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Curry County

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Curry County, established in 1855, is where the Rogue and Chetco rivers meet the Pacific. 22,000 people live in the 1,648 square mile county. The county seat is Gold Beach in the middle of the county, while the largest and fastest growing population center is Brookings, near the California border. Port Orford is the oldest townsite on the Oregon Coast and the cultural focus of Curry County is Ophir.

The Gold Beach Chamber of Commerce wants everyone to know that Highway 101 through Curry County is NOT washed out.

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