The Hearts and Hands annual craft sale features local artists’ and crafters’ work, showcasing their art once a year during the late fall just in time for the holidays. This year’s sale is located at Pony Village Mall until late December, from 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. on weekends and until 8 p.m. on weekdays.Read More
This is a place to cherish family and celebrate friends.
This is the Mahaffey Ranch annual pumpkin patch tagline according to Shawna Mahaffey, owner and operator of the patch.
“We wanted to add a positive event to the community that’s family friendly and that everyone could enjoy,” Shawna said.
Humorous Interpretations, public forum debates and differently themed poetry all took place last weekend at the South Coast Invitational forensics tournament at MHS.
Freshman Andrew Sheerin was participating in forensics for the first time at the tournament. According to Sheerin, he really enjoys forensics. He loves tying a part of his life into his pieces.
According to Sheerin he loves the community of the forensics team.Read More
Homecoming week is coming to an end and with that comes the homecoming pep assembly. Junior Shawn Zousel said he enjoyed the assembly and had a lot of laughs.
“I really enjoyed how they let anyone who wanted to come down come down,” Zousel said. “They gave everyone a chance to show a little spirit if they wanted.”Read More
Senior Lyra Isenberg has surprised many with her passion for learning and abilities in theater. Isenberg moved to the Bay Area her sophomore year in high school after attending Harwood Union in her home town of South Duxbury, Vt. Throughout her high school career, Isenberg has become involved in Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB),Read More
The Forensics team had one of the most successful performances in Marshfield history at the OSAA Speech and Debate tournament this year. The team received four awards, with senior Quinn Earle earning the four-year award, senior Mackenzie Stueve placing third in expository speaking and junior April Platt placing first in after dinner speech (ADS) and the team placing second overall.Read More
Furry Friends Therapy Dogs, Inc. is a Coos County organization of around 35 certified therapy dogs that are trained to help provide comfort to those in need. The organization started around 12 years ago and was founded as an inspiration from therapy dog programs in California. The Furry Friends program visits 13 care facilities and two hospitals every month.Read More
Pablo Cordobes has spent the last eight months away from friends and family in Spain so he can learn about American culture first-hand. Cordobes grew up outside Madrid, Spain with his parents Jose Luis Cordobes and Antonia Fernandez and his sister Rocio Cordobes. His father works as an architect and his mother is a judge’s clerk.Read More