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Parks Association sponsors first Run in the Redwoods

Dust off your running shoes for the first ever Run in the Redwoods half marathon and 5K on Saturday, Sept. 13 at Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m.; both runs begin at 9 a.m. The runs are limited to the first 200 participants. 


Chamber hosting Big Kahuna Golf Tournament at Salmon Run

The Brookings-Harbor Chamber of Commerce is hosting this year’s Big Kahuna Golf Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 23 at the Salmon Run golf course in Brookings. 


Chinook action heats up

Dee Shurtleff and Neil Rodgers of Brookings fished just outside the whistle buoy out of the Port of Brookings-Harbor Wednesday and nailed limits of lingcod and rockfish.

The action-packed salmon fishing out of the Port of Brookings-Harbor that has brought anglers 20-minute limits in the past few months has suddenly taken a nose dive, however there have been a half-dozen nice Chinook being filleted every day at the port’s cleaning station.

Most of the kings have been averaging in the 20-pound category, and almost all of the fish have been caught less than 20 feet from the surface.


'Girlz from the beach' go racing


Sophia Bauer, left, and Ashleigh Strain dispaly some of the trophies they’ve earned racing professional go-karts on dirt tracks around the state.

Sophia Bauer and Ashleigh Strain seem like your typical, American grade schoolers. Both are polite, somewhat shy and soft-spoken — but they have something in common, a specific trait that is atypical of most girls their age. They have developed a case of “lead foot,” that has transformed them into two of the fiercest go-kart drivers in Southern Oregon.

“We call them the ‘Girlz from the Beach’,” said Sophia’s father, Chad, who used to race sprint cars with a group dubbed, “Boyz from the Beach.”


Great racing highlights fair weekend

Gary Sharder of Myrtle Point (left) edges out Larry Stevens, also from Myrtle Point, in the final race of the V-8 Stock Class Mud Drag Race at the Curry Fairgrounds Arena on Sunday afternoon.

Gold Beach Motorsports was once again tasked with providing arena-sized entertainment for the Curry County Fair, and they didn’t disappoint.

The Curry County Fairground Arena was the site for dirt truck and mud drag racing as well as the jovial “Hillbilly Relay” from Friday through last Sunday.

With $4,600 total in prize money on the line, competitors from Oregon, California and Washington came to compete for the biggest purse in Southern Oregon. 


Young repeats as club champ, Guinn claims net title

2014 Cedar Bend Golf Club Ladies Champion Jessica Young won her second title in a row by shooting even par for the two round tournament.

For the second year in a row, Gold Beach’s Jessica Young is a club champion.

Young shot a 148 for two rounds, beating two other golfers, to earn her second title by 24 strokes on July 16 at Cedar Bend Golf Course in Gold Beach.


11th Annual Slam ‘N Salmon ocean fishing derby upcoming

The Port of Brookings-Harbor is reeling in its participants for another Slam’n Salmon Ocean Fishing Derby beginning Aug. 28. 

The entrance fee is $40 before Aug. 1. After that the cost per participant is $50. Registration for the event runs until the morning of Aug. 31, the final day of the derby.



Youth golfer takes 1st in competition

Golfer Lucas Vanderlip, who attends Kalmiopsis Elementary, exhibits the swing form he used to earn four first place ribbons at a recent Drive, Pitch & Putt qualifying event.

When he was barely old enough to remember Lucas Vanderlip, now 7-years-old of Brookings, would hit golf balls against a metal shed and practice putting in the family room at his father Chad’s domicile in Gold Beach.

“One day I was cooking in the kitchen and kinda keeping an eye on him,” Chad Vanderlip said. “Out of the corner of my eye I would hear him swing but wouldn’t hear the bang of the ball against the shed. I went over and watched him and he’s standing there and he opens that blade (of the golf club) and takes a full swing and the ball was just gone. He was hitting the ball over the shed and into a lot where a new house was being built and I said, “Whoa, great shot! Don’t ever do that again. He’s got a knack for it. It came pretty easy to him.”

Lucas has proven his father’s words to be prophetic as he combined technique, talent and mental fortitude to sweep every blue ribbon at the Drive, Chip & Putt qualifying event held on July 14 at Emerald Valley Golf Course in Creswell.


Fair kicks off with bull riding and barrel racing

Nearly 30 children lined up to take part in Thursday’s Mutton Bustin’ race as part of the festivities at the 2014 Curry County Fair Rodeo in Gold Beach.

A full house packed the Curry County Fairgrounds Arena as bull riding, barrel racing and mutton bustin’ kicked off a weekend’s worth of events at the Curry County Fair in Gold Beach.


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