You can learn the technique at SWOCC's fly fishing class, starting this month, or join the Lower Umpqua Fly Casters.
Clones from 50 of the world's largest and oldest champion old growth coast redwood trees are being planted along the Oregon coast, all thanks to genetic cloning.
A Coos County man was sentenced on three counts of Unlawful Possession of Heroin and one count of Unlawful Delivery of Heroin, according to a release by the South Coast Interagency Narcotics Team.
Right now it sits under a pavilion on North Front Street, but the Coos Historical and Maritime Museum is interested in moving it to the museum’s new location.
Higher pH levels make it difficult for organisms that incorporate calcium carbonate into their shells to grow and survive.
More than 300 guests attended and organizers say it was a huge success, with over $30,000 thousand raised.
Detectives looking for an out-of-compliance sex offender in a trailer park uncovered prostitution, heroin and other crimes, state police said.
A Roseburg man has been arrested in connection to a fire that damaged multiple units of a Roseburg storage facility.
The popular trail in Reedsport is getting a lot of attention these days, and city manager Jonathan Wright says they're finalizing plans for the Levee Loop.
Asbestos is a natural-occurring mineral whose fibers are strong and heat resistant. These qualities have found use in common building products such as roofing, flooring, cement board siding, and drywall ceiling texturing, to name a few.
On Wednesday morning, North Bend Police received an anonymous tip and found Trevor Welch at a home in Eastside between 9th and E Street.
A Coos Bay woman was arrested in Coquille Monday on drug-related charges following a traffic stop at the North Central Boulevard and West Fourth Street intersection in Coquille.
The mother of a first-grader said she was shocked to find her son being punished for being late for school, when she said it was her fault for dropping him off a couple minutes tardy.
A mother and father have been arrested and charged with reckless endangerment after their three kids were discovered living in a squalor amid dangerous conditions inside their Eatonville home.
Nine photographers received awards as voted by people attending the outdoor show in five categories – Winter, Spring, Summer, Fall, Outside Forest Service/BLM – and “Best in Show” category.