SORA Local News & Sports, Tuesday, February 11, 2020


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Good Tuesday morning.  We have sunshine again today in the forecast!  Highs in the mid 50s and overnight lows in the upper 30s.  Winds light and variable.  Some clouds on Wednesday.  In our news, night time work underway again on the Isthmus Slough Bridge.  A tree removal project hits Northern Douglas Co. this week, motorist headed towards I-5 should take note.  The U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon has some thoughts to share on Sanctuary Cities. Coos Bay Planning Commission meets tonight.  Bay Cities Ambulance wants to expand.  City Council sessions in both North Bend and Coos Bay this evening.  Jordan Cove on the CB agenda. NB looks to ratify the Visitor & Convention Bureau agreement.  SWOCC has an “inspiring” talk with a former Inmate tonight on campus.  Oregon Albacore Commission has a telephone conference today.  An update on the flooding in Northeast Oregon.  Has claimed one life. Interesting report out of OSU on Marijuana and Taking Risks.  This might give the Tribes something to think about with their Casinos. Tracking down a stolen vehicle in Douglas Co.  One final update on the Empire Stabbing.  On the police logs, yelling, dispute, warrant arrests.  In sports, prep schedules for both MHS & NBHS.  Looks like we have some basketball tonight in the Bay Area.  Also, ODFW has a report on Upland Bird Hunting Seasons.  Hope you have a great Tuesday and thank you for reading.      Matt

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