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Lawyers for suspect in Coquille high school sexual assaults ask to delay entering plea  KVAL

COQUILLE, Ore. -- Criminal proceedings continue for a sexual assault case in Coos County. KVAL. For the second time, defendant Dylan Tappert and his legal ...

Safe walking path to connect Coquille and Winter Lakes high schools  Coos Bay World

A safe walking path will soon connect Coquille High School and the new Winter Lakes High School.

Coquille School District focuses on teacher training, new curriculum  Coos Bay World

As the new school year gets closer, the Coquille School District looks forward to some changes. For the 2019-2020 school year, the district spent $48000 on new ...

Coquille students' move into a new school could be delayed 11

COQUILLE, Ore. - Students in Coquille will have to wait a little longer to move into the new high school and Career Technical Education building. The Coquille ...

John Gunther: Corky Daniels had big impact in Coquille  Coos Bay World

To people who have lived in Coquille 30 or more years, Corky Daniels will be remembered as the man who ran the city's police department for a quarter century ...

New schoolhouse opening delayed due to February storm  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The new Winter Lakes schoolhouse is tentatively scheduled to welcome students into its halls this November.

WWII veteran walks with Coquille High School's graduating class  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — In June of 1945, Jack Stevens was called to fight in World War II before he could graduate with the rest of his class at Coquille High School.

Thelma E. Goodwin | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Thelma E. Goodwin was born Oct. 14, 1927 in Yakima, Wash., to parents Prentice Paul and Gladys (Musgrave) Bales. She died in Medford, Ore., on July 11, ...

Coquille School District's new CTE center set to offer students' real-world, hands-on career experience  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — High school students throughout Coquille will soon have the chance to learn new trade skills this fall as the Coquille School District prepares to ...

Community remembers fallen Vietnam War veterans from Coquille High School  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Around every veteran-related holiday, Brenda Webb kept seeing four names brought up in Facebook community groups.

Coquille High School gets national recognition | Education  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Coquille and Bandon high schools have been nationally recognized by US News and World Report for their students' outstanding ...

OR: Scholarship Awards Boost Student Achievement

Salem, OR ( - Eight Oregon high school graduates are recipients of the 2019 Workers' Memorial Scholarship awards, the Oregon ...

Graduation rate increases across the state | Education  Coos Bay World

Correction: Coos Bay School District's graduation rate is 65, while Marshfield High School's is 91.4)

Four Coquille School Board seats up for election  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Four seats on the Coquille School Board are up for election next month.

Coquille Carousel Association disbands, discontinues efforts to build carousel attraction  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — After six years on the South Coast, the Coquille Carousel Association will disband and discontinue its efforts to build a carousel attraction in Coos ...

Boil water advisory remains in effect for Coquille  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The City of Coquille held a special meeting Wednesday night where city staff revealed their belief that a buildup of silt near the Rink Creek ...

Coquille School District to purchase new building for Winter Lakes School expansion  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Winter Lakes is expanding. The Coquille School District expects to announce this week or next the purchase of the Granite Plus building, which ...

Coquille Police Department sees increase in car break-ins; community members advised to lock vehicles  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille Police Department is advising residents to lock up their vehicles after an increased number of break-ins were reported throughout ...

Bill Lucero files lawsuit against North Bend School District  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — Ex-North Bend High School Principal Bill Lucero is suing the North Bend School District for $2 million.

Coquille Police Department set to host annual Shop with Heroes in December  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE – The Coquille Police Department is hosting its 10th annual Shop with Heroes event on Dec. 15 at the Coos Bay Walmart at 2051 Newmark Ave.

Coquille's Morgan Baird is Ms. Basketball for Class 2A  Coos Bay World

Coquille's Morgan Baird was voted Oregon Ms. Basketball for Class 2A by coaches around the state.

Coquille rallies to tip Bandon on homecoming night  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Coquille football coach David Thomason prides himself on his team's fight.

Coquille girls pushed, pull away from Oakland | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — It was bound to happen eventually, and it'll happen again.

Coquille girls dominate Toledo in league opener | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Coquille's girls basketball team made sure it didn't have any hangover from its first loss of the season, an overtime setback at top-ranked Kennedy ...

Coquille boys' comeback falls short against Oakland | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille boys basketball team took another step in its development against the No. 4 Oakland Oakers on Wednesday.

Football 2018: Coquille aims to keep winning tradition | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille football team graduated one of its most successful groups last spring, but coach David Thomason was as excited as ever when ...

Youth talent show promises exciting opener June 27 | Entertainment  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY - The stage is set for opening night of Got Talent Coos County and Reedsport at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 27, at the Egyptian Theatre in Coos Bay.

Unbeaten Toledo boys hold off Coquille rally | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille boys basketball team has spent the season collecting real close or relatively close losses to several of the top teams in Class 2A.

Coquille Booster Club honors past greats with Hall of Fame induction  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — When the Coquille Booster Club held its eighth hall of fame induction banquet Saturday, a consistent theme was school pride, from the inductees ...

Coquille Valley Elks Lodge hands out awards | Local News  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Coquille Valley Elks Lodge No. 1935 hosted an awards night and hamburger feed for winners of their scholarship program, hoop shoot program, ...

Coquille rallies to reach state tournament | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille volleyball team has made the state tournament a yearly tradition in recent seasons, so the Red Devils are used to winning the playoff ...

Coquille School District says goodbye to its favorite teacher  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Not many teachers get to say they helped educate over 7000 students, but Coquille High School's Larry Osburn can.

Coquille High School band heads to state competition 11

COQUILLE, Ore. – For the first time in nearly two decades the Coquille High School band is headed to the state championships.The symphonic band consists of ...

Travelling replica of Vietnam Memorial Wall arrives in Coquille  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — After almost two years of planning and countless meetings, the Travelling Vietnam Wall is now in Coos County. The wall, which is an 80 percent ...

North Bend High School renovates new gender neutral bathroom  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — By Monday, the North Bend High School will have seven gender neutral bathrooms.

UO College of Education program works with high schools statewide to address their needs  Oregon Daily Emerald

Roosevelt High School, located in Portland, has a population of students that has been exposed to trauma such as domestic violence that make it hard for them ...

North Bend School District Superintendent Bill Yester says goodbye  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — After almost seven years as superintendent for the North Bend School District, Bill Yester is saying goodbye.

Marshfield High School hosts Coos County job fair  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — For the first time, Marshfield High School hosted a job fair Friday that was open to all students in Coos County. A week before most ...

Bill would expand the UO's Oregon Research Schools Network  AroundtheO

Legislation in the Oregon Senate would put the program in more high schools around the state.

Coos County Fair contributes to local and student funds  KVAL

MYRTLE POINT, Ore. - The Coos County Fair is underway this week in Myrtle Point, and there is more to the fair than meets the eye. With more than 100 years of ...

Driftwood Bonsai hopes to make South Coast a hub for bonsai culture  Coos Bay World

BANDON — For 14 years Tom Roberts has been growing and building his nursery Driftwood Bonsai, a five acre tree farm, in Coos County. A former executive ...

New COE program will help state boost high school grad rates  AroundtheO

The Oregon School Resource Network will create the first-ever education extension *service*.

Miss Coos County contestants vie for titles Saturday  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Six young women will compete for the 2019 title of Miss Coos County on Saturday, Feb. 23.

Kids' HOPE Center places pinwheels to raise awareness of child abuse  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Wednesday afternoon, the Kids' HOPE Center placed 350 pinwheels on its grounds to represent the 350 cases of child abuse that the center ...

Face Rock Creamery Festival set for May 11, 12 | Entertainment  Coos Bay World

BANDON - Face Rock Creamery will celebrate its sixth anniversary on Mother's Day weekend, May 11 and 12, with its annual Face Rock Festival.

High school chess wiz to represent Oregon in national tournament  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Local chess wiz from Coquille High School, Joshua Grabinsky, recently earned a National Master ranking at a chess tournament in Reno, ...

Kids' HOPE Center gears up for child abuse prevention month  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Every April for National Child Abuse Prevention Month, Bay Area Hospital's Kids' HOPE Center places pinwheels all over the community to ...

More than 100 students help plant trees at Millicoma Marsh Trail  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The Coos Watershed Association teamed up with students from Millicoma Intermediate School on Wednesday to plant more than 100 native trees ...

Woman arrested after allegedly strangling man | Crime & Courts  Coos Bay World

LAKESIDE — A woman was arrested last week after strangling a man.According to a press release from the Coos County Sheriff's Office, deputies were notified ...

Coos Bay councilors view new CCAT trolley bus  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — At Tuesday night's Coos Bay City Council work session, councilors were treated to an early look at Coos County Area Transits new trolley bus, ...

Yvonne Lee Kern Marineau | Obituaries |  Coos Bay World

A celebration of life will be held for Yvonne Lee Kern Marineau at 1 p.m., Aug. 25, at the Coquille Christian Community Church with Pastors Bruce Russell and ...

Coos Bay to replace banners with LED signs  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The City of Coos Bay will be purchasing two new LED signs to be placed at the Coos Bay Visitor Center to welcome passersby and to inform.

Pamela "Pam" Kay (Wilson) Pierce | Obituaries |  Coos Bay World

A celebration of life will be held for Pamela "Pam" Kay (Wilson) Pierce, 62, of Myrtle Point, from 2 to 4 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 18, at the Owen Building, 201 N.

North Bend City Council expresses mixed feelings on food truck fees  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — A motion to reduce the fees for incoming mobile, transient businesses looking to sell goods throughout North Bend failed last month due to a ...

Bastendorff experiences a "blue tide" of Velella | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Bastendorff Beach experienced a “blue tide” Friday, when thousands of the jellyfish-like creature Velella velella washed onto the shore.

Law enforcement search for burglary suspect | Crime & Courts  Coos Bay World

HAUSER — Law enforcement searched for a burglary suspect over the weekend who took a large amount of cash from a location in the Hauser area.

High number of flu cases cause Bay Area Hospital to restrict visitors  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Bay Area Hospital issued an order Friday restricting visitors 18 years of age and younger from entering its Family Birth Center due to a high ...

'Critical shortage' of type O blood: Red Cross offers donors Amazon gift card

EUGENE, Ore. - The American Red Cross faces a "critical shortage" of type O blood, with less than a 2-day supply of the blood available for emergency rooms.

Wildfires continue to spread in southern Oregon | Local News  Coos Bay World

The Taylor Creek fire west of Grants Pass has been removed from the Garner Complex fire grouping and is now under new management.

FERC announces public comment hearings for Jordan Cove Project  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY -- In the midst of the comment period for Draft Environmental Impact statement on the Jordan Cove Energy Project, the Federal Energy Regulatory ...

UPDATE: Drivers identified in fatal accident on U.S. Highway 101  Coos Bay World

HAUSER — The woman killed in Thursday's accident on U.S. Highway 101 has been identified.

35 organizations send report to Jordan Cove investors | Local News  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Last week 35 organizations in the state of Oregon, many of which are conservation and climate groups, released a report compiling information ...

Liberty Theatre receives grant from Oregon Community Foundation  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — The Liberty Theatre, home of Little Theatre on the Bay since 1959, has received a $35000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation to ...

Coos Bay Public Library contracts with security company  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — For almost a year now, the Coos Bay Public Library has required security personnel on-site to keep behavior in check.

Shayla Coleman | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

A celebration of life for Shayla Marie Coleman, 22, of Coquille, will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday, April 29, at the Coquille High School gymnasium. Shayla was ...

Coquille Chamber of Commerce host Gay '90s celebration downtown  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE -- Downtown Coquille transformed Saturday as the annual Gay '90s celebration rolled through town carrying with it an outpouring of American ...

Oregon Care Partners hosts free class | Local News |  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Oregon Care Partners will be hosting the free class, “Sexuality and Capacity to Consent in the Non-Dementia Adult Population,” on Monday, June ...

Coquille seniors awarded $2,500 scholarships | Education  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The Carl and Camilla Rietman Scholarship Fund awarded $2500 scholarships to 28 Coquille High School graduates at a ceremony May 30.

Kids shop with a hero for Christmas | Local News |  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — For the ninth year, the Coquille Police Department hosted its Shop With a Hero event, where less fortunate children are given a chance to go out ...

Confederated tribes receive grant for the Hollering Place  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — The National Endowment for the Humanities announced its support last Thursday for the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and ...

Chess masters vie for spot in state tournament  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Thirty-four budding chess masters competed in the regional Chess for Success Tournament on Saturday, Feb, 4, at Coquille High School. Players ...

Aaron Graham | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Aaron was born Dec. 24, 1972, in Klamath Falls, Ore., to parents Dennis and Mary Graham. He passed away March 1, 2017, after a courageous battle with ...

Two arrested after stealing over $3000 in Fred Meyer merchandise  Coos Bay World

BROOKINGS — Two people were arrested after stealing $3399 in merchandise from the Fred Meyer store in Brookings.

Bob Gene Rowland | Obituaries |  Corvallis Gazette Times

Bob Gene Rowland peacefully passed away at the age of eighty-four at home and surrounded by his loving family on November 8, 2018. He was born in ...

Miss Teen Rodeo returns home for the Coos County Fair  Coos Bay World

MYRTLE POINT — At only a of couple days old, Bethany Rowe's destiny was locked in. The Coquille native said before she even stepped foot into her new ...


A graveside *service* for James Lynn Contois, 57, of Coos Bay, was held at 2pm, Monday, January 21, at Sunset Memorial Park, 63060 Millington Frontage Road ...

Construction report, April 5-12 | Local News |  Coos Bay World

Motorists can expect traffic delays at these road construction projects. The following report is for April 5-12, 2019, and includes ODOT highways in Coos, Curry, ...

Athletes set records in Prefontaine Rotary Invitational | Local Sports  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Ty Hampton had a good feeling something big was coming in the Prefontaine Rotary Invitational on Saturday.

Savanna Jo McAdams | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Savanna Jo "Vanna" McAdams was taken suddenly from her loved ones Nov. 18, 2016, in Bridge, at the age of 18. Savanna is survived by her parents, Bobbi ...

High school kids attend firefighter camp | Education |  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — High school students tried their hand at firefighting over the weekend.

Coos County firefighters aid in fire near Grants Pass  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — For over a week, a team of 12 firefighters from Coos County have been lending a hand to fire crews battling the Garner Complex fire near ...

Josiah Perkins, Joshua Grabinsky bring home trophies from chess tournament  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Coquille High School chess players Josiah Perkins and Joshua Grabinsky participated in the national K-12 championships in the heartland of ...

Chess for Success Coos Curry Regional Chess Tournament | Clubs and Activities  Coos Bay World

Check in is at 9:30 a.m.. Players K-12 are invited to the Coos-Curry County Regional Chess for Success tournament. Students can compete as individuals or on ...

'He punched me,' wife testifies | Local News |  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Angela Royal testified Thursday that her husband, the former principal of Coquille High School, assaulted her in August.

Derrick James Dale Yarnell | Obituaries |  Coos Bay World

Jan. 21, 1994 - April 6, 2014. Derrick James Dale Yarnell, 20, of Coquille was born Jan. 21, 1994, in Salem to Glen Dale Yarnell III and Casondra Yarnell.

Doctors fight Coquille girl's cancer with HIV virus  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Avrey Walker has been fighting cancer over half her young life. She is an active and spirited 9-year-old who loves the outdoors and animals.

Coquille ends 45-year drought with 3A football playoff win over Taft

Coquille hadn't won a playoff game since its 1970 championship season.

Runaway teen found in Utah | Crime & Courts |  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — A runaway Coos Bay 15-year-old girl was found Saturday in Utah after crashing her mother's stolen pickup truck.

College Park Church in North Bend hopes to open warming center  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — The city of North Bend has reviewed College Park Community Church's appeal to open a winter warming center on church property and has ...

Pamplin Media Group - Chess for success  Portland Tribune

Chess for success, Local News, Portland local News, Breaking News alerts for Portland city.

New David Douglas superintendent Don Grotting says his philosophy is 'no excuses'

Don Grotting is moving west, leaving the eastern edge of Oregon to become superintendent of the David Douglas School District on July 1. For the past 10 years, ...

Adapt opens first coastal opioid rehab center | Local News  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — A long-term opioid rehabilitation center has opened in North Bend.

Coquille primed for another playoff run | Sports |  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Success has been frequent for several years for Coquille's football program, though it wasn't until last fall that the Red Devils made their big ...

32nd Annual Holiday Lights at Shore Acres | Area Attractions  Coos Bay World

The Garden House is open every night for refreshments 4-9:30 p.m.. More than 325,000 lights decorate the park. Live entertainment is scheduled most evenings.

2017 Shop with the Heroes | Galleries |  Coos Bay World

Kids shop with the Coquille Fire and Police Departments, as well as other local law enforcement agencies, for the annual Shop with the Heroes event at Walmart ...

John Britton | Obituaries  Coos Bay World

Johnny Britton, 53, died Sunday, Jan. 10, 2016 from complications of pneumonia at his home in North Bend. Johnny was born Feb. 15, 1962 at Keizer Hospital ...

Master Gardener Association awards six local scholarships | Bandon News  Coos Bay World

BANDON — Congratulations go out to several local students who are the recipients of scholarships awarded by the Coos County Master Gardener Association ...

Grabinsky brings home top US score in chess meet  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Aaron Grabinsky finished the World Youth and Chess Championships in Porto Carras, Greece last week with the top score on the US team and a ...

Dispute continues over Curt Kelling's resignation | News |  Coos Bay World

LAKESIDE — The community now has a new, temporary city manager and yet the hiring process to some has only been part of the challenge.

Vinny's: Let the burger battles begin | Cuisine |  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — The Bay Area burger wars are on.

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