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Children's theater features 'My Mother the Astronaut'

LANGLOIS — Children ages 3-15 are invited to the Langlois Public Library for a Traveling Lantern Theatre Company presentation of “My Mother the Astronaut.” The presentation will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday, July 9.

Hutton, West win South Coast Half Marathon

Sailor Hutton of Bandon set a women’s course record in the South Coast Half Marathon last weekend at the Jennifer’s Catching Slough Classic and Jeremy West was the men’s winner.

Mary Carter

May 6, 1942 - June 2, 2019

As I See It, June 10: Langlois FSP Mill fire

The first picture I am sharing is a picture of what remained of the FSP Mill in Langlois after it burned in September of 1957. The mill was built by Chas. Storm and Friday Phillips in the early 1950s. In…

Live Culture Coast Commissions Temporary, Large-Scale Art Installations

Artists are invited to submit proposals to create one of two large-scale outdoor art installations for Live Culture Coast. This new Southern Oregon Coast event takes place October 18-27, 2019 and will bring together artists, farmers, outdoor recreationalists, and community…

Thanks from Langlois Lions

The Langlois Lions would like to thank the following for their unstinting donation of time, energy and work on our recent Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale: Catherine Kadluboski, Russ Bradford, Shelley Voight, PollyVan Blaricom, Thomas Medlin. Zach McDermott, Janet Hubel…

Wild Rivers Land Trust Fundraiser May 26 in Langlois

PORT ORFORD —Everyone is invited to join Wild Rivers Land Trust for an evening of music and mingling Sunday, May 26th at the old Cheese Factory in Langlois. Doors will open at 6 p.m. and live music by Portland singer/songwriter…

As I See It, April 29: Bandon's first school

I know the first picture is small, but it is such a good shot of Bandon's first school building, which was on the hill across from what is now the old Coast Guard Station. This picture postcard was stamped in…

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