Apr 24, 2014 Volume 100 Edition #17 Gold Beach, Oregon

BOC: Economic plans are consider 040914

The Curry County Board of Commissioners meet and discuss a variety of issues, including economics.

 • Curry Charter Home Rule meets, differs with Itzen 040914
 • Holy Week to be observed at Episcopal Church of St. Matthew 040914
 • Law enforcement: Armfield is arrested in Harbor, and GB police reports 040914
 • Law enforcement: Gold Beach Police log 040214
 • Business news: Kruse joins Olin & Associates in Brookings 040214
 • City of Gold Beach and Commissioner Susan Brown team up on funding 040214
 • Candidates forum: Cynthia Beaman is running for judge 040214
 • Candidates forum: McKenzie Kudlac is running for judge 040214

Visitor’s Guide cover photo by Lance Nix

The 2014 Gold Beach Visitor's Guide, which promises to spread the word that this area is a vacation wonderland, is inserted in this week’s Curry County Reporter and will be in full distribution next week.

Last year 16,000 guides were distributed in our area, outlying areas and as far away as the I-5 corridor. For 2014 we are printing more guides in anticipation of increased demand, as well as 18,000 expected visitors at the Cape Blanco Music Festival, of which the Hall Family Newspapers are media co-sponsors.

The Curry County Reporter, Port Orford News and Myrtle Point Herald will all have booths at the festival where the 2014 Gold Beach Visitor's Guide will be available to the public.

For more details or questions please call Kim Hall at 541-260-7588, 541-332-6397, or e-mail the Curry County Reporter at currycountyreporter@gmail.com, and please use the key words “Visitor’s Guide” in the subject line for quick access and return service.

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