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Not Our First Rhody-Oh!

23 April 2014 Rhody Grand Marshall Announced Things will have a decidedly “western” slant during the 107th annual Rhododendron Festival next month.  Chamber Executive Director Cal Applebee says the theme this year is a play on words. Cal Applebee – “Not our first Rhody-Oh!” And, keeping with the western theme:  […]

Quake and Tsunami Closer Than You Think

9 April 2014 It’s closer than you think… It may be six-thousand miles from Oregon to Chile, but that 8.2 magnitude earthquake; followed by more than 100 aftershocks; that happened off the Chilean coast last week is much closer to home than you may think. Joan Edwards, the education and […]

2014 Election Shaping Up

12 March 2014 2014 election takes shape after filing deadline The 2014 election took much clearer shape Tuesday as the deadline passed for people seeking office to declare their intentions. In Lane County, West Lane Commissioner Jay Bozievich will face Dawn Lesley in the primary.  If neither candidate wins a […]

There Will Be Rain…

5 March 2014 High Wind Warning In Effect The rain will be plentiful… and could cause problems around western Oregon over the next few days. National Weather Service forecasters says a series of storms will pummel the Oregon Coast, bringing one-to-two-inches of rain through tonight and up to three times […]

Manhunt prompts school lockdown

26 February 2014 Manhunt Prompts School Lockdown It looked far worse that it actually was.  Police stopped a vehicle a block away from Siuslaw Elementary School yesterday morning when they recognized a passenger in the vehicle as being wanted for parole violation.  Siuslaw Schools Superintendent Shawn Wiencek said schools were […]

Siuslaw Awards Space Limited

Siuslaw Awards Close to a Sellout If you don’t already have your tickets to this evening’s Siuslaw Awards you may be out of luck. As of this morning there were only five tickets remaining. The Florence Area Chamber of Commerce will announce the winner of the annual Stu Johnston Business […]