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The story of the Coast Reservation of Oregon is complicated. The Coast Reservation is created in 1855 by Presidential Executive Order and then for some months remains undeveloped by the Oregon Indian office. 2,201 more words
Oregon is famous for, among other things, some legendary runners. But few have reached the legendary status of Steve Prefontaine, who was from Coos Bay, OR. 220 more words
COOS BAY, Ore. — The disappearance of a Coos Bay man is still an unsolved mystery.
22-year-old Angelo “AJ” Reed went missing back in February 2015, but family members are not giving up hope. 25 more words
As my holiday trip continued, I made my way down the beautiful Oregon Coast. This is one of my favorite places on earth and I’m getting pretty close to having played all the courses along this stretch. 2,786 more words
Anson Dart, the Superintendent of Indian Affairs for Oregon, from 1850 to 1852, remains an enigma. His nineteen treaties with the tribes of western Oregon, negotiated by the Willamette Valley Commission, all failed to be ratified. 1,364 more words