Harbor Sanitary District gives 60 days to Wise

On Tuesday night, Richard Wise, a Harbor landlord came before the Harbor Sanitary District (HSD) … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

Brookings Police May 14 Suspicious conditions, 2:59 a.m.: Railroad near Superfly. Animal complaint, 10:00 a.m.: … Read more

Wreckage of Ann Kathleen removed by helicopter

Crews have finished cleanup of major debris left by the wreck of the Ann Kathleen, … Read more

News Briefs

Curry County seeks applicants from North County for Planning Commission Due to a resignation, Curry … Read more

Preview of upcoming special election

Curry County voters will be asked to vote on three ballot questions in a special … Read more

Brookings to accept sewage shipments from Roto Rooter

Brookings City Council voted Monday to accept shipments of pumped sewage from Roto Rooter at … Read more

Board moves forward on land swap

Curry County Commissioners voted to have county staff draft a formal proposal to accept a … Read more

Gold Beach Fire Dept. Shows Off New Toy in Portland

During the Gold Beach City Council meeting on Monday evening, Gold Beach Fire Department (GBFD) … Read more

No new leads on Smith River homicide cases

Sheriff’s investigators are continuing to follow leads on a suspected homicide and missing persons case … Read more

Vaccination bill is dead, but controversy lives on

WesCom News Service SALEM — Despite a Senate deal to kill a bill to end … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

Curry County Sheriff’s May 5 Area check, 4:05 a.m.: 29800 block of Colvin Street. Burglary, … Read more

SWOCC selects LaMont Swinson as distinguished alumnus

Submitted Southwestern Oregon Community College recently announced 2000 graduate LaMont Swinson of Coos Bay as … Read more

News Briefs

Crab season closed due to acid levels The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the … Read more

Jury convicts Gayman of fleeing

On Wednesday, a 48-year-old Brookings woman accused of felony fleeing a police officer on her … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

BROOKINGS POLICE MAY 3 Alarm, 12:34 a.m.: Kalmiopsis School. Intoxicated subjects, 1:08 a.m.: Near Redwood … Read more

Karma’s Creations open in Harbor

Pam Washburn and Sherry Fletcher grew up in Bakersfield, California, watching their mother sew, neither … Read more

Citizen scientists needed to collect data

Oregon State University (OSU) Extension Service is looking for citizen scientists to help collect data … Read more

Board workshop erupts in rancor

Curry County Commissioner Court Boice used an opportunity to address his goals and vision for … Read more

School District employees hold ‘walk-in’

Clad in red shirts labeled #RedforEd, employees of Brookings-Harbor School District held a “walk-in” during … Read more

Cinco de Mayo festival at BHHS

Dancers, Mexican food and pan dulce treats highlighted the third annual Cinco de Mayo celebration … Read more

Brookings water alert mailed

A mailing sent to Brookings water customers Friday and Saturday began arriving in mailboxes this … Read more

Local teen Savannah Goetze named scholarship finalist

Savannah Goetze, a University of Oregon freshman was selected as one of 24 finalists for … Read more

Events planned for Fourth of July celebration

The Fun’d the 4th Committee is ramping up the Fourth of July in Brookings now … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

Curry County Sheriff’s April 30 Harassment, 12:28 a.m.: 16400 block of Lovell. Welfare check, 8:47 … Read more

Jail Logs

April 29 Ronald Grant Dykes, 56, of Gold Beach; wildlife offense, booked and released. Stephen … Read more

News Briefs

Merkley introduces act to stop robo-calls U.S. Sen. Jeff Merkley and Rep. Anna G. Eshoo … Read more

Smith decries bill to tax businesses for education

The state House of Representatives recently spent hours on House Bill 3427, a piece of … Read more

Azalea Festival gets Heritage designation

The Azalea Festival and Parade will be honored with an Oregon Heritage Tradition Designation at … Read more

Resource center grand opening

The Southern Oregon Coast Resource Center in Gold Beach, up and running since March 1, … Read more

Gold Beach to launch two projects

Gold Beach Main Street has been awarded a $166,695 grant from Oregon Main Street and … Read more

Costumed teams run at Beat the Brewers relay

Port O’ Pints Brewing from Crescent City sponsored the first place team for the fourth … Read more

Beached boat near Bandon

A 64-foot wood and fiberglass fishing boat, the Ann Kathleen out of Westport, Washington, that … Read more

#
Curry Coastal Pilot
This image is copyrighted.