County Jail Log

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Brookings Police Log

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Two sheriff’s employees complete course

Dispatcher Brittany Falls and Telecommunicator Kaila Shaw Curry of the County Sheriff’s Office are among … Read more

Mental health advocacy council formed

A new Veterans Mental Health Advocacy Council has been created to advocate, educate and reach … Read more

Azalea Bruins earn banners

The Azalea Bruins sixth and seventh-grade boys basketball teams both earned banners at tournaments over … Read more

BHHS hosts Knowledge Bowl qualifier competition

Brookings-Harbor High School will host the Oregon National-Qualifying Knowledge Bowl competition Saturday with teams from … Read more

Crab season opens in Del Norte

Crabbing on the southernmost coast of Oregon won’t open until Feb. 1 due high domoic … Read more

Local Sears unaffected by liquidation

Sears Hometown recently announced that due to the financial difficulty brought on by the bankruptcy … Read more

News Briefs

Trash Dogs No. 176 Trash Dogs did some sniffing around on the Elk River Road … 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

Triplicate Pilot Editor faces DUI charges

The editor for the Del Norte Triplicate and Curry Coastal Pilot is facing charges of … Read more

County to find money to fix transmitters

Can you hear me now? Curry County commissioners plan to find and spend the money … Read more

Longtime Brookings resident, former Pilot owner dies

Ocean waves in the purple-blue dawn of morning dance under a rained-out sky, stretching from … Read more

City council sits as local URA

Gold Beach City Council elected Councilor Tamie Kaufman mayor pro-tem at its meeting Monday before … Read more

Brookings Police Log

Tuesday, Jan. 15 Suspicious conditions, 5:57 a.m.: Chetco Ave. Illegal camping, 10:34 a.m.: City has … Read more

Funds sought from parks to pay for recreation programs

The Brookings Public Works and Development Department will ask the city council for $2,500 from … Read more

Dock work delayed

Work to replace pilings at Basin 1 at the Port of Brookings Harbor won’t take … Read more

Schmelzer hired for newly created operations position

Seven days after relieving County Administrator Clark Schroeder of his duties, the Curry County Board … Read more

News Briefs

RedFish Rocks rocks The RedFish Rocks Community Team, a nonprofit group dedicated to protecting and … Read more

Fishery council seeks comment on Chinook draft recovery plan

The Pacific Fishery Management Council is accepting comment about the draft recovery plan for Klamath … Read more

Business property tax forms mailed

Curry County Assessor Jim Kolen has mailed out Business Personal Property Returns for 2019 to … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs ( of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

Travel ordinance repealed

Curry County commissioners voted unanimously to repeal its office’s entire travel ordinance in an emergency … Read more

No money for safe school routes

The city of Brookings didn’t make the final cut in its Safe Routes to School … Read more

Minimum wage raise bill introduced

Sens. Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley this week joined House and Senate colleagues to introduce … Read more

Port work backlog prioritized

The Port of Brookings Harbor maintenance crew tackled 52 work orders last month, but still … Read more

Riparian ordinance tabled

Brookings council finds too many flaws

Brookings city councilors tabled discussion regarding the implementation of a riparian area protection overlay Monday … Read more

Trump order expands logging

President Donald Trump issued an executive order last month that would expand logging on public … Read more

Students outline homeless findings

Brookings-Harbor High School seniors Nathaniel Barnard and Brig Scofield outlined their thoughts on the local … Read more

Sheriff’s Log

Sunday, Jan. 6 Suspicious conditions, 11:41 a.m.: 17800 block of Rainbow Rock Road. Theft, 8:11 … Read more

Service Notice: Mike Delaney

A Celebration of Life for Mike Delaney is from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. … Read more

County Jail Log

The following information is taken from the daily logs ( of local law enforcement agencies. … Read more

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