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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.

Chess players to host tournament in Coquille  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — At the Eugene Fall Classic Chess Tournament, kings were falling as fast as the leaves outside. Coquille chess players contributed to a number of ...

Coquille High School gets national recognition  Coos Bay World

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

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 ...

Bob Gene Rowland  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 ...

Football 2018: Coquille aims to keep winning tradition  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 ...

Coquille volleyball team seeks another state trophy  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Few South Coast teams have enjoyed success on a state level to rival that of Coquille's volleyball team over the past four years, with the possible ...

Coquille Valley Elks Lodge hands out awards  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 tip Bandon on homecoming night  Coos Bay World

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

Candidates for Coquille City Council discuss city's communication issues, plans for local economy  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE – As Election Day approaches next month, The World caught up with candidates to discuss their campaigns. This year, a total of 11 candidates are ...

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 ...

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 ...

CREATE Center to host Haunted House in Coquille  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — If you are ready for a ghoulishly good time and like a good scare, the CREATE Center will host a Haunted House at the Downtown Studio, located ...

Coquille players lead Sunset Conference all-league teams  Coos Bay World

Coquille's Caiden Yates swept the top individual honors in the Sunset Conference for football, being named both the offensive and defensive player of the year ...

Thomasson sentenced to life for murder of his grandfather in Coquille  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — James Jay Thomasson, 29, was sentenced to life in prison Monday in Coos County Circuit Court, with the possibility of parole after 25 years, after ...

Local musicians help raise funds to support Bay Area high school students  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Community members from around the Bay Area gathered Saturday evening at 7 Devils Brewing Company in Coos Bay to support local high ...

Southern Oregon University honors Coquille graduate killed in Iron 44 tragedy  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE – “He wanted to make a difference in this world,” said Erim Gomez about his brother, who died 10 years ago in the Iron 44 tragedy.

This Week's Calendar of Events | South Coast  Coos Bay World

Red Cross Blood Drive 1-6 p.m., Red Lion Hotel, 1313 N Bayshore Drive, Coos Bay. 800-733-2767 or 32nd Annual Holiday Lights at Shore ...

Coquille teammates wrap up stellar careers  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — This time next year, McKenna Wilson and Heather Marshall will be track and field teammates at Umpqua Community College.

Wildfires continue to spread in southern Oregon  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.

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, ...

Pamela "Pam" Kay (Wilson) Pierce  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.

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 ...

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*.

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 ...

Yvonne Lee Kern Marineau  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 ...

Coquille legend George Johnson dies  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The news spread quickly through Coquille on Thursday night. An icon in the town was gone.

Coquille School District adopts ALICE program  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE – Coquille School District teachers underwent day-long training yesterday on how to deal with an active shooter.

Community members and officers come together for 'Night Out'  Coos Bay World

COOS COUNTY — Law enforcement and community members in around Coos County joined one another and celebrated National Night Out yesterday at ...

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 ...

Coquille wins volleyball seeding match  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Entering Tuesday's Mountain Valley Conference seeding match with Creswell, Coquille was sitting fourth in the Class 3A power rankings and ...

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 ...

Runaway teen found in Utah  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.

Commissioner Cribbins seeks reelection for Coos County Commissioner  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Commissioner Melissa Cribbins is running once more for the Coos County Commissioner position No. 3. As the incumbent, she has many more ...

State Supreme Court rules permit granted to Port of Coos Bay was justified  Coos Bay World

The Oregon Supreme Court affirmed Thursday that a removal fill permit issued by the Department of State Lands (DSL) to the Port of Coos Bay in 2011 was ...

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 seniors awarded $2,500 scholarships  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.

Oregon House Representative candidate Teri Grier wins Independent Party of Oregon nomination  Coos Bay World

State representative candidate Teri Grier, who is running for Oregon House District 9, has won the nomination to represent the Independent Party of Oregon in ...

Coquille band to perform in Portland  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille Junior and Senior High School has been trying to breathe life back into its band program for the past three years, and it's finally ...

Adapt opens first coastal opioid rehab center  Coos Bay World

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

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 ...

Shayla Coleman  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 Hall of Fame adds new members  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The annual Coquille Hall of Fame induction ceremony Saturday night included four individuals and the only boys cross country team in school ...

New Coquille Hall of Fame members thank supporters  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Coquille's Hall of Fame induction ceremony was filled with the typical thank yous to parents and coaches Saturday night.

Kids shop with a hero for Christmas  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 ...

Coquille High football camp begins on Monday 11

COQUILLE, Ore. – Summer football camps are popping up with the fall season just around the corner.Coquille High School is holding its annual camp starting ...

Boyd Stone  Coos Bay World

Boyd Dell Stone, 93, passed away in Springfield, March 4, 2017. He was born at home south of Coquille Feb. 3, 1924 to John Edward and Minnie Jane (Finley) ...

Claudia Lee (Varney) Moore  Coos Bay World

A private celebration of life will be held for Claudia Lee (Varney) Moore, 93, of Coquille. Claudia was born March 2, 1925, to Joe and Ruth (Soden) Varney at the ...

Coquille beats Creswell in volleyball showdown  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The Coquille volleyball team seized control of the Mountain Valley Conference race by beating Creswell on Thursday to complete a season ...

Coquille schools overhauled  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — The transformation is complete, and Coquille students are settling in to their new classrooms.

2017 Coos County Fair & Rodeo Queen: Toni Marie Renard  Coos Bay World

Hello, my name is Tori Marie Renard, I'm 16 years old. I will be attending Coquille High School as a senior for the 2017-18 school year. Living in Coquille I.

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 ...

Daniel Strain  Coos Bay World

Daniel Maury Strain, 56, the son of Hal Strain and Patti Boice Strain was a gentle soul with a grand sense of humor. Dan was born in Mast Hospital, Myrtle Point, ...

Fallen but not forgotten: SOU student was on track to a degree before dying en route to fi  Ashland Daily Tidings

The late Edrik Gomez, one of seven firefighters killed in a helicopter crash 10 years ago in the Shasta-Trinity National Forest, will be honored Saturday with a ...

Red Cross Blood Drive — Coquille | Community  Coos Bay World

To make an appointment to give blood, download the Red Cross Blood Donor application or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.

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 ...

Workers remodel Reedsport landmark the Burdick Building  Coos Bay World

REEDSPORT — Through plenty of grit, cash and capital, a historic downtown building is looking better.

Red Devils honor past champions  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE -- George Johnson was a bridge to the past and future, a common thread to all the inductees in the first class of the new Red Devil Hall of.

Coquille quartet signs with College of the Redwoods  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE — Dustin Davis, Austin Layton, Keith Christensen and Tyler Overby helped lead Coquille's football team to some of the best seasons in school ...

Miss Coos County contestants seek scholarships  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — Twelve young women will compete for the 2018 title of Miss Coos County and Miss Pacific Shores on Saturday, Feb. 17.

Senator Jeff Merkley visits Coos County  Coos Bay World

COQUILLE – Oregon's U.S. Senator Jeff Merkley made his annual stop in Coos County on Sunday at the Coquille High School gym where he fielded questions ...

Derrick James Dale Yarnell  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.

High school kids attend firefighter camp  Coos Bay World

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

'He punched me,' wife testifies  Coos Bay World

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

Q&A with Greg Mulkey  Coos Bay World

Marshfield athletic director Greg Mulkey has been a part of the Class 3A Tournament Committee since the group started working to bring the tournament back to ...

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.

Coquille primed for another playoff run  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 ...

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.

Brittany Crutchfield named Miss Coos County 2017  Coos Bay World

COOS BAY — More than $28000 in scholarships were awarded Saturday night as 23 young women and 18 girls put forward their best efforts to compete for the ...

Tennis center offers pickle ball | Community Sports  Coos Bay World

South Coast residents can take part in pickle ball, a fast-growing sport, every Thursday morning at the William J. Sweet Memorial Tennis Center.

Red Devils rally to reach semifinals  Coos Bay World

Tori Renard gets a big hug from her dad Chris Renard after the Red Devils beat out Portland Christian late in the game to win their quarterfinal game Thursday ...

Local girl to compete in Miss Coos County pageant Saturday  Coos Bay World

The Miss Coos County Scholarship Pageant will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 7, at the Hales Center for the Performing Arts on the Southwestern Oregon ...

Jaime Torres  Coos Bay World

Our warrior Jaime Anthony Torres has completed his mission here on earth and is now a warrior in God's army. Jaime, 24, of Coquille was born Jan. 5, 1991, to ...

Pamplin Media Group - Chess for success  Portland Tribune

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

Ray leaves logging to repair World War II submarines  Blue Mountain Eagle

Repairing submarines in Hawaii during World War II was quite an “about-face” from Dick Ray's logging background.

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 ...

Donald Whereat  Coos Bay World

March 19, 1924 – Dec. 15, 2013. Donald Whereat passed away Dec. 15, 2013. This year's annual New Year's Day Peace Hike to the Amanda Statue near ...

One day with a parole officer  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — It was a sunny day for working in the field.

Randall Dwayne Harlow  The Missoulian

FLORENCE – Randall Dwayne Harlow, 72, passed away Thursday, March 30, 2017 at his home in Florence. He was born August 14, 1944 in Benson, ...

School Exclusion Day . News  OPB News

Starting Wednesday, children who are not up-to-date on their vaccinations can be excluded from Oregon schools unless they have a medical or personal belief ...

Kent Wigle retires as Marshfield football coach  The Oregonian -

Kent Wigle has never missed a football practice since he became head coach at South Umpqua High School in 1971. That dedication at South Umpqua and, ...

The Shindler name has a long history in Bandon  Coos Bay World

BANDON — With the closing of Shindler's Pharmacy in early October came the end of an era of family-owned drug stores in Bandon.

Coach passes lie detector  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND - The former Coquille track coach accused of having sex with a teenager has passed a polygraph test, supporting her claim of innocence.

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, ...

Engle is fastest in race around the bay  Coos Bay World

NORTH BEND — A veteran marathon runner and a third-time local champion claimed the top individual slots Saturday in the 40th annual Circle the Bay road ...

Oregon Has Highest Vaccine Exemption Rate In US  OPB News

Parents whose children aren't fully vaccinated, will start getting letters from the state this week warning about school exclusion day. Some Oregon schools are ...

Glide impresses at Willie Wilkinson Memorial | Sports

GLIDE — The Glide Wildcats took four titles in the Willie Wilkinson Memorial Tournament on Saturday.

Balochistan Point staffer honored as an instructor for the Civic Education Program in Washington DC  The Balochistan Point

QUETTA: Balochistan Point assistant editor Mariyam Suleman has been honored as an instructor for the Civic Education Week 2018 in Washington DC this ...

Keen Garage opens in company's new Pearl District headquarters

The Garage is last piece of the puzzle for company's move into 50000-square-foot headquarters.

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