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Local News & Sports, Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Published on: 01/25/2023

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Sounds like another beautiful day in Oregon's Bay Area... Mostly sunny skies along the South Oregon Coast with highs in the mid 50s and winds out of the Northeast at 5-10 mph.  Mostly clear tonight with lows in the mid 30s and winds from the Northeast at 5-10 mph.  Mostly sunny Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 50s.  Nothing better than blue skies and a Bay that has laid down, yes, it all beckons one to the outdoors.  Let's get to the news...
  • Days are getting longer, and the tides are flushing out the Bay.  
  • The Bay Area Chamber of Commerce has its WBC Forum today.
  • Homeless Count gets underway in the Bay Area today.  Might have some surprising results.  
  • Former Coos Co. Commissioners Melissa Cribbins is hired by the Coos Co. Airport District.
  • Empire Fishing Pier repairs begin today.
  • Signs of Pet Stress at NBPL today.
  • Coos Bay Tree Board meets today, sidewalk policy on their agenda.
  • Oregon Coast Tourism partners, including here in Coos Bay, receive funds for accessibility initiatives.  
  • Employment report for the Month of December on the South Oregon Coast.
  • DEQ issues environmental penalties for the Month of December, two hit the Bay Area.
  • Recreational boating fatalities were down last year, but still high according to the Oregon State Marine Board.
  • A couple of earthquakes near the Southern Junction of the two fault lines that run parallel with the Oregon Coast.
  • Winter Grant Cycle for ODFW Conservation & Recreational Fund opening.
  • Community Wildfire Risk Reduction grants available.
  • Car clouters arrested in Bandon.
  • Missing person found on Hudson Ridge.
  • UEMVs and warrant arrests on the area Police Logs.
  • In sports, North Bend basketball falls at home.
  • Prep basketball polls released for this week, including the 3A boy's & girl's teams.  The 3A Tournament will be held March 2-4 here in the Bay Area.
Very curious to see what this Homeless Count in the Bay Area turns up.  Not sure how deep the stats will go, but it should give local officials a better understanding of how many we are actually dealing with and what led to their homelessness.  Hopefully it will also differentiate the individuals to see who wants help, and who wants to be left alone.  So far, we are working from the problem.  This might get us down to the bottom floor where one can find the maligned, but not broken, "pillars of society."

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