- COVID-19 cannot be forgotten. Check the numbers, 22 new deaths in one day in Oregon. That's a lot! Running total, and yes, it is just clicking along, stands at 7,764 Statewide.
- Coos Co. COVID-19 numbers also continue to pile up, 33 new cases in one day. No, we cannot forget COVID-19.
- CHW has a report on vaccinations being extended to the very young.
- State Forests Advisory Committee meets today in Salem. Want to bet wildfires is on their agenda?
- Monthly sing-a-long at NBPL includes South Coast Folk Society.
- South Coast Striders have a nice Coastal Hike planned for Sunday.
- Another large marijuana bust in Southern Oregon.
- Police logs show a lot of thefts. Basically, anything not tied down is apparently up for grabs. Lots of warrant arrests. We can prevent a majority of this with Neighborhood Watch. It is a free program. Contact your local police dept. on how to organize one in your neighborhood and help prevent crime.
- In sports, American Legion BB, North Coos Waterfront gets a win. South Coos plays a home Saturday.
- UO has decided to not continue the contract with their track coach. Interesting.
- USA Track & Field Championships are at Hayward Field in Eugene this weekend.
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