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China Rules Stop Recycling In Its Tracks; Committee Decides on Styrofoam Verbage; Gas Prices Hold
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China Rules Stop Recycling In Its Tracks; Committee Decides on Styrofoam Verbage; Gas Prices Hold

October 5, 2017 12:39 am News

Curbside Recycling for Plastics To End It may soon be the end of recycling as we know it.  New Chinese regulations will likely put an end to the plastics recycling industry in America or at the very least cause major changes.  In the heyday of recycling China was desperate for all the resources they could […]

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October 5, 2017 12:35 am Sports

Lady Vikings Roll Last night on their  home court the lady Vikings took on Brookings Harbor in a league match.  The Lady Vikings were dominant from the start and didn’t let up throughout the match.  Taking the win in straight sets  25-10, 25-7, and 25-15.  The girls will be at home on Thursday against Douglas […]

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Burn Ban Continues; Solar Could Lose Ground; HEOP To Outline Progress
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Burn Ban Continues; Solar Could Lose Ground; HEOP To Outline Progress

October 3, 2017 10:02 pm News

Dry Season Causes Burn Ban Continuance It has been a fairly dry summer season as Coastal Oregon goes.  And dozens of wildfires throughout the state have stressed firefighting resources.  The Oregon Department of Forestry decided last week to extend the Summer burning ban until this Saturday, October 7th.  Sean Barrett with Siuslaw Valley Fire and […]

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Dominic Wells-AOTW; Volleyball This Evening
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Dominic Wells-AOTW; Volleyball This Evening

October 3, 2017 9:59 pm Sports

Athlete Of The Week Mapleton Senior Dominic Wells is this week’s Athlete of the week!  Dominic excelled on both sides of the ball in last Friday’s game against North Douglas.  Rushing for 162 yards on 16 carries, scoring 2 touchdowns and throwing for another.  The 6’6” 200 pounder also had 18 tackles and 2 sacks.  […]

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Governor Proclaims Community Bank Week; Activists Want Changes to Aerial Spraying; Fans Ired At Marshfield
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Governor Proclaims Community Bank Week; Activists Want Changes to Aerial Spraying; Fans Ired At Marshfield

October 2, 2017 10:26 pm News

Governor Proclaims Community Bank Week Recognizing the important role community banks play in stimulating the local economy, Governor Brown announced a Community Bank Week that celebrates the contributions of local banking.  Oregon Pacific Bank President, Ron Green, says one of the benefits of community banking is the dedication the banks bring locally “Small banks that […]

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Lady Viks Fall Short; Woahink Lake XC Invitational; Mapleton Scores a Win; Ducks Beat Cal Despite Injuries; Beavers Beat at Home
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Lady Viks Fall Short; Woahink Lake XC Invitational; Mapleton Scores a Win; Ducks Beat Cal Despite Injuries; Beavers Beat at Home

October 2, 2017 10:16 pm Sports

Lady Viks Fall Short Siuslaw Lady Vikings split a set each with the Scappoose Indians before losing the tiebreaker 15-11 in the Junction City Invitational on Saturday. Woahink Lake XC Invitational In Cross Country, sophomore Hannah Rannow, finished the 5000 meter with a personal best  20:05.02, in Saturday’s  Woahink Lake XC Invitational.  For the boys, […]

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The Great Pumpkin Give-Away

October 1, 2017 12:00 am Promotions

 Mark your 2017 calendars for Thursday, October 26th for KCST’s 28th Annual Great Pumpkin Give-Away on FM 106.9 Pumpkin Give-away begins at 4pm Coast Radio and True Value Team Up Again For Pumpkin Giveaway FLORENCE, Ore – Something old, something new, something borrowed, something… orange? That may be a variation on an old adage related to […]

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Central Coast Weather Blind; 8th Graders Learn About ‘Life’; Chowder Trail
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Central Coast Weather Blind; 8th Graders Learn About ‘Life’; Chowder Trail

September 30, 2017 2:15 am News

Coast Needs Weather Station If you have ever heard a weather forecast for the central Oregon coast and wondered why it is Eugene is saying something different than your local station there may be a very good reason for that.  American Meteorlogical Fellow Dr. Paul Ruescher says it is because currently no one has eyes […]

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Vikings Stay 4A-Move Division; Pirates Defeat Vikings; Prep and College Schedules
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Vikings Stay 4A-Move Division; Pirates Defeat Vikings; Prep and College Schedules

September 30, 2017 2:13 am Sports

Vikings To Stay 4A The classification and Districting committee for the Oregon school Activities Association has completed its deliberations for the reclassification for schools and Siuslaw will be staying at the 4 a level, but according to the model distributed by OSAA the Vikings will be moving to the Sky Em league with the Cottage […]

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More Details on Distracted Driving Law; Hazardous Waste Disposal; Bozievich Seeks 4th Term; Dune Crash Required Air-flight
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More Details on Distracted Driving Law; Hazardous Waste Disposal; Bozievich Seeks 4th Term; Dune Crash Required Air-flight

September 29, 2017 12:16 am News

Details on HB2597 We reported on the new distracted driving law that goes into effect this Sunday, but we asked Florence police Chief Tom Turner to spell out some of the unsure aspects of House bill 2597.  Chief Turner told Coast Radio news that one of the most important things to know is where the […]

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