Council allows citizen citations

The Brookings City Council held open hearings June 24 to consider changes to the municipal … Read more

Two high speed chases in two days for same driver

Dalen Ragan, 40, of Tillamook, Oregon was arrested Thursday following a high-speed chase and crash … Read more

Country Media buys Pilot

Media, Inc. was approved Friday as the successful bidder to acquire two newspapers owned by … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

Brooking Police 6-25 Dispute, 1:53 a.m.: 97800 area of Court Street. Alarm, 6:33 a.m.: Wastewater … Read more

Former Bandon school employee sentenced for infant abuse

U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams announced Thursday that former Bandon School District educational assistant and … Read more

Stolen tow truck blocks 101 at Humbug

Suspect tased and apprehended after chase

Police officials closed U.S. Highway 101 at Humbug Canyon at about 11:50 a.m. today following … Read more

Senator threatens violence against OSP

Oregon State Senate Republicans continued their standoff with the Democratic supermajority Tuesday even as Republican … Read more

CTR truck stuck in Mountain Drive garden

Geoffrey Ashby said a Curry Transfer and Recycling (CTR) truck lost its brakes descending Mountain … Read more

Lights out: Curry loses power

Most of Curry County saw power outages Tuesday morning, according to Coos-Curry Electric (CCEC) Cooperative … Read more

Timber salvage sale to be advertised

The Oregon Department of Forestry and U.S. Forest Service plan to re-advertise a timber sale … Read more

Brookings-Harbor Schools summer food begins

The Brookings-Harbor School District 2019 Summer Food Program will run Mondays through Thursday starting until … Read more

Oregon’s craft brewers have a problem: ‘There’s just too much beer out there’

They’re the brands this beer town was built on: Portland Brewing, BridgePort, Widmer Brothers. For … Read more

Brookings council praises BHHS baseball and park progress

Brookings council praises BHHS baseball and Azalea Park progress The Brookings City Council feted the … Read more

Smith opposes bill as senators disappear

Oregon State Senate Republicans went missing Thursday to stop the Democratic supermajority from passing HB … Read more

Fire Season Outlook for Curry County

With fire season officially here and nearby Josephine and Jackson counties already seeing moderate fire … Read more

Commissioners discuss shoaling on Rogue River

Resident David Barnes – armed with photos – detailed shoaling problems on the Rogue River … Read more

National Forest fire restrictions in place

As the weather continues to trend towards warming and drying, the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest, … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

Brookings Police 6-18 Burglary, 2:38 a.m.: Hadley Lane. Check area, 8:56 a.m.: Azalea Park. Disorderly … Read more

Green building “Burn to Learn” proposed

Port of Brookings-Harbor Commissioners (POBH), Port Manager Gary Dehlinger informed the board Tuesday that the … Read more

Gold Beach School Board meeting

The Central School Board began its meeting Wednesday by recognizing outgoing board member Brandon McGinnis … Read more

Briefs

Jobs Corps training sites saved Following a conversation with Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue, Oregon’s Senator … Read more

Log trucks collide at Whaleshead

Witnesses said two log trucks – one loaded and one empty – collided near the … Read more

County and SEIU hit an impasse negotiating

Curry County Commissioners and the local Service Employees International Union (SEIU) continued negotiations in June … Read more

Board discusses business licenses

Resident Nancy Rose asked the Curry County Board of Commissioners (BOC) not to use a … Read more

Council discusses Mill Beach homeless

June Podesta began the Brookings City Council meeting June 10 by detailing problems with homeless … Read more

Emergency Dispatch Report Logs

BROOKINGS SHERIFF 6-11 Criminal trespassing, 7:50 a.m.: near Pacific High School. Suspicious conditions, 8:39 a.m.: … Read more

Briefs

Crater Lake Highway construction through June 27 Drivers between Trail and Casey State Park should … Read more

Oregon State University Launches Hemp Research Center

Oregon State University announced plans on Thursday to launch the nation’s largest hemp research center … Read more

Social studies curriculum adopted

The Brookings-Harbor School District (BHSD) board has voted to adopt a new curriculum for social … Read more

Fire season is officially underway

The Coos Forest Protective Association (CFPA) has declared the official start to fire season. The … Read more

Curry County Voices silenced

Gold Beach Rotary Foundation and Curry County Voices (CCV) President Carl King said censorship is … Read more

Leslie Anne Pearson Rovainen, Dec. 17, 1941– April 18, 2019

We celebrate the life and mourn the passing of Leslie Anne Pearson Rovainen. Leslie passed … Read more

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