The first picture I am sharing today, taken in the early 1970s, shows Don Dodrill, a member of the City's public works crew, repairing what was then known as the "City Dock," at the north end of Chicago Avenue. The…
Benjimen Howard Sams 93, of North Bend formerly of Coos Bay died June 23, 2020 in North Bend. Cremation rites will be held at Ocean View Memory Gardens Crematory with inurnment at Sunset Memorial Park, Coos Bay, under the direction…
BANDON — Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Bandon, honored their graduates of the Class of 2020 on Wednesday, June 3. Despite COVID-19 restrictions, a joyful Mass was
SOUTH COAST — South Coast Striders will hike from Floras Lake to Blacklock Point on Sunday, June 28.
BANDON — With a 66% reduction in its budget, the Bandon Public Library is making some changes that will likely be noticeable to the public.
PORT ORFORD — The Pacific High School Class of 2020 is a resilient group — all 12 of them. A tight knit class, they had to endure many challenges and changes, as all high schoolers did this year due to…
LANGLOIS — Ending your high school years the way that this year ended is not the way that it should be, but our senior Pirates have done a great job in adapting.
SIXES – Wild Rivers Coast Alliance and Pacific High School are pleased to announce that Pacific High School Seniors Layne Converse and Natalie Vincent are the recipients of the 1st annual Jim Seeley Memorial Scholarship.
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department has started opening parks on the South Coast, though many are open only with limited services and camping remains closed through at least June 8.
April 20, 1920
The first photo I am sharing was taken over 60 years ago, in October of 1957, as city employees and industry people closed the switches to energize the City's new West Bandon substation. Pictured include lineman Ken Potterf, Manager of…
BANDON – In response to the dozens of visitors who arrived in Bandon on Thursday and Friday, preparing to spend Spring Break recreating at the coast, the Bandon City Council held an emergency meeting Monday afternoon and unanimously passed a…
A number of South Coast lakes and ponds, including Bradley Lake near Bandon, have received recent trout plants and are slated for additional stocking in the coming days by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.
Lloyd Kreutzer - Due to recent events, the Celebration of Life potluck will be held at a later date to be determined. A graveside service will take place 1 p.m., Friday, March 20, at the Denmark Cemetery in Langlois. Any…
A number of South Coast lakes and ponds, including some in the Reedsport area, have received recent trout plants and are slated for additional stocking this week by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife.
As events across the nation are canceled or postponed due to concerns regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, local events on Oregon’s South Coast are facing a similar fate.
BANDON -- Events canceled in the Bandon area due to the Gov. Kate Brown’s orders or as a precaution due to the coronavirus pandemic include:
SOUTH COAST — As the COVID-19 situation morphs by the hour, events are being canceled or postponed and questions regarding continued school hours are reaching fever pitch.
Lloyd Charles Kreutzer