SWACT discusses Curry County projects

About the only project the state Department of Transportation doesn’t plan to address in Curry … Read more

Service Notice: Twyla L. Cryder

Former Brookings resident Twyla L. Cryder, born 1927 in Wisconsin, passed away May 9, 2018, … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs (http://justice.co.curry.or.us/arrestlog.pdf) of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Friday, May 18 Fire, 6:44 a.m.: Chetco Avenue near Dairy Queen. Animal complaint, 11:31 a.m.: … Read more

Mr. BHHS pageant to raise funds for hospital

The 22nd annual Mr. BHHS (Brookings-Harbor High School) pageant is 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 29, … Read more

Fair board raises prices, praises volunteers

The Curry County Fair Board agreed to raise the adult entrance fee $1 for next … Read more

Information sought on missing teen

Citizens are being asked for information regarding the whereabouts of 14-year-old Azyah Kazmierczak of Crescent … Read more

Tax credits create opportunity zones

State Rep. David Brock Smith is excited about development possibilities that may come out of … Read more

Citizens lash out at commissioners at budget hearings

Budget talks at the county level aren’t always about money, as demonstrated this week and … Read more

County considers shifting departmental duties

Curry County will likely shift some departmental duties around after budget discussions and the pending … Read more

Recycling update: China raises rates

Curry Transfer and Recycling says it will not propose a rate increase other than a … Read more

City council acts to support local groups

Leonard Krug of the Oregon Sportfishing Coalition (OSC) opened the Gold Beach City Council meeting … Read more

Timber issues presented at Saturday rally

A Forest Resource Timber Rally Saturday will discuss an array of issues related to the … Read more

Former port manager files $2.2M suit

Former Port Manager Gary Dehlinger filed a civil suit in federal court Friday demanding a … Read more

VA director plans improvements

Fixing the Roseburg Veterans Administration hospital is so important to interim Director Dave Whitmer, he … Read more

Forest service makes first timber sale

The first sale of burned, dangerous trees along roadsides in the Chetco Bar Fire burn … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs (http://justice.co.curry.or.us/arrestlog.pdf) of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

News Briefs

Student struck A Kalmiopsis Elementary School boy has some bruised toes — but no further … Read more

‘Purge’ prank disturbs students

After a senior prank Tuesday upset students and staff, Brookings-Harbor High School Principal Lisa Dion … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, May 15 Minor in possession or purchasing alcohol, 2:38 a.m.: 700 block of Second … Read more

Four OK after fiery crash

Alcohol, speed and inexperience might have contributed to a fiery car wreck Saturday that sent … Read more

Court Report

Erinn Marie Clay, born 1998, of Brookings, changed her pleas from guilty to not guilty … Read more

Gold Beach Police Log

Friday, May 11 Domestic dispute, 1:27 p.m.: Mary Street. Threats, 1:48 p.m.: Pacific Street. Disturbance, … Read more

Election results updated

The unofficial election results for the May 15 primary still show Christopher Paasch and Jeri … Read more

Failed publicity results in no show for VA event

Veterans and their advocates had more than 23,000 participants in last year’s VA 2K Walk … Read more

BHHS investigates false shooting threat

Parents and residents were notified on the school’s One Call system Thursday evening that a … Read more

Lack of quorum thwarts board appointments

Davis’ absence cancels meeting; nine residents apply to fill vacant seats Port of Brookings Harbor … Read more

City police get 4.25 percent pay increase

Police officers and communications officials in Brookings will see some changes in their pay and … Read more

Former mayor fills vacant city council seat

The Brookings City Council Monday night appointed former Mayor Ron Hedenskog to the seat vacated … Read more

Port Orford Police Log

Tuesday, May 8 Threats, 12:51 p.m.: 1700 block of Jackson Street. Dispute, 8:15 p.m.: 200 … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs (http://justice.co.curry.or.us/arrestlog.pdf) of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

Sheriff’s Log

Saturday, May 5 Suspicious conditions, 12:15 a.m.: 31000 block of Crabapple Way. Abandoned property, 9:29 … Read more

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