Siuslaw River Boardwalk

Services to Resume; Three Rivers Casino Employee Recruitment; Banner Bank to Assist Chamber Members; COVID:  Jump in Numbers; PeaceHealth Open to Visitors

Services to Resume For many the long awaited return to Sunday services will culminate this week as many churches will resume services.  According to Pastor Dale Edwards of Cross Road Assembly the reopening for them is almost more difficult that the cancellation of services 3 months ago. “As difficult closing […]

OSAA-No Decision Yet on Summer

Executive director for OSAA, Peter Weber said in a release yesterday that while phase 2 is underway, it is still up to school districts when they will reopen for sporting activities.  Schools are not included in the Phase 2 directives and still have to coordinate with the Oregon Department of […]

Rumors Of Threats are Not Credible

Rumors of ANTIFA protestors in Florence brought out armed citizens to the streets of Old Town last night.  A large group organized by a local Florence resident was out on the streets Thursday night after hearing about Black SUVs that were driven by ANTIFA members.  Florence Police Commander John Pitcher […]

Port of Siuslaw

More Coastal Corrals; Drinking Water Week; One Year Under His Belt; Machine to Disinfect Masks; One New Case for Lane County; Tree Removal Project

More Coastal Corrals Executive Director of the Florence Area Chamber of Commerce says there will be more Coastal Corrals in the future.  About 300 people participated in Friday’s event with a focus on the economic impact the coronavirus has had on small business.  Hannigan says that Salem’s focus on small […]

ReVision Celebration Will Happen…

The COVID-19 pandemic has been to blame for much of the upheaval throughout the government and private sector business.  Sick workers, social distancing requirements, and business shut downs has brought many business ventures to a screeching halt.  One of the hopes for revision Florence was that the impact would not […]