Keith Tymchuk served as the mayor of Reedsport for the past 12 years, but he’s passed the baton to someone else as Linda McCollum was sworn in Monday night.
The City of Coos Bay has delayed a decision that would change the flag line-up along the Coos Bay Boardwalk.
The public is invited to a special Coos Bay School Board meeting, which will determine the details of a possible reconfiguration.
The US House passed Representative Peter DeFazio's bill Tuesday to bring changes for five tribes and their land in Oregon.
When nobody filed for the position, it was guaranteed to go to a write in candidate.
There are 160 election ballots in Coos County that will go uncounted if they're not fixed by Tuesday afternoon.
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden's bill aimed at boosting federal timber harvests in western Oregon is headed to the Senate floor, but local counties say it's not enough
The City of Reedsport turned down a measure that would have gotten rid of the double majority requirement in its city charter.
With things like the Home Rule Charter and a County Commissioner seat on the ballot, the election merited potential big changes for Coos County. Results thus far however have that shown voters are choosing to keep things pretty much the same.
It's Election Day and as of Monday 55 percent of Coos County ballots had been returned. But what happens to your ballot once you slide it into that locked box?
Democrats are fighting to keep control of the Oregon House and Senate as Republicans aim to pick up enough seats in Tuesday's election to regain influence in state politics.
Results from statewide races and elections in Lane, Linn, Benton, Douglas and Coos counties
The debate of which road the City of Florence should take in improving one of its well-known drives has a lot of people concerned about the town's staple - rhododendrons.
Republican candidate for governor Dennis Richardson is asking Oregon's top federal prosecutor to investigate whether the fiancee of Gov. John Kitzhaber violated federal law through her consulting work.
KATU and Portland State University hosted an at times raucous town hall on Measure 91 on Tuesday, Oct. 21. The measure would legalize and regulate marijuana in the state of Oregon. Voters will decide the measure Nov. 4.