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More than a hundred youngsters from Crescent City, Brookings and Gold Beach took to Elmer Bankus Field at Brookings-Harbor High School over the past several days to participate in National Football League’s (NFL) sanctioned flag football scrimmages.

It has been a good week for sport fishermen on both sides of the California-Oregon border as the tuna have moved in about as close to shore as they ever come, lots of California halibut have been biting on the beaches, and bottomfish has remained consistent as usual.

Fishing has slowed some this week on the Wild Rivers Coast. Although the week closed with some rough weather that limited ocean anglers, the Pacific halibut bite seemed to slow down even before things got bumpy. There have been a few salmon caught on both sides of the border this week, however.

After 58 years of cowboys and cowgirls strutting their stuff, the Orick Rodeo hasn’t lost a step, although this year’s event did feature a few bumps and bruises.

It’s been at least five straight months of baseball for players on the Brookings club team, but the Bruins are still going strong with less than a week left in the season.

The holiday week has provided lots of good fishing for anglers up and down the Wild Rivers Coast. Good weather has provided calm seas that have allowed anglers to get on the ocean out of Crescent City, Brookings, and even Gold Beach.

The  5th annual Rogue River Triathlon in Agness, Oregon - a unique little community fundraiser to promote health and wellness is growing in popularity with participants as well as organizations in the Health and Wellness industry.  Each year the Curry Health Network generously sponsors us an…

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Nestled between Whaleshead and Thomas Creek Bridge sits Indian Sands Trail, a challenging and unique hiking trail featuring elevated dunes and desert-like terrain nearly unseen in the rest of Curry County.

With the summer heating up, the Bruins basketball took indoors over the weekend to host their annual Beat the Heat tournament. Four schools came out to compete this year at Brookings-Harbor High School.

As if to make amends for last year’s flat winds, this year’s Pistol River Wave Bash saw optimal conditions throughout its week-long competition window stretching from June 15-22.

The Bruins baseball team has kept busy this summer with intermittent baseball games.

The Brookings-Harbor All-Star Little League teams competed over the week at the district level in a series of games stretching from Saturday to Wednesday.

The Pistol River Wave Bash is in full swing as of last weekend, with the majority of the bracketed competition already wrapping up after beginning on Saturday.

After a strong year that saw them winning league undefeated at 15-0 and going to the second round of playoffs before being knocked out in the quarterfinals by Warrenton, the Bruins have earned a slew of All-State awards to add to their achievements for the year.

The Pistol River Wave Bash kicks off today, but surfers who came out early haven’t been sitting idly by waiting for the latest stop on the International Windsurfing Tour (IWT) to start.