The public can expect another long executive session before the board takes public action.
ODFW is currently looking at systems that will take pathogens out of the water.
The 125 Guard troops called up by the governor under Op Plan Smokey completed a week of basic fire training at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training on Tuesday.
Sinclair Broadcast Group reached an agreement Wednesday in principal with the DISH Network for the carriage of the Company’s broadcast television stations.
Fire officials say the team is only supposed to work 14 days without rest, and Tuesday would be their 20th.
According to the Coos Bay Bureau of Land Management, BLM rangers have stepped up enforcement and increased their presence at the beach.
"[Flames] were shooting up the house, going about 20 to 25 feet above it,” said witness Tim Howell about the flames he saw erupting from the home.
The reports are being reviewed in executive session, but any action the board may take will happen during a public meeting.
Firefighters were able to knock it down in less than 10 minutes, but fire officials say that was enough for $50,000 in damage.
Voters will choose whether to implement a "US Constitution Second Amendment Preservation" ordinance, which made it to the ballot as a citizen-driven initiative
"It's so fortunate that he was in that car that day and how many lives he ended up saving; it's just incredible."
A North Bend man filmed an encounter with an Oregon State Police Trooper over the weekend and then posted the video to Facebook, where it had been viewed almost 70,000 times by Monday afternoon.
"All the larger fires that we had locally on the Douglas District this year has been human caused," said DFPA’s Kyle Reed.
The structure is owned by the City of Coos Bay, and it is occupied by PEG Broadcast Services Inc., DBA Coos Community Media Center.