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This November, residents of all the cities in Douglas County will choose their mayors and city councilors. In some cities, the familiar names of incumbents will fill the ballot, while in others voters will have some tough choices to make.

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Spring has sprung, and summer is almost here. Can you believe it? Here in Reedsport and Winchester Bay, that means we are getting ready for lots of visitors and some really fun events. In case the numerous hiking trails, fishing opportunities and tall sand dunes are not enough for you, allow…

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What are you doing Presidents Day weekend? You might want to consider a trip to Reedsport for Confluence, a wine, beer and music festival from 4 to 10:30 p.m. Friday and from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday. Admission is just $10 for Friday, $12 for Saturday or you can enjoy both days for only $18.

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REEDSPORT — Two golfers in Reedsport will play 50 holes of golf each to raise money for the Project Blessing Food Pantry in western Douglas County as part of their annual 100 Holes for Hunger event.

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REEDSPORT — Two golfers in Reedsport will play 50 holes of golf each to raise money for the Project Blessing Food Pantry in western Douglas County as part of their annual 100 Holes for Hunger event.

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With opportunities for fishing, dune riding, and visiting the ocean and local restaurants, the Southern Oregon coast has much to offer. Travel Oregon is planning to work with community members and stakeholders to develop ways to promote those attractions to tourists through Oregon’s Rural To…

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REEDSPORT — A company that builds commercial fishing boats in Reedsport netted a $3.4 million grant from the state last week, positioning itself to expand its workforce by 50 percent in the coming years.

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REEDSPORT — A 1915 Smith & Watson steam donkey was used for logging in the Reedsport and Winchester Bay area until 1937. It was left in a creek at the bottom of a ravine until 1994, when a team of retired loggers hauled it out to be displayed in town.