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School Board Considers Policy Changes; City Manager Gets High Marks; Holiday Travel Helped With Lower Fuel Prices; Santa to Make Appearance at Justice Center

School Board Considers Policy Changes At this evening’s Siuslaw School Board meeting the district will consider approving changes to language of several school policies including the Student Drug Testing guidelines.  The purpose is to clarify the schools stand on drug abuse and the prevention thereof. The proposed language is as […]

Boats on the Port of Siuslaw

Commercial Crabbing Season Delayed Again; New Committee Members Needed; No Bridge Work This Week; Yachats Man injured in Vehicle Chase

Commercial Crabbing Season Delayed Again Low meat yields and elevated levels of toxin have again delayed the beginning of commercial Dungenous crabbing along the coast.  Recreational crabbing is allowed in some limited areas but the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says it will be at least the 31st of […]

Sage-Grouse in Danger; Lane County Burn Ban Not Coastal; City Council Meeting; Jellyfish Invasion

Sage-Grouse in Danger The Trump administration wants to ease protections on sage-grouse habitat across the West, opening up millions of acres to drilling, mining and other resource extraction. The Interior Department has released proposals in seven of the 11 states, including Oregon, where the 2015 Sage-Grouse Conservation Plan is currently […]

Tournament Basketball; On The Mat

Tournament Basketball Last night was the beginning of the Les Schwab Eagle Booster Classic.  The Siuslaw Vikings were on the hardwood against Pleasant Hill.  The Billies outscored the Vikings 77-39. The lady Vikings managed to hold tough against the Billies of Pleasant hill, but when the buzzer sounded they came […]