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As I See It: Speedboat races at Floras Lake

The first picture I am sharing was taken 60 years ago (1957) of people getting prepared to take part in speedboat races at Floras Lake. My guess is that the building on the left side of the picture is the…

OHP assistance at Langlois library June 21

LANGLOIS -- Coast Community Health Center will be providing Oregon Health Plan assistance from 3-6 p.m. at the Langlois Public Library on Wednesday, June 21. A certified assister will be able to complete new and renewal OHP applications, as well…

Thirty years of a library

LAKESIDE -- A sign in the DVD section states the usual for visitors to the Lakeside Library.

Plant sale success

The Langlois Lions Club would like to thank the following for the wonderful support with donations of time, enthusiasm, wonderful plants and hard work for our Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale: Loretta Hillman, Janet Hubel, Lori Kent, Catherine Kadlubowski, Polly…

Free discussion about fishing and seafood in Oregon

LANGLOIS — Oregonians love the wild beauty of the state's 363 miles of coastline, but finding truly local seafood can be hard, even on the coast. The U.S. imports approximately 90 percent of its seafood and ships out nearly as…

Hospital's Health Day focuses on families

BANDON -- The weather was great and the mood was light at Bandon City Park on Saturday morning as several dozen "superheroes" gathered for the first-ever Family Health Day.

Langlois library offers Summer Reading Program

LANGLOIS -- The Langlois Public Library invites children ages 3-15 to "Build a Better World" during its 2017 Summer Reading Program. This year’s program will include building with recycled materials, learning about photography composition and exploring ancient technologies.

Locals earn degrees from OSU

Oregon State University's 148th commencement ceremony will take place Sunday, June 17, at Reser Stadium, in Corvallis, and some local area students will be receiving their diplomas.

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