Thursday October 17
The 16th annual Chetco Pelican Players' Haunted House has returned and the terrifying theme this year is the gasping Gothic gore in the House of Monsters!
Brookings-Harbor seniors Manny Zamora and Sidney Alexander are the BHHS Homecoming King and Queen.
The Coast Guard has scheduled marine safety and survival training in five different cities along the Oregon Coast, including Gold Beach, and is offering six separate two-day trainings beginning Oct. 24.
CASA has officially launched a call to artists, seeking submissions for the second annual Tiny Art Show to benefit CASA and the foster kids of Curry County.
Curry County is known for its abundance of wildlife, including wild turkeys.
Compost, plants, and tough sites
This is a good time to transplant landscape trees and shrubs. Construction activity rarely leaves soils in good shape. At worst, most of the topsoil may have been removed. At best, there is major soil compaction. What are the best ways to improve degraded soils for your garden and landscape?
Organizers of the Tri City Bridge Club in Brookings say the game can keep your mind sharp.
Brookings-Harbor High School and Gold Beach High School Homecoming organizers have announced the 2019 Homecoming Week Schedules.
A herd of elk grazing along a coast pasture caught our attention this morning for this latest addition to The Pilot's Coast Moments gallery.
View the online version of our 2019 Fall Home Improvement Guide here!
No cats or dogs were harmed when nearly 3,500 “adopted” rubber cats and dogs were dropped from a helicopter onto a target painted onto Port of Brookings-Harbor’s kite field during The Brookings-Harbor Rotary Club's 6th Annual Raining Cats & Dogs fundraiser held on Saturday, Sept. 28. The…
Some organizations assemble the region’s best musicians to form memorable musical ensembles.
Lea Sevey, the Executive Director of Oasis Shelter Home in Gold Beach, is the 2019 recipient of The Midori Hamilton Award.
The 14th-annual Kids Mall is just around the corner.
Artists and art appreciators will enjoy complimentary wine and snacks, while meeting a diverse panel of artists, from 4:45-6 p.m. this Friday at Brian Scott Gallery, 515 Chetco Ave.
Brookings-Harbor High School Homecoming organizers have announced the 2019 Homecoming Week Schedule, which includes a Bon Fire, Noise Parade, several dress up days and a school dance.
Our latest Coast Moment photo comes from Harbor resident Ronald Butcher who spotted this family of river otters on the dock.
The beaches along Southern Oregon are a bit cleaner today following the annual SOLVE Beach & Riverside Cleanup.
The 14th-annual Kids Mall is just around the corner.
The Chetco Pelican Players, a nonprofit theater group based in Brookings, is using a novel way to set its 2020 season by asking the public to suggest plays and musicals.
View the online version of the 2019 Raining Cats & Dogs event guide here!
Curry County’s local lifesavers are dining with your favorite Superheroes at a fundraiser BBQ from 3 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 28, at Buffington Park in Gold Beach.
The Brookings Harbor School District 17C has three openings on the budget committee.
Hang on for a music event that will rock your boat, according to the Gold Beach Chamber of Commerce, which is hosting The Sirens of the South Coast from 3-8 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 at the Curry County Fairgrounds.
On a sunny afternoon the first weekend of summer vacation, the Christensen family of Brookings took visiting out-of-state friends to play in the Chetco River at Loeb State Park.
Our recently-hired reporters in Crescent City and Brookings are now hitting their stride, providing increasingly relevant coverage of the activities and residents in Country Media’s two new communities. Your ongoing positive feedback underscores that.
The Central Curry School District 1 Board of Directors has declared items surplus and is offering them to the public.
As the new school year moves ahead, volunteers are being recruited to read to kindergartners at Brookings’ Kalmiopsis Elementary School as part of the Start Making A Reader Today (SMART) program.
The Curry Public Library in Gold Beach is joining the American Library Association and libraries nationwide for Library Card Sign-Up Month.
The City of Brookings Best Residential Yard of the Month Award for August goes to Dena and Ron Manley for their property on Vista Ridge Dr. and the Best Commercial Yard of the Month Award goes to the Brookings Dairy Queen on Chetco Ave.
The 2019 Monarch Butterfly Festival held Saturday, Sept. 7 at Azalea Park in Brookings was well attended by butterflies in all stages of life, pets in costume, people who love butterflies and those who wanted to learn more.
With the new school year just underway, some planners already are turning their attention to the Christmas season.
The Brookings-Harbor Rotary Club has begun selling adoptions for its Raining Cats & Dogs fundraiser, scheduled for Sept. 28 at the Port of Brookings-Harbor kite field.
Don and Garnet Edmunds of Gold Beach are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary.
Gold Beach artist Pat Renner will teach a free workshop, “Drawing Faces: A Step-by-Step Approach to Success,” from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 14 at the Curry Public Library in Gold Beach.
Art that’s abstract, beachy, even mousey
‘Beer for Breakfast’ at Rogue Playhouse
The monarch butterfly’s migration annually passes through Brookings, where for the second year the beautiful orange butterflies will be celebrated with a festival.
View the online version of our 2019 Fall Student Spotlight here!
The 10th-annual Bike the Rogue event is gearing up for Sept. 7 in Gold Beach.
Film and TV casting director/producer Catrine McGregor will visit the Curry Public Library at 5 p.m. Sept. 6 to speak about acting and the film industry.
View the online version of our Fall 2019/Winter 2020 Go Wild River Coast guide here!
The Brookings Harbor Friends of Music opens its 35th season featuring a variety of performers from around the world.
Organizers of the Brookings-Harbor School District’s Kindergarten Academy said they were pleased with the first year’s turnout and expect to draw even more participants next summer.
The annual Pistol River parade and potluck on Aug. 17 drew a variety of participants and area residents.
It’s not every day that a California horse walks into the lobby of The Triplicate’s sister newspaper in Brookings. Prince Charming is a survivor of the Nov. 18, 2018, Camp Fire, called the most deadly and destructive wildfire in California history. The horse now lives with Brookings resident…
The Del Norte Association for Cultural Awareness (DNACA) premieres its 37th Performance Series at 7 p.m. Sept. 21 in Crescent Elk Auditorium, 994 G St. in Crescent City, with Maiah Wynne, a solo indie folk/pop artist who delivers the instrumentation of a full band.
Coffee is an essential part of the morning routine for most people - but what do you really know about your morning brew?