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Earthquake Preparedness, Oct. 18

Crustal earthquakes are regular occurrences in Oregon. They are generally small and low-impact and can cause significant localized damage while the threat of a Cascadia Subduction Zone quake is a geologic...
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Great Oregon Shakeout, Oct. 18

Oregon Coast Emergency Management agencies are  urging citizens and businesses to register and participate in the 2018 Great Oregon ShakeOut.  While the potential earthquake hazard depends upon your...
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Empire Meet & Greet, Oct. 18

City of CB release - You are invited to meet your Empire community neighbors and businesses. Come share your thoughts and ideas about how to make Empire a thriving business community. The Community Coalition...
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Traffic Striping, Oct. 18

The City of Coos Bay Public Works Department will be partnering with ODOT to re-stripe several streets in the City of Coos Bay beginning this Thursday, October 18th and possibly Friday, October 19th. The work...
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Quakes, Oct. 18

A couple of earthquakes shook the southern end of the two fault lines that run parallel with the Oregon Coast Wednesday, Oct. 17.  According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 2.8-magnitude quake was recorded...
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BACC Backs Sweet, Oct. 18

BACC release - The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC) has endorsed John Sweet in November’s Coos County Commissioner race. Sweet, the incumbent in Position 2, is running against Katy Eymann. An endorsement...
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SWOCC wsc, Oct. 17

Southwestern Oregon’s women’s soccer team plays at Clark College in Vancouver, WA Wednesday, 1:30...
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Prep sc, Oct. 17

First place Marist Catholic beat Marshfield 4-0 in a 4A SkyEm League boys soccer match in Coos Bay Tuesday.  The Pirates (4-3, 6-6) are in second place and will end the regular season next Tuesday at...
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Prep vb, Oct. 17

Marshfield finished in a three-way tie for second place in the 2018 4A SkyEm League volleyball race following Tuesday’s final regular season matches.  The  Lady Pirates (6-4, 17-6) won at Elmira 3-0, while...