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Oregon Considered

11/14/2007 - Coos Bay: Little City, Big Port

November 14, 2007

1114_community2_400.jpgThe southern coast of Oregon is one of the most isolated parts of the state. But leaders in one coastal town want to turn the seclusion to their advantage.
As part of our series on Northwest communities re-inventing themselves, correspondent Chris Lehman reports on Coos Bay, a little city with plans for a big port.
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