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Kitzhaber: Small ports to be dredged Bandon Western World

BANDON — Gov. John Kitzhaber, the Oregon Legislature’s Coastal Caucus and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have announced an historic partnership to fund critical dredging projects for Oregon’s small coastal ports. Under the new agreement, dredging is scheduled to begin as early as this weekend at the ocean entrance to the Siuslaw River near Florence, followed by the entrance to the Umpqua River and the Port of Port Orford this fall and winter. Dredging will continue at other small Oregon coastal ports in 2014. “Our South Coast Ports Coalition, consisting of Bandon, Brookings, Gold Beach, Port Orford, Siuslaw and Umpqua,

brought the attention of our plight to the Coastal Caucus and the governor,” said Port of Bandon General Manager Gina Dearth on Monday. “Without their support and understanding of how crucial it is to keep our bars dredged and safe, this would have never happened.” When nearly all dredging funds for Oregon’s coastal ports were cut in the 2013 federal budget, the Coastal Caucus, the governor and the Regional Solutions Team worked together to secure state funding for these vital infrastructure projects, according to a press release from the governor’s office. Oregon state lawmakers and the USACE then entered into an agreement that allows the federal agency to accept state funding for the express purpose of

dredging the federal navigation channels into Oregon’s small coastal ports. “Faced with a major budget shortfall, a lot of individuals and organizations stepped up to move this exceptional effort forward quickly, with the Corps, Regional Solutions, the Coastal Caucus and Congressman DeFazio all providing critical leadership,” said Kitzhaber. “This kind of diverse collaboration is the most effective way to build a stronger economy for the entire state and a great example of how we get things done in Oregon.” Ironically, Bandon’s notorious Coquille River bar was not dredged this year for the first time in the Port of Bandon Commission’s collective memories and

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USFWS commits to abatement plan By Amy Moss Strong

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Crum nets 30 days for menacing By Tim Novotny and Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

COQUILLE — A Bandon man was sentenced to 30 days with three years of probation after being convicted last month of pointing a weapon at law enforcement on Christmas Day. Charles Crum, 52, was found guilty by a six-person jury on four counts of menacing after it ruled that he had leveled a pellet gun at four officers outside his home on Dec. 25, 2012. The prosecution said that act prompted the officers to open fire. The sentence could have netted Crum a year in jail and a

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BANDON — The Coos County Board of Commissioners last week reversed a decision to spray insecticide to kill adult mosquitoes on 10,000 acres in and around the Bandon Marsh Wildlife Refuge. But the county did hire a professional to apply a larvicide on about 300 acres of the Ni-les’tun Unit of the marsh. That application was dropped by fixed-wing aircraft from an elevation of about 40 feet Thursday afternoon. Costs to apply the larvicide, which is ingested by and fatal to mosquito larvae, were paid by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The decision not to spray an insecticide came two days after local cranberry growers, bee keepers and organic gardeners, among others pleaded with the Coos County Board of Commissioners to reconsider at a lively meeting Sept. 9 at the Sprague Theater in Bandon. Coos County Commissioner Melissa Cribbins said it came down to a concern for the local cranberry growers and conflicting information about whether

■ See Crum, A7

DeFazio schedules town halls Bandon Western World

By Lou Sennick, Bandon Western World

Mosquito Control A small plane from Vector Disease Control International crisscrosses a little more than 300 acres to kill mosquitoes Sept. 12. The aircraft, with the words “Mosquito Control” on the bottom of the wings, applied a larvicide, MetaLarv, in the Ni-les’tun Unit of the Bandon Marsh. Other aerial spraying for the bothersome insects around Bandon was called off. the insecticide Dibrome would prevent farmers from selling their crop due to chemical residue. “(The question is) would we be solving one economic problem to cause another,” Cribbins said last week. Meanwhile, the adult mosquito population has abated

somewhat, but the results of the larvicide won’t be seen for several weeks. “The theory is that the larvicide application will prevent new hatches of mosquitoes for the next 45 days or so and that the existing mosquitoes will be dying off from old age relatively soon, hopefully within a few

weeks,” said Commissioner John Sweet. “If we can prevent new hatches for the next 45 days, mosquito season should be over.” The current risk for disease transmission due to a mosquito bite remains low and there

BANDON — Rep. Peter DeFazio, D-Oregon, will hold 16 town hall meetings across Southwest Oregon from Sept. 23 to 26. Throughout his time in Congress, DeFazio has held more than 300 town hall meetings across Southwest Oregon and developed many legislative initiatives based on conversations with Oregonians at these meetings. A full schedule is posted at http://defazio.house.gov.

Monday, Sept. 23: Reedsport, 10-11 a.m., Umpqua Discovery Center, 409 Riverfront. Coos Bay, noon to 1 p.m., Coos Bay Public Library, 525

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■ See DeFazio, A7

67th Cranberry Festival deemed a majestic success By Amy Moss Strong Bandon Western World

BANDON — It was a moist, misty morning Saturday, but crowds still gathered to watch the annual Cranberry Festival Parade, which was deemed by many onlookers as the best ever. The parade lasted more than an hour and was full of floats, school children, animals, classic cars and various and sundry entries, including a larger-thanlife mosquito, unicyclers and two trucks carrying harvested old growth logs from a burn. “I think we executed a great event this year,” said Chamber Executive Director Julie Miller of the Cranberry Festival weekend. “I was pleasantly surprised at how many people stayed despite the wet weather we had on Saturday. And it did not seem to dampen their spirit.” Friday night at the Queen’s Coronation at the Sprague Theater Bandon High School senior Emma Wampler was crowned as the 2013 Cranberry Queen as well as Miss Bandon Cranberry Festival. The second title allows Wampler to compete in the Miss Oregon pageant next June if she chooses. Wampler’s platform was about emergency preparedness. She told the audience she plans to complete Community Emergency Response Team training this fall and organize a student CERT group. She emphasized that the city and schools need to be more prepared in the event of a disaster. She sang “I Dreamed a Dream,” from the musical “Les Miserables” as her talent.

Photos by Amy Moss Strong, Bandon Western World

A crowning weekend Above: Paul Fisher won a first-place ribbon for his float, “Royal Pain,” featuring Queen Marsha Mosquito in the parade Saturday morning. Right: Bandon High School senior Emma Wampler was named Cranberry Queen 2013 and Miss Bandon Cranberry Festival Friday night. Princess Kimberly Carrero was given the Congeniality Award and Princess Ariel Elstad received the Steve Underdown Memorial Director’s Award. Also at the coronation, Kathleen Stadelman was named Queen of the Kitchen for an unusual cranberry soup she entered into the Food Fair, which this year

■ See Festival, A7

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Cranberry Parade winners Parade winners Animal ■ 1st: Dani Cox with horse ■ 2nd: Delores Menendez with her American miniature horse Snow Princess and Phyllis Cartwright with bulldog Willow ■ 3rd: Ken and Rene Hopking, miniature donkeys Floats ■ 1st: Art to Save the Sea, built by The Washed Ashore Project and sponsored by Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and Wild Rivers Coast Alliance ■ 2nd: Southern Coos Hospital — Castle of Caring ■ 3rd: Cobbler’s Bench and The Toy Room — Old Lady in the Shoe Vehicles ■ 1st: Terry Panter Trucking — loaded log trucks ■ 2nd: Hauser Fire Department ■ 3rd: Myrtlewood A’s — vintage car with two dogs riding in the jump seat Other ■ 1st: Paul Fisher — Royal Pain featuring Queen Marsha Mosquito ■ 2nd: Delmer Robison and Friends — cranberry harvest equipment ■ 3rd: Bandon High School Marching Band ■ Special Music Ribbon: Young Musician’s Institute. Parade coordinators hope to develop an underling music theme to the annual Cranberry Festival Parade and all types of musical entries will be encouraged. Plans include a “battle of the bands” mid-parade.

The Young Musician’s Institute won a special music ribbon in the parade Saturday. The band is led by Pastor Jim Minkler of Seabird Chapel and meets weekly. Youth are welcome to join at no cost. Art to Save the Sea, built by The Washed Ashore Project and sponsored by Bandon Dunes Golf Resort and Wild Rivers Coast Alliance, won first place in the float division.

Terry Panter Trucking hauled giant logs through the parade, some salvaged from a burn and representing the livelihoods of many local residents.

The Southern Coos Hospital float won second place in the float division. The “king” is CEO Charles Johnston.

The Cobbler’s Bench and The Toy Room partnered to create this float featuring Bandon Card & Gift owner Lynn Davies as Mother Goose.

Rene Hopking is pulled by her miniature donkeys and won third place for her decorations.

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A royal weekend

Cranberry princesses await the announcement of who will be crowned Friday night at the Sprague Theater. From left, Kimberly Carrero, Sonia Havil, Emma Wampler, Stephanie Gordon and Ariel Elstad. Emma was crowned queen, Kimmie was given the Congeniality Award and Ariel was given the Steve Underdown Memorial Director’s Award.

The Bandon High School band, led by director Dave Weston, won a ribbon in the “other” category at the parade.

Brendan Fisher has the knack of multi-tasking down to a science. He and Hunter Hutton both rode unicycles in the parade

Cranberry Queen Emma Wampler unveils this year’s Mystery King, Bill Reager, during halftime of the Cranberry Bowl. No one correctly guessed his identity.

Some of the current and former Port of Bandon commissioners pose with General Manager Gina Dearth at the time capsule burial site during the port’s Centennial Celebration Saturday afternoon. The capsule will be opened in 100 years.

Vendors at the Old Town Marketplace got into the theme and decorated their booths for the weekend.

The Bandon All-Star Cheerleaders perform stunts during halftime of the Cranberry Bowl Saturday. The team also stunted along the parade route. Dennis Bowman, left and Justin Montgomery ride in the parade on cranberry bog beaters that Montgomery designed. Other cranberry harvest equipment also was featured.

Photos by Amy Moss Strong


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“When the media is focused on a story, we sometimes find ourselves driving it, not just reporting it. We must be careful.” — Tim Russert NBC News Washington chief, 1999

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Letters Spraying is counterproductive As a former Coos County resident with family along the Bandon Marsh, I’m concerned about spraying for mosquitos. Both chemicals are dangerous to many insects besides mosquitos. This includes bees, which are already declining at an alarming rate, and many of the bugs that fish eat and natural predators to mosquito larvae. Killing pollinators puts our food supply at risk. Killing the bugs fish eat not only puts our food supply at risk, it jeopardizes the tourism brought in by fishermen from other areas. Killing insects that eat larvae is clearly counterproductive. There is also concern that spraying will be ineffective while a thoughtful, targeted, long-term strategy would actually be beneficial. Haley Stevenson No town listed

Fix the problem sanely My wife and I attended the open meeting regarding spraying for mosquitoes and were amazed by the attendance so numerous as to be forced to move next door to the Sprague Theater! That fact more or less set the tone of what was to come, as it became obviously another case of not planning ahead. First, let us give credit to Mr. Sweet in chairing this meeting and organizing the astute panel of experts whose job it became apparent was to convince the audience of locals that we all would be safe from this insecticide chosen to combat the pesky mosquitoes. Also, the method used to ask questions was very fair, even though about half were not able to speak because of time restrictions. So, what did we learn from this meeting? 1. The government — local, state and federal screwed up royally in creating the problem. They spent a lot of taxpayer money to get the deed done all in the name of marsh land improvement or something akin to that, all supposedly to improve habitat. Whose habitat? Certainly not humans! 2. Admitting, by at least one of the panelists, that major mistakes were made in the recent past by the authorities and now it is going to cost a small fortune to un-do the mistakes in order to abate the mosquito problem. This apparently has happened on the East Coast as well, going back to the mid 1990s, and the experts are trying to learn from those mistakes. 3. Two wrongs don’t make it right. It is wrong to expose humans and other critters to this insecticide even in small doses. We don't know what the long-term effects will be 5-10-15 years from now. Why expose when it is not necessary? Right the wrong by re-engineering the swamp to more closely mirror nature’s plan. 4. I’m tired of hearing excuses for screw ups by any governmental agency. Mistakes happen, we all know, it’s been admitted. Let’s fix the problem in a sane manner that we all know is safe! Joe Thomas Bandon

Alternative plan for spraying The message was clear to the Coos County Board of Commissioners — Melissa Cribbins, Bob Main and John Sweet and to Nikki Zogg, Coos County public health director, to reconsider the proposed aerial spraying for mosquitoes in Bandon and Coos County. The community members who were allowed to speak did an excellent job presenting their views of why they did not want Dibrome to be used as a control of the adult mosquitoes. It concerns us greatly that alternative methods have not been considered and the development of an Integrated Pest Management Plan has not been completed to provide a comprehensive response to the issue. We agree the mosquitoes are a nuisance but aerial spraying is not the answer. Aerial spraying is done usually when an imminent threat to public health and a declaration by the health officer/director has been issued warning the public that a vector-borne disease has been introduced into the human and animal popu-

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lations. At this time, we do not have any documented cases of disease caused by the mosquitoes that have been identified in the Bandon Marsh. My request regarding the species and testing of the mosquitoes that have been trapped has confirmed this. Furthermore, a plan must address all of the issues and this includes the impact to the environment and all the other insects, honeybees, birds, bats, crustaceans, fish, amphibians who use the marsh and surrounding areas. Many of these animals help control mosquitoes but they are all essential for a healthy environment. In addition, these other animals contribute to our local economy by providing crop pollination, supporting fisheries, and maintaining the wildlife that draw tourists. We respectfully ask the Coos County Board of Commissioners, Public Health Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to not aerial spray and to work together with the community to develop an alternative comprehensive plan to deal with the mosquito issue. Chris and Andy Wiggins Bandon

Letter can’t go unanswered I need to comment on a letter to the editor in last week’s Bandon Western World from Nancy Busso. The negative tone of the letter, against Bandon Dunes Golf Resort, simply cannot go unanswered. She says that last year she drove through a huge black cloud of mosquitoes along the winding driveway off Boak Lane to get to her house. “Everyone else on Boak Lane suffered too, but we don’t have a golf course here so it was of no concern to the city.” I can truly say that the city knew nothing about mosquitoes south of Bandon last year. Later in the letter she says she needs to get rid of yellow jackets. But no spraying please. “This isn’t Syria, where you can kill off defenseless creatures or people just because you want to. I have asthma, so if I lived near the spraying, well, I could die, but of course that would be an acceptable loss so that some golfer could tee-off.” I don’t want to confuse this woman with the truth, but Bandon Dunes had absolutely nothing to do with our being concerned about the mosquito problem. In fact, Hank Hickox and Tom Jefferson came to the special meeting held by the City Council to share with us and with the standing-room-only crowd (who were impacted) the measures they had taken — on their own — to eradicate the mosquitoes. And Bandon Dunes owner Mike Keiser offered to help the county take care of the problem by donating $10,000 — a gift that was appreciated by those who live in the affected area (which has unfortunately grown larger in recent weeks). This is a serious problem, caused not by Bandon Dunes, Coos County or the City of Bandon, but by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Bandon marsh, where the mosquitoes hatched. And to blame Bandon Dunes in any way is simply not true — unless it is to thank them for their help. Mary Schamehorn Bandon

Cover Oregon is complicated The Medical Insurance exchange under Cover Oregon opens Oct. 1. First, if you are eligible to receive health insurance through another source (Medicare, Veterans, employer-sponsored health insurance), you are not eligible to receive health insurance through the Oregon exchanges. If the employer offers employeeonly coverage, the spouse and family may use the exchange. If the employer offers coverage to spouse and family, the spouse and family do not qualify to use the exchange. If you are not covered under one of the options listed above, you can shop the exchange for a better plan or premium for your family. The Cover Oregon Exchanges are open to all, regardless of income, although the more a person earns, the less help in tax subsidies will be available. These are the five Insurance companies that offer coverage in Coos and Curry counties: Pacific Source (nonprofit); LifeWise; Moda Health; Health Republic (co-op); and BridgeSpan. The Oregon Health Plan and Healthy Kids Program (Oregon’s Medicaid programs) will be expanded to cover more people. Every plan covers doctor visits, hospital stays, maternity care, mental health care, emergency room care, prescriptions, preventive care and vision coverage for kids. Some plans cover alternative care. Dental coverage is available in stand-alone policies, purchased separately. There may be deductibles and co-pays for these services. Preventive services listed at the website below are covered free of charge to those with health insurance through the exchange or private insurance, as directed by the Affordable Care Act (“Obamacare”). Preventive Services Covered Under the Affordable Care Act | HHS.gov/healthcare <http://www.hhs.gov/healthcare/facts/factsheets/2010/07/preventive-serviceslist.html#CoveredPreventiveServicesforWomenIncludi ngPregnantWomen> There is a penalty for people who do not obtain health insurance through some source. If you do not have coverage and do not qualify for an exemption, you must pay a penalty at the end of the tax year. The penalty for the first year is $95 per adult and $47.50 per child, or percent of family income, whichever is greater. The fine increases over time and in 2016 will be $695 per adult and $347 per child (up to $2,085 for a family) or 2.5 percent of family income, whichever is greater. “There are exceptions to the mandate: Individuals who cannot afford coverage because the cost of premiums exceed eight percent of their household income or those whose household incomes are below the minimum threshold for filing a tax return are exempt. People experiencing certain hardships also are exempt. Other exempt groups include prisoners, Native Americans eligible for care through the Indian Health Care service, immigrants who are in the country illegally, people whose religion objects to having insurance coverage, members of a health care sharing ministry

and individuals who experience a short coverage gap of less than three consecutive months.” (from “The Fiscal Times.”) Coverage plans offered by the 5 companies offer 4 levels of coverage: Level of coverage plan pays you pay: Gold, 80 to 20 percent; silver, 70 to 30 percent; bronze 60 to 40 percent; catastrophic (excluding Lifewise), no percent given at the meeting, but it will be less coverage, lower premium cost and will cost you more out of pocket. These percentages are a generalization: You may still pay deductibles and other fees. Each person’s case will qualify for differing amounts of deductions and tax credits. The tax credits are very generous and may be taken monthly or at tax time, or as a partial tax credit to accommodate those whose incomes vary each month. The tax credits may be changed during the year as a person’s situation changes with marriage, divorce, birth or death of a covered member. This is the example given at the meeting for “Jane”: Monthly premium: $300; income tax due: $900; monthly tax credit: -240 (OR); year’s tax credit: -2880; actual monthly cost $60; IRS refund: $1,980. Oregonians can begin signing up for coverage on Oct. 1. Enrollment ends for this year in March. Then you will have to wait for the next open enrollment period to sign up. Payments will begin in the month in which you enroll and coverage will begin the next month. People can sign up online at Cover Oregon: a new place to shop for health insurance http://www.coveroregon.com/ (site not ready to receive applicants until Oct. 1) or by phone at 1-855-268-3767 to reach a person. There will also be a paper application available. The phones are staffed for questions now. When you apply for a plan through the exchange, you will need to have documents on hand: Social Security card, or immigration documents; income documentation (pay stub or tax return); current insurance coverage information, if any. Dental Plans: There are five companies offering dental plans here in Coos and Curry counties. Currently, a person must purchase medical insurance through the exchanges to be able to purchase the stand-alone dental policies. There were several requests to allow Medicare recipients and others to purchase these dental plans and I was told that conversation is already taking place, so perhaps it will become an option for many more Oregonians. Dental Companies: Pacific Source; ODS; Dentegra; BestLife; Guardian (small business only). The premiums will be based on income, just as the medical policies. Carol Acklin Bandon

Cemetery vandalism must stop According to an article in The World newspaper on Saturday, Sept. 7, 1996, in response to a wave of arsons at black churches in the southeastern United States, Congress passed the Church Arson Prevention Act. The new law established stiff penalties for whoever “intentionally defaces, damages or destroys any religious property because of the religious character of that property, or attempts to do so.” I am writing in regard to the crosses at Holy Trinity Cemetery that were vandalized, as well as the flags! There is one cross down, one cross broken and there are hardly any flags left. Keep in mind that there is a police report in and also a reward for any information. I am appalled to think someone who lives in this great country would do such a thing. Anne Marie Tamalonis Bandon

Take advantage of scholarships As chairman of the Bandon Masonic Lodge Scholarship Committee, I was very happy to present three $1,00 scholarships at the Bandon High School graduation ceremony this year. They went to Joseph Plouff, Amy Schoonmaker and Kira Nayeart. Some months ago, I encouraged Joseph to apply for another Masonic scholarship offered by the Oregon Scottish Rite Education Foundation, Inc. in Portland. I was very pleased to learn a few days ago that Joseph is one of 16 high school seniors in Oregon to receive one of their scholarships this year. I will be sending their check to Seward County Community College in Liberal, Kansas, where Joseph is enrolled. I encourage all seniors to start the scholarship application process as soon as possible. Time goes by quickly and there are many opportunities out there if you just go for it. Don’t be shy! Yale has full-ride scholarships for small town students who qualify. One who did is Marcus Bosel from Coos Bay. He will be a senior this year and has received a dream education because he spent the time and effort to apply for that scholarship. What are your plans? Fritz Thomas Bandon

Thank you for help after fall I want to say a big “Thank You” to the many people who came to my assistance when I tripped and fell when leaving the post office on Tuesday morning. I had fallen onto my knees and hit my face on the door frame and was momentarily incapacitated. When I looked up, there was a circle of kind faces all asking if I was all right, picking up my purse and keys and phone and then helping me to my feet. Thank you to all of you and especially to the kind, tall gentleman (a true gentleman) named Bob who insisted that I take his arm so that he could walk me safely to my car. I am grateful and thankful that we are living in this community of Beautiful Bandon By The Sea whose residents are very caring. (Apart from bruises, I am fine.) Thank you all again. Helen Stewart Bandon


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In and Around Bandon Food bank benefit

North Bend, invites all women to sing in its annual Christmas Chorus. From now through Christmas, all women can join the chorus at its rehearsals. The first rehearsal was Tuesday, Sept. 17, 6:30-8 p.m., at Sea Breeze Harmony Hall, 2055 Union Ave., North Bend and subsequent rehearsals are Tuesdays at the same time. Sing Christmas music in four-part barbershop harmonies. Music need not be memorized and there is no charge to participate. The chorus will perform at Shore Acres State Park, assisted living facilities, a community Christmas concert and other venues during the holiday season. For information, call Janne 619-277-9518 or Connie 541-404-8827.

The Gold Coast Chorus sings in last year’s Bandon Feeds the Hungry show, and will again this year on Saturday, Oct. 5. See page A9 for details.

Experience the Elk River

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Oregon Film Festival coming soon Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming Oregon Coast Film Festival to be held on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Sprague Community Theater. Film Festival tickets are $10 and are available at True-Value Hardware in Bandon and at the online event planning site, EventBrite.com. The Sprague Theater has a 250-seat capacity and will be the site for the film festival reception and festival screenings. The “Best of Festival” evening event will feature a reception, speakers, screenings and awards. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with the program beginning at 6 p.m. Updated festival information is available at www.oregoncoastfilmfestival.org. For ticket information, contact Dave Wilhite at coastfilmfest@icloud.org or 541-253-6248.

Diabetic Support Group to meet The Diabetic Support Group will meet from 2 to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, at the Bandon Library conference room. The group is free and open to the public and provides information to help people living with diabetes and those who care for them. Southern Coos Hospital employee Robin Summers, who is a registered nurse and a certified diabetes educator, leads the group. Sessions are held the third Thursday of every month. A new topic is discussed each month. Summers has been assisting patients at Southern Coos Hospital’s Outpatient Specialty Clinic for more than 10 years. She works with patients in controlling and treating diabetes and its effects and provides a Foot Care Clinic.

Next Preppers meeting in Bandon Southwestern Oregon Preppers will hold a meeting at noon Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Bandon Rural Fire Department on U.S. Highway 101 South in Bandon. The main topic will be “Prepper Checkup.” Bring your plans and bugout bags. Fellow preppers will evaluate your level of preparedness to uncover your weak points. There will also be demonstrations of skills and equipment. This is a free public meeting to get to know fellow local preppers in Southwestern Oregon and to exchange information and ideas. Join Southwestern Oregon Preppers on Facebook and/or meetup.com.

Drumming circle meets weekly A drumming circle meets at 5:30 p.m. every Tuesday, alternating between Unity of Bandon Church and St. John Episcopal Church. All are welcome to enjoy the experience of sacred drumming. Participants are asked to bring their own drum or percussion instrument although there will be some extras to borrow. All ages and levels of participation are welcome. The next drumming circle meets Sept. 17 at St. John Episcopal, 795 Franklin Ave. S.W., Bandon. For information, call St. John’s at 541-347-2152 or Unity at 541-347-4696.

Unity of Bandon offers yoga classes Free mat yoga classes will be offered at 8:30 a.m. Wednesdays at Unity of Bandon, 50211 U.S. Highway 101. Chair yoga, a more gentle form of yoga that is practiced sitting in a chair, or standing using a chair for support, is offered at 9:30 a.m. Facilitator Dorothy Tharsing’s intention in offering the classes is to allow the space for folks to gain balance and to stretch and strengthen their bodies in a gentle environment. All levels of participation and ability are welcome. A guided meditation follows at 11 a.m. and all are welcome. For more information, call 541-347-4696.

September library art Bandon resident Kelle Herrick is the featured artist at the Bandon Public Library in the gallery and glass cases for September. Her show is titled, “The Crow show: The birds, the bees, the beebop.” Herrick’s medium is photography, works on rice paper, mini-books and puppets. Her work features pretty gulls in dresses and crows in tuxedos. Works on rice paper include scrolls, prayer flags and tiny umbrellas. The show is open during regular library hours.

Fiddling lessons to begin The Oregon Oldtime Fiddlers are again having lessons in beginning and intermediate fiddling for serious students. The Oldtime Fiddlers is a group of people dedicated to preserving, promoting, and perpetuating oldtime music and encouraging people of any age to appreciate and play this kind of music. District 5 is one of 11 districts in the state, which geographically goes from the California border up to Florence. Members gather to play at many places such as senior centers, state parks in the summer and at many local events when invited. There are also fiddling contests and musical summer camps. The OOTFA offers scholarships for lessons and summer camps. OOTFA members play a variety of instruments, guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin, upright bass, autoharp, harmonica, with the fiddle being the primary instrument and very necessary in oldtime music. All instruments are acoustic. There will be an organizational meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at Harbor Lights Middle School in Bandon, with intermediates playing afterwards. Everyone interested in playing fiddle is urged to attend. For those who want to learn, but do not have a fiddle, OOTFA has fiddles to loan, children and adult sizes. For more information and to sign up, call 541347-2229.

Elsewhere Bay Area Fun Festival Downtown Coos Bay springs to life during the Bay Area Fun Festival. This year’s theme is “Party on the half-shell.” Events will include the 34th annual Prefontaine Memorial Run at 10 a.m., which is the kick-off event. Vendors will be selling food, treats and treasures to take home. There will be a parade at 1 p.m., live music by Bach Rockers and later Bay Area Teen Idol contestants at 2:30 p.m., the Cruz the Coos classic car parade from 6-8 pm., a Hit and Miss vintage tractor display at the Coos Historical Rail Museum, a sock hop with live music at Coos Bay Eagles and special hours at Coos Art Museum to display a Steve Prefontaine art show. Festival vendor hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21; and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 22.

View lot being raffled in Port Orford The Port Orford Rotary Club is selling tickets for a chance to win a buildable view lot worth $43,470. The lot is located in a new subdivision at No. 15, Paradise Terrace in Port Orford. It is on a paved street with curbs and gutters and above the tsunami evacuation zone with the potential of an ocean view from the second story of a new home. Sewer, water, power and phone connections are located at the front of the property. The grade lends itself to a daylight basement, main floor at the street level with a master suite in the upper level. Tickets are $100 each. The drawing will be held a 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Port Orford Community Building, 421 11th St. According to Rotary members and based on sales to date, only a few hundred tickets will be sold. All proceeds will go into the Port Orford Rotary’s scholarship fund for area students. For more information, visit www.PortOrfordRotary.org or email RotaryRaffle@PortOrfordRotary.org.

Striders offer hike

On Friday and Saturday, Sept. 20-21, Curry Watershed Partnership and the U.S. Forest Service will co-sponsor “Experience the Elk,” a two-day event to promote stewardship of the National Wild & Scenic Elk River. The event will kick off at 7 p.m. Friday in the Port Orford Library Freedom of Speech Room, 1421 Oregon St., with speakers, slides and exhibits. On Saturday, participants are invited to spend a full day up the Elk River. At 8 a.m. begin with a guided hike led by Jerry McManas and accompanied by Jim Rogers. Participants will meet at the Elk River Hatchery. Walk Elk River Road two miles to Bald Mountain Creek then return. Stewardship projects will be 9 a.m. to noon. Individuals are asked to sign up in advance with Cathy Boden, 541-332-5039 or email cathy@currywatersheds.org. Following stewardship projects, participants and their families are invited to a River Fair at Steelblue Chameleon Lodge, located 6.5 miles up Elk River Road for an afternoon of fun 1-5 p.m. Parking will be limited. Carpooling or using the shuttle bus from Ironhead parking lot on the lower Elk River is recommended. For more information visit http://www.currywatersheds.org.

Vocal duo to perform in NB The Eugene-based vocal duo “Sweet River” will be in concert on Friday, Oct. 4, at the North Bend Public Library. Sharon Rogers and Linda Leanne will perform an eclectic mix of folk, swing, and pop music while accompanying themselves with guitar and hand-held percussion. Their fun selections and rich vocal harmonies delight audiences young and old. Admission is free and the show starts at 7 p.m. Come early to get a good seat. For more information, call 541-501-2254 or email singingsharon@gmail.com.

Coquille Harvest festival set for Oct. 4 Come and participate in the 2013 Harvest Moon Festival and art auction. The Friends of the Coquille Riverwalk will be presenting Wes Whitman’s collection of paintings at the Coquille Community Building Friday, Oct. 4, 6 p.m., at the Coquille Community Building, 105 N. Birch. Whitman has donated many of his paintings for the auction and the proceeds from the auction will benefit the “Friends of the Riverwalk.” The preview showing of Whitman’s art opens Wednesday, Sept. 25, in the foyer of the Coquille Community Building. There also will be beer samplings offered by Big Foot Beverages, wine from HV Cellars Winery, and hors d’oeuvres brought in by the Coquille Chamber of Commerce. Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Coquille chamber office or at the door. Cost is $15 for a single ticket or $25 for two. This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Riverwalk and the Coquille Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors are Coquille Valley Hospital, Northwest Natural and KCBY. For more information call 541-396-3414.

The South Coast Striders will hold a hike Sept. 21 and anyone interested is welcome to join them. Starting at 10 a.m., South Coast Striders will hike the Tahkenitch Dunes trail and Threemile Lake trail. Those interested are asked to meet at the Tahkenitch Dunes trail head parking near milepost 204 on U.S. Highway 101. Both moderate and difficult hikes will be offered. The 3.5-mile hike is rated moderate and should last 21⁄2 to three hours. Participants will return from the beach on their own. A longer, more vigorous hike also is offered with Don Luce, who will lead a 6-mile loop combining the Tahkenitch Dune trail and the Threemile Lake trail. The long hike is rated difficult and should last four hours. Those attending should bring lunch, plenty of water and dress in layYou may have been hearing town wielding paintbrushes and EYE ON ers for hot and sunny to the buzz around town, but just carrying easels and cameras, cold, foggy and windy wanted you all to know: For the THE ARTS you’ll know what’s going on! weather. first time in 25 years the entire Linda Doll will then remain This is a Forest Service statewide exhibit of the in town for a week to conduct a day use area. A $5 day use Watercolor Society of Oregon workshop for WSO members, fee per vehicle or appro- will be opening in Bandon on and on the evening of Tuesday, priate pass is required for Saturday, Oct. 5, with a big Oct. 8, she will be giving a pubparking at this trailhead. reception at the Southern Coos lic lecture at The Barn on how Hospital & Health Center, to she is using digital photography Pieces of 8 plays final which everyone is invited. and incorporating it in her Mildred Hill concert The 80 paintings, which work. A $10 donation is sugVICTORIA The Coos Bay/North have been selected from hungested for that event. If you'd TIERNEY Bend jazz group, Pieces of dreds submitted by WSO memlike to participate in that, email 8 will bring an exciting bers by juror Linda Doll, the me at victory7777@hughes.net. variety of jazz to the final current president of the National A very big thank you to all the people 2013 Mildred Hill Concert Watercolor Society, will remain on dis- in Bandon who have been working to at 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. play through Oct. 31. After that, the 20 make this happen: Jeff Norris, who is 21, at Port Orford’s Zion award winners, which Linda selects, will opening The Barn and the Sprague Church, 2015 Washington travel around the state, while the other Theater to our guests; Marc Dryden and St. (behind the laundro- 60 will remain in Bandon through Dec. all his crew at the Inn at Face Rock, who mat). Enjoy swing, Latin, 28, supplemented by new works of are finding lodgings for everyone (not bebop jazz with a little Steven Thor Johannesen, a WSO mem- just at their hotel, but all around town); Dixieland thrown in. A ber whose works we showed at the hos- Darla Hamblin at Bandon Dunes, for setvocalist will charm on pital three years ago. ting up tee times; Julie Miller and the swing, Latin and ballads. In addition to the opening of the show whole gang at the Chamber of Well-known Jensen of transparent watercolors, we’ve spent Commerce; Face Rock Creamery; Nancy Family players include the last year planning “Painting With Evans; Second Street Gallery; Washed Wilbur Jensen on trum- Abandon,” a weekend conference for Ashore, Art By the Sea; Coastal Mist pet and fluglehorn, Judy WSO members which will be taking Chocolates; and our “Painting with (Jensen) Snyder on alto place Oct. 4-6. Artists and their families Abandon” team: Pat and Rod Cink, sax and next generation will be coming to Bandon to enjoy our Susan Lehman, Ava Richey and Sharon from restaurants, beaches, lodging, recre- Jensen. Snyder Will Portland on the Kawai ational offerings, shops and galleries. The last time the full WSO show was Baby Grand piano and Planned activities include lots of ses- in Bandon, it was held at The Barn; some keyboard. Every member sions at The Barn, paint-outs on the of you may remember that. WSO was of the band will solo. beach, the Bandon Boardwalk and Faber started in 1965 and has now grown to During intermission, Farms; and photoshoots (led by local almost 900 members, all of whom must meet and greet musi- photographers Susan Dimock, Kelle be juried into the organization. This is cians over cookies, coffee Herrick, and Pat Stannard) at Coquille going to be a great show, don’t miss it! and punch. Tickets are Point, Bradley Lake and Floras Lake in The reception for the artists is open to $10, 18 and younger are Langlois. the public and will be at the Southern admitted free. Advance We’re expecting about 250 people Coos Hospital & Health Center from tickets are available at (some of whom will be golfing at Bandon 4:30-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 5. Port Orford True Value Dunes, who offered a very generous disMusic will be by Rogue River Jam, Hardware or by calling count — thank you Bandon Dunes!) and featuring one of WSO artists Sharon 541-332-9002. there will be a daytime artwalk on Guinn of Gold Beach, whose painting Friday, Oct. 4, to give our guests a chance was selected for the show All women are invited to explore Old Town, the Farmers Refreshments will include food from to join Xmas chorus Market, Sage Place, the Bandon local sources — we want to show off our Sea Breeze Harmony Historical Society Museum and our Southern Coast Hospitality to the state of Oregon! Hope to see you there. Chorus, a women's bar- wonderful new Face Rock Creamery. So if you see a lot of extra people in bershop chorus based in

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Dredging according to the most recent USACE survey. The survey shows there is a shoal building 1,000 feet outside the jetties that is being monitored by the corps, Dearth said. “It is comforting to know that the funding is in place for bar maintenance dredging next year,” she said.” “SCPC is particularly grateful to the Coastal Caucus, Governor Kitzhaber and Jeff Griffin

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of the governor’s Regional Solutions team in Medford,” Dearth added. “Jeff has been instrumental in guiding us through this ongoing process. I can't say enough about the other ports in our coalition. The managers of these ports are dedicated to this issue and the coalition as a whole has spent hundreds of hours since last winter keeping this moving forward. Their respective commu-

nities are lucky to have such dedicated people.” The USACE hopper dredge Yaquina will travel to the southern coast within the next few days to begin work in the Siuslaw River. Dredging operations at the ports of Port Orford and Umpqua will follow. The dredging operations would not have been possible without the funds made available by the agreement, according to the release. Of these ports,

Mosquitoes are no indicators to suggest that a mosquito-borne disease is circulating in any of the mosquito species in the marsh, according to Coos County Public Health Director Dr. Nikki Zogg. “No hospitalizations or deaths associated with mosquito bites have been reported,” Zogg said. However, because no chemical measures will be taken to control the current adult mosquito population, the CCPH recommends that citizens in and around the Bandon community avoid mosquito bites by using repellents outdoors; wearing long sleeves, long pants and socks outdoors as weather permits; taking extra care during peak mosquito biting hours; mosquito-proofing their homes by installing or repairing screens on windows; and reducing mosquito habitat breeding grounds by emptying standing water around homes and properties. Anyone with questions or concerns can contact the Coos County Health Department at 541-751-2431.

What next? The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service plans to develop an Integrated Marsh Management Plan this fall.

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fine of more than $6,000. Crum’s lawyer, Ron Cox, said Crum had called for an ambulance that day because was having chest pains. Instead, two Bandon police officers and two Coos County Sheriff deputies showed up at his rural Bandon property. Police had been called, according to the prosecution, because of an outstanding warrant Crum had for failing to appear in court on another matter, and because they alleged he had a history of resisting arrest. As they were leaving, after not being able to make contact, an armed Crum allegedly swung his door open. Police fired 30-50 bullets in his direction in the dark. He sustained some injuries and was treated at Coquille

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was held at the Port of Bandon’s picnic shelter on the boardwalk. “We would love more participation in the Queen of the Kitchen, but the quality of dishes was very good,” said organizer Dan Barnett. Barnett said he felt the festival was a success this year. “I was pleasantly surprised with the parade that I thought was exceptional. The kids carnival was a nice addition to the festival and the overall turnout seemed quite good, considering the weather,” he said. The Mystery Person was introduced at the coronation, then unveiled during half-time of the Cranberry Bowl football game. It was Bill Reager,

nation ■ Finalize supplement to the

environmental assessment for the restoration ■ Prepare special use permit for mosquito control with Coos County Public Health ■ Obtain Coos County local land use compatibility statement ■ Obtain Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife in-water work clearance/adjustment ■ Consult with State Historic Preservation Office and tribes on archaeology ■ Coordinate protocols for long-term monitoring of adults/larvae utilizing experts (Oregon State University entomology, etc.) ■ Finalize logistics and obtain amphibious equipment and operators for Phase 4 channel construction April 2014 — Begin tidal channel construction once all permits and documents are completed. May–October 2014 — Complete tidal channel construction. Based on monitoring results and status of tidal channel construction, treat the Ni-les’tun Unit with mosquito controls if necessary. Spring 2015 — Complete final tidal channel construction, if not completed in 2014 due to unforeseen circumstances. In the event construction extends into 2015, treatment of the Ni-les’tun Unit with mosquito controls would be implemented as determined by monitoring.

■ from Page A1 Anderson Ave. Bandon, 3-4 p.m., Bandon Public Library Sprague Room, 1204 11th St. S.W. Gold Beach, 5:306:30 p.m., Gold Beach City Hall Council Chambers, 29592 Ellensburg Ave.

Tuesday, Sept. 24: Brookings, 10-11 a.m., Chetco Activity Center, Rooms A and B, 550 Chetco Lane. Cave Junction, 1-2 p.m., Cave Junction, Community Building, 102 S. Redwood Highway. Canyonville, 4-5 p.m., Seven Feathers Hotel, Huckleberry Room, 146 Chief Miwaleta Lane. Roseburg, 6-7 p.m., Roseburg City Hall Council Chambers, 900 S.E. Douglas.

■ from Page A1 Valley Hospital. For the jury to convict on the charge of menacing, they had to find that Crum put the officers in imminent fear of serious physical injury or death. On Monday, Judge Martin Stone sentenced him to 30 days for each of the four counts of menacing, but ruled they will run at the same time. He will also get credit for time served after his arrest. Crum was also placed on probation for three years, must stay away from alcohol, bars and taverns and cannot attempt to contact the officers. He also was fined $1,840 and his rifle was forfeited for destruction. Prior to the trial Crum filed a tort claim with Portland Law Collective on

June 19 over the shooting, claiming his Constitutional rights were violated. Crum submitted a written statement to the press prior to his sentencing Monday. “I still proclaim my innocence and will continue to do so,” Crum wrote. “There was no solid evidence to prove otherwise.” Crum claimed there were many conflicting statements during the trial and that he was targeted because of his last name. Crum’s sister Kathy said Monday that the family plans to ask the courts to rule for a mistrial. After the sentencing, Crum was placed into the custody of the Coos County Jail to begin serving his jail time.

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■ from Page A1 assistant manager of Price ’n Pride and Bandon High School assistant varsity football coach. Miller said no one was even close to guessing his identity. The Cranberry Bowl saw the Tigers lose to Oakland 49-6 (see Sports), but the turnout was good for the Cranberry Run Sunday and the Old Town Marketplace was teeming with people all weekend. “Everyone seemed to

have a good time and the vendors were pleased,” Miller said. “I loved the feel of Second Street and the feedback I’m getting from the merchants has been positive.” Other events, including the Port of Bandon’s Centennial Celebration Saturday afternoon, went off without a hitch, said organizers. Photos and lists of winners will be printed in next week’s Bandon Western World.

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while returning nearly $8 million in state, local and federal taxes. “We give our sincerest thanks to Kitzhaber, the Coastal Caucus, Reps. DeFazio and Walden and Jeff Griffin, regional coordinator for the governor for the collaboration that took place to make this happen and the clear understanding of the positive economic benefits small ports have on their communities,” Dearth said.

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have on their communities. The study concluded that maintaining adequate depths at Bandon was vital to the viability and growth of 54 local businesses directly employing 441 people, with an additional 177 jobs also dependent on the same economic activity. In only one year, this modest-sized coastal port directly and indirectly added more than $27.4 million in value to the regional economy in 2012,

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Commissioners passed a motion last week to encourage USFWS to stick to their commitment to monitor mosquito populations and treat refuge lands, if necessary, until the restoration is completed. The plan was outlined in a letter addressed to Sweet from Richard Hannan, deputy regional director of the USFWS in Portland. “This is a fairly complex endeavor that will require considerable planning and engineering to be successful,” Hannan wrote. Hannan said the USFWS is “committed to aggressively implementing these actions,” and it is their hope the work will be completed in 2014. “However, it is possible that we will not complete the work necessary next year and, if that is the case, it could extend into 2015,” Hannan wrote. Hannan added that the USFWS will continue to monitor mosquito populations and will treat refuge lands with mosquito controls, if necessary, until the restoration project is completed. See sidebar for the USFWS’s draft timeline and commitments for mosquito abatement at Bandon Marsh NWR.

Timeline and Commitments for Mosquito Abatement U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Draft Timeline and Commitments for Mosquito Abatement at Bandon Marsh NWR, post September 2013 treatment: October 2013 — Meet with experts (mosquito, marsh management, marsh ecology, engineers, hydrologist, equipment operators) to determine design parameters for Phase 4 of restoration project and creation of additional tidal channels. December 2013 — Formulate preliminary design and engineering of tidal channels. Consult with experts on design. Requires analysis of aerial photography and topographic mapping (existing and on the ground). January 2014 — Finalize design and engineering plans for tidal channel construction. January–March 2014 — Complete administrative/permitting requirements ■ Submit pesticide use proposals ■ Prepare compatibility determination for mosquito monitoring/control ■ Finalize Endangered Species Act section 7 consultation with National Marine Fisheries Service for phase 4 of restoration project (i.e. abatement of mosquitoes through tidal channel construction) ■ Obtain U.S. Army Corps of Engineers permit ■ Obtain Department of State Lands permit ■ Obtain consistency determi-

the port of Port Orford was last dredged in 2010. Ports and small coastal waterways are among Oregon’s most valuable assets, providing a crucial employment base in Oregon’s rural counties while helping to maintain and create jobs across the state, the release stated. A 2013 economic impact study analyzing the Port of Bandon illustrates the positive economic effects small ports

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Pastor Jose Agosto 541-404-1175 Head Elder Allan Cram 541-297-6575 Church & Fellowship Center

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8 a.m. Communion Services on Monday and Tuesday 8 a.m Friday Mass 5:30 p.m. Daily Mass in Church on Wednesdays Noon Daily Mass in Chapel on Thurs. Adoration Fridays: 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday Vigil Mass: 5 p.m. Sunday Mass: 10:30 a.m.

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Public Record Bandon police report Sept. 10 7:24 a.m., theft from vehicle reported in the 300 block of Fillmore Avenue. 12:23 p.m., sex offender registered in the Bandon area. Uploaded to Sex Offender Registry. 2:12 p.m., burglary reported in the 800 block of Portland Avenue. Door kicked in, report taken. 2:32 p.m., phone harassment reported in the 800 block of First Street Southeast. Caller wants warned. suspect Investigation continuing, possible connection to previous menacing report. Sept. 11 5:37 a.m., woman on cell reporting motor vehicle injury accident at Fourth and Elmira; paper delivery person struck a male pedestrian who is on the ground. Report taken. 7:35 a.m. woman at police department wants to see an officer regarding a restraining order. Contacted woman, who just had questions. 7:47 a.m., suspicious person lying beside the thrift store next door in the 50000 block of U.S. Highway 101, unknown if alive or not. Person was fine. 8:15 a.m., caller found drug paraphernalia on the sidewalk in front of house in the area of Fourth Street. Located, seized for destruction. 8:31 a.m., all traffic lights out in all directions at the U.S. Highway 101 and 11th Street intersection. Public works putting up signs, notified Oregon Department of Transportation. 8:51 a.m., Bay Cities Ambulance responded to report of deceased person in the 400 block of Fourth

Street Southwest. by Amling Removed Schroeder, next of kin notified. 10:28 a.m., caller reported vehicle parked for a couple of days on the side of the Road on Ohio Avenue Southeast, seems strange. 3:38 p.m., Oregon State Police requested Bandon Police Department check on disabled motorist two miles south of Bandon. Checked area to four miles south, unable to locate person holding sign. 4:43 p.m., out on report of disturbance in the Price ‘n Pride parking lot, woman and man fighting, door of suspect’s vehicle hit victim’s vehicle when woman was attempting to exit. Unable to locate. 7:28 p.m., man on cell phone reports 10-12 kids hiding behind his business on North Avenue smoking pot. The kids are attending church, about 10-16-years old and are near the car wash before the gym. Sept. 12 4 a.m., attempted burglary in the 600 block of Caroline Avenue. Caller contacted. 10:01 a.m., criminal trespass in progress in the 500 block of Franklin Ave. Not as reported. 1:14 p.m., missing person in the 1200 block of June Avenue. Entered LEDS/NCIC as missing. 2:05 p.m., suspicious vehicle in the 55000 block of Rosa Road. Believes vehicle is associated with house sitters for property. Sept. 13 10:19 a.m., theft of services in the 1300 block of Oregon Avenue. Logged for information. 11:19 a.m., caller is receiving text messages

from suspect, believes suspect is following caller. 5:03 p.m., person who was banned from an apartment in the 1500 block of Harvard Street is now in apartment. Unable to make with suspect. contact Appears to be a civil problem. Sept. 14 1:36 a.m., attempt to locate a drunk driver in the area of Highway 101 and Second Street. Unable to locate. 2:43 a.m., harassment via Facebook reported in the 700 block of Ninth Street Southeast. 4:37 a.m., caller in the 3000 block of Oregon Avenue hears man and woman fighting. Checked, verbal only. 3:49 a.m., two windows shot out of vehicle in the 1100 block of Second Street Southeast. 5:45 a.m., people who fired shots inside returned and are inside room in the 1100 block of Second Street Southeast. 5:48 a.m., man in the 500 block of Ninth Street Southwest slashed his wrists, Bay Cities Ambulance transferred him to Bay Area Hospital. 11:59 a.m., cars parking in the trailer area of the Port of Bandon boat launch ramp. Checked, refereed any future complaints to the port. 12:18 a.m., assisted public in the 1100 block of Baltimore Avenue. Caller contacted by phone, information obtained. 1:31 p.m., violation of release agreement in the 1100 block of Michigan Avenue. Caller never recalled. Logged for information. 1:52 p.m., possible violation of restraining order in

Obituary Betty Jo Keeler April 5, 1927 - Sept. 11, 2013 Graveside services for Port Orford resident, Betty Jo Keeler, 86, will be held at 11 a.m., Saturday, Sept. 21, at the IOOF Cemetery in Bandon. Betty was born April 5, 1927, in Lebanon, the daughter of Paul and Mary Wiley Heyne. She died in Bandon Sept. 11, 2013. Betty is survived by her children, JoAnne and Bob Worrel, Tom and Carol

Keeler, Sandee and Dave Henderson, Kathy Keeler, John Keeler, Susan Jones and Debrah Keeler; 22 grandchildren; 30 great-grandchildren; and one greatgreat-grandchild. She was preceded in death by her husband, Floyd R. “Bob” Keeler in 1990; and one grandchild, who died at birth. Arrangements are under the direction of Amling Schroeder Funeral Service, Bandon, 541-347-2907. Sign the guestbook at www.theworldlink.com.

the 800 block of First Street Southeast. Caller advised that man had driven past her house, violating the restraining order. He hadn’t said anything or done anything, just drove by. Information to Bandon police, handled. 5:22 p.m., ongoing problem with neighbor’s dog barking in the 400 block of Ninth Street Southeast. Intermittent barking does not meet criteria. Logged for information. 10:09 p.m., as the result of a traffic stop, arrested Pedro Alberto Reyes-Villa, 21, of Bandon, on a charge of driving under the influence of intoxicants. Taken to Coos County jail. Sept. 15 2:54 a.m., person knocking on front door in the 800 block of Allegany. Person gone upon arrival. 4:19 a.m., loud party complaint in the area of Seventh and Michigan. Checked area, quiet upon arrival. 1:15 p.m., unknown man reported intoxicated men sitting on unstable portions of the bluff in the area of First and Oregon and he fears for their safety. Not intoxicated, no problem. phone 1:54 p.m., harassment in the 700 block of Ninth Street Southeast. Suspect warned regarding harassment and not to contact victim via Facebook. 2:22 p.m., accident, vehicle in ditch in the area of 11th Street and Rosa Road. Towed by North Bend Towing. 1:09 p.m., woman in the 1100 block of Eighth Street Northeast requested assistance getting dog back. Dog has been returned.

Death Notice E ne s w or t h “Pi xi e ” McLeod — 91, of Langlois, died Sept. 11, 2013, in Langlois. Arrangements are pending with Amling Schroeder Funeral Service, Bandon, 541347-2907.

Deep-sea wind power developer hosts town hall meeting in North Bend NORTH BEND — Renewable energy techdeveloper nology Principle Power will host a Town Hall meeting from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday, Sept. 23, at the North Bend Public Library, 1800 Sherman Ave., to update the community on the WindFloat proposed Pacific Demonstration Project.

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approximately 15-18 miles offshore of Coos Bay. The company will provide information about the WindFloat and a status update on the proposed WindFloat Pacific project, in addition to discussion of questions related to research and future opportunities for public comment. The WindFloat is a floating foundation for wind turbines that enables strategic placement to minimize impacts to ocean and natural users resources, while capitalizing on the highest

capacity wind resources. In addition, there will be representatives from the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management and Northwest Pacific National Laboratory of Seattle. One of 10 national labs managed by the Department of Energy’s Office of Science, PNNL leads the identification and risk-based assessment of environmental effects of offshore wind development, energy while also contributing significant resources for atmospheric science research.

City Park cleanup set for Saturday BANDON — The Parks and Recreation Commission is seeking volunteers to help with tree and shrub planting, weeding and general cleanup of the City Park from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, Sept. 21. The commission will be planting 21 trees west

of the newly-installed Pump Track. Volunteers should wear old shoes and bring gloves and a shovel. Refreshments will be available. For more information, contact Michelle Hampton at 541-3472437.

BandonPrepares planning preparedness faire, classes BANDON — BandonPrepares urges residents to remember that when disaster strikes, it is too late to prepare. The organization was founded to encourage all the people of Bandon to come together and plan to support each other when the professional first responders are overwhelmed. Everyone is encouraged to participate in the Map Your Neighborhood program. The first steps are to define a neighborhood, get to know neighbors, then have a meeting. The meeting, which includes a video provided at no charge from BandonPrepares, takes participants through a step-by-step process to fill in supplied brochures to list people, pets, needs, skills and equipment, then plan a team approach for helping each other. For more information on the Map Your Neighborhood program, visit the BandonPrepares website at www.banprep.org and click on the “contact us” link. To help the community understand the issues and needs, BandonPrepares is hosting a Preparedness Faire from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28 at The Barn, 1200 11th St. S.W. in City Park. George Priest of the Oregon Department of Geology and Minerals will be the Keynote Speaker, joined by city and county emergency preparedness speakers. The Preparedness Faire will feature a number of display tables and information on emergency preparedness, including city hall, police and fire Q&A; ham operators; Map Your Neighborhood; Red Cross; LDS stored food resources; how to build a rocket stove from a coffee can; Coos County North Bend Preppers; Grab & Go Kit sample, which will be given away in a raffle; and a survival bracelets vendor. To register, use the form on the BandonPrepares website. The class is free of charge. In addition, Community Emergency Response Team Training will be offered at the Southwestern Oregon Community College campus. The Bandon class is full. The eight classes will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Thursdays starting on Oct. 3 and continuing through Nov. 21 at Stensland Hall, room 204. Participants will acquire the knowledge and skills needed to respond to emergencies and will prepare the community to organize one or more CERT teams.

Births Riverbend Hospital J a m es a n d T i f f a n y Freitag of Bandon joyfully announce the arrival of their twin sons born on Aug. 2, 2013. Kaden James weighed 5 pounds, 5 ounces and was 19 inches L uc as M a j er long. weighed 3 pounds, 9 ounces and was 17 inches long.

Bay Area Hospital A lla s t e r Lee LaTourrette-Murphy was born at 12:51 p.m., Aug. 24, 2013, weighing 4 pounds, 15 1/2 ounces. Parents are Stephen LaTourette-Murphy and M ar y L o mb a r d i of

Bandon. Ak a y lu s M a y R o s e Keeler was born at 4:40 a.m., Aug. 31, 2013, weighing 5 pounds, 15 ounces. Parents are James Mickelson and Sheena Dishner of Sixes. De dr i c k Jam e s McClurg was born at 11:17 p.m., Sept. 2, 2013, weighing 8 pounds, 15 4/10 ounces. Parent is Mykaela Hofferber of Bandon. Paige Johnson was born at 5:15 a.m., Sept. 4, 2013, weighing 8 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces. Parents are Andy Johnson and Mindy Boston of Bandon.

Hospital Board to meet a day earlier BANDON — The Southern Coos Health District Board of Directors will hold a special board meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 25, in Southern Coos Hospital’s Conference Room in Bandon. This meeting will replace the normally scheduled board meeting usually set or the fourth Thursday of the month. Among items to be addressed by the board are re-appointment of attorney; review of benchmark reports including a monthly risk management report and staff reports on district operations for August.


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Drive-through influenza Bandon Feeds the Hungry set for Oct. 5 shot clinic returns Oct. 1 BANDON — It’s time to roll up your sleeve to protect yourself from two varieties of seasonal flu and the H1N1 virus. Southern Coos Hospital will again be offering its free drive-up flu clinic on Tuesday, Oct. 1. The gate will open at 7 a.m. and the event will continue until 2 p.m. or when all 700 doses have been administered. Often that occurs about noon so people are encouraged to come early. The city of Bandon is again providing its property at the corner of Elmira and 11th Street in Bandon as the site for the clinic. People will enter from 11th Street and exit on 13th Street to Rosa Road.The hospital will pitch its large white tent so those who prefer to walk inside to be vaccinated may do so. Nursing staff will provide several stations to keep

traffic moving and minimize the time it takes for people to receive their shot. Required paperwork will be distributed as people enter the site and collected before the vaccination. Donations to Southern Coos Health Foundation will be accepted to help cover the $7,000 cost of the vaccine. A grant from the 2013 Immunize Oregon coalition will help pay for supplies and personnel. Those receiving the vaccinations will be participating in a disaster preparedness exercise that is a cooperative effort between Southern Coos Hospital & Health Center in Bandon and the City of Bandon. People arriving at the site to get flu vaccinations will create an influx similar to what might be expected during a disaster, hospital officials explain. “If we had a flu pan-

demic or a disaster where a lot of people were needing medical attention, we would triage away from the hospital to minimize confusion and congestion,” said Debra Allen, a registered nurse with Southern Coos Hospital who is organizing the event this year. “We would treat those who did not need to be hospitalized and refer only the ones who did. This drill will allow us, the city and our residents a practice run that will be helpful should we ever have to respond to a real disaster. And we are glad to be able to offer you flu vaccinations without any charge to you.” Anyone age 18 and above is eligible to participate providing they are not sick that day, do not have allergy to eggs or a component of the vaccination and have never had a serious reaction to past flu vaccinations.

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Fuller; the Gold Coast Chorus; Marlo Dance Studio dancers; Kevin and Kim Paulson with Cynthia Leaf Robertson; Steven Robb and Eric VonBosse; The Silvertones featuring Elaine Beausoleil and Bella Schwartz; Marin Sterling; Teagan Sterling; Kelley Straley; Lori Straley; Gareth Williams,accompanied by Bobbi Neason; Kylie Wilson; and Jenn Winchell. “Be sure to attend our show and remember to bring a non-perishable food item and be eligible for a door prize at the end of the show,” said organizer Lyn Silverman. Bandon Feeds the Hungry will benefit the five food assistance programs in Bandon: Bandon Senior Nutrition, Coastal Harvest Gleaners, E.A.T. (Everyone at the Table), Good Neighbors Food Bank and Restoration Church Food Pantry. Those wishing to donate silent auction items or door prizes or for more information can call Silverman at 541-347-1585.

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Forget-Me-Knots celebrates 25 years BANDON — ForgetMe-Knots Quilt Shop will celebrate 25 years in business from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday, Sept. 27, and from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28. The quilt shop was opened in September 1988 by Janice Mottau in the small area at the back of the Wheelhouse Restaurant. In 1997, they outgrew their space and moved to a larger and brighter area in Old Town. Then in 1999, Michelle Hagglund, the current owner, pur-

Michelle Hagglund poses in her quilt shop, Forget-Me-Knots. chased the quilt shop with her first employee, Nancy Sturtevant. In

2002, Hagglund moved to the waterfront area and in April 2006, she

moved the shop to her current location on U.S. Highway 101 just off

Fillmore, next to Face Rock Creamery. “Join me and my wonderful staff at Forget-Me-Knots Quilt Shop for a spectacular celebration with door prizes, 25 percent off regular-priced items, cake and refreshments and a quilt show located in the upstairs quilt retreat area,” Hagglund said. “A special memorial quilt exhibit will be on display. Forget-MeKnots Quilts Shop is excited to share this milestone with you.”

Alive After Five returns on unusual fourth Friday BANDON — The Greater Bandon Association is preparing for Bandon’s fourth Alive After Five! For this month only, the usual third Friday of the month

activity has been moved back a week so the event will run from 5 to 8 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 27. This month’s Alive After Five will include a 40th Anniversary Party

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SWOCC’s Welcome Expo nears As fall approaches, Southwestern Oregon Community College is preparing for its annual new student orientation. Traditionally, this has been a time for incoming students to become acquainted with college life at SWOCC, as well as the surrounding community of the South Coast. SWOCC has averaged more than 250 new students attending the orientation activities and the turnout is expected to be at least that his year. Many new students re from other hometowns and are not familiar with what the local community has to offer. SWOCC will host a free Welcome Expo from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 28, and businesses are invited to attend.Table space and a banner with the organization’s name will be providedto the first 40 who register. There is no registration fee. Those interested are encouraged to bring handouts, gifts, coupons, games and other entertaining ideas to this fun,interactive event, said organizer Trish McMichael. “Please let us know ahead of time if you are offering any discounts, coupons or freebies that McMichael weekend,” said. “We would like to share that with the students and their families ahead of time.” The Associated Student Government of SWOCC will host a free barbecue and everyone from the organizations in attendance are invited to participate. Burgers and hot dogs will be ready at 11:30 a.m. Contact Trish McMichael at 541-8887349 or no later than Sept. 23 to reserve table space.


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Thursday, September 19, 2013

Cranberry Bowl: Oakland 49, Bandon 6

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Into the line Tiger quarterback Shawn Peters hands the ball off to Will Lozano on a play Saturday afternoon against Oakland during the annual Cranberry Bowl game in Bandon.

Tigers look forward after loss By John Gunther Bandon Western World

BANDON — When the final buzzer sounded and Bandon’s fate was sealed in the misty Cranberry Bowl on Saturday, the Tigers started looking ahead to what they could learn from their 49-6 loss at the hands of Oakland, the defending Class 2A state champions. Oakland dominated the line of scrimmage, shutting down the Tigers’ option attack all day and keeping Bandon without a first down in the entire first half. And the Oakers feasted on good field position, starting all seven of their scoring drives in Bandon territory after either turnovers — the Tigers lost three fumbles — or short punts in the wind. “They’re a good football team,” Bandon coach Silia Polamalu said. “They feasted on the mistakes we

made. Good teams do that.” Polamalu actually was pleased with his team’s defense most of the game. Oakland didn’t hit many big plays. “Our defense was pretty good for the second game,” he said. The bigger concern was why Bandon never got going on offense. Polamalu thought the Tigers could run at the Oakers. “They were more active on the line than I thought,” he said. But another issue was Bandon’s players not working straight through to the whistle every play. In the option offense, all the linemen need to do their part to open the holes. “We’re still not carrying out our assignments every play,” Polamalu said, adding several plays looked like they were going to gain good yards before breaking down. Bandon managed just 71 yards on

the ground, including 30 by fullback Will Lozano and 29 by quarterback Shawn Peters. The Tigers avoided the shutout early in the fourth quarter, when Lozano plowed across the goal line to finish a drive that started with a long kickoff return by Trae Dyer and included Peters’ only completion, a 16-yard gain to Tristian Davidson. That gave Bandon at least one positive on offense going into two weeks of practice before the game against Chiloquin — which will be played at Douglas High School in Winston. “We’ve got to make sure we work on our techniques,” Peters said. The quarterback said he still is confident Bandon can have a good season. The Tigers might not see another team like Oakland. “I’m still pretty excited,” he said. “That was a really good team. Possibly the best we’ll play.”

Cross country girls look strong again By John Gunther Bandon Western World

The Bandon girls cross country team looks like a group capable of winning another trophy at the state meet, where they placed third last fall. “This year we’re going to kill it,” said Sarah Cutler after Bandon placed third at the seaTugman son-opening Invitational. “We’re all super-psyched for state.” First things first, the Tigers need to stay healthy and improve. At Tugman, Aida Santoro (20 minutes, 55 seconds) edged Cutler (20:56) at the line, as they finished fourth and fifth behind runners from Marshfield and Siuslaw. “It is the first meet,” Santoro said. “We have lots of improving to do.”

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Pack of Tigers Bandon’s Aida Santoro, right, Sarah Cutler, center, and Weston Jennings run at the Tugman Invitational. Weston Jennings, like Santoro and Cutler just a sophomore, was 11th in 21:59. Shelby Tobiska was 25th (23:02) and Liza Skeie was 44th (25:48). Bandon coach Brent

Hutton was thrilled with his team, especially Tobiska and Skeie. “Shelby and Liza have really stepped up,” he said. “Shelby PRed by two minutes from last season

and she’s still got a ton of improvement to do.” Drayton Jennings led Bandon’s boys in 35th (19:29), with Zane Olive 36th (19:30), Gabriel Castelli 52nd (22:13), Nicholas Begins 60th (23:17) and Leo McGeehon 61st (23:30). Bandon also has gotten a lift from Robert Martino, a basketball and baseball player who joined the team this fall to get in shape for his other sports. “He’s willing to push hard and he’s mentally tough,” Hutton said of Martino, who did not run at Tugman. Bandon competes Saturday in the Prefontaine Memorial Run at Coos Bay and then Tuesday in the Pacific Invitational at Cape Blanco State Park.

The Bandon volleyball team got its Sunset Conference season off to a great start with a win at Gold Beach last week and now focuses on its first critical match with Coquille tonight and its annual home tournament Saturday. The Tigers bounced back from a first-game defeat to beat Gold Beach 23-25, 25-11, 25-14, 25-9. Cheyenne Young led the Tigers with 13 kills and 16 digs. Raelyn Freitag recorded 11 kills and 16 digs and setter Hope Richert had 34 assists and four aces. The first big league match is today, since Gold Beach is a Class 2A team and it’s Coquille and Glide that Bandon is battling with for the league’s two Class 3A playoff berths. “We’ve faced them twice now,” said Bandon coach Courtney Freitag. “I have a pretty good idea of what they have.” The Tigers thumped the Red Devils in the season-opening jamboree, and then split with them in a pair of pool matches during their first tournament — both events in Reedsport. “The first time it looked like it was going to be open and shut,” Freitag said. “The second time, it was a totally different experience.” But she’s confident in her team. “We are more than capable of beating them,” she said. “The girls need to stay confident and aggressive.” The Red Devils are 0-2

in league, having dropped a tight five-set match with Reedsport and then losing in three sets at Glide. After tonight’s match, the Tigers turn around and host the Bandon Invitational, which this year will have 12 teams. “Saturday is exciting,” Freitag said. “It’s more hands-on ball.” That game experience is valuable, especially early in the season, she said. Bandon will be in a pool with Pacific, Illinois Valley and North Douglas, playing two sets against each of the other teams in their roundrobin matches in Harbor Lights gym. The Tigers have their first match at 9 a.m. against Illinois Valley. Pool B includes Coquille, Yoncalla, Lakeview and Riddle. Pool C has Rogue River, Oakland, Umpqua Valley Christian and Brookings-Harbor’s junior varsity. Both of those pools will play in the main gym, on side-by-side courts. After all of the pool matches, the field will be split into championship and consolation brackets, with the top two teams from each pool going into the championship bracket and the lower two into the consolation bracket. With six teams in each bracket, the top two teams according to the OSAA power rankings will advance directly to the semifinals. This is the second year of the event. “Hopefully this will be a tournament that lasts for a long time,” Freitag said. “It’s exciting to have the parents to come and the kids.” Admission for the entire day is $4 for adults and $3 for students.

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Fall Chinook season kicking in right on schedule Local lakes: Trout fishing continues to be slow in local lakes and ponds due to the warm water temperatures. The fall stocking of rainbow trout is not scheduled until the end of September for Bradley Lake, and early October for Empire Lakes, Saunders Lake, and Powers Pond. Anglers large mouth bass fishing out at local lakes and ponds are still reporting good action. Lake weekend, several bass were taken out at Empire Lakes in Coos Bay. Empire lakes has a few shallow fingers with lots of cover, which is perfect habitat for large mouth bass. Top-water baits are ideal in the think cover. Local rivers: Larry from the Rogue Outdoor Store told me that salmon fishing in the bay at Gold Beach picked up a

bit last weekend. Some big Cobb reported catching three FISHING Chinook are being caught, along limits of Chinook for his client REPORT with a few fin clipped coho. Monday near the Marshfield Fall Chinook fishing on the channel. The average size lower Coquille River has started Chinook being caught in Coos to kick into gear. Plenty of Bay has been 12 to 15 pounds Chinook are being caught from with lots of each salmon mixed the river mouth up to Bear in. Creek. A few big wild coho have Anglers fishing the Umpqua been taken in the bay. Our River are still reporting decent angler brought in a coho that fall Chinook fishing. Last weighed in at 17 pounds which Sunday the Umpqua opened for he caught trolling a pink Blue TONY wild coho from the mouth up to ROSZKOWSKI the Scottsburg bridge. The seaFox spinner. Salmon fishing continues to son is open until Nov. 30 or be excellent up in Coos Bay. Anglers are when 3,000 coho are tagged. Pacific Ocean: Ocean salmon fishreporting good numbers of Chinook being caught from the chip pile to the ing has remained good with a mixed bag McCullough Bridge. Local guide Bob of Chinook and coho salmon being

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205 Construction LOOKING FOR CARPENTER, own tools and transportation. $10/hr. 541-347-6141.

206 Customer Service SUBWAY IS seeking friendly, energetic, reliable employees! Prefer open, full availability. Apply in person at the Bandon Shopping Center or online. Part time/ full time available.

207 Drivers DRIVERS: We value our drivers as our most IMPORTANT ASSET!! YOU make us successful!! Top Pay, Benefits Package! CDL-A Required. Join our team NOW! 1-888-414-4467 www.GOHANEY.com OCAN Drivers - Whether you have experience or need training, we offer unbeatable career opportunities. Trainee, Company Driver, LEASE OPERATOR, LEASE TRAINERS ( 8 7 7 ) 3 6 9 - 7 1 0 4 www.centraltruckdrivingjobs.com OCAN Gordon Trucking, Inc. CDL-A Drivers Needed! Dedicated and OTR A better Carrier. A better Career. $1500 Sign On Bonus Consistent Miles & Time Off! Benefits, 401k, EOE. Call 7 days/week 866-435-8590 OCAN

HOME BOUND MEALS/ RELIEF DRIVERS needed in the Coos Bay/ North Bend area. Valid ODL and reliable transportation required. Required application at South Coast Business Employment Corporation, 93781 Newport Lane in Coos Bay. 541-269-2013 SCBEC is an EOE.

208 Education Bandon School District now accepting applications for: 3.75 hours/day Special Ed. Assistant. Applications available at the Bandon School District Office or www.bandon.k12.or.us. Call 347-4411 for information.

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Come see Heidi at Dr. Holland’s for all your skin care needs. Ask about our laser treatments, Botox, juvederm, facials and waxing. September Special: Glycolic gel peel treatment Originally $95 Special $75 541-347-5191 x. 1756 COMPUTER PROBLEMS? Bandon businesses have relied on TechSupport since 1994. For on-site service and personal attention with over 35 years experience, call Jeff today. Helping home and business computer users in Coos and Curry counties. V/MC/D/AMEX - 541-297-3915. DENTAL IMPLANTS. Would you like to have your own teeth back again? Dentures are not the only answer. Call today to schedule a complimentary consult with Dr. Brent Pahls, D.D.S., your smile starts here! Conveniently located in Coquille. 346 N. Central Blvd. 541-396-2242. DIVORCE $155. Complete preparation. Includes children, custody, support, property and bills division. No court appearances. Divorced in 1-5 weeks possible. 503-772-5295. w w w. p a r a l e g a l a l t e r n a t i ve s . c o m divorce@usa.com OCAN FALL BACK to Bandon Fitness now that the kids are back in school and you have more time to take care of yourself! We missed you this summer!

Applications available online at www.bandondunesgolf.com or in person at 57744 Round Lake Drive, Bandon, OR 97411 Fax applications to 541-347-5850 or email to jobs@bandondunesgolf.com

SEPTEMBER LOAN of the Month: Looking for a committed relationship? You have home team advantage right here. What more can be said? Call Keeli Gernandt 541-347-9992, Eagle Home Mortgage, NMLS 590542. Equal Opportunity Lender, this is not a commitment to lend.

Bandon School District now accepting applications for: 2 Middle School Girl’s Basketball Coaches. Call Bandon School District Office 541-347-4411 for information. INDEPENDENT CONTRACTORS: FT/PT hair stylists, nail tech, 2 massage/ treatment rooms available. Vicki G. Hair & Spa. Contact Courtney @ 541-297-2633. 1st month special. Journeyman Line Worker Full-Time/ Port Orford Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, Inc. Coos-Curry Electric Cooperative, Inc. is seeking qualified applicants with a positive and reliable work ethic for the position of Journeyman Line Worker. This is an excellent opportunity with a rural electric Cooperative on the Southern Coast of Oregon. CCEC is an equal opportunity employer. We offer a competitive wage and benefit package with a 4 - 10 work week M-Th. Closing Date: 10/07/2013 TO APPLY: Preferably visit our website www.ccec.coop for more information and applying on-line. Or fax and mail resume/work history, Attn: Human Resources Fax 541-332-8839, PO Box 1268, Port Orford, OR 97465.

Millwright - Gilchrist, OR 5 years industry experience Machinery repair and PM exp. required. Please apply to debb.kraft@interfor.com Interfor offers a competitive salary and benefits package. All applicants offered a position must complete a pre-employment drug screen. EOE A unique opportunity for an individual with retail management experience. South Coast Hospice (SCH) is interviewing for our Thrift store Manager position Applicants must be adept at setting & attaining goals, & encouraging a collaborative workplace. Of great importance are: strong verbal and written skills, high level computer skills, & excellent people skills as this manager will work alongside the team. Critical thinking skills mandatory, must be able to multi-task, always working toward the “Big Picture” goals. Maintains a professional, friendly presence, promoting the store, employees, & customers well-being, as a representative of our community based not-for-profit South Coast Hospice outreach service. The Thrift Store is SCH’s ongoing major fund raising project helping us to better serve our Hospice patients & families. Full time position, excellent team, wage commensurate with experience. For more information call Carol Gardner 541-269-2986. WANTED: someone to lay ceramic floor tile. 541-347-4929.

214 Retail HELP WANTED: retail position available in Bandon Cranberry Sweets store. Apply in person at 280 First St.

215 Sales EARN $500 A DAY: Insurance Agents Needed; Leads, No Cold Calls; Commissions Paid Daily; Lifetime Renewals; Complete Training; Health/Dental Insurance; Life License Required. Call 1-888-713-6020 OCAN

Care Giving 225 227 Elderly Care CAREGIVER/ CNA WORK. Experienced, 541-297-0073.

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306 Jobs Wanted 101 Computers 347-7507 Repair  Restore  Replace Reasonable. Call Larry A REPAIR Guy - Quality Home, rental & vacation repairs and remodeling. Paul 541-347-3383. CCB# 150603. BOBCAT WORK, gravel work, driveways, leveling, etc. Call Jim @ 541-347-2316. CCB# 117930.

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Contact Susana Norton at 541-269-1222 ext.255 DRAGON CLOCK & Camera, certified clock maker. Quality clock and camera repair- call Cliff @ 541-404-4488 DUMP HAULING: appliances, metal, misc. construction, wood, editing. Since ‘92, Paul 541-396-2901. EXCAVATION, SITE prep, stump removal, clearing, road repair and rock, gravel, sand available. Wm. Strebendt Trucking & Excavating. 541-347-5104 CCB #176198. FH CONSTRUCTION: We do it all! Call 541-347-6141. CCB# 165995. FOR A JOB WELL DONE, housekeeping & Girl Friday services. *References* Heather, 530-356-8750. Interest List for future openings: Independent Contract Newspaper Carrier. Contact Susana Norton at 541-269-1222 ext. 255

ONCE A WEEK DELIVERY The World Link- Free Paper. Contact Susana Norton at 541-269-1222 ext. 255 PIONEER ROOFING for all your roofing needs. Composition shingles, hot tar, metal, wood, tile roofing, moss removal & roof treatment. Senior discounts. Free estimates. Bonded & insured. 541-260-1277. CCB #126815. ROOFING REPAIRS: Don’t wait until the last minute before winter to get your leaking roof repaired or replaced. Free estimates. A.C. Construction. Call Jim @ 541-347-2316. CCB# 117930. SEEK CARETAKING POSITION. Have ‘09 40-ft. Park model. Need 50 amp circuits. 541-999-1479. SENIORS: Do You Need Help with grocery shopping, errands, chauffeuring (Dr.’s appts., or other appts., etc.) or help around the house, etc. Call Rae. Reliable. References. 541-332-0229.

Notices 400 402 Auctions MAJOR Coin Auction Sun, Sept 22, 1 pm, Salem Comfort Suites 630 Hawthorne Ave. SE. Gold, silver dollar, dealer lots, slabs, type. Catalogue: MontesInc.com.503-769-7183 OCAN

403 Found FOUND: VIDEO CAMERA on bench at Coquille Point. Call to identify, 541-329-0371.

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PROSTATE Cancer Screening: PSA $35.00 test free Sept. 16-22 at Southern $15.00 Coos Hospital to all men age 50 and above living in the Southern Coos $45.00 Health District and south through Port $20.00 Orford. No appointment necessary. $55.00 Check in at reception. Lab hours for this test are Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. and Saturday and Sun$59.95 day, 8 a.m-11 p.m. Tests will be paid by a fund established by Southern Coos Health Foundation.

TREE SERVICE: Blue Sky Tree Service & Preservation LLC. Locally owned and operated. Consulting Certified Arborist, Consulting Certified Tree $15.00 Risk Assessor, Consulting Historical Tree Preservation Specialist. Hazard tree removal. Lot & land clearing, brush chipping, stump grinding. Call for free estimates. CCB# 152469. 541-347-7400.

QUICHE! ... Now taking orders for 2LOONS QUICHE... your favorites... Lorraine... Green Chile 3 Cheese... Spinach Romano... Artichoke Jalapeno... Roasted Red Pepper Asiago... Asparagus Jarlsburg... and more! Delivered to your door... 541-347-4291 or 541-290-5874. 2LOONS CATERING CO. (No longer affiliated with 2 Loons Cafe). SEA STAR BISTRO, fresh homemade clam chowder made daily, soups, salads, morning & lunch sandwiches, Baja style shrimp, fish or chicken tacos, kids menu, desserts & more. 230 Second St. SE, Old Town, Bandon. 541-290-1819.New fall & winter hours: 11am-4pm Tues.-Sat. Phone orders welcome. Check us out, www.seastarbistro.com for full menu.

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THE WOOL COMPANY is having a store wide 20% off sale starting Tuesday, Sept. 3! Come and get it before it’s all gone! 541-347-3912.

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VEGETARIAN SATURDAYS AT JEFFREY’S, Healthy, Delicious Food. Hwy 101 & Beach Loop. Open Saturdays 11-7. 541-217-0564

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Lost & Lost Pets 6 lines - 3 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, and The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobile. LOST: LARGE DESERT TURTLE, 80 lbs., Prosper Junction area. Reward! 541-347-4433 or 541-329-0120.

406 Public Notices *BUYING REAL ESTATE IN BANDON? Allen & Company Real Estate LLC can help! From finding the best value through managing a successful purchase - for great service with a big smile CALL PENNY NOW at 541-290-5694 or 541-329-0497. It’s a terrific time to buy Bandon real estate! ANNUAL TITLE I parents meeting, 6:30 p.m., Sept. 19, Room 18, Ocean Crest Elementary school. BANDON MARSH MOSQUITO MEETING Presented By: Coos County Today Subject: Class Action Lawsuit against The US Fish & Wildlife Service When: September 21, 2013 Saturday, 11 am Where: The Bandon Barn/ Community Center 1200 11th Street Southwest Bandon, OR 97411 Contact: Rob Taylor at CoosCountyWatchdog@hotmail.com BEACH RIDES, Bandon Beach Riding Stables. 54629 Beach Loop Dr., 3 mi. south of town. All ages welcome. Open at 10 a.m., seven days a week, all year. 541-347-3423. BHS CLASS of ‘15 - Triple Threat! Car wash, bottle drive, bake sale. Sat., Sept. 21, 10:30-3:30 at Napa. Free bottle pickup. Call 541-294-0432. COFFEE WITH a Councilor. City Councilor Mike Claassen will be at Brewed Awakenings this Saturday morning from 10 - 11 listening to your suggestions for making Bandon a better place to live. DEVON’S BOUTIQUE AWARDED “Best of the South Coast” Women’s Boutique by The World newspaper. Come see what all the excitement’s about! Devon’s features first of its kind apparel, shoes and accessories personally selected for fabulous feel, unique style and easy travel. Enjoy yourself in a true Women’s Boutique. 92 Second St., Old Town. DIABETIC SUPPORT Group meets Thursday, Sept. 19, 2-3 p.m. at Bandon Library conference room. Free and open to the public. Robin Summers, RN and Certified Diabetes Educator, provides information to help people living with diabetes and those who care for them. Sponsored by Southern Coos Hospital and Health Center. “We’re Here for Life!” FOLEY’S IRISH PUB now open 7 days a week. 541-329-2203 Mon.-Fri. 11 am. Sat & Sun 8am for breakfast. We have all football packages. We would like to thank everyone in the community for the good will and support we have received. Special thanks to Sheri McGrath, Robert Eichelberger, and workers and subs that helped us put it together. Noel and Heidi FREE HOMESTYLE Dinner, provided by E.A.T. (Everyone at Table) every Tues. 5:30 - 6:30 PM at The Barn. Donations accepted. 541-404-2268. EAT is an Equal Opportunity Provider. HANDS AND TANS is offering $40 facials for the month of September. Come on in for a nice relaxing treat now that the kids are back in school... Also don’t forget we now have Amanda Fuller now taking appts for Spa Pedicures and Manicures. Call us at 541-329-1826 or come in just to say hi and check out our Handbags, or a quick easy spray tan.Located at the Bandon Shopping Center. HANDSPINNING CLASS, beginning/ intermediate, Sept. 21, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Wild Rivers Wool Factory, 541-348-2033. JOIN US to SEW for charity @ Ladies Dew Valley Club. Quilts, potholders, cutlery for sale. Mon 8-3. 5 mi S Bandon. 541-347-9513. PIZZA SPECIALS: U Bake Giant. Mon. 1 Topping $10. Tues. Veggie $11. Wed. Hawaiian $11. Thurs. 1/2 & 1/2 $11. Fri. Combo $16. Sat. House $12. Sun. Mama’s $12. Bandon Pizza, Bandon Shopping Center, next to Tiffany’s. 541-347-9448 Visa/ MC/ food stamps. Bake + $1. Pizza by the slice, $2.50, 11-6. Open Sunday 1-7. For menu, see bandonpizza.com

We had so much fun celebrating Cranberry Festival that we are extending TRUFFLES! 20% OFF STOREWIDE SALE until Bandon’s Alive After Five on Friday, Sept 27! Open everyday on Hwy 101 & Fillmore. WE’RE DANCIN’ - Marlo Dance Studio classes resume 9/17. Accepting new & returning students in Ballet, Tap, Pilates and Ballroom. Don’t delay, most classes close 10/17. www.marlodance.com 541-347-4616.

Real Estate 500 501 Commercial PUBLISHER’S NOTICE All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Fair Housing Act which makes it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitations or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin, or an intention, to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are hereby informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. To complain of discrimination call HUD toll-free at 1-800-669-9777. The toll-free telephone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.

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407 Personals Congratulations FOLEY’S IRISH PUB on the opening of your business! It’s been a pleasure working with you on plans & permits. Sincerely, Sheri at Bandon Drafting & Design. I WANT TO SAY A BIG “THANK YOU” to the many people who came to my assistance when I tripped and fell when leaving the Post Office on Tuesday morning. I had fallen onto my knees and hit my face on the door frame and was momentarily incapacitated. When I looked up, there was a circle of kind faces all asking if I was all right, picking up my purse, keys and phone and then helping me to my feet. Thank you to all of you and especially to the kind, tall gentleman (a true gentleman) named Bob who insisted that I take his arm so that he could walk me safely to my car. I am so grateful and thankful that we are living in this community of Beautiful Bandon By The Sea whose residents are so very caring. (Apart from bruises, I am fine.) Thank you all again. Sincerely, Helen Stewart. LydiAnna’s Laundromat gives a huge thanks to Anthony & Jamie of Freedom Graphics for creating and bringing to reality the beautiful sign that now hangs above our laundromat and a big thanks to Jason & Aaron of Coast Electric for crawling into a difficult area to bring it power.

Services 425 428 Housekeeping NEED SOMEONE to clean your home? You can call 541-348-2434.

430 Lawn Care PATRICK MYERS TREE SERVICE. Certified arborist. 40 yrs. exp. Free estimates. 541-347-9124 or 541290-7530. Lic. #116632. Stump grinding, hazardous removal, pruning hedges and brush clipping. Serving Bandon area since 1995.

RECENTLY REDUCED! 1996 Manufactured home. Large living Room w/ Sunporch. Formal Dinning Room- 3 Bedrooms/ 2 Bth, open kitchen. 2 car Garage plus Shop. Was $179,000 NOW $165,000. Call 541-267-3639. BEAUTIFUL 4 BEDROOM 3 bath 3 car garage updated Bandon Beach home for sale by owner. Granite counters, hardwood floors, radiant heat, stream on property, steps from beach, private yet close to town. $349K. 1288 Seacrest Dr. 541-551-0985.

 4 BD/2 Bath  1600 + Sq. Ft.  New Kitchen  Oversized Garage $167,500 540 Pacific Ave, Coos Bay Call Shana Jo Armstrong, Principal Broker CENTURY 21 Best Realty 541-267-2221 EXT. 4127 FOR SALE, 887 11th St SW; 3 BD, 2 BA, 1694 sf, Yr 2005, open great room, vault ceilings, granite counter tops, high quality laminate wood floors with radiant heat, pet friendly fenced back yard, 2 car garage. Impeccable condition. Lovely short walk to park, library & beach. Offered at $229,000 Rmls#13187291. Call Gina Morelli of Beach Loop Realty, (541) 347-1800. FOR SALE: Bandon $160,000. Cozy Cedar-Sided Cottage 2BD 1BA 1202 sq ft. Rock fireplace w/myrtle mantle. Custom cabinetry, oversize garage. Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 13417047. FOR SALE: Bandon $219,000. 3BD, 2BA w/separate master suite. Vaulted ceilings, skylights, covered porch, and More! Large yard w/patio. Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 12192017.


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FSBO 2 bed, 2 bath stick built, price reduction to $189,500. See on Zillow or Craig’s List. 1177 2nd St. NE, Bandon. 541-404-2610.

DID YOU know Beach Loop Realty offers property management services? We are licensed, experienced, dependable and are currently 100% occupied. We are looking for more homes to manage! We handle the scheduling of repairs, routine maintenance and perform periodic property checks for your peace of mind. Call Gina Morelli, 541-347-1800.

OCEAN DRIVE. Out of state owner wants sale. Four bedroom, 2.5 bath home in Bandon’s best neighborhood. Includes Fireplace, Kitchen with stainless steel appliances, family room. Bedrooms all with new carpet. $325,000. Call Fred at David L. Davis Real Estate. 1110 Alabama, next to Umpqua Bank. 541-290-9444. 24 hr. Notary Public.

WANTED:HOUSE Coos Bay or North Bend area for under $50,000, in any condition. Have cash and can close quickly. Call Howard

FOR RENT: 14x70 mobile on country lot, 2 min. S of Bandon. 2B, 2B, W/D. No smoking. $650. 541-347-1838. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom with garage, large yard & laundry hookups. Close to schools, park & beach. $775/mo + security deposit. 925-998-3763. HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 bed, 2 bath, large yard. $795. Call 541-743-5508.

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OCEANVIEW Foot of Langlois Mt. 3.26 Acres over 300 Ft. Hwy 101 Frontage clear year round creek and spring No gorse. Above Tsunami Zone build your dream home and business. 350K, Brokers Welcomed. 260-3680

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541-267-6278 RENTAL URGENTLY NEEDED: Seasoned caretakers seek modest rental and/or caretake option, rural area. Exchange for landscape gardening, housekeeping or managerial work. Quiet, drug-free non-smokers. Excellent credentials. 541-332-0383.

Rentals 600 601 Apartments 2 bedroom, 1 bath in Coos Bay, 580 Schetter Ave. Refrigerator, range & dishwasher, storage. W/S/G paid. Coin-op laundry. $525/mo + $525 security deposit. NO Pets.Call 541-294-8808.

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Rural 5 bdrm, 2 bth, approx 2700 sq ft. 8 miles from town. Located on 150 acre farm. Refs, lease req’d $1250/mo, first, last & security. 916-296-8525. LEASE WITH OPTION. NEW studio 2 story 900 sq ft., plus garage. Lake front / ocean view. Covered RV with hook-ups. References 1155 13th St. Port Orford. Call 541-660-8080

605 Lots/Spaces Oceanside RV Park Perm. monthly spaces $350. per mo. Includes F/H/U WIFI and Cable. Electric is seperate. 541-888-2598 PVT., Secluded, on the bluff RV site, fenced, panoramic oceanview, river, full hook ups. 541-347-9586 RV Space Rental Quite County Setting, close to beach, ideal for year round living. Yearly Special $275mth + electric. Call Sleepy Hollow 541-572-5494

606 Manufactured MOBILE HOME - clean 1974 Homet 24’x36’. In senior park 55+ 4 miles south of Bandon. Unit comes furnished, lots of goodies. $23,000. 541-347-7719.

607 Miscellaneous Rentals OLD BANDON BEACH MOTEL has weekly rentals starting at $150. 541-347-9451.

609 Rooms for Rent ROOM FOR rent. Washer, dryer & kitchen use. $450, utilities included. Avail. Nov. 15. 541-347-3282. ROOMMATE WANTED $399 + utils. Clean 2 bedroom mobile near hospital. No smoking in house. 541-329-0014.

610 2-4-6 Plexes For Rent: CB, 3 bed, 1 and 1/2 bath. Duplex. Laundry Room, Clean. $650 Mo. Plus $1250 refundable cleaning, security Dep. 541-756-5109

Newly Remodeled! Nice & quiet, large 2 bedroom duplex, appliances, laundry room, fenced yard, garage, Trash paid. Possible RV storage, Great for retirees! $775/mo. 541-269-7328.

611 Storage Units

614 Warehouses RENTALS & REAL ESTATE SPECIALS Choose any of these specials and add a photo for $5.00 extra.

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$59.95 All specials will appear in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, Wednesday Weekly, Online & Smart Mobile. All specials are category specific. There are no refunds on specials.

541-267-6278 Bandon 4 bed 4 bath home available now. Large lot, new carpet, tile, paint. Home is stunning. A must see. Contact Wildland Properties for a viewing.(541) 366-2117. www.wildland-properties.co 1650.00 BANDON PROPERTY Management, LLC. Bandon Beach Vacation Properties, LLC. We manage and rent vacation rentals, residential and commercial property. State licensed - open 7 days a week. Call for free property evaluation, 541-347-4801.

Coos Bay. $485/month. Small, CLEAN 1 bdrm home. Sm. yard, parking. W/S paid, quiet neighborhood,no pets/smoking. 541- 759-2272 or 541-404-4247 Deluxe 3 bed 2 1/2 bath, double garage, 890 Harrison. $1500 mo. $1450 dep. 541-297-3781.

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Merchandise

Good Ad - $5.00 3 lines - 1 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobiles.

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Best Ad - $12.00 (includes a photo & boxing) 6 lines - 3 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, and The World and link, theworldlink.com Smart Mobile. QUALITY FRUITWOOD triple dresser with mirror $150. Recycled deck beams, best offer. 541-347-1312. SOFA & LOVESEAT, sage microfiber $300. Lg. entertainment center $40. Lg glass table with 6 chairs $100. Bow Flex Pro & bench ext. $150. All best offer. 541-404-8113. SOFA TAN LEATHER FLEXSTEEL 90” dbl elec recliner,$1800 new, $825. Queen mattress, TEMPURPEDIC w/ MicroSuede Platform Box, new $2600, sell $995. Dresser w/8 dovetail drawers & mirror $350. Dining tbl + 4 ch; retail $1750; $550. 4 drawer chest $100. Queen Oak bookshelf hdbd $120. All perfect, new 2012 Bandon, U haul. 702-445-2998.

Other Stuff 700 701 Furniture 2 6 ft. Glass China Cabinets full of lots of stuff $500 each. Imtarsia Fruit basket picture in an Antique Frame $300. Antique vanity $100. Doll collection w/ shelving $1000. 11 Musical Instruments for sale. Carved Jade Chess game. Large old mirror on a stand and Clock collection. Call 541-572-0134 By Popular Request: HENNICK’S FINE FURNITURE AND SLEEP CENTER’S hours and phone number. Hours are M-Sat. 9:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. 541-329-1233. Stop by and sink into a comfortable Catnapper. You won’t want to leave. 88298 Hwy. 42S.

754 Garage Sales Estate Sale: 87089 Lower 4 Mile Rd., 7 mi .S of Bandon. Antiques, furniture, household goods, tools. Sat . 9/21 only - 9a-3p.

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(includes boxing) 5 lines - 1 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, and The World and link, theworldlink.com Smart Mobile. GARAGE/ ESTATE “INDOOR” Sale. Sat. 8am-3pm, Sun. 8am-1pm, Sept. 21 & 22. Husqvarna yard equipment, indoor tools, furniture, toddler outdoor toys & lots more. Hwy. 101 north to 56107 Prosper Junction.

Better Hurry!!

Sell your stuff at our 3rd. huge sale of the year on Saturday, September 21st from 9am to 2pm. one block from The Bay Area Fun Festival Each space is $10 and your fee will be donated to the American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life. Now is the time to get rid of your stuff and help a great cause. Call Nicole Weeks at 541-269-1222 ext. 283 SAUNDER LAKE: ESTATE SALE Everything must go, tools, fishing, antiques, appliances & misc. Fri. Sat. & Sun. 9am - 4pm 70146 Lakewood Rd. Trash & Treasure Sale Fri- Sept. 20, 9-3, Sat. Sept 21, 9-? Coquille Elks Lodge. Lee Valley Road. Sponsored by: Coquille Emblem Club #266

Healthy Veggies, Fresh Baked Goods, Honey. Old Town Marketplace Farmers/ Artisan Mkt. Fridays & Saturdays 10AM-4PM on Bandon’s Waterfront.

704 Musical Instruments

756 Wood/Heating

709 Wanted to Buy

808 Pet Care BEACH DOG Grooming. Six mi. south of Bandon. Taking appointments, 541-290-1991. Like me on Facebook. MARY’S PET Sitting, garden watering & more. Leave your cares behind. 541-297-0073. mls_3@yahoo.com. PET SITTING & dog walking w/ Karen. Loving, gentle care always! Excellent local references. 541-347-8249.

Pet Cremation 541-267-3131

LAST SALE OF THE SEASON!! PARKING LOT SALE is filling up fast

Gemeinhardt flute mouthpiece + cleaning rod; both new!!! Reedsport; 541-271-0508 $80. or best offer

Craftsman 10” table saw with extras $275 Craftsman 6-1/2” planer/jointer $250 Like new condition 541-290-6958

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The World’s Newspaper

ORGANIC CRANBERRY Special. 12 lbs. Frozen, $36 delivered. 541-290-2638 BrushPrairieBogs.com

707 Tools

Best Ad - $17.00

Best Ad - $20.00

755 Market Basket

Unique Cane like Shrub- Leycesteria Formosa, Lg. purple Chandelier like flowers braches $30. 541-234-4859

Better Ad - $12.00 4 lines - 2 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobile.

Better Ad - $17.00

2 Japanese Maple tree’s in 1 Pot approx. 3 ft. tall Beautiful fall color. $30. Call 541-234-4859 Bamboo Plant in Large Pot $20. Call 541-234-4859

Pets All pet ads includes Photos and must be classified in categories 801 to 824

Garage Sales

703 Lawn/Garden

Toddler bed new, cherry finish frame, covered mattress & pink sheet. 541 7561209. 60.00

803 Dogs

All garage sale ads includes Photos and must be classified in categories 751 to 756 & 826 to 830

WE’RE HAVING A HOEDOWN at 101 The Marketplace of Bandon! Join us for Alive After 5 on Friday night with live music and lots of fun! 101 & Grand Ave., next to Face Rock Creamery. Thurs. 11-5, Fri. 9-8, Sat. 9-5, Sunday 11-5. 541-290-7030.

SEAGULL ACOUSTIC GUITAR w/gig bag. Cedar top, cherry sides & back. Excellent cond. $495 OBO Phil @ 541-290-1750.

*BANDON MINI-STORAGE. FREE second month for all new customers. Our units are temperature controlled, rodent resistant and 24/7 accessible. We also have boat/ RV storage and two convenient locations. 50317 Hwy. 101, 1/2 mi. so. of Bandon, 541-347-1190. 88371 Hwy. 42S, 1/2 mi. east of Bandon, 541-347-5040.

604 Homes Unfurnished

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All merchandise ads must be classified in categories 700 to 710 & 775 to 799

NOW LEASING - Harvard Street Apartments is now leasing 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments. Call for leasing information, rent specials and application instructions. 541-347-7028.

FOR RENT Furnished winter rentals. 2 or 3 bd. All utilities included. Avail. Oct. 1st - May 1st. Call for rates. 541-347-4801

Found & Found Pets

Ocean and Harbor View, 3 bedroom 2 1/2 Bath. 280 Hwy 101. $1600 mo. $1550 Dep. 541-297-3781

FOR RENT: 3bd/1ba duplex. New carpet, new paint. Water/ Sewer & landscaping included. No Pets. Bandon Property Mgmt., 541-347-4801.

603 Homes Furnished

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FREE MOVING BOXES and packing material. Six month old love seat $200. Two tiered 48” round table $25. Call 541-329-2192.

APPLICATIONS being taken for 1 bedroom apt. in Eastside. Private location. All utilities + cable/ wi-fi included. $695/mo + $100 deposit. Dryer included. No pets/smoking. Available now. Call 541-290-7183. References.

Quite & Cozy Partially Furnished 1 bedroom, 1 bath in Mingus Park area. W/D included. W/S/G paid. Wood floors, new carpet $545/month, $500 deposit. No smoking/pets. 503-949-2244.

Merchandise for Sale under $500 total.

North Bend, Very Clean. 1 bedroom, quiet neighborhood, oversized corner lot, W/D, dishwasher,No smoking/pets. Excellent references required. $790/mo. + $1000 deposit. 541-267-0673.

APARTMENTS AVAILABLE Large Studio C.B. $450. Studio C.B. $395. 1 bedroom C.B 525. 2 bedroom C.B. $5.50 2 bdrm House-Lakeside $695. Call for info.

Free Ads All free ads must fit the criteria listed below. They also include free photo.

Lost & Lost Pets

505 Lots/Acreage FOR SALE: $129,000. Wind protected .60AC in Lake Community. Fencing, end of road privacy. Keep Existing Renter or Build your Dream Home! Century 21 Best Realty, Inc. 541-347-9431. RMLS# 13409215.

701 Furniture

Firewood: Seasoned , Dry, Old Growth Douglas Fir. $200 cord. 541-297-3668 FOR SALE: propane heating stove, worth $1000. Hardly used. $350. 541-290-0211. SEASONED HARDWOOD, no green wood. $210/ $240 cord. 4x4x8 Prompt delivery. 541-751-0766

Equipment 825 826 Farm FOR SALE: fiberglass cranberry tub 14’x4’H, excellent condition, $2500. PTO volume pump (Berkeley), 8” suction & foot valves, $3000. 541-332-0474. John Deer Tractor. Has a bucket and a lot of attachments, rototiller, box scrapper, mower deck $10,000 obo. Call 541-266-7462

901 ATVs AUTO / VEHICLES / BOATS & TRAILERS All Auto ads must be classified in categories 901 to 946

Good Ad - $12.00 3 lines - 1 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobiles.

Better Ad - $15.00 (includes a photo) 6 lines - 2 week in The World, Bandon Western World, Umpqua Post, The World link, theworldlink.com and Smart Mobile.

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903 Boats Fishing Boat, Trailer and 15hp Evinrude Motor $800. Coos Bay. Call 541-269-1381 For sale 8 1/2 ft. Fiberglass Boat, new Oars, Tags through 2014. $300 obo. Call 541-707-0648

906 4X4

710 Miscellaneous

Dish hd 2 room receiver never used in box with remote. $50.00 541-756-1209 FOR SALE: Several Wood Pallets. $4.00 Each. Call 541-756-5123.

776 Appliances Whirl Pool Washer & Dryer. Washer has no agitator. $350 ea. Firm. Call 541-435-4843

780 TV/Radios 15” flat screen TV Sanyo. Used very little in 5th wheel. Includes dvd player. Great for dorm room. 541-7561-209 75.00

Moving boxes, small, medium, large. All sizes, packing paper & some bubble wrap. $.50 per box & $2.00 per bag of bubble wrap. 541-396-2477 WANTED: All unwanted scrap metal items. Free pick-up. Small fee for diesel. 541-297-0271.

Recreation/ Sports 725 726 Biking Mountsmith backpack hardly used, $130, Two Yakima Bike racks $150 for both, 541-297-8102. obo SOUTH COAST BICYCLES. GoPro Hero3 Black Ed. $329.99. Sunglasses 10% off. Open 7 days. Hwy 101, Bandon. 541-347-1995.

FOR SALE: 2005 Ford STX 4x4 pickup, will maintained, 100,000 miles. $9000 or best offer. 541-269-2413, Evenings 2004 1/2 ton extended 4x4 Chevy P/U Power Windows, Locks & Mirrors. Alloy wheels $8500. 541-297-3871

911 RV/Motor Homes 2002, 24 Ft. Tahoe 5th wheel. Wide Light Series. FANtastic. Good condition, Slide, Awning, AC, Microwave, sleeps 6, New tires & Battery. $6900. 541-297-3871

916 Used Pick-Ups 786 Art Supplies 90 BOB ROSS OIL PAINTS. 5 Oz. tubes, 13 COLORS. Brand new! $10 ea. w/original boxes. 541-260-1522.

CITY OF BANDON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING GARBAGE COLLECTION AND DISPOSAL RATES Notice is hereby given that a public hearing regarding a proposed increase to the Bandon Disposal and Recycling garbage collection and disposal rates will be held before the Bandon City Council on Monday, October 7, 2013, at 7:00 P.M., in the City Council Chambers, 555 Highway 101, Bandon, Oregon. The requested increase is for a 1.66% consumer price index adjustment, which will result in an increase of $0.28 per month for a basic 35 gallon residential cart service, with other rates adjusted proportionately. Anyone interested in commenting on the proposed rates may appear at the public hearing and be heard, or may submit written comments or obtain additional information by contacting Matt Winkel, City Manager, City of Bandon, P.O. Box 67, Bandon, Oregon 97411, telephone (541) 347-2437, ext. 229, or e-mail citymanager@ci.bandon.or.us. PUBLISHED: Bandon Western WorldSeptember 19, 2013 (ID-20238513) Lien Sale Notice Bandon Mini-Storage 50317 Hwy. 101S 10:00 am - Saturday October 5, 2013 As required by ORS.87 Mark Thompson…..B51 & B52 Immediately followed by Lien Sale@ Bandon E.Z. Storage 370 11th St. SE Kort Sulton…..3 Glen Robertson…..25 Eddie Geoffrien…..30 Darlene Wilson…..37 Robert Dyer…..38 Kamie Leah…..49 Kim Jon…..58 Micki Fabien…..59 Julie Borbas…..89 Immediately followed by Lien Sale @ Bandon Mini-Storage 88371 Hwy. 42S Klaton Wilson…..13 Wayne Komiak…..23 Judith Rink…..48 Jess Crabtree…..70 Jessica Richards…..109 Patrick J. Solari…..119 Rich McNeil…..122 & 129 Spring Hindman…..179 PUBLISHED: Bandon Western World - September 19 and 26, 2013 (ID-20238709) IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE STATE OF OREGON FOR THE COUNTY OF COOS No. 13PB0190 NOTICE TO INTERESTED PERSONS In the Matter of the Estate of CATHERINE BLANCHARD, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above estate. All persons having claims against the estate are required to present them, with vouchers attached within 4 months after the date of first publication of this notice, at the office of the attorney for the personal representative, or they may be barred. All persons whose rights may be affected by the proceedings may obtain additional information from the records of the court, the personal representative, or the attorney for the personal representative. DATED and first published this 19th day of September, 2013. PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: TOM LEODORO PO Box 1661 Myrtle Creek, Oregon 97457 95410 580-1028 ATTORNEY FOR PERSONAL REPRESENTATIVE: WALTER B. HOGAN, OSB #74143 Attorney at Law 706 Ash Street/P.O. Box 458 Myrtle Point,Oregon 97458 541-572-4060, FAX: 541-572-4401 whogan@aol.com

MISTY MEADOWS buying black huckleberries, $3/lb. Must be clean. Mon.-Thurs., 9-4. 541-347-2575.

Artist Anthony Coulson’s work at Bandon Farmer’s Market! Art teacher for 34 yrs. enjoyed working with oil, acrylic, pastel, etc. Over 31 original art greeting cards available. Collect them all. Like us on Facebook for weekly specials. Contact BarbCoulson@gmail.com or Bandon FRAME 541-347-1716

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1987 FORD RANGER 5-speed 2WD. 2.3 4 cylinder. 30 MPG, canopy. Runs good. $1400 OBO. 541-290-1750.

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Pets/Animals 800 802 Cats REWARD! LOST CAT:Ran off while moving. Black Persian, Yellow eyes., very frightened. 1302 California St. Call 541-297-1399 or 208-407-3206.

733 Water Sports For Sale: 9 Ft.3 Custom Sail Board, excellent shape. $250 OBO. 541-808-4411

Market Place 750 751 Antiques ODDITY SHOP: Antiques, gifts, decor, organic soap, books, DVDs, CDs, more! 60 W. 1st. Coq. 541-396-3660.

754 Garage Sales Coos Bay: Garage Sale: Sat & Sun 8-4, 63349 Shinglehouse Rd. Tools, Furniture, RV/Towing, Electronics, and much more! (541)290-8403

Kohl’s Cat House Adoptions on site. 541-294-3876

803 Dogs FOUND:Black Lab on Hwy 42 S. Near Bandon. Call to identify 541-756-6522

REWARD $100.00 - LOST: Pregnant Black Lab -Friday afternoon. Middle of East Bay Rd, Very friendly, goes by the name Lady. 541-269-0678.

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B4 • Bandon Western World • Thursday, September 19,2013

Community Queen of the Kitchen and Cranberry Food Fair Overall winner Kathleen Stadelman — Chilled Cranberry Soup Entrees 1st: Shawna Sebree — Cranberry Chicken Pizza 2nd: Marilyn Williams — Turkey Cranberry Tamales Side Dishes 1st: Kathleen Stadelman — Chilled Cranberry Soup 2nd: Sharlene Hall — Cranberry Salad 3rd: Marilyn Williams — Yams in a Honey Liqueur w/Honey Liqueur Infused Cranberry Topping Appetizers 1st: Shawna Sebree — Chicken Cranberry Puffs 2nd: Bonnie K. Hudson — Cranberry Salad 3rd: Angie Smith — Cranberry Jalapeno Cream Cheese Bites Condiments 1st: Marilyn Williams — Auntie’s

Famous Cranberry Sauce 2nd: Shawna Sebree — Red Wine Cran-Raspberry Vinaigrette fi ns Breads and Muffin 1st: Juanita Robison — Cranberry Bread 2nd: Amy Lawrence — Cranberry Bread Pudding 3rd: Joyce Humphrey — Cranberry Zucchini Bread Jams/Jellies/Preserves 1st: Juanita Robison —Cranberry Sauce 2nd: Sharlene Hall — Cranberry Relish Desserts 1st: Allison Hennick — White Chocolate Cranberry Macadamia Nut Cookies 2nd: Gwendolyn Stadelman — Jelly Filled Donuts 3rd: Trish Shropshire — Cranberry Cheesecake Editor’s note: Any of the above winners who would like their recipe featured in the newspaper can email them to astrong@theworldink.com or call 541-347-2423 ext. 25.

A ‘berry’ successful Food Fair

A family tours the Cranberry Food Fair Saturday in the Port of Bandon’s picnic shelter on the boardwalk.

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R Real eal E Estate st ate CRANBERRY FARM 29+ acres east of Rosa Road. Includes 1,632 sq.ft. manufactured home with expansive decks to enjoy summer sun. Additionally there is a separate bunk house, attached garage and large shop/machine shop. 2 acres of bogs are newly planted Steven Vines, Yellow River. Two acres sanded ready for planting. Pump, water rights and old bogs available for redoing. MLS#12050524

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Left, Kathleen Stadelman of Bandon is crowned Queen of the Kitchen for her Chilled Cranberry Soup, pictured above, middle.

First Time Offered Contemporary Home less than ten years old. Pride of ownership throughtout. Wood Floors, Corian Countertops Jenn Air Range, many built ins. Solartube. Interior Utility Room. Custom built cabinets, two baths featuring tiled walk in showers. Vaulted Ceilings. Outdoor deck. Oversized double garage, fully landscaped. Short walk to beach and Face Rock Golf Course. Electric Fireplace included. MLS#13146532

LAKEFRONT RETREAT Home is invisible from Pinehurst. Lanai runs full length of home and fronts Garrison Lake. Home has been updated with new Bamboo floors. Family room is being used as 3rd bedroom. Great rental income. Garage. Very beautiful setting. At time of listing there were deer in yard adjoining lake! This home is a diamond in the rough. Take a look and start building your equity right now! MLS#13544395

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N Now o w iis s tthe h e ttime i m e tto oB Buy. uy. Fred Gernandt, Broker Call C a l l Fred F re d Today! To d a y ! Cell: (541) 290-9444 1110 Alabama Street, Bandon, OR 97411 O ff i c e : (541) 347-9444 or toll free 1-800-835-9444 We b s i t e : www.bandonhomes.com

Allie Hennick won first place in the dessert division with these cookies and her mom got a new stove out of the deal when it went haywire and caught fire.

Juanita Robison won first place for her Cranberry Sauce, right, and Sharlene Hall won second for her Cranberry Relish, left, in the condiments category.

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