Disaster finances and insurance

The Federal Emergency Management Agency won’t be the only knight in shining armor that doesn’t … Read more

Police lost if levy fails

Some Port Orford officials and residents lamented the possible demise of the Port Orford Police … Read more

Changes at the Pilot and Triplicate

For 140 years now the Del Norte Triplicate has been the newspaper of record and … Read more

Crab season opens

Guts must be removed before put on market

The Dungeness crab season will finally open Feb. 1 from Cape Blanco to the Oregon-California … Read more

Task force presents revenue ideas

Suggestions range from restaurant food tax to a toll-booth at the state line

Curry County’s Citizen Revenue Task Force is researching other ways the cash-strapped county might create … Read more

Food bank hit hard by shutdown

WIC, SNAP distribution dates are uncertain

With the partial federal government shutdown in its 33rd day, officials with the Brookings-Harbor Community … Read more

Pilot owner files for Chapter 11

The Curry Coastal Pilot’s parent company, Western Communications, filed for protection Tuesday under Chapter 11 … Read more

Aging communication system plagues county

Sheriff seeks emergency funding for failing system after dish falls off tower

Curry County Sheriff John Ward told county commissioners last week he had no idea when … Read more

Scam targets Brookings real estate

A Brookings woman is out $100 after falling for a real estate scam — and … Read more

Crab finally tests clean for acid

Crab off the Curry County coast just received the first of two needed clean domoic … Read more

Armed resource officer considered

City, district to discuss police presence at Brookings schools

Brookings and the Brookings-Harbor School District are entertaining the idea of hiring an armed school … Read more

DEQ: Recycling far behind 2020 goal

China rejecting certain plastics has caused turmoil in recycling industry

A year-end report from the state Department of Environmental Quality shows the state’s recycling rate … Read more

Federal government shutdown affects locals

Coast Guard working without pay; Forest Service employees sent home

The federal government enters its eighth day of a partial shutdown today, meaning some employees … Read more

City: Boil water at golf course

The city of Brookings has issued a health warning about drinking water at Salmon Run … Read more

Police investigate uptick in burglaries

Law enforcement believes crimes likely not related to homeless people in area

Brookings Police are investigating an uptick in burglaries around town this fall, which they believe … Read more

High surf, gale warning issued

A high surf advisory is in effect until 4 a.m. Sunday. Large swells will create … Read more

County eyes lodging tax, again

Curry County Administrator Clark Schroeder will bring to the board of commissioners today a proposal … Read more

Western monarch butterfly population declines

Vicki Mion’s face lights up when she talks about her beloved Monarch butterflies, which she … Read more

Director: VA makes major strides in 2018

The Veterans Association hospital in Roseburg and the clinic in Brookings have come a long … Read more

Controlled burn slated

A controlled burn was scheduled to begin Tuesday and continue through the end of the … Read more

City to discuss zoning for shelters

Council to ponder ways to help homeless in the community

The Brookings City Council will hold a workshop Monday to determine how it might create … Read more

City to pay property taxes on golf course

The Brookings City Council decided last week to pay its past-due property taxes of $10,239 … Read more

Michel, Lawson booted from city committees

Council votes 3-2 despite protests from standing-room crowd

Brookings City Council removed Teresa Lawson and Candice Michel from their volunteer committee board seats … Read more

Klondike Fire declared out

U-Haul vans were backed up to the doors of the Curry County Fairgrounds Sunday as … Read more

Library confronts homeless camps

Board hears community concerns at Friday meeting

Citizens at the Chetco Community Public Library board meeting Friday related stories of the homeless … Read more

Harbor water salty again

Low river flows, high tides cause brackish conditions

Municipal water in Harbor has turned brackish again, prompting Harbor Water District officials to offer … Read more

Klondike Fire out

The rainfall Curry County received over the weekend has pretty much extinguished Curry County’s 2018 … Read more

Port holds back-to back meetings to address issues

Port of Brookings Harbor Harbormaster Travis Webster said the port should either agree to a … Read more

Group leaves Habitat for Humanity

Curry County Habitat for Humanity has broken ties with Habitat for Humanity (HFH) and renamed … Read more

Cougar sighted in Azalea Park

A cougar was sighted around 4:15 p.m. Monday afternoon at the northwest end of Azalea … Read more

Cable program debuts with candidate forum

Curry County Voices, the new programming on the county’s Public, Education and Government (PEG) channel … Read more

VA health summit kicks off Friday

The long-awaited Veterans Administration Healthcare Summit 2.0 will kick off Friday morning with speakers from … Read more

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