The Pilot carries an Adopt-a-Pet full-page ad on alternating weeks that features photos of four-legged friends looking for a family. Why are there so many photos? Because local animal shelters are filled to capacity with rescued animals.
For 6-month old Nox Toler and his 2-year-old brother, Theo, of Crescent City, it was an up-close and personal visit with first-responders and superheroes … with no emergencies to deal with.
Traffic in both directions on U.S. Highway 101, north of Brookings at Harris Beach, was routed around a worksite this week during an invasive weed-abatement project.
Whenever there’s a cheese competition somewhere in the world, it’s a good bet the name Rumiano will be among those acclaimed.
How is it possible that the mornings already are beginning to feel like fall, the trees are turning colors and school is about to start?
Come September, look for a new product line from Rumiano Cheese Co. in Crescent City — Raised to Matter Ghee.
There are numerous ways one might spend those golden years after retirement — traveling, spending more time with family and friends, pursuing a hobby …
Curry County veterans have been invited to join a second free jet boat excursion along the Rogue River courtesy of Curry County Commissioner Court Boice, in partnership with Jerry’s Rogue Jet Boats in Gold Beach.
The words “library” and “a quiet place” seem to go hand in hand.
“Come to our breakfast; we’ll come to your fire,” advertised a flyer for the Gold Beach Fireman’s Breakfast, held Aug. 10-11 at Buffington Park in Gold Beach.
Beets and chard clobbered by leaf miners
This is the first of a two-part series. The Brookings man who is sharing his story asked The Pilot to hide his identity and identify him only as “M.”
The Brookings Harbor Food Bank’s “Independence from Hunger” fundraiser partnering with the local Grocery Outlet has brought in $11,514.
The six-piece Americana band Marley’s Ghost will perform a mix of roots rock, bluegrass, gospel and country, accompanied by multi-part harmonies, during a free summer “Concert in the Park” at 1 p.m. Aug. 18 at Azalea Park in Brookings.
Justin Elias Flores and Hannah Marie Hunt of Brookings were engaged July 4.
The Curry Student Success Fund recently awarded scholarships to seven local students who will be attending college or working on a professional certification program this fall.
Imagine an alien invasion last night in Crescent City. A group of youthful musicians here did just that, playing an appropriate soundtrack to accompany such a sci-fi spectacular.
Brookings’ free “Summer Concerts in the Park” series continues Sunday with slide guitarist Dennis Johnson and his band, The Mississippi Ramblers, performing roots and Americana music, blues and New Orleans grooves at 1 p.m. at Azalea Park.
Imagine you’re paddling your kayak off-shore along the southern Oregon coast. Suddenly, you spot a giant, seldom-seen sea creature in the water ahead.
Organizers said they have collected $39,856 from the Curry Health Foundation’s “High on Health Moonlight Over Mexico” fundraiser held in May, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Gold Beach.
Images will run wild Aug. 10 during the fifth-annual “Chalk Art” event 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at Crissey Field State Recreation Site.
Chetco Library cardholders can now access reliable automotive help online 24/7 through Chilton Library.
The ninth-annual “Pirates of the Pacific Festival” is bringing mayhem and fun to the Brookings Harbor Boardwalk Aug. 9-11.
The recently completed Del Norte County Fair featured four days of sensory overload. Visitors were treated to a bonanza of returning attractions of rides, animals and food. Then, there was the unexpected … such as when headliner Mark McGrath pulled from the crowd Crescent City singer Holly W…
The Rotary Club of Brookings-Harbor is seeking groups interested in partnering with the club by selling adoptions for Rotary’s “Raining Cats & Dogs” fundraiser in September.
The beginning of a new school year is just a few weeks away … and that can be a daunting experience for kindergartners.
Driving though Brookings, you’re likely to spot any number of well-landscaped yards and homeowners with rolled-up sleeves trimming the hedges, mowing the lawn and weeding the flowers.
Back-to-school time must be just around the corner, because KURY Radio’s annual “Stuff the Bus” fundraiser will kick off Aug. 12 and run through Aug. 16.
Planning is already underway for the 2020 Curry County Fair, following what organizers are calling a successful 2019 four-day event that ended July 27 in Gold Beach.
Meet just a sampling of the 70 or so eclectic, creative craftspeople and artists displaying their talents during this weekend’s “Festival of Art” in Brookings ….
It’s a city within the City of Brookings.
Steve and I are meeting an increasing number of nice, helpful people in our new communities of Crescent City, Brookings and surrounding area.
The Curry County Fair was in full swing on grand-opening day July 24.
The Pelican Bay Arts Association will host the seventh-annual “Festival of Art” the weekend of Aug. 3-4.
If you drive by the Brookings Municipal Pool first thing on a summer morning, Monday through Friday, you’re likely to hear plenty of laughter and see a pool filled with seniors.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony today at 10 a.m. will open the 2019 Curry County Fair, set to showcase the talents of local residents as well as feature showmanship from elsewhere.
View some photos from the recent 2019 "Relay for Life" event here!
Carpenter ants are the scourge of homeowners in the Pacific Northwest. They do far more structural damage to homes and other buildings than all other insects combined.
They rolled up their sleeves and began washing the dogs.
Avery Renee Spitzer was born July 17, 2019 at Sutter Coast Hospital in Crescent City, California. She weighed 5 pounds, 14 ounces and measured 20.5 inches.
For those who prefer doing their grocery shopping on Wednesdays or Saturdays, the Brookings Harbor Farmers Market offers plenty to choose from.
Earlier this week, one of our reporters was asked by a news source if Country Media would be shutting down The Triplicate and/or The Pilot. In response, he wondered aloud to her, “Why would the new owners spend all of that money just to close the doors?”
As the sun set over Brookings July 18, some two dozen community members gathered to pray for the safety of area firefighters, as well as the communities that might be hit by wildfires and for the preservation of regional forests. The Brookings Ministerial Association sponsored the gathering …
The Brooks-Harbor School District’s 2019 Summer Food Program began June 24 and runs until Aug. 22.
With the 2019 theme “You Don’t See That Every Day!” the Curry County Fair opens a four-day run beginning July 24 in Gold Beach.
The Pacific Fishery Management Council is requesting public comment on structuring the Area 2A (West Coast) non-Indian directed commercial halibut fishery for the upcoming year.
It’s a warm Saturday afternoon in July at Buffington Memorial Park in downtown Gold Beach.
In light of the many questions I have been receiving regarding tsunami sirens, I wish to provide an overview and update of our tsunami warning systems in Curry County.