Light show opens Friday

Annual light display features new statues, hot chocolate and visits from Santa

If its raining during Friday’s opening of the annual Nature’s Coastal Holiday light show in … Read more

Coffee fundraiser for Katelyn’s Cause on Black Friday

The Brookings Dutch Bros will host a fundraiser on Black Friday, Nov. 24, from 4 … Read more

Police dog aids authorities in heroin bust

CRESCENT CITY — A collaborative effort by Crescent City Police and Del Norte Sheriff’s personnel … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs ( of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

Local News Briefs

Fire areas open More areas in the burn scar of the Chetco Bar Fire have … Read more

Capitol roundup: Cannabis contribution; debate on taxes

Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum has contributed $1,000 to Oregon Cannabis PAC, the political arm of … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Friday, Nov. 17 Suspicious conditions, 1:44 a.m.: Alder Street near Railroad Street. Hazard, 10:40 a.m.: … Read more

Around the State

Economic boost SALEM — A newly-created state office hopes to take Oregon’s recreational economy from … Read more

Panel rejects $1K fine for Kitzhaber

SALEM — The Oregon Ethics Commission has rejected a $1,000 fine that had been proposed … Read more

Port Orford Police Log

Tuesday, Nov. 14 Theft, 1:07 p.m.: 1500 block of Arizona Street. ~~~ Port Orford Police … Read more

Affordable, workforce housing insufficient throughout Oregon

Curry County isn’t alone in Oregon in regards to insufficient affordable or workforce housing, said … Read more

Let the holiday light show begin!

This year’s Nature’s Coastal Holiday light display at Azalea Park — which opens this weekend … Read more

Sheriff's Log

Sunday, Nov. 12 Strangulation, 12:18 a.m.: 98100 block of West Benham Lane. Harassment, 1:26 a.m.: … Read more

Coast Guardsmen replace boy’s stolen bike

A group of Coast Guard members have given Alexis Saunders and her 13-year-old Sam a … Read more

Residents protest forest road closures

Chetco Bar Fire officials claim safety, citizens oppose public land restrictions

Seventeen gates are going up on U.S. Forest Service roads in Curry County, sparking protests … Read more

Agency: Highway 199 widening remains a priority

Lifting restrictions on industry standard-sized semis on California 299 will not change Caltrans’ plans to … Read more

Widby search continues

The Oregon State Police and the Curry County Major Crimes Team is still looking for … Read more

Oregon Supreme Court asked to halt proposed car tax

SALEM — A group that includes the AAA Oregon/Idaho and the Oregon Trucking Association is … Read more

Carousel raffle raises money for veterans

Debbie Drolette of Shady Cove bought two raffle tickets for a hand-carved wooden carousel at … Read more

Marshall replaces Kallstrom as Curry County’s accountant

After months of searching, Curry County has hired David Marshall as its new accountant, replacing … Read more

Pilot editor Scott Graves leaving post after 17 years

After 17 years at the Curry Coastal Pilot, Editor-and-chief Scott Graves is stepping down to … Read more

Number of homeless students on the rise

The number of homeless students in Oregon has reached an all-time high, and Curry County … Read more

Court Report

Darrin Alrick Kang, born 1963, of Sherwood, was convicted on one charge of attempting to … Read more

Local News Briefs

Oh, holiday tree! The U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management has made tree … Read more

Brooking gets $30K to study fire’s impact on drinking water

The City of Brookings will receive $30,000 from the Oregon Business Development Department to evaluate … Read more

Authorities seek public’s help in homicide case

CRESCENT CITY — Sheriff’s officials have little new to report regarding a homicide that allegedly … Read more

Port Orford Police Log

Tuesday, Nov. 7 Theft, 3:46 p.m.: 400 block of Jefferson Street. ~~~ Port Orford Police … Read more

Gold Beach Police Log

Friday, Nov. 10 Theft, 12:28 p.m.: 29000 block of Sebastian Shores. Suspicious conditions, 6:48 p.m.: … Read more

County Jail Log

Tuesday, Nov. 14 Jason Kyle Carder, 35, of Gold Beach; for second-degree disorderly conduct, possession … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Nov. 14 Suspicious conditions, 8:19 a.m.: 17300 block of Blueberry Drive. Hazard, 12:14 p.m.: … Read more

City protests property tax bill for public golf course

Brookings city officials plan to appeal a property tax bill the city received from the … Read more

Chetco Bar Fire recovery continues

Hazardous tree-felling recommended by the Burned Area Emergency Response team is anticipated to be done … Read more

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