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Loss of power blamed in dunes plane crash
Officials say a loss of power appears to have caused last month's plane crash in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area.
North Bend man killed in crash Monday evening in Lincoln County
Oregon State Police deputies are continuing to investigate the cause of a fatal crash that killed a North Bend man Monday evening along Highway 20 just east of Eddyville in Lincoln County.
Small plane crashes near Reedsport with two people aboard
A small blue airplane with two people on board crashed just south of Winchester Bay in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area at about 2:30 p.m. Sunday.
KCBY-TV Coos Bay
North Bend 5th grade classes learn about salmon
North Bend fifth graders headed for the fish hatchery on Wednesday, to get some hands on learning about the spawning process of a salmon.
KCBY-TV Coos Bay
Sailor aboard destroyer off Coos Bay severs finger in water-tight door
A water-tight door closed on a sailor's hand Tuesday, partially severing his finger.
Lake County Examiner Online
Lake County Senior Center receives $66,000 donation
Lake County Senior Center recently received a donation in the amount of $66,000 from the Don and Susan Rose Family Trust, as a final dispersal sum.The donation does not have a specific dedicated use, but will be utilized for general continued operational costs, said Lake County Senior Center Board Chairman Darryl Bender.He said that the board will ... (more)
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Alcorn McBride Helps Tell Story of Choctaw Codetalkers for New Museum Exhibit
The role of the Choctaw Codetalkers has been lost to history until recently, and a new exhibit at the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma Capitol Museum in Tuskahoma brings their exciting story to light with support from Alcorn McBride's Digital Video Machine HD DVM8500 video player and Digital Audio Machine AM4 A/E professional digital audio player.
Coos Bay state police trooper, others, to be recognized for life saving efforts
An Oregon State Police trooper credited with saving a man's with an automatic external defibrillator will receive the Oregon Peace Officers Association's life saving award Friday.