City council sits as local URA

Gold Beach City Council elected Councilor Tamie Kaufman mayor pro-tem at its meeting Monday before … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Jan. 15 Suspicious conditions, 5:57 a.m.: Chetco Ave. Illegal camping, 10:34 a.m.: City has … Read more

Funds sought from parks to pay for recreation programs

The Brookings Public Works and Development Department will ask the city council for $2,500 from … Read more

Dock work delayed

Work to replace pilings at Basin 1 at the Port of Brookings Harbor won’t take … Read more

Schmelzer hired for newly created operations position

Seven days after relieving County Administrator Clark Schroeder of his duties, the Curry County Board … Read more

News Briefs

RedFish Rocks rocks The RedFish Rocks Community Team, a nonprofit group dedicated to protecting and … Read more

Fishery council seeks comment on Chinook draft recovery plan

The Pacific Fishery Management Council is accepting comment about the draft recovery plan for Klamath … Read more

Business property tax forms mailed

Curry County Assessor Jim Kolen has mailed out Business Personal Property Returns for 2019 to … 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

Travel ordinance repealed

Curry County commissioners voted unanimously to repeal its office’s entire travel ordinance in an emergency … Read more

No money for safe school routes

The city of Brookings didn’t make the final cut in its Safe Routes to School … Read more

Minimum wage raise bill introduced

Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley this week joined House and Senate colleagues to introduce … Read more

Port work backlog prioritized

The Port of Brookings Harbor maintenance crew tackled 52 work orders last month, but still … Read more

Riparian ordinance tabled

Brookings council finds too many flaws

Brookings city councilors tabled discussion regarding the implementation of a riparian area protection overlay Monday … Read more

Trump order expands logging

President Donald Trump issued an executive order last month that would expand logging on public … Read more

Students outline homeless findings

Brookings-Harbor High School seniors Nathaniel Barnard and Brig Scofield outlined their thoughts on the local … Read more

Sheriff’s Log

Sunday, Jan. 6 Suspicious conditions, 11:41 a.m.: 17800 block of Rainbow Rock Road. Theft, 8:11 … Read more

Service Notice: Mike Delaney

A Celebration of Life for Mike Delaney is from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. … 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

First responders, citizens learn about drug trends

Two seminars hosted by Curry Community Health brought Graves and Associates Trainers into the county … Read more

February SNAP benefits distributed early

The partial federal government shutdown has prompted the U.S Department of Agriculture to ask states … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Thursday, Jan. 10 Abandoned vehicle, 3:40 a.m.: 300 block of Mill Beach Road. Driving complaint, … Read more

County juvenile department, schools offer counselor

Curry County Juvenile Department Director Wendy Lang outlined the program for a new juvenile resource … Read more

News Briefs

Park rangers needed The city of Brookings is accepting applications for its new volunteer park … Read more

Aging communication system plagues county

Sheriff seeks emergency funding for failing system after dish falls off tower

Curry County Sheriff John Ward told county commissioners last week he had no idea when … Read more

County eliminates administrator

New board wants to return ‘to the historic structure of governance that has served Curry County in the past.

County Administrator Clark Schroeder is no longer employed by Curry County, the position itself is … Read more

Harbor Fire awaits OSHA investigation

Board discusses response to ‘attacks’ it calls ‘nonsense’

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has yet to send its findings to the … Read more

Women plan marches for ‘our communities’

The hosts of the third annual Women’s March in Brookings and Port Orford, slated for … Read more

Mentor Oregon closes Brookings home

Mentor Network, a for-profit company that operates three homes for developmentally disabled people in Brookings, … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Jan. 8 Animal complaint, 9:34 a.m.: Shady Lane. Found property, 10:52 a.m.: A cell … Read more

Sheriff’s Log

Sunday. Dec. 30 Suspicious conditions, 8:44 a.m.: 97900 block of South Bank Chetco River Road. … Read more

Little League Signups

The first walk-in signup event for the 2019 Little League Baseball and Softball season will … Read more

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