Florence Oregon News

Mayor Affirms Eco-Friendly City; Cease and Desist Letter Delivered to City Councilor; DevNW Announces Groundbreaking

Mayor Affirms Eco-Friendly City There were several issues that arose from Monday evening’s Florence City Council meeting that were outside the scope of the formalized agenda issued by the city.  During the public comments portion of the meeting local resident Ivy Meadow addressed the city council regarding her belief that […]

More $$ For Outdoor Fun; OR Tax Form Required; North Bend Woman Charged With Murdering Mother; Crabbers Required to Mark Pots

More $$ For Outdoor Fun Exploring the outdoors will cost a little more in 2020.  Boating, hiking, camping, and fishing fees have increased.  new legislation enacted for the new year will see adventurists paying for waterway permits for non motorized flotation devices like kayaks, canoes, and stand-up paddleboards.  Senate bill […]

2019 Year in Review

A feel good story popped up in 2019 that began in the midst of the government shutdown.  Locally the U.S. Coast Guard was effected by the shutdown due to the fact that they are under the auspices of the office of Homeland Security.  For the shutdown their monies were cut […]

Man Charged With Assault in Shooting; Reboot Needed for KMTR; Business License Due; New Year’s Eve Safe Driving

Man Charged With Assault in Shooting The Florence Police are investigating an assault that involved a shooting that took place on Friday evening.  Florence police along with the Oregon State Police responded to a shooting at 2180 52nd Street in Florence at approximately 6:30 pm.  30 year old Andrew Terry […]