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Fishing report, April 26: Plenty of trout action at Powers Pond

Local lakes: The Umpqua River Flycasters were out on Powers Pond last week and reported catching and releasing plenty of nice rainbow trout. One of the members told me that a black beaded nymph was working great. He first tried…

Spring Fling was heartening

The Bandon Aquatic Center's Spring Fling was missing only one item - spring weather. But the board members were out in force showing their many talents. Rick Jackson and Bart Taylor were chefs extraordinaire, ably and tirelessly assisted by Nancy…

Notice to community of Langlois

There is an error or misunderstanding in the unapproved Langlois Water District minutes for the April 4, 2018 meeting as posted on the district website.

Spaghetti feed a success

The Langlois Lions Club is more than pleased to announce that our recent Spaghetti Feed and Dessert Auction was a huge success, going beyond all expectations. As a result, we are able to fund our Pacific High School senior scholarship…

Remembering Scott Alan Smith

Scott Alan Smith, former director of the Langlois Public Library, died Wednesday, March 21, at his home in Mosier, Oregon high above the Columbia River valley. He was only 61 years old.

As I See It, April 16: Bandon Fisheries

The first picture I am sharing this week was taken in 1971 when Bandon Fisheries operated the former Bandon Seafood building on the east side of Chicago Avenue, across from the Port of Bandon's building which lately has housed The…

MarLo Dance Studio presents classic tale of 'Peter Pan'

BANDON - Be a part of one of MarLo Dance Studio’s most popular productions as the “boy who would not grow up” flies from London to Neverland, does battle with Captain Hook and his cowardly pirates and revels in the…

Sponsors help fund scholarship

The Langlois Lions Club is more than pleased to announce that our recent Spaghetti Feed and Dessert Auction was a huge success — going beyond all expectations.

SWOCC students earn academic honors for winter term

COOS BAY — Southwestern Oregon Community College students who have excelled during the winter term of 2017-18 were honored by placement on the college’s dean’s, honor roll and academic excellence lists. Students must have had at least 12 credit hours.

Protests, anger a month after Brazil activist slain

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — Thousands of Brazilians took to the streets of Rio de Janeiro Saturday to demand answers in the death of city councilwoman and human rights activist Marielle Franco, whose slaying one month ago is seen by…

As I See It, April 9: Millard School

The first photo I am sharing this week is the former Millard School on Langlois Hill, 14 miles south of Bandon. At the time this photo was taken in the 1950s, it was home to Millard School, owned by Colonel…