Langlois News from The World Newspaper

Langlois signs a proud accomplishment

LANGLOIS — New signs, a popular grocery featuring many locally sourced organic products, a newly reopened hip diner, a Montessori-inspired preschool, wool artisans, antique stores, wind surfin…

Spring party

The Port Orford Arts Council sponsored a spring party on May 16 at the former Langlois Cheese Factory, which is now rented out for events in the area.

Two schools; two different lessons

I read with great interest in the May 18 edition of The World about the Wilderland School in Langlois and their monthly field trips. Not only do these trips highlight the local economy and his…

Kreutzer leads Pacific in trophy chase

LANGLOIS — When Cole Kreutzer was a freshman, he was part of perhaps the most unlikely state championship in Pacific High School history.

Lecture avoids Biblical truth

Dr. David Montgomery is going to be presenting a lecture at the Hale Center at SWOCC this Saturday under the title "The Rocks Don’t Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah’s Flood." I am alerting B…

The Wilderland School to enter its 10th year

LANGLOIS — Students at the Wilderland School have been busy getting acquainted with the community of Langlois again, said teacher and co-founder Kelly Fleming.

Michael Knapp

Dec. 10, 1947 - May 7, 2015