Port Orford Police Log

Tuesday, Dec. 4 Burglary, 7:38 a.m.: Port Orford Post Office. Wednesday, Dec. 5 Disturbance, 4:18 … Read more

Lady Bruins bag Tigers 82-28

The Bruins girls basketball team hosted their first home game of the year on Tuesday … Read more

Choir concert entertains packed house

The Brookings-Harbor High School choirs performed a winter concert Wednesday, showcasing various styles and skills … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Dec. 11 DUII, 1:28 a.m.: U.S. 101 and Pacific Avenue. Dispute, 8:06 a.m.: 97800 … Read more

News Briefs

Domoic acid high Domoic acid levels in crabs tested Dec. 8 off the southernmost coast … Read more

Court Report

Shaun Michael Wheelock, born 1994, of Klamath Falls, changed his plea to guilty to fourth-degree … 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

Police investigate uptick in burglaries

Law enforcement believes crimes likely not related to homeless people in area

Brookings Police are investigating an uptick in burglaries around town this fall, which they believe … Read more

High surf, gale warning issued

A high surf advisory is in effect until 4 a.m. Sunday. Large swells will create … Read more

Curry wages stagnant, cost of living increases

The United Way of Southwestern Oregon has released its ALICE report for Curry County that … Read more

Port cancels dock meeting, contractor withdraws

Although no leaks have been detected and no lines are closed, a white oil boom … Read more

Can urban deer population be reduced?

State outlines rules allowing cities to let people kill the animals

Tired of your flower garden being grazed like an all-you-can-eat buffet? Or dodging deer in … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Friday, Dec. 7 Disorderly conduct, 10:04 a.m.: 1600 block of Chetco Avenue. Fire, 11:27 a.m.: … 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

Gold Beach swears in new councilors

Mayor Karl Popoff began the Gold Beach City Council meeting Monday saying he was impressed … Read more

News Briefs

County raises, hires Curry County has approved 2.75 percent wage increases for the sheriff’s department … Read more

County eyes lodging tax, again

Curry County Administrator Clark Schroeder will bring to the board of commissioners today a proposal … Read more

North county schools receive grant

Port Orford-Langlois School District is the recipient of a three year Meyer Memorial Trust Equitable … Read more

Dentist provides $4,400 in free dental work

Brookings Dental Arts Brookings held its fourth annual Volunteer Day Nov. 28 and provided $4,400 … Read more

O&C association elects board members

The Association of O&C Counties (AOCC) elected its leaders for 2019 at its annual meeting … Read more

Media firm to continue streaming county meetings

Brandt Media will enter a second year of filming and streaming Curry County Board of … Read more

Sheriff's Log

Sunday, Dec. 2 Noise complaint, 5:13 a.m.: 92800 block of South Mill Pond Road in … Read more

Crab season delayed

Domoic acid level still high

Domoic acid levels in crab tested from Gold Beach to the California-Oregon border are still … Read more

Salmon protection act passes Senate

Bill would allow ‘taking’ of sea lions that are threatening fishes’ existence

Bipartisan federal legislation to protect Endangered Species Act-listed salmon and steelhead from extinction has passed … Read more

Truancy court adds teeth in fight against student absenteeism

The Brookings-Harbor High School truancy court — put in place earlier this year in conjunction … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Dec. 4 Noise complaint, 1:13 a.m.: 600 block of Fifth Street. Fraud, 1:31 p.m.: … Read more

Port Orford Police Log

Wednesday, Nov. 28 Noise complaint,1 a.m.: Pitches Tavern. Warrant service, 4:46 p.m.: Oregon and 18th … Read more

Gold Beach Police Log

Friday, Nov. 30 Suspicious person, 6:26 a.m.: First Street. Dispute, 1:51 p.m.: Sunset Pizza. Found … Read more

Vandal strikes multiple Gold Beach storefronts

John Simpson, 46, of Gold Beach, was arrested Thursday morning, accused of ramming his vehicle … Read more

News Briefs

Oasis gift program Oasis Shelter Home is hosting its Christmas gift program by which people … Read more

Court Report

Candice Keshan Swain, born 1988, of Crescent City, was convicted of identity theft and sentenced … Read more

Western monarch butterfly population declines

Vicki Mion’s face lights up when she talks about her beloved Monarch butterflies, which she … Read more

Director: VA makes major strides in 2018

The Veterans Association hospital in Roseburg and the clinic in Brookings have come a long … Read more

VA gets 98 percent rating in surprise review

The Roseburg Veterans Association campus received a 98.1 percent compliance rating in a recent hospital … Read more

Boice hosts town hall on homelessness

Advocates for the homeless, law-and-order citizens split forum Friday

In sometimes heated exchanges and with panelists occasionally being cut off by the crowd, politicians, … Read more

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