Bicoastal Media News

Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2019

* The weekly business meeting of the Curry County Commissioners is scheduled for 9 a.m. today, followed by 2 p.m. administrative workshop, which will take a look at incentivize workforce housing. Both meetings will be in the courthouse annex on Moore Street in Gold Beach.

* Pacific Pantry, which provides food to 600 households each month in Del Norte County, is in dire need of donations. Funding from the City of Crescent City Community Development Block Grant ended last month. In response, the Family Resource Center, and the Del Norte and Tribal Lands Community Food Council, is mounting a fund-raising campaign. The goal: $25,000 by the end of the year. There are multiple ways to donate. Contact the Family Resource Center at 464-0955.

* Mindy Marie Natt and Lori L. Hodge will be installed Nov. 26 after the Yurok Election Board formally certified the tribal council run-off election Nov. 13. Hodge will represent the East District, while Natt, the incumbent, will represent the Pecwan District.

* Christmas tree permits are now available online, and at various locations across Southwestern Oregon. permits are $5 and are non-refundable. More information can be found on the Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest website.