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Port Orford Today! was a free weekly newspaper published by Downtown Fun Zone, Inc. from Nov. 2, 1990 until our last issue April 11, 2012.

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2012

January Jan. 4 - Vol. 23 # 01
The Fishtracker Project (2,227kb)
Jan. 11 - Vol. 23 # 02
Billy Elvis Rocks (8,200kb)
Jan. 18 - Vol. 23 # 03
Council Remembers Scott Luhr (8,316kb)
Jan. 25 - Vol. 23 # 04
Port Dodges Weather Bullet (2,549kb)
February Feb. 1 - Vol. 23 #05
Vicki Courtright Wins Award (2,244kb)
Feb. 8 - Vol. 23 #06
Ocean Frontiers at Savoy (3,296kb)
Feb. 15 - Vol. 23 #07
Lets Work Together (4,767kb)
Feb. 22 - No Paper this week Feb. 29 - No Paper this week
March Mar. 7 - Vol. 23 #08
South by Southeast (2,441kb)
Mar. 14 - Vol. 23 #09
South by Southeast Part 2 (6,020kb)
Mar. 21 - Vol. 23 #10
South by Southeast Part 3 (2,470kb)
Mar. 28 - Vol. 23 #11
Council Changes Meeting Time
(South by Southeast Part 4 inside) (2,526kb)
April Apr. 4 - Vol. 23 #12
South by Southeast Part 5 of 5 (2,957kb)
Apr. 11 - Vol. 23 #13
Thank You Port Orford (3,355kb)
No more Downtown Fun Zone after April 14, 2012. We are out of business! Be sure to check out www.PortOrfordBeacon.com. One of the two papers that have arisen to replace Port Orford Today!

2011

January Jan. 5 - Vol. 22 # 01
The New Year (2,378kb)
Jan. 12 - Vol. 22 # 02
Taking Our Schools Back (2,356kb)
Jan. 19 - Vol. 22 # 03
Second Crab Season Opener (2,785kb)

Jan. 26, 2011 - Vol. 22
My apologies to all. There will be no paper this week. I was in the hospital from Tuesday morning to Saturday morning with a blood infection. I'll be fine but it prevented me from doing any typesetting. We hope to have a paper on our normal schedule next week.

February Feb. 2 - Vol. 22 # 05
Council Considers Hwy 101 (2,872kb)
Feb. 9 - Vol. 22 # 06
The Million Dollar Guitar (4,218kb)
Feb. 16 - Vol. 22 # 07
Urban Renewal On Hold (2,597kb)
Feb. 23
No paper this week.
March Mar. 2 - Vol. 22 # 08
Public Outreach Meeting (3,114kb)
Mar. 9 - Vol. 22 # 09
A Rock And A Hard Place (2,527kb)
Mar. 16 - Vol. 22 # 10
Lions & Tigers & Relatives (part 2) (2,461kb)
Mar. 23 - Vol. 22 # 11
Fear and Loathing in Port Orford (2,579kb)
Mar. 30 - Vol. 22 # 12
Water Emergency Declared (2,489kb)
April Apr. 6 - Vol. 22 # 13
March Was All Wet (2,832kb)
Apr. 13 - Vol. 22 # 14
Brown Named Honorary Citizen (2,556kb)
Apr. 20 - Vol. 22 # 15
Ocean Changes (2,630kb)
Apr. 27 - Vol. 22 # 16
Cost of Bond Election (2,447kb)
May May 4 - Vol. 22 # 17
Candidates Front and Center (2,414kb)
May 11 - Vol. 22 # 18
Local Heroes (2,669kb)
May 18 - Vol. 22 # 19
It's Water Time (2,552kb)
May 25 - Vol. 22 # 20
Port Orford Tsunami Drill (2,946kb)
June June 1 - Vol. 22 # 21
Your Health Matters (2,820kb)
June 8 - Vol. 22 # 22
Emergency Election Results (2,395kb)
June 15 - Vol. 22 # 23
Airport Acquisition Planned (2,444Kb)

June 22 - Vol. 22 # 24
Council Supports Salmon (2,435kb)

4th of July Jubilee Program

June 29 - Vol. 22 # 25
Congratulations Mary Hathorn (4,223Kb)
July

July 6 - Vol. 22 # 26
"No" to Land Swap at Airport (2,958kb)

Here are some videos from the 4th of July events:

Beachcomber's Cove Pancake Breakfast

Paradise Cafe Pancake Eating Contest

2011 Parade

July 13 - Vol. 22 # 27
State Parks Meeting (3,055kb)
July 20 - Vol. 22 # 28
County Fairs Open Next Week (3,173kb)
July 27 - Vol. 22 # 29
This Land is Your Land (3,828kb)
August Aug. 3 - Vol. 22 # 30
Better Than a Fair Time (3,131kb)
Aug. 10 - Vol. 22 # 31
Fighting Fire With Words (2,983kb)
Aug. 17 - Vol. 22 # 32
Planter Goes Back To Council (3,225kb)
Aug. 24 - Vol. 22 # 33
Commissioners Plan Golf Courses (2,705kb)
Aug. 31 - Vol. 22 # 34
DeFazio Aide Retiring (2,816kb)
September Sep. 7 - Vol. 22 # 35
Scott Luhr Resigns (3,033kb)

Sep. 14 - Vol. 22 # 36
Rogue River Bird Life (3,425kb)

And here is the video of our trip in various formats:


Rogue River Boat Trip (FLV 93Mb)


Rogue River Boat Trip (SWF 32Mb)


Rogue River Boat Trip (MP4 88Mb)

Sep. 21 - Vol. 22 # 37
Council Vacancy (2,936kb)
Sep. 28 - Vol. 22 # 38
Chetco Placed Into Conservatorship (3,358kb)
October Oct. 5 - Vol. 22 # 39
Blacklock off the Table (4,378kb)
Oct. 12 - Vol. 22 # 40
Plans Withdrawn (3,187kb)
Oct. 19 - Vol. 22 # 41
Port Orford Demonstration (2,981kb)
Oct. 26 - Vol. 22 # 42
Halloween Calendar (2,740Kb)
November

Nov. 2 - Vol. 22 # 43
VFD News (4,086kb)

Nov. 9 - Vol. 22 # 44
Auborn Appoints Billings (2,710kb)

Nov. 16 - Vol. 22 # 45
Crab Season Opener Delayed/Chamber Night Out (3,041kb)

Nov. 23 - Vol. 22 # 46
Remember the Silver Door (2,729kb)
Nov. 30 - Vol. 22 # 47
Holiday Bazaar Schedule (2,666kb)
December Dec. 7 - Vol. 22 # 48
Port Orford Success Story (2,868kb)
Dec. 14 - Vol. 22 # 49
Port Orford Gets Spiffy (2,877kb)
Dec. 21 - Vol. 22 # 50
Christmas Lights (3,176kb)
Dec. 28 - Vol. 22 # 51
Redfish Rocks Marine Reserve (2,924kb)

2010

January Jan. 6 - Vol. 21 # 01
More Year End Wrap Up (2,227kb)
Jan. 13 - Vol. 21 # 02
Council Passes on Ordinance (1,517kb)
Jan. 20 - Vol. 21 # 03
Election News (1,530kb)
Jan. 27 - Vol. 21 # 04
Mr. Tom Turkey Relocated (1,736kb)
February Feb. 3 - Vol. 21 # 05
Election Results (1,660kb)
Feb. 10 - Vol. 21 # 06
New Officer Takes Oath (1,877kb)
Feb. 17 - Vol. 21 # 07
A Day In the Parks (1,439kb)
Feb. 24 - Vol. 21 # 08
Filing Deadline Nears (2,265kb)
March Mar. 3
No Paper This Week.
Mar. 10 - Vol. 21 # 09
Scatter the Seeds of Kindness (2,034kb)
Mar. 17 - Vol. 21 # 10
Old Highway 99 (1,649kb)
Mar. 24 - Vol. 21 # 11
Library Endowment Fund (1,705kb)
Mar. 24 - Vol. 21 # 12
Huge Water Loss Reported (1,766kb)
Apologies: This issue was delayed and print edition was limited.
April Apr. 7 - Vol. 21 # 13
District 2CJ News (1,954kb)
Apr. 14 - Vol. 21 # 14
Making Sense of the Census (2,053kb)
Apr. 21 - Vol. 21 # 15
Port Orford Matters (2,041kb)
Apr. 28 - Vol. 21 # 16
Two Local Women Drown (2,055kb)
May May 5 - Vol. 21 # 17
School District News (1,867kb)
May 12 - Vol. 21 # 18
Pruitt Saves the Day (1,698kb)
May 19 - Vol. 21 # 19
Committee Approves Budget (2,654kb)
May 26 - Vol. 21 # 20
Election Results (1,863kb)
June Jun. 2 - Vol. 21 # 21
PHS Graduating Class of 2010 (2,313kb)
Jun. 9 - Vol. 21 # 22
POORT Receives Award (3,357kb)
Jun. 16 - Vol. 21 # 23
Jubilee Schedule Available (2,414kb)
Jun. 23 - Vol. 21 # 24
Wildlife Images (2,747kb)

Jun. 30 - Vol. 21 # 25
Enjoy the Jubilee (4,298kb)

4th of July Jubilee Program for 2010

July Jul. 7 - Vol. 21 # 26
Councilors Change Seats (2,720kb)
Jul. 14 - Vol. 21 # 27
It's Fair Time (2,414kb)
Jul. 21 - Vol. 21 # 28
Calm Before the Storm (3,116kb)
Jul. 28 - Vol. 21 # 29
County Fair Week (8,987kb)
August Aug. 4 - Vol. 21 # 30
Blessing of the Fleet (3,140kb)
Aug. 11 - Vol. 21 # 31
Images of America (2,246kb)
Aug. 18 - Vol. 21 # 32
Law Enforcement Tax (2,203kb)
Aug. 25 - Vol. 21 # 33
Be True To Your School (2,373kb)
September Sep. 1 - Vol. 21 # 34
Patients Head North 2,372(kb)
Sep. 8 - Vol. 21 # 35
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony (1,925kb)
Sep. 15
No paper this week
Sep. 22
No paper this week
Sep. 29
No paper this week
October

Oct. 6 - Vol. 21 # 36
The Door Into Summer (2,012kb)

Oct. 13 - Vol. 21 # 37
The "Real" Vacation Begins (2,348kb)
Oct. 20 - Vol. 21 # 38
Council Candidates Speak (3,147kb)
Oct. 27 - Vol. 21 # 39
City Council News (2,687kb)
November Nov. 3 - Vol. 21 # 40
The End of the Road (1,995kb)
Nov. 10 - Vol. 21 # 41
Election Wrap-up (2,090kb)
Nov. 17 - Vol. 21 # 42
That's Entertaining! (2,127kb)
Nov. 24 - Vol. 21 # 43
Going to the Car Wash (2,987kb)
December Dec. 1 - Vol. 21 # 44
Shop Locally (3,012kb)
Dec. 8 - Vol. 21 # 45
Council Meeting Turns Ugly (2,768kb)
Dec. 15 - Vol. 21 # 46
Crab Season Closure (2,819kb)
Dec. 22 - Vol. 21 # 47
Merry Christmas (2,423kb)
Dec. 29 - Vol. 21 # 48
Port Raises Rates (2,753kb)

2009

January Jan. 1 - Vol. 20 # 01
The Year In Review (1,427kb)
Jan. 8 - Vol. 20 # 02
New Year Begins Positively (1,455kb)
Jan. 15 - Vol. 20 # 03
Legislature Opens Session (1,376kb)
Jan. 22 - Vol. 20 # 04
Port Orford's Front Yard (1,495kb)
Jan. 29
No paper this week
February Feb. 5 - Vol. 20 # 05
On The Road Again (2,318kb)
Feb. 12 - Vol. 20 # 06
Community Service (1,961kb)
Feb. 19 - Vol. 20 # 07
Main Street to Miracle Mile (2,422kb)
Feb. 26 - Vol. 20 # 08
Police Levy Back on Ballot
Auborn Replaces Roorbach (2,035kb)
March Mar. 5 - Vol. 20 # 09
School Survey (2,421kb)
Mar. 12 - Vol. 20 # 10
Port Orford Weather Report (3,971kb)
Mar. 19 - Vol. 20 # 11
Railroad Funding Secured (1,407kb)
Mar. 26 - Vol. 20 # 12
Police Reserves Honored (1,867kb)
April Apr. 2 - Vol. 20 # 13
Copper Salmon a Reality (1,423kb)
Apr. 9 - Vol. 20 # 14
Electric Rates to Go Up (1,632kb)
Apr. 16 - Vol. 20 # 15
Talking about the Police Levy (1,275kb)
Apr. 23 - Vol. 20 # 16
Public Works in PO (1,476kb)
Apr. 30 - Vol. 20 # 17
Police Levy Meeting (1,496kb)
May

May 7 - Vol. 20 # 18
Gold Coast Apartments Open (1,930kb)

May 14 - Vol. 20 # 19
Police Department Budget (1,685kb)
May 21 - Vol. 20 # 20
Memorial Day Weekend (1,478kb)
May 28 - Vol. 20 # 21
Police Cheif Search (1,504kb)
June Jun. 4 - Vol. 20 # 22
Port Stimulus News (2,054kb)
Jun. 11 - Vol. 20 # 23
Port Projects Support Grows (1,391kb)
Jun. 18 - Vol. 20 # 24
All Around the Town (1,480kb)
Jun. 25 - Vol. 20 # 25
Auborn Replaces Roorbach (1,595kb)
Fourth of July Jubilee Flyer (524kb)
Kaboom!
July Jul. 2 - Vol. 20 # 26
Letter from the Fire Chief (2,465kb)
Jul. 9 - Vol. 20 # 27
Purchase of Backhoe Okayed (1,565kb)
Jul. 16 - Vol. 20 # 28
Looking for Volunteers (1,308kb)
Jul. 23 - Vol. 20 # 29
Let it Be (1,597kb)
Jul. 30 - Vol. 20 # 30
Port Orford Not Immune (1,520kb)
August Aug. 5 - Vol. 20 # 31
Law Enforcement Meeting (1,593kb)

Note: We've changed the paper to a Wednesday dateline instead of Thursday with this issue. This better reflects the fact that about half of the papers are distributed on Wednesday, beginning about 3pm. The Internet edition is also usually posted on Wednesday, typically (though not always) in the morning.
Aug. 12 - Vol. 20 # 32
Rates Going Up (1,574Kb)
Aug. 19 - Vol. 20 # 33
DeFazio Wows them in PO (1,541kb)
Aug. 26 - Vol. 20 # 34
All Present and Accounted For (1,672kb)
September Sep. 2 - Vol. 20 # 35
Honor Labor (1,680kb)
Sep. 9 - Vol. 20 # 36
DEQ Presentation at Meeting (1,593Kb)
Sep. 16 - Vol. 20 # 37
Driftwood School Opens (1,543kb)
Sep. 23 - Vol. 20 # 38
Public Works (1,572kb)
Sep. 30 - Vol. 20 # 39
Health District News (1,549kb)
October Oct. 7 - Vol. 20 # 40
That's Entertainment (1,777kb)
Oct. 14 - Vol. 20 # 41
Pacific High Vandalized (1,659kb)
Oct. 21 - Vol. 20 # 42
Stand By Me (1,653kb)
Oct. 28 - Vol. 20 # 43
District Plans (2,417kb)
November Nov. 4 - Vol. 20 # 44
Law Enforcement District (1,618kb)
Nov. 11 - Vol. 20 # 45
New Police Chief Takes Oath (1,999kb)
Nov. 18 - Vol. 20 # 46
P.O. Schools Outstanding! (2,309kb)
Nov. 25 - Vol. 20 # 47
Council Considers Dark Skies (1,677kb)
December Dec. 2 - Vol. 20 # 48
H1N1 Flu Shots Available (2,152kb)
Dec. 9 - Vol. 20 # 49
City Settles with Creighton (1,785kb)
Dec. 16 - Vol. 20 # 50
Falcon Thieves Sentenced (1,929kb)
Dec. 23 - Vol. 20 # 51
It's the Water (1,778kb)
Dec. 30 - Vol. 20 # 52
New Decade Begins - Part 1 (1,531kb)

2008

January Jan. 3 - Vol. 19 # 01
Top Story of the Year (1,430kb)
Jan. 10 - Vol. 19 # 02
Election 2008 (1,557kb)
Jan. 17 - Vol. 19 # 03
Financial Burden Hits District (1,500kb)
Jan. 24 - Vol. 19 # 04
No Business Like Fish Business (1,351kb)
Jan. 31 - Vol. 19 # 05
Marine Reserves Moving Forward (1,735kb)
February Feb. 7 - Vol. 19 # 06
Board Tours North Hall (1,952kb)
Feb. 14 - Vol. 19 # 07
Looking Forward in 2008 (2,051kb)
Feb. 21 - Vol. 19 # 08
Jim Campbell Resigns (1,803kb)
Feb. 28 - Vol. 19 # 09
City Council Changes (2,262kb)
 
March Mar. 6 -
No paper this week
Mar. 13 -
No paper this week
Mar. 20 - Vol. 19 # 10
Home Rule Charter Proposed (2,223kb)
Mar. 27 - Vol. 19 # 11
In Search of Desert Flowers (1,912kb)
 
April Apr. 3 - Vol. 19 # 12
Desert Flowers Part 2 (2,204kb)
Apr. 10 - Vol. 19 # 13
Desert Flowers Part 3 (2,202kb)
Apr. 17 - Vol. 19 # 14
Creighton Rated Satisfactory (1,989kb)
Apr. 24 - Vol. 19 # 15
Blowback from Police Review (1,836kb)
 
May May 1 - Vol. 19 # 16
Public Works (2,257kb)
May 8 - Vol. 19 # 17
Arizona Beach State Park (2,592kb)
May 15 - Vol. 19 # 18
More Changes at 2CJ (1,659kb)
May 22 - Vol. 19 # 19
Administrator Above Average (1,845kb)
May 29 - Vol. 19 # 20
Election Wrap Up (1,456kb)
June Jun. 5 - Vol. 19 # 21
Jubilee Schedule on the Way (1,862kb)
Jun. 12 - Vol. 19 # 22
Library Says No to Bond (2,315kb)
Jun. 19 - Vol. 19 # 23
New Cell Tower Approved (2,284kb)
Jun. 26 - Vol. 19 # 24
How Does Your Garden Grow? (2,286kb)

4th of July 2008
Jubilee Program (617kb)

July Jul. 3 - Vol. 19 # 25
What a Week! (2,271kb)
Jul. 10 - Vol. 19 # 26
What Else Is New? (1,732kb)
Jul. 17 - Vol. 19 # 27
Crucial Year for CCEC (2,003kb)
Jul. 24 - Vol. 19 # 28
Shake, Rattle, & Roll (1,716kb)
Jul. 31 - Vol. 19 # 29
They Made a Difference (1,633kb)
August Aug. 7 - Vol. 19 # 30
It's Fair Time (2,180kb)
Aug. 14 - Vol. 19 # 31
DSL Coming to Port Orford (2,338kb)
Aug. 21 - Vol. 19 # 32
Renovations Approved (1,925kb)
Aug. 28 - Vol. 19 # 33
Happy Labor Day (2,949kb)
 
September Sep. 4 - Vol. 19 # 34
Big Week for Port Orford (3,164kb)
Sep. 11 - Vol. 19 # 35
Political World (2,030kb)
Sep. 18 - Vol. 19 # 36
Council on the Brink (1,624kb)
Sep. 25 - Vol. 19 # 37
Historic Agreement Signed (2,158kb)
 
October Oct. 2 - Vol. 19 # 38
Executive Session Changed (2,812kb)

+
Article by Lou Mincer, part 1
Oct. 9 - Vol. 19 # 39
Wyden Brings Home Bacon (2,088kb)

+
Article by Lou Mincer, part 2
Oct. 16 - Vol. 19 # 40
Who's In Charge? (2,203kb)
Oct. 23 - Vol. 19 # 41
Clean Your Chimney (3,066kb)
Oct. 30 - Vol. 19 # 42
Candidates Look Forward (3,204kb)
November Nov. 6 - Vol. 19 # 43
November 4 Election Results (3,366kb)
Nov. 13 - Vol. 19 # 44
Election Wrap-Up (3,022kb)
Nov. 20 - Vol. 19 # 45
Police Chief Gets Axe (1,913kb)

Nov. 27 - Vol. 19 # 46
Happy Thanksgiving (2,359
kb)

 
December Dec. 4 - Vol. 19 # 47
Crab Season Opens (2,985kb)
Dec. 11 - Vol. 19 # 48
Port Orford Library a Success (2,349kb)
Dec. 18 - Vol. 19 # 49
School District Changes (1,783kb)
Dec. 25 - Vol. 19 # 50
Merry Christmas Port Orford (2,092kb)
 

2007

January

Jan. 4 - Vol. 18 # 01
New Year, New Faces (1,969kb)
First paper created with Adobe InDesign!

Jan. 11 - No paper this week Jan. 18 - Vol. 18 # 02
There's No Place Like Home (745kb)
Jan. 25 - Vol. 18 # 03
Chamber Hands Out Awards (678kb)
 
February
Feb. 1 - Vol. 18 # 04
Benefit Auction a Success (1,702kb)
Feb. 8 - Vol. 18 # 05
Board to Meet with Members (1,024kb)
Feb. 15 - Vol. 18 # 06
Curry County at Crossroads (754kb)
Feb. 22 - Vol. 18 # 07
OSU Research in Port Orford (1,870kb)
 
March
Mar. 1 - Vol. 18 # 08
David Itzen Resigns (2,013kb)
Mar. 8 - Vol. 18 # 09
Water Rates Will Rise (1,981kb)
Mar. 15 - Vol. 18 # 10
In the Spirit of Larry (1,881kb)
Mar. 22 - Vol. 18 # 11
Council Votes: Cut Down Tree (1,830kb)
Mar. 29 - Vol. 18 # 12
New Water Rates (1,922kb)
April
Apr. 5 - Vol. 18 # 13
Talking Transmission Lines (1,916kb)
Apr. 12 - Vol. 18 # 14
LWV Forum Brings Out Issues (1,640kb)
Apr. 19 - Vol. 18 # 15
Alcohol Awareness Month (1,475kb)

Apr. 26 - Vol. 18 # 16
Things to Do in Port Orford (2,117kb)

Water Plans (13kb)

 
May
May 3 - Vol. 18 # 17
CCEC Changes Managers (2,179kb)
May 10 - Vol. 18 # 18
Time to Vote (2,675kb)
May 17 - Vol. 18 # 19
Driftwood Safety Issues
Election Results (2,245kb)
May 24 - Vol. 18 # 20
Port Orford Cedar Expo (1,967kb)
May 31 - Vol. 18 # 21
Port Orford in the News (1,666kb)
June
Jun. 7 - Vol. 18 # 22
MacGuffin’s Night Out (1,856kb)
Jun. 14 - Vol. 18 # 23
School District Transitions (1,925kb)
Jun. 21 - Vol. 18 # 24
Daryl Robison Reelected (1,887kb)
Jun. 28 - Vol. 18 # 25
CCEC Closes Door (2,570kb)
4th of July Jubilee Schedule (515kb)
July

Jul. 5 - Vol. 18 # 26
Elder Wisdom (1,638kb)

Jul. 12 - Vol. 18 # 27
Fish Friendly Culvert (1,751kb)
Jul. 19 - Vol. 18 # 28
Mayor Names Beck to Council (1,587kb)

Jul. 26 - Vol. 18 # 29
Commission Hears It All
(With special BONUS section!) (1,646kb)

 
August
Aug. 2 - Vol. 18 # 30
Library Ground Breaking (1,453kb)
Aug. 9 - Vol. 18 # 31
Blessing of the Fleet (2,184kb)
Aug. 16 - Vol. 18 # 32
Stamp of Approval (1,913kb)
Aug. 23 - Vol. 18 # 33
Council Selects New Lawyer (2,294kb)
Aug. 30 - Vol. 18 # 34
Good News (2,288kb)
September
Sep. 6 - Vol. 18 # 35
Theater News (2,355kb)
Sep. 13 - Vol. 18 # 36
Meader New CCEC Manager (1,953kb)
Sep. 20 - Vol. 18 # 37
New Councilor and Judge (1,929kb)
Sep. 27 - Vol. 18 # 38
Park Not Ready to Reopen (1,512kb)
 
October
Oct. 4 - Vol. 18 # 39
Copper Salmon Moves Forward (2,052kb)
Oct. 11 - Vol. 18 # 40
For the Good of the Many (2,408kb)
Oct. 18 - Vol. 18 # 41
Safe Driving (1,708kb)
Oct. 25 - Vol. 18 # 42
Radio Active Community? (1,973kb)
 
November
Nov. 1 - Vol. 18 # 43
What's Next for Theater 101? (1,830kb)

Nov. 8 - Vol. 18 # 44
Cranberry Harvest (1,903kb)

Nov. 15 - Vol. 18 # 45
Election Wrap Up (5,715kb)
Nov. 22 - Vol. 18 # 46
Tseriadun State Park Reopens (2,481kb)
Nov. 29 - Vol. 18 # 47
Green Saturday (2,787kb)
December
Dec. 6 - Vol. 18 # 48
Curry County Torn by Storms (2,730kb)
Dec. 13 - Vol. 18 #
911 Update (2,449kb)
Dec. 20 - Vol. 18 # 50
And So This is Christmas (1,835kb)
Dec. 27 - Vol. 18 # 51
Happy New Year (1,633kb)
 

2006

January Jan. 5 - Vol. 17 # 01
101 Closed Until Thursday
(309kb)
Jan. 12 - Vol. 17 # 02
Give it Up for ODOT
(617kb)
Jan. 19 - Vol. 17 # 03
Slip Sliding Away
(450kb)
Jan. 26 - Vol. 17 # 04
City Administrator Search
(596kb)
 
February Feb. 2 - Vol. 17 # 05
Finding Common Ground
(445kb)
Feb. 9 - Vol. 17 # 06
SRO at the Savoy
(488kb)
Feb. 16 - Vol. 17 # 07
Port Orford Refinement Plan
(614kb)
Feb. 23 - Vol. 17 # 08
Port Asks For Help
(1,751kb)
 
March
Mar. 2 - Vol. 17 # 09
Board Donates Vehicles
(1,623kb)
Mar. 9 - Vol. 17 # 10
Up In Smoke
(2,594kb)
Mar. 16 - Vol. 17 # 11
Remembering Wilbur Green (1,225kb)
Mar. 23 - Vol. 17 # 12
Go Johnny Go!
(2292kb)
Mar. 30 - Vol. 17 # 13
Good Water Year
(2172kb)
April
Apr. 6 - Vol. 17 # 14
Slow Down Zone
(2,466kb)
Apr. 13 - Vol. 17 # 15
Salmon Fishermen Rally (4,228kb - 20 pages!)
Apr. 20 - Vol. 17 # 16
Council Hires Mike Murphy
(3,332kb)
Apr. 27 - Vol. 17 # 17
Time to Vote
(3,510kb)
 
May
May 4 - Vol. 17 # 18
Coos Curry Meeting
(3,350kb)
May 11 - Vol. 17 # 19
Welcome Ruby Price
(3,254kb)
May 18 - Vol. 17 # 20
City Council Meeting
(2,995kb)
May 25 - Vol. 17 # 21
Port Orford Cedar Expo
(3,962kb)
Sorry for the delay in getting # 18-20 posted. We were on vacation and producing them remotely.
June
June 1 - Vol. 17 # 22
CCEC Candidate Forum
(1,337kb)
June 8 - Vol. 17 # 23
Wyden Visits Port Orford
(1,416kb)
June 15 - Vol. 17 # 24
Fire Season Alert
(1,127kb)
June 22 - Vol. 17 # 25
Millions of Gallons of Water (1,291kb)
June 29 - Vol. 17 # 26
Owners Elect Challengers! (2,267kb)
Our BIGGEST issue ever! 26 pages!
July
July 6 - Vol. 17 # 27
Council Supports POORT
(453kb)
July 13 - Vol. 17 # 28
Dunes Alteration Project
(513kb)
July 20 - Vol. 17 # 29
Tsunami Warning Sirens
(1,141kb)
July 27 - Vol. 17 # 30
Community Involvement
(440kb)

4th of July Jubilee Schedule
August
Aug. 3 - Vol. 17 # 31
CCEC Shows a Profit
(624kb)

Aug. 10 - Vol. 17 # 32
Time to File
(470kb)

Aug. 17 - Vol. 17 # 33
Dredging Bid Scrapped
(650kb)

Aug. 24 - Vol. 17 # 34
Council Keeps It Local
(462kb)

Aug. 31 - Vol. 17 # 35
DeFazio Says It's up to Smith (1,132kb)
September
Sep. 7 - Vol. 17 # 36
Slow Down Zone (570kb)
Sep. 14 - Vol. 17 # 37
School Board Welcomes Public (1,113kb)
Sep. 21 - Vol. 17 # 38
Dave Pace Resigns (1,084kb)

Sep. 28 - Vol. 17 # 39
Curry Transit Cut Back (1,232kb)

 
October
Oct. 5 - Vol. 17 # 40
Services Set for Howard Lichtig (744kb)
Oct. 12 - Vol. 17 # 41
Candidate Forum (727kb)
Oct. 19 - Vol. 17 # 42
Council Asked Why? (789kb)
Oct. 26 - Vol. 17 # 43
Council Listens to Public (777kb)
 
November
Nov. 2 - Vol. 17 # 44
CCEC's Excellent Year (774kb)
Nov. 9 - Vol. 17 # 45
Council Has New Faces (503kb)
Nov. 16 - Vol. 17 # 46
Jesse Margolis Elected Judge (652kb)
Nov. 23 - Vol. 17 # 47
It's a Wireless World (1,261kb)
Nov. 30 - Vol. 17 # 48
All Present (875kb)
December
Dec. 7 - Vol. 17 # 49
Alternative Energy (724kb)
Dec. 14 - Vol. 17 # 50
Shop Locally Day (990kb)
Dec. 21 - Vol. 17 # 51
Four Fishermen Lost at Sea (669kb)
Dec. 28 - Vol. 17 # 52
Thanks to Ed and Jerry (389kb)
 

2005

January Jan. 6 - Vol. 16 # 01
Happy New Year
(762kb)
Jan. 13 - Vol. 16 # 02
One Down One to Go
(762kb)
Jan. 20 - Vol. 16 # 03
New Look at City Hall
(764kb)
Jan. 27 - Vol. 16 # 04
Tsunami Warning Signs
(708kb)
 
February Feb. 3 - Vol. 16 # 05
Citizens Concerns
(790kb)
Feb. 10 - Vol. 16 # 06
Shall We Dance?
(832kb)
Feb. 17 - Vol. 16 # 07
Buffington Park Vandalized
(450kb)
Feb. 24 - Vol. 16 # 08
Coos-Curry Board Meeting
(811kb)
 
March
Mar. 3 - Vol. 16 # 09
Police Chief Interviews
(765kb)
Mar. 10 - Vol. 16 # 10
Council Chooses Creighton
(593kb)
Mar. 17 - Vol. 16 # 11
Jail House Options
(619kb)
Mar. 24 - Vol. 16 #12
Jail Hearing Set
(938kb)
Mar. 31 - Vol. 16 # 13
Creighton Sworn In and
Head for Higher Ground
(693kb)
April
Apr. 6 - Vol. 16 # 14
Portland to Port Orford
(529kb)
Apr. 13 - Vol. 16 # 15
School Superintendent Leaving
(712kb)
Apr. 20 - Vol. 16 # 16
Council Approves Bond
(659kb)
Apr. 27 - Vol. 16 # 17
Transportation Blues
(701kb)
 
May
May 5 - Vol. 16 # 18
Coos-Curry Electric Audit
(906kb)
May 12 - Vol. 16 # 19
Port Budget Hearing
(693kb)
May 19 - Vol. 16 # 20
Historic Jail Gets Reprieve
(663kb)
May 26 - Vol. 16 # 21
It's John Prine Time
(718kb)
 
June
June 2 - Vol. 16 # 22
Congratulations Graduates
June 9 - Vol. 16 # 23
Around the Port

June 16 - Vol. 16 # 24
Jubilee Schedule Corrections

Jubilee Schedule

June 23 - Vol. 16 # 25
By-Law Changes Pass
June 30 - Vol. 16 # 26
City Administrator To Go
(contains revised Jubilee Schedule)
July

July 7 - Vol. 16 # 27
Senior Center Hosts Buehler

See Parade pictures HERE

July 14 - Vol. 16 # 28
City Hall Departures
July 21 - Vol. 16 # 29
Charter Gets 3 Months
July 28 - Vol. 16 # 30
Old Fashioned Fun at the Fair
 
August
Aug. 4 - Vol. 16 # 31
Around the Area
Aug. 11 - Vol. 16 # 32
Blessing of the Fleet
Aug. 18 - Vol. 16 # 33
Council Honors Youth Group
Aug. 25 - Vol. 16 # 34
Crab Season Over
 
September
Sep. 1 - Vol. 16 # 35
The Good, the Bad, & the Ugly
Sep. 8 - Vol. 16 # 36
All the World's a Stage
Sep. 15 - Vol. 16 # 37
Presenting Your School Board
Sep. 22 - Vol. 16 # 38
Jean Shank Resigns
Sep. 29 - Vol. 16 #39
Blacklock Land Swap
October
Oct. 6
No Paper This Week
Oct. 13
No Paper This Week
Oct. 20 - Vol. 16 # 40
Getting Better All the Time
Oct. 27 - Vol. 16 # 41
Restoration Pros and Cons
NOTE: This completes our 15th year of publication!
November
Nov. 3 - Vol. 16 # 42
Water Master Plan
Nov. 10 - Vol. 16 # 43
Flu Season Preparation
Nov. 17 - Vol. 16 # 44
Superintendent Search
Nov. 24 - Vol. 16 # 45
No Crab for Christmas
 
December
Dec. 1 - Vol. 16 # 46
No Citizens Concerned
Dec. 8 - Vol. 16 # 47
Lake Outlet Opened
Dec. 15 - Vol. 16 # 48
Holiday Happenings
Dec. 22 - Vol. 16 #49
Merry Christmas
Dec. 29 - Vol. 16 # 50
That's a Wrap
 



2004

 
January Jan. 1 - Vol. 15 # 01
The Year In Review
Jan. 8 - Vol. 15 # 02
Off and Running
Jan. 15 - Vol. 15 # 03
Garrison Lake Emptied
Jan. 23 - Vol. 15 # 04
Wyden Keeps Promise
Jan. 30 - Vol. 15 # 05
High Speed Internet
February No Paper This Week Feb. 12 - Vol. 15 # 06
City Opens Lake Outlet
Feb. 19 - Vol. 15 # 07
Road Trip (Part 1)
Feb. 26 - Vol. 15 # 08
Road Trip (Part 2)
 
March Mar. 4 - Vol. 15 # 09
Filing Deadline Nears
Mar. 11 - Vol. 15 # 10
Taking Care of Business
Mar. 18 - Vol. 15 # 11
Council Approves Removal
Mar. 25 - Vol. 15 #
Governor Visits South Coast
 
April Apr. 1 - Vol. 15 # 13
Let's Play Musical Chairs
Apr. 8 - Vol. 15 # 14
Senior Center Easter Brunch
Apr. 15 - Vol. 15 # 15
That's Entertainment
Apr. 22 - Vol. 15 # 16
State Leads The Way
Apr. 29 - Vol. 15 # 17
Port Orford Scenes
May May 6 - Vol. 15 # 18
Mother's Day Breakfast
May 13 - Vol. 15 # 19
Time to Vote
May 20 - Vol. 15 # 20
Juston Potter Retires
May 27 - Vol. 15 # 21
Election Update
 
June June 3 - Vol. 15 # 22
Owen Miller Elected President
June 10 - Vol. 15 # 23
Jubilee Schedule Now Available
June 17 - Vol. 15 # 24
Board Members Elected
June 24 - Vol. 15 # 25
Contract Awarded
4th of July
Jubilee Program
July July 1 - Vol. 15 # 26
July 4 and Your Rights
July 8 - Vol. 15 # 27
A More Perfect Union
July 15 - Vol. 15 # 28
Greyhound Drops Port Orford
July 22 - Vol. 15 #29
It's Fair Time
July 29 - Vol. 15 #30
Ordinance Questions
August Aug. 5 - Vol. 15 # 31
Police Department Workshop
Aug. 12 - Vol. 15 # 32
Good Vibratrions
Aug. 19 - Vol. 15 # 33
Chamber Request Approved
Aug. 26 - Vol. 15 # 34
Electric Rates
More Than Double
 
September Sept. 2 - Vol. 15 # 35
Traveling the Oregon Coast
Sept. 9 - Vol. 15 # 36
DeFazio Town Hall Meeting
Sept. 16 - Vol. 15 # 37
Senate Bill 179
Sept. 23 - Vol. 15 # 38
The Barge is Coming!
Sept. 30 - Vol. 15 # 39
Shetland Islands Experience
October Oct. 7 - Vol. 15 # 40
Police Chief Resigns
Oct. 14 - Vol. 15 # 41
Council Supports Local Police
Oct. 21 - Vol. 15 # 42
Police Tax Levy Meeting
Oct. 28 - Vol. 15 # 43
Council Votes No on 37
 
November Nov. 4 - Vol. 15 # 44
Election Results
Nov. 11 - Vol. 15 # 45
Voters Prefer Incumbents
Nov. 18 - Vol. 15 # 46
Thanks For Giving
Nov. 25 - Vol. 15 # 47
Saving on Electricity
 
December Dec. 2 - Vol. 15 # 48
Crab is King
Dec. 9 - Vol. 15 # 49
Police Chief Search
Dec. 16 - Vol. 15 # 50
The Giving Spirit
Dec. 23 - Vol. 15 # 51
Still Searching in Port Orford
Dec. 30 - Vol. 15 # 52
City Reaches Milestone

2003

 
 January Jan. 2 - Vol. 14 # 01
Lake Levels Rise
 Jan. 9 - Vol. 14 # 02
Council Reaffirms Lake Vote
 Jan. 16 - Vol. 14 # 03
Chamber Plans for 2003
 Jan. 23 - Vol. 14 # 04
Murals Dedicated at Blanco
 Jan. 30 - Vol. 14 # 05
Chamber Hosts Ralph Brown
 February Feb. 6 - No paper this week Feb. 13 - Vol. 14 # 06
Going The Distance
Feb. 20 - Vol. 14 # 07
Going The Distance -
Part 2
Feb. 27 - Vol. 14 # 08
GO Bond Election
 
 March Mar. 6 - Vol. 14 # 09
How Far Can You Go?
Mar. 13 - Vol. 14 # 10
Mixing it up in Port Orford
Mar. 20 - Vol. 14 # 11
New Library in the Making
Mar. 27 - Vol. 14 # 12
Commissioners Visit
Annual Weather Stats!
 
 April Apr. 3 - Vol. 14 # 13
Port Orford Postcards
Apr. 10 - Vol. 14 # 14
A Site To Behold
Apr. 17 - Vol. 14 #15
Council Discusses Rates
Apr. 24 - Vol. 14 # 16
Department Honors Garwood
 
May May 1 - Vol. 14 # 17
Special Districts Election

May 8 - Vol. 14 # 18
Garrison Lake Drained

May 15 - Vol . 14 # 19
This Is It!

May 22 - Vol. 14 # 20
Council Hears Lake Concerns

May 29 - Vol. 14 # 21
Port Orford Shines
June

Jun. 5 - Vol. 14, # 22
RAD Equals Fun

Jun. 12 - Vol. 14 # 23
Parks Commission Response

Jun. 19 - Vol. 14 # 24
Garrison Lake Breach

Jun. 26 - Vol. 14 # 25
The Three Crown Jewels

 4th of July 2003
Jubilee Schedule
July

Jul. 3 - Vol. 14 # 26
Full Speed Ahead

Jul. 10 - Vol. 14 # 27
Everybody's A Winner

Jul. 17 - Vol. 14 # 28
State Park News

Jul. 24 - Vol. 14 # 29
Council Considers Rights

Jul. 31 - Vol. 14 # 30
Chamber Goes Crazy
August

Aug. 7 - Vol. 14 # 31
A Weekend With Dan Bessie

Aug. 14 - Vol. 14 # 32
Motorcycle Mania

Aug. 21 - Vol. 14 # 33
Council Votes on Rights

Aug. 28 - Vol. 14 # 34
New Festival Events
(Arts & Seafood Festival issue)
 
September

Sep. 4 - Vol. 14 # 35
Arts Festival Fun

Sep. 11 - Vol. 14 # 36
Utility Bills Draw Attention

Sep. 18 - Vol. 14 # 37
Citizens Concerned

Sep. 25 - Vol. 14 # 38
Council Takes Strong Stance
 
October

Oct. 2 - Vol. 14 # 39
Rural Health Grant

Oct. 9 - Vol. 14, # 40
Fresh Start

Oct. 16 - Vol. 14 # 41
Chamber News

Oct. 23 - Vol. 14 # 42
Council Approves More Money

Oct. 30 - Vol. 14 # 43
Roadside Attractions
November

Nov. 6 - Vol. 14 # 44
Highway 101 Projects

Nov. 13 - Vol. 14 # 45
Library Plans Unveiled

Nov. 20 - Vol. 14 # 46
Help Wanted

Nov. 27 - Vol. 14 # 47
Crab Season Opens
 
December

Dec. 4 - Vol. 14 # 48
Chirstmas in Port Orford

Dec. 11 - Vol. 14 # 49
Senior Center Party

Dec. 18 - Vol. 14 # 50
Council Supports Wilderness

Dec. 25 - Vol. 14 # 51
Council Supports Wilderness

 Happy Holidays
to All!

2002 (Not Online Yet)

2001

 
 January Jan. 4 - Vol. 12 # 01
County Officials Sworn In
No Paper This Week No Paper This Week  Jan. 25 - Vol. 12 # 02
The Well Worn Path
 
 February  Feb. 1 - Vol. 12 # 03
Looking for a Sponsor
 Feb. 8 - Vol 11 # 04
Cpmmunity Health Grant
Feb. 15 - Vol. 12 # 05
Mayor Makes Appointments
Feb. 22 - Vol. 12 # 06
Fishing Pier Will Be Built
 
 March Mar. 1 - Vol. 12 # 07
Candidate Forum
Mar. 8 - Vol. 12 # 08
Thinking About Water
Mar. 15 - Vol. 12 # 09
Recreational Vehicle Parking
Mar. 22 - Vol. 12 # 10
Board Cuts $100,000
Mar. 29 - Vol. 12 # 11
Mgt. Agreement Terminated
 April Apr. 5 - Vol. 12 # 12
Cranes are Working
Apr. 12 - Vol. 12 # 13
RVs Welcome Here
Apr. 19 - Vol. 10 #14
School Enrollment Declining
Apr. 26 - Vol. 12 # 15
Charges Fly at Port Meeting
 
May May 3 - Vol. 12 # 16
Planes, Trains & Automobiles

May 10 - Vol. 12 # 17
The Play's The Thing

May 17 - Vol . 14 # 18
Ellen Warring Learning Center

May 24 - Vol. 12 # 19
Commission Ignores Public

May 31 - Vol. 12 # 20
Heads Parking Lot
June

Jun. 7 - Vol. 14, # 21
Park Not For Sale

Jun. 14 - Vol. 10 # 22
Langlois Library Construction

Jun. 21 - Vol. 10 # 23
Good Vibrations

Jun. 28 - Vol. 10 # 24
Agreement Terminated
 
July

Jul. 05 - Vol. 10 # 25
Board Hires Interim Manager

Jul. 12 - Vol. 10 # 26
Skateboard Park a Go

Jul. 19 - Vol. 10 # 27
Gyrocopter Crashes
Jul. 26 - Vol. 10 # 28
The Phantom Motion
 
August

Aug. 02 - Vol. 10 # 29
It's Fair Time

Aug. 09 - Vol. 12 # 30
A Musical Time

Aug. 16 - Vol. 10 # 31
Bob Warring Resigns

Aug. 23 - Vol. 10 # 32
Local Heroes

Aug. 30 - Vol. 10 # 33
Railroad Job
September

Port Orford Arts and Seafood Festival 2K

Sep. 6 - Vol. 12 # 34
Family Entertainment

Sep. 13 - Vol. 10 # 35
The Public and the Port

Sep. 20 - Vol. 10 # 36
Day of Remembrance

Sep. 27 - Vol. 10 # 37
Public Fishing Dock
October

Oct. 4 - Vol. 10 # 38
Heat Wave Port Orford Style

Oct. 11 - Vol. 10 # 39
Emergency Services Honored

Oct. 18 - Vol. 10 # 40
Mouchawar Vs. The City

Oct. 25 - Vol. 10 # 41
Water Emergency Not Over
 
November

Nov. 1 - Vol. 10 # 42
Port Advisory Committee OK

Nov. 8 - Vol. 12 # 43
Money Well Spent
Nov. 15 - Vol. 12 # 44
New Arts Council Officers
Nov. 22 - Vol. 12 # 45
Council Honors Volunteers
Nov. 29 - Vol. 12 # 46
Port Orford Holiday Guide
December

No Paper This Week

Dec. 13 - Vol. 12 # 47
Rock and Roll Part I

Dec. 20 - Vol. 12 # 48
The Journey to Bethlehem

Dec. 27 - Vol. 12 # 49
Port Asks for Apology
 

2000

 
 January Jan. 6 - Vol. 11 # 01
Election 2000
 Jan. 13 - Vol. 11 # 02
No Emergency Permit
No Paper This Week  Jan. 20 - Vol. 11 # 03
Garrison Lake Opened
 Jan. 27 - Vol. 11 # 04
Council State Priorities
 February  Feb. 3 - Vol. 11 # 05
Notice To Port Commissioners
 Feb. 10 - Vol 11 # 06
Port Will Mediate
Feb. 17 - Vol. 11 # 07
Thanks, But No Thanks
Feb. 24 - Vol. 11 # 08
Short Port Meeting
 
 March Mar. 2 - Vol. 11 # 09
Council Makes Offer
Mar. 9 - Vol. 11 # 10
Water Rate Meeting
Mar. 16 - Vol. 11 # 11
Council Offer Accepted
Mar. 23 - Vol. 11 # 12
Democrats Host Bradbury
Mar. 30 - Vol. 11 # 13
Commission Fires Paige
 April Apr. 6 - Vol. 11 # 14
In Training
Apr. 13 - Vol. 11 # 15
Drug Free Zone
Apr. 20 - Vol. 10 #16
One Big Happy Family
Apr. 27 - Vol. 11 # 17
They're Off And Running
 
May May 4 - Vol. 11 # 18
Voting Begins

May 11 - Vol. 11 # 19
Council Supports Police

May 18 - Vol . 14 # 20
Council Funds Police Or Tempting Plum Indeed

May 25 - Vol. 11 # 21
Boat Hoists Installed
 
June

Jun. 1 - Vol. 14, # 22
History in the Making

Jun. 8 - Vol. 10 # 23
Fire Board Vacancies

Jun. 15 - Vol. 10 # 24
Never a Dull Moment

Jun. 22 - Vol. 10 # 25
New Blood For Fire Board

Jun. 29 - Vol. 10 # 26
Fire Board Elects Officers
July

Jul. 06 - Vol. 10 # 27
Board Votes Mediation

No Paper This Week

No Paper This Week
Jul. 27 - Vol. 10 # 28
Big Country
 
August

Aug. 03 - Vol. 10 # 29
Big Country - Part II

Aug. 10 - Vol. 11 # 30
Big Country - Conclusion

Aug. 17 - Vol. 10 # 31
Meeting Heats Up

Aug. 24 - Vol. 10 # 32
Defazio Visits Port

Aug. 31 - Vol. 10 # 33
Police Ballot Measure
September

Sep. 6 - Vol. 11 # 34
Festival Fun

Sep. 14 - Vol. 10 # 35
Council Has Busy Schedule

Sep. 21 - Vol. 10 # 36
Volunteers Thanked

Sep. 28 - Vol. 10 # 37
Sprague Theater Opens
 
October

Oct. 5 - Vol. 10 # 38
Olds Presents Options

Oct. 12 - Vol. 10 # 39
Council Sets Priorities

Oct. 19 - Vol. 10 # 40
Candidate Forum

Oct. 26 - Vol. 10 # 41
Port Manager
 
November

Nov. 2 - Vol. 10 # 42
Cranes Shut Down

Nov. 9 - Vol. 11 # 43
Election Results
Nov. 16 - Vol. 11 # 44
Council Bans Brush Picking
Nov. 23 - Vol. 11 # 45
Board Makes Choice
Nov. 30 - Vol. 11 # 46
Crab Season Opens
December

Dec. 7 - Vol. 11 # 47
Holiday Happenings

Dec. 14 - Vol. 10 # 48
Local Business Support

Dec. 21 - Vol. 10 # 49
Recycle It

Dec. 28 - Vol. 10 # 50
Curt Brown Retires
 

1999

 
 January Jan. 7 - Vol. 10 # 01
Race Future In Doubt
 Jan. 14 - Vol. 10 # 02
New Council Members
 Jan. 21 - Vol. 10 # 03
Council Reaches Consensus
 Jan. 28 - Vol. 10 # 04
Attention Water Users
 
 February  Feb. 4 - Vol. 10 # 05
Garrison Lagoon
 Feb. 11 - Vol 10 # 06
Mayor Breaks Tie
Feb. 18 - Vol. 10 # 07
Public Transportation
Feb. 25 - Vol. 10 # 08
Bonnie Wagner Retires
 
 March Mar. 4 - Vol. 10 # 09
Dogs for the Deaf
Mar. 11 - Vol. 10 # 10
Canopy Project Vote
Mar. 18 - Vol. 10 # 11
For Sale
Mar. 25 - Vol. 10 # 12
Sherrif Owens' Plan
 
 April Apr. 1 - Vol. 10 # 13
Time Changes
Apr. 8 - Vol. 10 # 14
Paradise Point North
Apr. 15 - Vol. 10 #15
Council Endorses Wilderness
Apr. 22 - Vol. 10 # 16
Support Your Volunteers
Apr. 29 - Vol. 10 # 17
Best Friends
May May 6 - Vol. 10 # 18
Roadwork

May 13 - Vol. 10 # 19
Read It Here

May 20 - Vol . 14 # 20
Wildflower Walk

May 27 - Vol. 10 # 21
Hire an Expert
 
June

Jun. 3 - Vol. 14, # 22
Congratulations Pacific High School Class of 1999

Jun. 10 - Vol. 10 # 23
Council Seeks Advice

Jun. 17 - Vol. 10 # 24
Council Works Hard

Jun. 24 - Vol. 10 # 25
Port Orford's Backyard
July

Jul. 1 - Vol. 10 # 26
Let The Fireworks Begin

Jul. 8 - Vol. 10 # 27
Thank You, Wilbur Green

Jul. 15 - Vol. 10 # 28
The Last of Their Kind

Jul. 22 - Vol. 10 # 29
Animal Control Changes
 
August

Aug. 05 - Vol. 10 # 30
The Heat Is On

Aug. 12 - Vol. 10 # 31
Council Adopts Rules

Aug. 19 - Vol. 10 # 32
Black Cod Season Opens

Aug. 26 - Vol. 10 # 33
Construction Set to Begin
 
September

Sep. 2 - Vol. 10 # 34
Weaver-Britell Chosen

Sep. 9 - Vol. 10 # 35
1999 Arts & Seafood Festival

Sep. 16 - Vol. 10 # 36
Sewer Extension Rejected

Sep. 23 - Vol. 10 # 37
Public Vents Frustration

Sep. 30 - Vol. 10 # 38
Full Speed Ahead
October

Oct. 7 - Vol. 10 # 39
Council Applies for Grant

Oct. 14 - Vol. 14, # 40
Council Does Their Homework

Oct. 21 - Vol. 10 # 41
Y-Piles Arrive

Oct. 28 - Vol. 10 # 42
Council Takes Big Step
 
November

Nov. 4 - Vol. 10 # 43
Robert Warring Improving

Nov. 11 - Vol. 10 # 44
Council Continues Search
     
December

Dec. 2 - Vol. 10 # 45
Monopoly, Las Vegas

Dec. 9 - Vol. 10 # 46
Sonja Mason Retires

Dec. 16 - Vol. 10 # 47
City Hires New Police Officer

Dec. 23 - Vol. 10 # 48
Wold Contract Not Renewed

Dec. 30 - Vol. 10 # 49
01/01/00

1998

 
 January Jan. 1 - Vol. 9 # 01
Ring in the New Year
 Jan. 8 - Vol. 9 # 02
Storm Watching
 Jan. 15 - Vol. 9 # 03
Wetland Greenbelt Trail
 Jan. 22 - Vol. 9 # 04
Garrison Lake Outlet Blocked
 Jan. 29 - Vol. 9 # 05
Lake Outlet Blocked Again
 February  Feb. 5 - Vol. 9 # 06
Council Declares Emergency
 Feb. 12 - Vol 10 # 07
Vault Slides Into Ocean
Feb. 19 - Vol. 9 # 08
Dune Erosion Continues
Feb. 26 - Vol. 9 # 09
Fishermen Voice Concerns
 
 March Mar. 5 - Vol. 9 # 10
Ocean Calms Down
Mar. 12 - Vol. 9 # 11
Governor Offers No Help
No Paper This Week Mar. 26 - Vol. 9 # 12
Good News
 
 April Apr. 2 - Vol. 9 # 13
Heroic Effort at Port
Apr. 9 - Vol. 9 # 14
Public Fishing Pier
Apr. 16 - Vol. 10 #15
Standing Room Only
Apr. 23 - Vol. 9 # 16
Main Street Highway 101 Plan
Apr. 30 - Vol. 9 # 17
Democrats Host Sadler
May May 7 - Vol. 9 # 18
Candidate Forum

May 14 - Vol. 9 # 19
Council Hears It All

May 21 - Vol . 14 # 20
Another Night, Another Meeting

May 28 - Vol. 9 # 21
Floyd Elected Surveyor
 
June

Jun. 4 - Vol. 14, # 22
Congratulations Pacific High School Class of 1998

Jun. 11 - Vol. 10 # 23
A Port Orford Weekend

Jun. 18 - Vol. 10 # 24
Handwriting on the Wall

No Paper This Week
July

Jul. 2 - Vol. 9 # 25
The Streets of Cleveland

Jul. 9 - Vol. 10 # 26
The Best Pizza in Town

Jul. 16 - Vol. 10 # 27
Leeling Named to Council

Jul. 23 - Vol. 10 # 28
Empowerment Zone Meeting
Jul. 30 - Vol. 10 # 29
Council Eliminates CRT
August

Aug. 06 - Vol. 10 # 30
Empowerment Zone Endorsed

Aug. 13 - Vol. 9 # 31
City Administrator Appointed

Aug. 20 - Vol. 10 # 32
The Spirit of Cooperation

Aug. 27 - Vol. 10 # 33
Change at City Hall
 
September

Sep. 3 - Vol. 9 # 34
Council Selects Police Chief

Sep. 10 - Vol. 10 # 35
"Minor Alignments" in Hwy 101

Sep. 17 - Vol. 10 # 36
Mediation Discontinued

Sep. 24 - Vol. 10 # 37
Off and Running
 
October

Oct. 1 - Vol. 9 # 38
Riding the Rails

Oct. 8 - Vol. 14, # 39
Gordon Smith Visits

Oct. 15 - Vol. 10 # 40
Candidates Speak Out

Oct. 22 - Vol. 10 # 41
Candidates Answer Questions

Oct. 29 - Vol. 10 # 42
Lake Water Turns Salty
November

Nov. 5 - Vol. 10 # 43
Election Results

Nov. 12 - Vol. 9 # 44
Mayor Thanks Veterans
Nov. 26 - Vol. 9 # 45
Viva Las Vegas!
   
December

Dec. 3 - Vol. 9 # 46
Out to Sea

Dec. 10 - Vol. 10 # 47
Bench Washed Away

Dec. 17 - Vol. 10 # 48
Councilors Retire

Dec. 24 - Vol. 10 # 49
Happy Holidays

Dec. 31 - Vol. 10 # 50
That Was The Year That Was

1997

 
 January Jan. 2 - Vol. 8 # 01
Celebrating 20 Years
 Jan. 9 - Vol. 8 # 02
Stormy Weather
 Jan. 16 - Vol. 8 # 03
Council in Agreeable Mood
 Jan. 23 - Vol. 8 # 04
George Gehrke Elected Fire Chief
 Jan. 30 - Vol. 8 # 05
Port Introduces New Dock Plans
 February  Feb. 6 - Vol. 8 # 06
Election Draws Near
 Feb. 13 - Vol 8 # 07
Council Supports Ambulance
Feb. 20 - Vol. 8 # 08
Happy Birthday George
Feb. 27 - Vol. 8 # 09
The Cost of Doing Business
 
 March Mar. 6 - Vol. 8 # 10
State Cancels Auto Races
Mar. 13 - Vol. 8 # 11
Council Looks Gift Horse in the Mouth
No Paper This Week Mar. 27 - Vol. 8 # 12
Fiddlers Fill Building
 
 April Apr. 3 - Vol. 8 # 13
Ride Along
Apr. 10 - Vol. 8 # 14
Watching the Comet
Apr. 17 - Vol. 8 #15
Council Adopts Landmark Motion
Apr. 24 - Vol. 8 # 16
Council Hires Two People
 
May May 1 - Vol. 8 # 17
State Okays Auto Racing

May 8 - Vol. 8 # 18
Water Utility Fund Bankrupt

May 15 - Vol . 8 # 19
City Receives $655,000 Grant

May 22 - Vol. 8 # 20
Lt. Lew Ball Resigns

May 29 - Vol. 8 # 21
Congratulations Graduates
June

Jun. 5 - Vol. 8 # 22
Up and Over the Mountain

Jun. 12 - Vol. 8 # 23
Council Searches for New Police Chief

Jun. 19 - Vol. 8 # 24
Hamming it up in Seaside

Jun. 26 - Vol. 8 # 25
City Adopts 1997-98 Budget
July

Jul. 03 - Vol. 8 # 26
Race to the Future

Jul. 04 EXTRA - Vol. 8 # 26-EXTRA
Old Fashioned 4th Of July

Jul. 10 - Vol. 8 # 27
Old Fashioned 4th Of July

Jul. 17 - Vol. 8 # 28
Council Names Poland Temporary City Manager
Jul. 24 - Vol. 8 # 29
Curry County Fair Opens
Jul. 31 - Vol. 8 # 30
Council Eliminates City Manager Position
August

Aug. 07 - Vol. 8 # 31
Arts & Seafood Festival This Weekend!

Aug. 14 - Vol. 8 # 32
City Council Tops the Chart

Aug. 21 - Vol. 8 # 33
Port Orford Grand Prix V

Aug. 28 - Vol. 8 # 34
Welcome Team Continental
 
September

Sep. 4 - Vol. 8 # 35
Black Cod Season Ends

Sep. 11 - Vol. 8 # 36
Community Supports Skateboarders

Sep. 18 - Vol. 8 # 37
Special Water Rates Meeting

Sep. 25 - Vol. 8 # 38
Flying Ants
 
October

Off on Vacation

Oct. 30 - Vol. 8 # 39
Thank You
November

Nov. 6 - Vol. 8 # 40
Our Trip - Part Two

Nov. 13 - Vol. 8 # 41
The Mound in Moundsville
Nov. 20 - Vol. 8 # 42
Going To The Dogs
Nov. 27 - Vol. 8 # 43
The National Road
 
December

Dec. 4 - Vol. 8 # 44
Home at Last

Dec. 11 - Vol. 8 # 45
Citizens VoiceConcerns

Dec. 18 - Vol. 8 # 46
Highway 101 Master Plan

Dec. 25 - Vol. 8 # 47
Happy Holidays
 

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