View the online version of our 2021 Health & Fitness Guide here!
Need a burger, but can’t leave the house? Now you can order one directly to your door with Brookings newest delivery service: Oregon Delivers.
It was wet and dreary outside, but that didn’t stop around 10 anglers from gathering to celebrate a successful salmon fishing season with awards to three people who turned in snouts to better help officials track salmon.
A new full-time library director, Cynthia Hovind, joined the Langlois Public Library District last week. According to district board Chair Susan Orbom, “Cynthia’s enthusiastic personality, her interesting background and her professional experience as a rural librarian make her a perfect fit …
Self-Harm Awareness Month (also known as Self-Injury Awareness Month) is an annual global awareness event and campaign where people make special efforts to raise awareness about self-harm and self-injury. The goal of the people who observe this event is to break down the common stereotypes s…
Chetco River steelhead anglers have a chance to win big — and use their catch for a cause.
Do you know a friend or loved one who suffers from fear, anxiety and depression and do not know what to do?
Soroptimist International of Brookings is requesting funds for its annual Community Baby Shower. This is the club’s 15th year of welcoming babies that need a helping hand with a baby starter kit. The club includes diapers, clothing, blankets, baby wipes, shampoo, thermometer and other suppli…
Oregon seniors may receive doses of the COVID-19 vaccine faster than previously expected.
The play structure at Gold Beach’s Buffington Park remains closed as the ongoing pandemic keeps city officials under the pressure of state COVID-19 requirements.
ON THE MORNING OF NOV. 5, 1915, at the back of the entrance to Coos Bay, a big steamship could be seen towering improbably over the beach, stuck fast in the sand close to shore.
The Curry County Cultural Coalition, in a special grant cycle for 2021, awarded grants totaling $7,500 to 14 organizations whose projects most closely fit the goals and guidelines for the Oregon Cultural Trust and the CCCC. The purpose of the awards is to increase public participation in Ore…
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600,000 plates is a lot of breakfasts.
In a time of a global pandemic where it feels like people are always fighting, Tricia Bartlett-Iverson has a suggestion – turn to music.
It’s no wonder the Crino family’s café is named after a compass. In the past year, they’ve felt the Earth’s invisible forces bringing them to Brookings.
Curry County is known beyond its boundaries for its cranberries, its rivers and salmon, its coastline and increasingly it is garnering national attention for its libraries. The most recent recognition for the libraries' successes was the December 2020 “Star Library” designations announced by…
One Curry County artist received a grant recently as part of the Artist Relief Program created by the Oregon Arts Commission in partnership with Oregon Community Foundation and the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation.
The Oregon Coast Council for the Arts presents “A Segment of Art” exhibit from Jan. 16 through March 20 in the Coastal Oregon Visual Artists Showcase (COVAS) at the Newport Visual Arts Center. “A Segment of Art” will feature award-winning wood sculptures by Brookings-based artists Dan Gray. …
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The Coast Guard is issuing a warning to mariners and commercial fisherman about the dangers and legal consequences of disabling a vessel's Automated Identification System.
Children in need along the South Coast could get a boost if there are volunteers to do it.
On January 31, from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., the Coastal Observation and Seabird Survey Team will deliver a virtual training session for the residents of Southern Oregon. COASST participants help make a difference for the environment by collecting data on beach-cast carcasses of marine birds…
HAPPY NEW YEAR! In the spirit of the American tradition of the season, today we’re going to explore the stories of two Missouri men whose New Year’s Resolutions probably once included “Give up crime” and “Hide from the F.B.I.”
On December 19, Gold Beach Main Street successfully held a Drive-Through Santa event that followed COVID guidelines. Volunteers packed and distributed 300 goodie bags to local children, who waited in line in their respective vehicles to greet Santa Claus. The goodie bags included toys, glove…
The Oregon State Marine Board is urging people operating stand up paddleboards (SUPs) on moving water (primarily rivers) to always wear a life jacket and never wear an ankle or leg leash that is designed for general flatwater use.
Christina Olsen will be the first featured artist at the Manley Art Center, showing from Jan. 4-Feb. 1.
Now that it is 2021, the time for New Year’s Resolutions is now. And, what better way to say “I Love Curry” than with a resolution to purchase one (or many) Dine to Stay in Curry gift cards to use at your favorite Curry County eateries next year.
View the online version of our 2020 Curry Coastal Pilot Anniversary Edition here!
Charles Bartlett, known by most as Chuck, spent 39 days in the early 1940s on a ship bound for India.
As the clocked turned to 4 o’clock Friday, the cars began to line up. One by one, they drove down the alley and dropped off food for people in need.
Christina Olsen will be our first featured artist at the Manley Art Center, showing from Jan. 4-Feb. 1.
ODFW and wildlife rehabilitators are seeing an increase in reports of sick birds at feeders.
Zac Abblitt’s life changed last month after a day of surfing went wrong.
Holiday photos from Brookings, Oregon.
From mid-December to mid-January, a tradition takes place along the Oregon Coast that has intrigued and fascinated thousands for years.
The members of the Brookings Emblem Club 265 filled two cars of donated gifts to go to the Oasis House Shelter distribution center office in Gold Beach. The members did a great job filling the shelters wish list.
BROOKINGS — Billy Hartwick has found his next step.
The Child Abuse Intervention Center for Curry County, Wally’s House, has been gifted full title to and independent ownership of its facility in Gold Beach.
This year’s winter whale watching and the 2021 First Day Hikes will go on, but volunteers won’t be stationed at whale watching sites and hikes won’t be led by rangers or volunteers.
As a truck driver, Robert Graves has plenty of time to think about what it means to live in America.
A new collaboration has been formed to assist senior citizens during this isolating time.
Pelican Bay inmates will be funding a handful of Christmas wishes this year, after the Pelican Bay Athletic Organization handed out checks to two different gift-giving charities last week.
Don Bemis more than delivered on his promise to place a wreath on the grave of every veteran in the W.J. Ward Memorial Cemetery’s first Wreaths Across America ceremony at 9 a.m, Dec. 19.
Oct. 1, 1880, was a very big day in Portland.
The Brookings Harbor Food Bank is holding its first ever drive-through food drive, called “Light It Up.”
Tony Parrish is back laying track this week for the Stout Mountain Railway Christmas display, a Brookings tradition for 13 years.
Celebrations look different this year as we make changes to keep our families and communities safe.
COVID-19 cases continue to surge around the country, so this year’s holiday season may be quieter than usual. Gone are the guests, but there are still plenty of seasonal things that can be troublesome for your pets.