Quakes
Both ends of the two fault lines that run parallel with the Oregon Coast were shaken by significant earthquakes Monday, April 22.  According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 5.5 magnitude quake shook the northern end west to southwest of Port Hardy, Canada, while a 3.1-magnitude was also recorded on the southern end west of Petrolia, CA near Cape Mendocino.

NB City Council
The North Bend City Council will meet on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 7:00 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall, 835 California Street, North Bend. The agenda will include the following: • DISCUSSION ON SELLING GOODS FROM VEHICLES OR TEMPORARY OR MOVABLE STANDS FEE; • PUBLICATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF CITY VIEWS NEWSLETTER; • POOL USE COSTS URBAN RENEWAL AGENCY.

NB URA
The  North  Bend  Urban  Renewal  Agency  will  meet  on  Tuesday, April 23,  2019  following  the  council  meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the council chambers of City Hall, 835 California Street, North Bend.The agenda will include the following: • FAÇADE IMPROVEMENT GRANT REIMBURSEMENT REQUEST – GEORGE REESE, 2011 UNION AVE., NORTH BEND.

City of Coos Bay Council & URA Work Session
The City of Coos Bay Council and the City’s Urban Renewal Agency (URA) will meet in a Joint Work Session on Tuesday, April 23, 2019 – 5:30 PM, Fire Station No. 1 Conference Room – 450 Elrod Avenue, Coos Bay, OR.  Agenda:  1. Call to Order; 2. Review of the Following Council/URA Agenda for May 7, 2019; a. Approval of an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Proclamation; b. Consideration of Approval to Amend the Name and Purpose of the Fire Station Reserve Fund – Approval Would Require Adoption of Resolution 19-06; c. Consideration of Approval to Adjust Sewer User Rates – Approval Would Require Adoption of Resolution 19-07; d. Acceptance of the Updated Internal Controls Policy; e. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement for Management, Cleanup, and Disposition of Englewood School Site; 3. Adjourn.

North Bend City Housing Authority
Annual  Board Meeting Tuesday, April 23, 2019 at 12:30 PM 1700 Monroe Street North Bend OR 97459 AGENDA 1. Call to Order; 2.Establishment of Quorum3.Pledge of Allegiance4.Board Elections; a. Chair; b. Vice-Chair; 5. Public Comments:  Please Keep Comments to a Maximum of Three Minutes; 6. Approval of Minutes: Regular Board Meeting March 5, 20197. Approval of Minutes: Special Board Meeting March 20, 20198. New Business; a. Request Approval of Resolution 794 :  Public Housing Utility Allowance Schedule; b. Request Approval of Resolution 795: Rental Assistance Demonstration (RAD) conversion termination; 9.Secretary’s Report; a. Financial Report; b. Operations Report; 10. Executive Session:  The Board of Commissioners may retire to Executive Session at any time upon the motion of any Commissioner, as authorized under ORS 192.660; (a) Employment of Public Officers, Employees and Agents; (b) Discipline of Public Officer and Employees; (e) Real Property Transactions; (h) to consult with Legal Counsel; or (i) Performance Evaluations of Public Officers and Employees11. Date and Time of Next Meeting: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 12:30 PM at the North Bend City/Coos-Curry Housing Authorities Office, 1700 Monroe Street, North Bend, OR 9745912.Adjournment.

Coos Co. Commissioners
The Coos Co. Board of Commissioners will hold a Joint Workgroups Work Session on Tuesday, April 23, 10 a.m., Courthouse, Room 121, Coquille.

Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives Presentation
Five Years and Counting – lessons and reflections on the evolution of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives will be presented by Tiah Edmunson-Morton on April 23, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. at the Coos Bay Public Library. Oregon is a magnet for creative craft brewers, heart of hops growing, convergence point for engaged consumers, and hub for brewing research. Tiah Edmunson-Morton, founder and curator of the Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives will explore the ways that OSU scientists, farmers, brewers, laborers, and communities contributed to the culture of beer in Oregon. The Oregon Hops and Brewing Archives was established in 2013 and is the first in the U.S. dedicated to collecting, preserving, and sharing materials that tell the story of regional brewing.  For additional information about the archives visit The Brewstorian blog: http://bit.ly/OHBAblog or BrewingArchives on Facebook.

CBFD & CCEM Emergency Preparedness Course
Coos Bay Fire Department and Coos County Emergency Management offers an opportunity to learn more about the Cascadia Subduction Zone and Emergency Preparedness. The Coos Bay Fire Department and Coos County Emergency Management are offering you the opportunity to learn more about the Cascadia Subduction Zone and how to be better prepared in the event of an earthquake or tsunami. The training will be presented at the Coos Bay Fire Department located at 450 Elrod Ave, Coos Bay on May 10th, 2019 from 6PM to 8PM. The class will give an overview of the science of Cascadia and explain how the Subduction zone works and the past history of great earthquakes in the Pacific Northwest. Discussion will include a section on earthquake magnitude and anticipated shaking. Also covered will be tsunami inundation, heights expected, evacuation, time between earthquake and tsunami, as well as other survival tips related to the earthquake and tsunami. Time will be provided for questions and discussion. This presentation will be provided by Michael Murphy, the Coos County Emergency Management Program Manager.  He has been associated with the fire service for over 40 years and has worked in emergency management since 2000.  Prior to working in Coos County he worked in Curry County for 6 years as the Emergency Services Coordinator.

Fatal Hwy. 126E
On Sunday, April 21, 2019 at approximately 4:25 P.M. Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to the report of a vehicle crash on Highway 126E near milepost 37. Preliminary investigation revealed that a 2017 Toyota Corolla, operated by Samuel Smith (26) of Eugene,  was traveling westbound on 126E near milepost 37.  A bicycle, operated by Michael Greenbaum (79) of Vida, was also westbound when for unknown reasons entered the lane of travel in front of the westbound Toyota. Greenbaum sustained fatal injuries and was pronounced deceased.  Highway 126E was closed for two hours following the crash.

Warrant Service
West Side Bunker Hill, CCSO release – On 04/19/2019 at approximately 5:42 pm a Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy contacted two individuals trespassing on private property located off West Beaver Hill near Hemlock Lane. During the investigation it was learned one of the individuals had provided a false name. An investigation revealed the suspects name was actually 55 year old Barbara L. Rodriguez of North Bend OR. Mrs. Rodriguez fled from the Deputy on foot while he was working with Dispatch to determine her identity. After learning of Mrs. Rodriguez’s correct name a record check revealed she had four outstanding felony warrants for her arrest, ranging from Failing to Appear in the first degree to Unlawful Possession of Methamphetamine. Coos County Sheriff K-9 Odin was brought to the scene and conducted a criminal apprehension track ultimately locating Mrs. Rodriguez hiding in extremely thick vegetation. Mrs. Rodriguez was taken into custody and transported to the Coos County Jail where she is being held on the several warrants. This marks K9 Odis’s 80th direct capture during his service with the Coos County Sheriff’s Office.

K9 Odin Quilled!
Barview, CCSO release – INFO TO BE RELEASED: On 04/20/19 at approximately 6:04 pm a Coos County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted a known wanted subject with several felony warrants on Evergreen Lane in the Barview Area. The subject was identified as 29 year old Devin J. Wilson of Coos Bay, who subsequently fled from the Deputy on foot. Coos County Sheriff K9 Odin was called to the scene to conduct a criminal apprehension track for the suspect. During a very long active track, Odin encounter a porcupine in the path, and was struck with over 200 quills. Several of the quills went inside Odin’s mouth and two near his left eye. The track was immediately suspended and Odin was rushed to the vet at Hansen-Meekins Animal Hospital where he was sedated and treated for over two hours on the night before Easter. The Sheriff’s Office is seeking the public’s assistance in locating Mr. Wilson as he has committed new crimes and still has outstanding warrants. Earlier in the day, Odin attended a “meet the public” event, where he interacted with kids and the public at a local Easter egg hunt. The Sheriff’s Office would like to offer thanks to the staff at Hansen-Meekins for their dedication and professional care, as well as to the public for the outpouring of support for K9 Odin.

Refused to Leave
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Saturday, April 20, Coos Bay Library, “male refusing to leave the library,” Hector Gonzalez Jr. charged with Criminal Trespass II & Interfering with Police.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Warrant
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Saturday, April 20, 1:50 p.m., Pacific Empire Motel, Caleb William Burns arrested on three CBPD warrants and also charged with Interfering with Police.  Transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

Criminal Trespass
According to an entry on the Coos Bay Police log for Sunday, April 21, Three Rivers Casino, Antonio Alamilla Mejia charged with Criminal Trespass II and transported to the Coos Co. Jail at Coquille.

WX
Cloudy today along the South Oregon Coast with highs in the low 60s and winds from the North at 10-20 mph. Partly cloudy tonight with lows around 45 and winds out of the North at 10-15 mph. Partly cloudy Wednesday.

 

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SPORTS NEWS

MHS Sports
Tues, April 23 – 2pm, Tennis: Girls Varsity @ Marist; 4pm, Tennis: Boys Varsity @ Marist; 4pm, Track: Varsity Meet @ Elmira; 5pm, Baseball: Varsity vs. Siuslaw @ Marshfield; 5pm, Baseball: JV @ Siuslaw; 5pm, Softball: Varsity vs. Siuslaw @ MHS Coos Head Field; 5pm, Softball: JV @ Siuslaw. Thurs, April 25 – 4pm, Tennis: Boys Varsity (Rescheduled to 04-09-19) vs. North Eugene @ Boys & Girls Club. Fri, April 26 – Tennis: Boys Varsity vs. Roseburg  @ Umpqua Valley Tennis Center; 2:15pm, Track: Middle School Sub District – Coquille, Harbor Lights Middle, Marshfield 8th Grade, Reedsport vs. Siuslaw Middle @ Siuslaw; 3pm & 5pm, Baseball: Varsity @ Cottage Grove; 3pm & 5pm, Baseball: JV Game vs. Cottage Grove @ MHS; 3pm & 5pm, Softball: Varsity @ Cottage Grove; 3pm, Softball: JV vs. Cottage Grove @ MHS Coos Head Field; 4:30pm, Track: Varsity @ Stayton. Sat, April 27 – Tennis: Boys Varsity Tournament vs. Roseburg @ Umpqua Valley Tennis Center, Roseburg.

NBHS Sports
Tues, April 23 – Choir Festival Metro League in Eugene; 4p, Tennis Boys V Away Churchill; 4p, Tennis Girls V Home Churchill; 5p, Baseball Boys V Away Churchill; 5p, Softball Girls V Away Churchill. Wed, April 24 – 9a, Golf Girls V Away Phoenix (Centennial); 12p, HOC: Booster Club Luncheon. Thurs, April 25 – 10a, Golf Boys V Away Crater; 11a, Golf Girls V Away Crater; 12p, Room 2: ASB & Student Council Information Meeting for 2019/2020; 2p, Tennis Girls V Away North Eugene; 4p, Tennis Boys V Away North Eugene; 7p, All School Awards – GYM. Fri, April 26 – NO SCHOOL; OSAA Music Small Ensemble Contest @ Pacific University; Tennis Boys V Away TBA (Big Foot Invite); Track Coed V Away TBA (Dick Baker Invite); 2:30p, Track Coed MS Home TBA (Sub District Track Meet – Brookings, Powers, Gold Beach, Driftwood, Myrtle Point). Sat, April 27 –  OSAA Music Solo Contest @ Pacific University; Tennis Boys V Away TBA (Big Foot Invite); 10:15a, Track Coed V Away TBA (Dick Baker Invite); 1p, Baseball Boys JV Away Willamette; 1p, Baseball Boys V Home Willamette; 1p, CANCELLED: Softball Girls JV Away Willamette; 1p, Softball Girls V Home Willamette; 3p, Baseball Boys JV Away Willamette; 3p, Baseball Boys V Home Willamette; 3p, CANCELLED: Softball Girls JV Away Willamette; 3p, Softball Girls V Home Willamette.

UO sb
Oregon hosts Portland State in a non-conference softball doubleheader Tuesday in Eugene.

OSU bb
Oregon State (28-9-1) fell 8-7 in 12 innings Monday night in a non-conference baseball game at Nevada Monday.  The same two teams will play again today.

 

 

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