Lawrence T. “Andy” Andrews, Sept. 20, 1922 –Jan. 24, 2019

Brookings resident Lawrence T. “Andy” Andrews passed away at a local care facility on Jan. … Read more

Carolyn Derricott, Nov. 12, 1938 – Feb. 15, 2019

Carolyn Derricott, 80, of Brookings, returned to her Heavenly Father on Feb. 15, 2019. She … Read more

Lawrence T. “Andy” Andrews, Sept. 20, 1922 –Jan. 24, 2019

Brookings resident Lawrence T. “Andy” Andrews passed away at a local care facility on Jan. … Read more

Rogue Playhouse puts on fundraiser show

When the lights snap on the stage of the Rogue Playhouse this evening a large … Read more

Sea Lions lounge at Crescent City docks

While it would be almost impossible to determine if the numbers of sea lions collecting … Read more

Local group forms to promote climate action

Southern Oregon Climate Action Now (SOCAN) representatives presented evidence in support of climate action Tuesday … Read more

BOC Jackson fire resolution defeated

Curry County Commissioners on Wednesday defeated 2-1 a proposal to support a Jackson County public … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Feb. 19 Alarm, 12:40 a.m.: 500 block of Fifth Street. Welfare check, 3:44 a.m.: … Read more

News Briefs

Flooding The National Weather Service announced Friday that there is potential for flooding this weekend … Read more

Brookings-Harbor High School Honor Roll

The most recent BHHS Honor Roll from school officials: Student Name/ Grade/Award Barnard, Nathaniel 12 … Read more

Harbor Fire cited for OSHA violations

The Harbor Rural Fire Protection District (Harbor Fire) was cited for seven violations found during … Read more

School resource officer coming

For the first time in about 15 years, a school resource officer will be available … Read more

Local storage units burglarized

Randy and Katie McMillen are advising people who use storage units to secure them with … Read more

Hughes arrested for murder after standoff

After a nearly three-hour standoff Monday with law enforcement, Edward Hughes IV was arrested for … Read more

Ferraccioli claims personal document leaked in act of retribution

A report outlining the termination of Wesley Ferraccioli was printed from the files at the … Read more

Senate approves state rent control

SALEM — Statewide rent control took its first big jump toward becoming law Tuesday, winning … Read more

News briefs

I&I discoveries Brookings Public Works Supervisor Tim Rettke reported last week that his crew jet-flushed … Read more

Pot grower tax to ballot May 2019

Curry County commissioners agreed last week to place a question on the May ballot asking … Read more

Council addresses dangerous properties

Gold Beach City Council agreed to allow further study of a property at 28312 Mateer … Read more

Whaleshead water out for a week

Water is flowing again to residents of Whaleshead Beach RV Resort north of Brookings, who … Read more

Bruins can Crusaders 53-30

Tuesday night was a high stakes game for the Bruins as they faced off against … Read more

Curry County Transit Service expands routes and hours

The Curry Public Transit Service District has received several grants enabling it to buy more … Read more

Suction dredge miners try back-door to get in rivers

Suction dredge miners, recently banned from mining for gold in salmon-bearing streams, have seemingly donned … Read more

Summer food program

Each summer, the Brookings-Harbor School District (BHSD) provides free breakfast and lunch services for youth … Read more

Letters to the editor

Professionalism Every once in awhile difficulties come our way. Those things that we never thought … Read more

Employer benefits found slim on Oregon coast

A recent report by the Oregon Employment Department shows 75 percent of private employers in … Read more

Sheriff phone scam

Curry County Sheriff John Ward reported Monday a scam in which someone claiming to be … Read more

BOC dissolves budget committee

Curry County commissioners dissolved the budget committee Wednesday, saying one of the three members doesn’t … Read more

2nd Amendment Sanctuary county to workshop BOC

Curry County commissioners plan to discuss at a future workshop a proposed ordinance or ballot … Read more

Reward offered for Smith River homicide investigation

A $10,000 reward is being offered for information that will lead to the arrest and … Read more

Chetco Point updated with donation

Brookings dedicates Pete Happ Trail at Chetco Point Brookings Mayor Jake Pieper thanked Lela Wagner … Read more

Drug court non-starter in county

Circuit Court Judge Jesse Margolis dismissed ongoing efforts to begin a drug court in Curry … Read more

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