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Port sponsors family fun events
BANDON — On his summer tour of Southern Oregon towns last week, Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Springfield, got a first-hand look at the trenching being done at the Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refug…
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BANDON — The Queen of the Kitchen contest, sponsored by Bandon Ocean Spray Growers during the 68th Cranberry Festival will offer three crowns: Overall Queen, Aspiring Young Chefs and children.
Local lakes: Trout fishing has continued to be slow, but anglers can still catch trout in deeper water. Fishing is typically best in the early morning and evenings. Trout anglers are having th…
Men of Worth present Irish/Scottish music
BANDON — It’s a Cranberry Round Up in 2014: Bandon’s 68th annual Cranberry Festival comes to town Sept. 12-14.
Time to take a break from all the seriousness of liquefied natural gas, community enhancement plans, the economy, school funding and mosquito eradication, don’t you think?
Oregon produces 40 million pounds of cranberries a year, and more than 90 percent of Oregon’s crop comes from Coos and Curry counties.
COOS BAY — Oregon’s diversity lies in the crops it produces.
Runners and walkers can begin signing up now for the Cranberry Run, which will be part of the annual Cranberry Festival weekend in Bandon.
Cranberry Festival is just around the corner
Left Coast Jazz at Sprague Theater
Congrats on scholarships
BANDON — Join the Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, Oregon Food Bank, Curry Watersheds Partnership, and South Coast Development Council at the Coos and Curry Food, Education, Agriculture Solutions T…
The 21st annual Maritime Art Exhibition and Fundraiser was a tremendous success, thanks to the following businesses who generously donated goods and services: