Langlois News from The World Newspaper

Bandon Museum thrilled to be open again

One day, COVID-19 will have its own tab in local and world history. But for now, with the pandemic not quite over, it is a reminder of how far things have come in the last 18 months.

Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, Bandon Dunes give scholarships

Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and Brookings-Harbor High School are pleased to announce that Brookings-Harbor High School Class of 2021 seniors Nohemi Fernandez and Aaron Parkinson are recipients of the Jim Seeley Memorial Scholarship.

As I See It: Looking for gold

The realization that I can copy photos out of my original Western World newspapers, and that they print well as evidenced by the photo of the Coast Guard station last week, has opened up a whole new avenue for me…

Letter: A big thank you

The Langlois Lions wish to thanks an entire "village" of people and businesses that helped make our recent open-air Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale an overwhelming success. This was our first major fundraiser since 2019 and has enabled us to…

Preppers to meet in Langlois

Southwestern Oregon Preppers will be holding its monthly meeting at noon Saturday, May 22, at the Langlois Library, 48234 US-101, Langlois. The group will be meeting outside so bring something to sit on.

As I See It: First plane in Bandon

I was trying to envision what the first plane to land on the Bandon Beach in 1920 might have looked like, so I chose this vintage plane, which landed at the Bandon Airport during a fly-in in the 1970s.

Langlois Lions hosting plant sale

The Langlois Lions is hosting the annual Mary Hildebrand Memorial Plant Sale from Saturday, May 15, through Sunday, May 23, from 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. daily. This open-air market is located at 94180 Kerber Lane. Masks are required. The sale…

As I See It: The Charm

I love this first picture I am sharing of the gas-powered Charm as it was docked at the Bandon waterfront sometime around 1915. The people aboard the Charm are obviously enjoying having their picture taken, with several of them standing…

Letter: Thank you all

The Langlois Lions extends their gratitude to the community for all the contributions that enabled us to upgrade our building's heating system. Various local businesses and individuals had donated items our 2019 Holiday Craft Fair - specifically for this cause.

DeFazio announces funding for Oregon schools

Rep. Peter DeFazio (OR-04) recently announced that school districts in Oregon’s Fourth Congressional District are estimated to receive hundreds of millions of dollars as a result of the American Rescue Plan, critical COVID-19 relief legislation that was signed into law…

Langlois Water District looking for candidates

The Langlois Water District will have three positions up for relection this year. Position number 3 - Janet Hubel, 4 - Warren Fitzgerald and 5 - Judy Fitzgerald. The Langlois Water District desperately needs community support and volunteers to work…

As I See It: Bandon's first Woolen Mills

The first picture I am sharing this week is something that I have found interesting about Bandon's history .... and that has to do with the two Woolen Mills that were here in the late 1880s and early 1900s.

As I See It: Bandon's second schoolhouse

I love this old picture of the second of Bandon's school houses, built in 1894 and first occupied in 1895. The school census had reached 212, which was too many students for the one-story frame building near Edison Avenue and…