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Bach's 333rd birthday celebration coming to Langlois

LANGLOIS - Johann Sebastian Bach's 333rd birthday is coming up on March 31 and local musicians are celebrating by inviting the public to a Bach Birthday Party and Concert at 3 p.m. Sunday April 8, at the Langlois Cheese Factory,…

Preppers to meet in Langlois

LANGLOIS - Southwestern Oregon Preppers will hold a meeting at noon on Saturday, March 17, at the Langlois Public Library, 48234 Highway 101, Langlois.

Kandi Wyatt featured in next Interesting Langlois event

LANGLOIS - Interesting Langlois Presents Kandi J Wyatt, local fantasy author at 6 p.m., Wednesday, March 28, at the Langlois Public Library. Wyatt is the author of the popular “Dragon Courage” series as well as the historical fiction, “The One…

Trinity Alps Chamber Players to perform in Langlois

LANGLOIS - The Trinity Alps Chamber Players, featuring Ian Scarfe, piano, and Charles Akert, cello, with special guests will perform at 7 p.m., Friday, March 23, at the charming and unique Langlois Cheese Factory, 94179 Allen Boice Drive, Langlois.

Success at Bite of Bandon

BANDON - The Bite of Bandon was another success this year, drawing a sold-out crowd to The Barn on Saturday night to support the Bandon Community Youth Center.

As I See It, March 5: City Hall

I can still remember when the building now occupied by the Bandon Historical Society Museum was the Bandon City Hall. This picture was taken during the flood of 1961, and I can spot long-time city manager (called manager of utilities…

Langlois Lions to hold spaghetti feed March 31

LANGLOIS - The Langlois Lions will host its "famous" spaghetti feed followed by a dessert auction starting at 5 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the Lions Club on Floras Lake Loop. This benefit event is earmarked for the Langlois Lions'…

As I See It, Feb. 26: Old Town, 1970s

The first picture I am sharing this week was probably taken in the mid-to-late 1970s, but unfortunately I didn't record the date on the negative envelope, so I'm not sure. The only person I recognize is John Cribb, one-time publisher…

Pacific boys seek state success

LANGLOIS — Last winter, Pacific’s boys basketball team traveled across the state to Baker City for the Class 1A state tournament. The only problem was the Pirates weren’t playing, after losing in the Skyline League playoffs.

Pacific boys advance to state tournament

LANGLOIS — Pacific’s top-ranked boys basketball team is headed across the state to Baker City for the Class 1A state tournament.

Mark handsaker

April 6, 1966 - Feb. 16, 2018

Correction/explanation by the Friends of the Langlois Library

1. In our “Notice to the Public” the Friends said “checks made out to the Langlois Public Library itself are not tax deductible. We were not aware until recently that such donations ARE now deductible on both State and Federal…