Rescue volunteers were honored for service in 2015 during the annual awards banquet.

Operations Fire Chief Jim Watson presented the awards following a dinner catered by Superfly Martini Bar and Grill for the volunteer firefighters and their guests. Also attending the event held Saturday at the VFW Hall were city councilors and staff.


Final weekend for Into the Woods

Brookings Harbor Community Theater presents the final shows of ​“Into the Woods,” a Brothers Grimm fairytale about wishes, family and the choices people make.

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, March 25 and 26, and 2 p.m. Sunday, March 27, at the Harbor Performing Arts Center, 97900 Shopping Center Ave.​


Talented teens

Hayden Scaggs holds the microphone while Dylan Panter listens to the question asked by Shawtisha Bailey during an interview before Panter’s performance.

Standing ovations, cell-phone salutes and cheers of encouragement were all part of the Brookings-Harbor High School’s talent show Wednesday night.

Ten students performed before a panel of judges — Rob Brown, Steve Braun, Kevin Bane and Jayati Ramakrishnan — who chose Tylinn Pieren for first place, Shelby George for second and Cheyenne Camarillo for third.


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