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Ocean salmon season finalized
April 11, 2014 05:51 pm

Larry Freeman (left) from Central Point and Jack Brawner from Eagle Point hauled in limits of lingcod while fishing out of the Port of Brookings Harbor on Thursday.

May 10 is the big day.  That’s when ocean salmon anglers in the Oregon and California Klamath Management Zone, otherwise known as the KMZ, will be able to start fishing for Chinook salmon in the ocean.

This year, the very liberal, 121-day Chinook season will last from May 10 through September 7.  That’s plenty of time to put new line on your reels before the Azalea Festival occurs on Memorial Day weekend; and plenty of time to get your trout gear in order before trout season opens on the Chetco River May 24.

Harlem Crowns entertain large crowd at BHHS
April 08, 2014 10:21 pm

Harlem Crowns forward Corey Douglas throws down a tomahawk dunk during Tuesday night's game at BHHS.

A packed house at Brookings-Harbor High School was treated to an evening of entertaining basketball as the Harlem Crowns came to town and delighted spectators,. 

Volunteers build bullpens at Bud Cross
April 08, 2014 10:16 pm

Morgan Loring (left) cuts piping to create a fence frame for the new bullpens he and his Boy Scout friends are building. Ethan Warner assists.

It happens nearly every year around this time in parks all across America. We head out to our local Little League fields to watch the youngsters chase the hardball around and often notice how nice the grass looks or the fresh coat of paint on the snack shack. Yet we often forget to consider the hard work and time it takes to make those facilities look as spectacular as they do. 

For most Little League fields around the country, the work to maintain and upgrade those fields is done by the work of volunteers. They spend countless hours sweating and doing backbreaking work, in sometimes awful conditions, to do a job they don’t get paid for nor gain any recognition for.


Area athletes compete at BHHS Rotary track meet
April 08, 2014 10:10 pm


BHHS' Molly Joyce wins the 2nd 400-meter heat ahead of Gold Beach's Kaitlin Armstrong (right)

Athletes from Brookings-Harbor High School and Gold Beach High School competed against teams from Northern California at the annual BHHS Rotary Track and Field Invitational event this past Saturday. 

This year’s meet differed from years past in that only three teams in addition to BHHS were able to make the trip due to various reasons. Last year, 10 teams from the Southern Oregon Coast and Northern California competed in the prestigious event.

Harlem Crowns to appear in Brookings
April 04, 2014 05:37 pm


Herb Scaife (left), and the Harlem Crowns bring the special mix of comedy and basketball to BHHS this Tuesday.

The Harlem Crowns basketball team is bringing their special brand of entertainment to the Brookings-Harbor area at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8, at the Brookings-Harbor High School gymnasium.


Lady Bruins open up league play with 19 -1 rout of Sutherlin
April 04, 2014 05:22 pm

Hannah Baron (left), BHHS shortstop, and the Lady Bruins committed no errors against the Sutherlin Bulldogs.

One of the concerns the Brookings-Harbor High School softball team’s coaching staff had entering into the 2014 season was scoring more runs than they did last year. If their first eight games of the season are any indication, it’s not the coaching staff that needs to worry about the offense, it’s their Far West league opponents that should. 

Bruins blast Sutherlin Bulldogs 9-1 in Far West league opener
April 04, 2014 05:17 pm

BHHS catcher Izak Ehlers and the Bruins are 2-0-1 in their last three games.

Brookings-Harbor High School baseball pitcher Wyatt Aldrich allowed just one hit in his six innings of work and the Bruin offense capitalized on five Sutherlin errors as BHHS opened Far West league play with a 9-1 rout of the Bulldogs at Sutherlin High School Tuesday afternoon.

Springers showing up on Rogue
April 04, 2014 05:15 pm

Guides Rye Phillips, Dave Castellanos and Andy Martin decided to pool their resources and scout out the lower Rogue River for springers on Tuesday. Their results was this 20-plus-pound springer caught and held by Rye Phillips.

Spring is in the air and for fishermen, spring means springers, and a few lucky anglers were able to put the hurtin’ on some serious springage last week on the lower Rogue and Umpqua rivers.

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