Part of being an informed citizen is realizing that there is more than one side to a story. Too often we fall victim to confirmation bias and the "echo chamber" of biased news sources. Visit allsides.com to get news from all points of view: left, right and center. Know all sides before you make an informed opinion!
Join us for Trivia Night at Curry Public Library. There will be a $5 buy-in for each participant, with the winning team taking the pot. Teams and individuals welcome. Teams of no more than 6. Due to the open mic night Trivia for this month has been moved back a week, and will be held on February 23 at 5:30 pm.
Come down to the Cannery Building at the Port of Gold Beach President’s Day weekend for the most organized book sale on the Oregon Coast. The Friends of Curry Public Library will have like-new books from all genres for sale at unbeatable prices. All proceeds go towards the building fund for the Harald Haug Library Learning Center.
This image from the Oregon Historical Society shows Willard P. Hawley III cutting Oregon's birthday cake with 70 candles in 1929. Chester A. Moores, as Uncle Sam, is in the middle and on the right is Miss Florence Mae Miles, who represents Miss Oregon.