As part of the homecoming festivities at Brookings-Harbor High School, the annual Noise Parade returned to the streets of Brookings as students marched to celebrate their school.
The Chetco Pelican Players’ haunted house - “Crossbone Cove” - opened to the Brookings and surrounding communities on Oct. 21.
How we can take action at the state and local level to protect the health of our coast and ocean will be the subject of webinar hosted by the Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 26. The event is free and open to the public.
Some of the world’s largest land animals demolished some of the area’s largest pumpkins recently, during the Oregon Zoo’s 23rd annual Squishing of the Squash.
The city and environs of Astoria strike most visitors as the kind of place where pirate loot might be stashed away.
View the online version of our Fall 2021 Home Improvement Guide here!
From Sept. 18 through Oct. 3, Oregonians are participating in SOLVE’s 38th annual Beach & Riverside Cleanup in partnership with the Oregon Lottery. This volunteer event is aimed at improving the health of waterways through litter pick-up and restoration work. While this event spans three…
Volunteers are needed for SOLVE’s annual Beach & Riverside Cleanup, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery, on Saturday, Sept. 25. Community members across the state will be hosting nearly 100 volunteer projects along Oregon’s beaches, parks, and neighborhoods. SOLVE encourages any Orego…
Names of students who have made the Scholastic Honor Roll Summer 2021 have been announced by Oregon State University.
Curry Health Network is pleased to announce that Gladys Gonzales, a patient access specialist with the organization since April 2019, was selected by a committee of her peers as the July 2021 Service Excellence Superstar of the Month.
Charlotte Dailey of Brookings has been named to Southern New Hampshire University's summer 2021 president's list. Eligibility for the president's list requires that a student accumulate an academic grade point average (GPA) of 3.7-4.0 and earn 12 credits for the term.
October of 1913 was a triumphant time for Professor James Dryden, the poultry specialist at Oregon State University (or Oregon Agricultural College, as it was then called). His name was in newspapers nationwide, in glowing tribute after glowing tribute to his success.
The Oregon Shores Conservation Coalition is celebrating its 50th anniversary year with a series of online talks from far-flung experts, addressing the coming challenges of the next 50 years.
View the online version of our Summer 2021 Ageless publication here!
The 11th annual Rotary Bike the Rogue bicycling event will take place Saturday, September 11, in Gold Beach. This spectacularly scenic event offers cyclists low traffic routes, along with good weather, great food and SAG support.
The Curry Student Success Fund offer scholarships to graduating high school students of private, Christian, home school, GED or public school backgrounds and to graduated students continuing their education.
A local woman became the first female lawyer-deacon in the Lutheran tradition when she was ordained to the public ministry roster of Word and Service in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America during the Sunday morning service held at St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in San Francisco on July 25, 2021.
Come together with thousands of Oregonians on Saturday, Sept. 25, for SOLVE’s Beach & Riverside Cleanup, in partnership with the Oregon Lottery. Volunteer registration is now live and all Oregonians, from Astoria to Brookings, Pendleton to Sunriver, are encouraged to sign up for this sta…
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It was a little after 10 p.m. on a Friday evening in the summer of 1921. In their little house on Druid Street in the St. Johns neighborhood of Portland, Robert Green and his family were getting ready for bed when they heard the screams.
Then he turned and walked away. Probably he walked straight to the logging locomotive for his last ride into town. Nailing the hat to the stump was a symbolic act — Stewart H. Holbrook was quitting the logging business forever.
The Lucky 7 Casino will be the site of a memorial for Dayle Niemie, longtime founder and promoter of the Lucky 7 MDA classic car show, who died February 25.
Curry County is expected to transfer the remainder of its public health services to the Oregon Health Authority on July 1, according to a June 17 press release from OHA.
When does gambling become a problem?
Dawn was just breaking, and Tom McAdams had just barely crawled into bed, when he got the alarm. A 50-foot sailboat was washing ashore near Waldport.
As the summer months near, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) urges everyone of basic safety tips and precautions to grill and celebrate safely.
Best Display of Local Resources - Curry Health Network
View the online version of our 2021 Graduation Keepsake edition here!
Brookings recently named the yards of the month for May.
View the online version of our 2021 Curry County Reader's Choice Awards publication here!
View the online version of our 2020 Azalea Festival Guide here!
The Brookings-Harbor High School varsity track and field team represented well in the 3A state meet in Harrisburg on Tuesday, including Senior Derek Tuttle, who won his second state title in the javelin throw.
All through the summer of 1973, there was one song on the radio everywhere that you just couldn’t get away from: Jim Croce’s smash hit, “Bad, Bad Leroy Brown."
After voting to turn over public health last month, the Curry County Board of Commissioners have now given the local mental health authority back to the state.
Victoria Lindaman and her husband moved to Brookings in 2007 to retire. They both loved the ocean, so they bought a ranch with an ocean view. However, Lindaman lost her husband to cancer in 2018, and now it appears she will lose her scenic view.
The Langlois Lions is hosting the annual Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale on Saturday, May 15, through Sunday May 23, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. This open air market is located at 94180 Kerber Lane. Masks are required. The sale is not at the Lions Club.
Local station 100.7 FM Curry Coast Community Radio could go off the air, unless they find a new tower to broadcast from by October.
View the online version of our 2021 Spring/Summer Go Wild Rivers Coast Guide here!
While COVID-19 continues to hamper celebrations and events, the 82nd Azalea Festival will carry on — with some changes.
This May, the Chetco Pelican Players are providing free group streaming access to the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's production of Snow in Midsummer. Tickets are available now; the show will be available for streaming May 3 through May 29.
In less than 30 minutes, the Brookings City Council appointed a new mayor and a new city councilor.
Growing your own vegetable garden might seem like a daunting task, but with these tips and tricks from Oregon State University Extension Service, your homegrown carrots and tomatoes will be the talk of the neighborhood.
The Oregon Coast Visitors Association (OCVA) has joined Tourism Declares a Climate Emergency, an international initiative that supports tourism businesses, organizations and individuals in declaring a climate emergency.
In the United States, more than eight in 10 COVID-19 deaths have occurred among those of us aged 65 or above.
Sometime in 1915, a 40-year-old Black woman named Frankie Baker stepped off the train at Portland’s Union Station. She had come to stay; Oregon would be her home for the rest of her life.
The Chetco Pelican Players present a delightful adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic American novel, Little Women.
The Curry County community is invited to the Circle of Gold mural project design meetings on all Wednesdays in March and April at 4:30 p.m. The meetings are held at the Curry County Fairgrounds in the south end of the Livestock Pavilion on the west side of the fairgrounds. This mural is see…
Rogue Community College is offering a new short-term course this spring designed to help students prepare for entry-level jobs in the construction industry.
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When Gabriel Chatman set out to start his own business five years ago, he wanted two things: creative freedom and the ability to provide a service to his community.
On March 12, Oregon Community Foundation named Oasis Advocacy & Shelter the recipient of Rental Assistance Program funding, in the amount of $40,000. The award recognizes the need for survivors of domestic violence, sexual violence and trafficking to have assistance with move-in costs.