Author: George Henry

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RAIN To Offer Entrepreneurs Help; Watershed Council to Hold Event; Siuslaw Pantry Needs Food; Gas Prices Hold Steady

RAIN To Offer Entrepreneurs Help Oregon RAIN, the Regional Accelerator and Innovation Network is beginning a 10 week training program in October and is looking for businesses and entrepreneurs to participate in the program.  Matthew Hollander with RAIN says that this is a good opportunity for businesses that have already […]

Letter Questions Candidate’s Credentials; Forest Service Hiring; Merkley Submits EV Tax Credit Bill; Fire and Ambulance Meeting Moved

Letter Questions Candidate’s Credentials A group calling themselves the “Concerned Citizens of Florence” drafted a letter claiming that candidate for city council, Maureen Miltenberger had misrepresented herself in her filing for the seat by stating that she was a retired social worker.  According to Oregon statutes the term Social Worker […]

Emergency Situation Sparks Code Changes; Arrest Made in Break-in Investigation; Razor Clamming Closed South of Umpqua River

Emergency Situation Sparks Code Changes This evening’s City Council Meeting will likely contain a motion to revamp the city’s code as it relates to illegal camping and emergency declaration.  According to the current city code there is very little to prohibit illegal camping.  This change, according to Mayor Joe Henry […]

Mapleton Rolls Over Pirates; Vikings Fall to Newport; Ducks Win in Lackluster Fashion; Beavers Miss Comeback Opportunity; Cross Country Performs Well at Northwest Classic

Mapleton Rolls Over Pirates Friday night the Mapleton Sailors were on the field against the Glendale Pirates for 8 man football.  The Sailors let loose on the Pirates scoring 66 points to Glendale’s 14. Cody Soverns rushed for 101 yards on 4 carries with one catch for 55 yards with […]

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Cottage Grove Tough for Lady Viks; Lady Sailors Shoot Down Falcons; Siuslsaw on the Road in Newport Tonight; 8 Man Football; Mapleton at Glendale; Cross Country Competing in Eugene; UO and OSU Schedule

Cottage Grove Tough for Lady Viks The Lady Vikings opened league play last night against Cottage Grove.  It was a tough battle for the Viks.  They went down in three sets 20-25, 15-25, 19-25, despite some hard work from Makenzie York and Mia Collins.  The duo combined for 22 kills […]