North Bend High School was recently awarded the Oregonian Cup by the Oregon School Activities Association, which honors schools that are good on the field, great in the classroom, and show good sportsmanship.
A small earthquake hit about 150 miles off the coast of Bandon Sunday evening.
Congressman Peter DeFazio says he believes the Jordan Cove Energy Project will move forward as fewer people seem to be completely opposed to the project.
Scientists say the volcano is in a peaceful slumber now, but what's happening inside is getting the mountain ready for its next event.
An emotional ceremony was held Saturday in Oso for the newly reconstructed section of State Highway 530.
Firefighters were forced to dig through their "pet emergency pocket guides" on Friday when they rescued a family of hamsters from a burning mobile home in Lacey.
City streets are usually lined with winning carvings just before the annual chainsaw carving competition in June, but because the carvings along the road have become such a hit with drawing people to the community, they will now be displayed year round.
Bay area coffee drinkers supported a good cause while getting their caffeine fix Friday with ‘Dutch Love for Trent’ day at all three North Bend and Coos Bay Dutch Bros. locations.
Congressman Peter DeFazio to discussed some of Coos, Curry, and Douglas County's hot topics. On county funding issues, DeFazio said the long term solution to the economic strain on these small counties is more active management on Coos Bay Wagon Roads and O&C Lands.
The BLM needs volunteers to help spruce up the North Spit’s bayside beach in its annual National Public Lands Day volunteer event Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m.
The short film is called "I'm Not OK," and with a cast of local teens and Coos County as the backdrop, the filmmaker says he painted a picture of teen depression and suicide in the bay area.
The program helps police and fire volunteers raise funds to take children in need on a shopping spree at a local store, where each child can spend between $75-$100.
The rail was embargoed in 2007 for unsafe conditions in its tunnels. When the line was put back in service tunnel rehab work became the number one priority.
Thanks to a change in the weather, fire danger levels have been reduced in the area and iIndustrial fire restrictions have been lowered to a level 1.
A deputy caught a man suspected of stealing a computer and cell phone Wednesday after learning the man frequently goes to the same sports bar in Charleston, the Coos County Sheriff's Office said.
While there have been two confirmed cases of MRSA in Myrtle Point, health officials say the Myrtle Point School District is handling the situation well.
John Stokes is the new Public Works Director in Reedsport.
Coos Aviation hosted an open house and held a ribbon cutting ceremony to formally introduce the new hangar, replacing one that burned down in 2012.
On September 27, the Coquille Police Department will be hosting a local ‘Drug Take-Back’ event, where residents can rid their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.
Authorities in Newport say a homeless man was stabbed in the back of the neck by another transient staking out a state park gazebo as "his area."
The Oregon Department of Transportation said as many as seven vehicles were involved, including a semi-truck pulling a tanker.
Two Corvallis teenagers face charges for allegedly starting an 86 acre brush fire that tore across the Chip Ross Park earlier this month, and police officials say the two were smoking marijuana at the time.
A U.S. Forest Service spokesman says an Oregon-based firefighter has been seriously injured while fighting a wildfire in Idaho.
The Oregon Association of Librarians has chosen a Coos Bay superintendent as its Administrator of the Year. Dawn Granger was selected in recognition of the support she gives to Coos Bay libraries.
According to Coos County Public Health, there have been six confirmed cases of MRSA in Myrtle Point schools.