Time Out — with Coach Little (Daily Doubles)

The ins and outs of daily doubles heading into the fall sports season.

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Golfers find it ‘Cool at the Coast’

A portion of the money stays in Florence to fund community projects. A total of 131 golfers participated.

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Sandpines to host week-long PNGA junior tourney

The tournament tees off Monday, Aug. 14, with two days of stroke play, followed by three days of match play, beginning Wednesday, Aug. 16.

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Tackling the basics

Aug. 9, 2017 — Youth learn football basics

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Broncos set to roll in for annual northwest roundup

This annual event features the 1966-77 Ford Bronco.

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Special Olympics bowling to roll soon

In addition to encouraging physical exercise and building self-confidence, the program also helps develop social skills and integration in a fun and accepting atmosphere.

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Salmon Run returns for Shiloh

Just as when the run was first established 11 years ago, all money raised goes to support SWC programs and the watershed that meant so much to Sundstrom.

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Sign up for NFL Football clinic, BGC flag football

registration has opened for the fall flag football season. Grades 1 through 6 are eligible, with practices starting in September.

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Price of Senior Pass to soar

On Aug. 28, however, the fee will be raised from $10 to $80 for a lifetime pass.

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Time Out — With Coach Little

Before showing up for daily doubles in August, parents and student athletes should ask themselves if they are ready for the dedication and commitment responsibilities that come with your chosen sport.

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Time's silent sentinels

Long before August was declared Lighthouse Month in Oregon by Governor Ted Kulongoski in 2007, people have been coming to visit these silent sentinels along the coast.

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Jammin' in the sand

This year's sandboarding competition had a field of nearly 20 participants.

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Cycling against cancer

It’s been 42 days and 3,279 miles since these college students from the University of Texas at Austin, hit the road on their bicycles in an effort to raise funds for cancer research.

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Saturday in the Park

Members of the Siuslaw Baseball Association participated in the annual 100-inning game and Pitch, Hit and Run on April 29 at Miller Park (Photos by Ned Hickson/Siuslaw News)