Jul. 9—After being forced to stop festivities in 2020, the Coos County Fair is coming back with a bang later this month.
With a theme of "Concert Nights and Carnival Lights," the fair will open July 20 at the Coos County Fairgrounds in Myrtle Point.
The traditional 4-H livestock show will be back in full force, the carnival will be available to entertain children and adults and concerts are planned to rock long into the night throughout the fair.
The fair began in 1912 and continues to provide the opportunity for youth to highlight their work in livestock, floral, land products, culinary, needlework, photography and arts and crafts.
The fair also highlights agcriculture, crafts industry and businesses in the county.
The grand marshals for 2021 fair and rodeo are Karl and Karen Jernstedt. The Jernstedts have lived in Coos County for more than 30 years and have been active in the fair. Karl had volunteered at the livestock and horse check-in since 1990, while Karen is the beef leader in the Twin Oaks 4-H Club and the curator of the ever popular Coos County Fair Birthing Barn, which started in 2007.
Both Karl and Karen participated in 4H and FFA in their youth. Karl started in the Canby area and later in the Spokane area, he earned the National Farmer Degree in FFA. He also competed at the National Level with livestock judging. Karen was raised in Winston on a sheep farm and at was the charter president with Douglas FFA.
Bella Cagley, a soon-to-be junior at Marshfield High School, is the fair queen this year.
Cagley is part of the leadership team at Marshfield High School and an active member of the Coos County Rangers 4-H club. She has participated in horse 4-H for six years and plans to continue until she graduates from high school. Bella is dedicated to horse 4-H, because she feels that 4-H teaches responsibility, respect and social skills to even the shyest of kids.
Lily Mullins of North Bend is the 2021 junior princess. Mullins is in her fourth year of equine 4-H. She is an active member of the Coos County Ranger 4-H group, currently holding the office of president. She has a 6-year-old mustang/quarter horse cross named Season that she loves to do SWOHA shows and 4-H events with. Mullins is excited for this opportunity and looks forward to what the future will hold.
Disappearance of Jeremy Bright
disappearance of American teenager
Coordinates: 43°03′33″N124°08′32″W / 43.059180°N 124.142220°W / 43.059180; -124.142220
Jeremy Doland Bright (born May 25, 1972 – disappeared August 14, 1986) is an American teenager who disappeared under mysterious circumstances while attending the Coos County Fair in Myrtle Point, Oregon. At the time of his disappearance, Bright resided in Grants Pass and had been visiting family in Myrtle Point. On August 14, 1986, he attended the Coos County Fair with his younger sister. During the day, the two separated, but Bright failed to meet her that afternoon at the carnival's ferris wheel. Several witnesses reported seeing Bright forcibly removed from the area by an unknown man, though these sightings were not confirmed.
Initially, local law enforcement suspected foul play in Bright's case; however, within the week following his disappearance, several reported sightings of him in the area led detectives to reverse this decision, and he was temporarily classified as a runaway. Numerous theories and rumors circulated in Myrtle Point following Bright's disappearance, which were detailed in a 1989 segment on NBC's Unsolved Mysteries. Among them were that Bright overdosed on a drug at a party and his body had been disposed of by those present; another that he had been shot by local men while swimming in the Coquille River, who attempted to nurse him back to health, but buried his body in a shallow grave after he succumbed to the wound. Law enforcement conducted searches of property in correspondence with these rumors, but found no evidence leading to Bright's discovery.
A local man who had babysat Bright during his childhood, Terry Lee Steinhoff, was considered a suspect in his disappearance after Steinhoff was convicted of murdering a 32-year-old woman; there had been reports that Bright was seen in Steinhoff's truck the day he disappeared. However, Steinhoff died in prison in 2007. In August 2011, Bright's family stated they presumed him dead and held a formal memorial service in his memory. As of 2021[update], his whereabouts remain unknown.
In August 1986, fourteen-year-old Jeremy Bright, a resident of Grants Pass, Oregon, was staying in Myrtle Point with his stepfather and younger sister. Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Bright had been raised in Myrtle Point. On Wednesday, August 13, Bright attended the Coos County Fair with his friend Johnny Fish. That day, he called his mother, Diane, from a payphone, and made plans for her to pick him and his 10-year-old sister, S'te (es-tEE), up in Myrtle Point on August 15. Later the same day, Bright met with his stepfather at a tavern owned by his grandmother, and was given money to attend the fair the next day. This was the last time he was seen by his stepfather or grandmother.
On Thursday, August 14, Bright attended the fair a second time, now with S'te. The two parted ways at approximately 2 p.m., with Bright planning to meet up with his sister again at 5 p.m. near the ferris wheel on the fairgrounds. He never reappeared. He was last seen wearing a black windbreaker jacket, a red tank top, nylon blue shorts, and a pair of black, size 13 Nike shoes with red shoe laces.
The following day, August 15, Bright's mother arrived at his stepfather's house in Myrtle Point to pick up Jeremy and S'te; inside, she found Bright's wallet, watch, and the keys to their Grants Pass apartment. After Bright failed to surface that day among any of his family members, she contacted the authorities and reported him missing.
Law enforcement initially suspected foul play in Bright's disappearance, but on August 23, 1986, one week after his disappearance, it was announced that they were no longer suspecting foul play due to alleged sightings of Bright in the days after he disappeared, some of which were reported as late as August 16 or 17. Law enforcement believed that Bright may have run away with the traveling carnival. Alternately, several individuals (including S'te) had reported prior that they witnessed Bright be "forcibly removed" by a man near the fairgrounds' ferris wheel between 1:00 and 1:30 p.m.
Several rumors circulated at the time of Bright's disappearance: One claimed that Bright, who had a heart murmur, had attended a party and ingested a beer laced with an illegal drug which caused him to fatally overdose. Another, submitted by an anonymous tip through a prison inmate, claimed that Bright had accidentally been shot to death by a group of quarrelsome men while with his friends at a local swimming hole along the Coquille River. Another alternately claimed that Bright had been shot during a target practice. Allegedly, those responsible attempted to nurse Bright back to health at a remote cabin, but he succumbed to his wound. The tipster claimed his body had been buried in the woods in a shallow grave. Police, however, searched the aforementioned cabin and surrounding area, and found nothing.
Cecelia Fish, the sister of Bright's friend Johnny, told police that the night of Jeremy's disappearance, she witnessed an unnamed male resident of her apartment building stumble inside the entryway, covered in blood.
Numerous wells in the Myrtle Point area were searched following Bright's disappearance after an anonymous tip was submitted in mid-August 1986, which stated Bright's body was in an area well. Another unfruitful tip was given to law enforcement which suggested they "follow a road to a concrete bridge in western Nebraska." Another tip was received leading investigators to young man named Jeremy Bright who was working for a circus company in Florida, where many traveling carnivals and circuses relocate during winter months, but the man was determined to be someone else from Colorado who shared the same name.
In August 1988, filming began for a segment on Bright’s disappearance for the series Unsolved Mysteries. The episode aired in January 1989.
Terry Lee Steinhoff
According to some accounts, Bright was last seen in the passenger's seat of a truck owned by a young man named Terry Lee Steinhoff, who at one time babysat Bright. In January 1989, a week after the case was featured on Unsolved Mysteries, Steinhoff was charged in the stabbing death of 32-year-old Patricia Morris and police considered Steinhoff a potential suspect in Bright's disappearance. Steinhoff died in prison in 2007 of a heroin overdose.
Per a 2007 report, Bright's mother has resided in Florida since 1998, but returns to Myrtle Point each summer to assist in search efforts.
As of 2017[update], Bright remains missing, and is presumed dead by his family. In an obituary for Bright's maternal uncle, who died in Pendleton, Oregon in 2010, it was written that he was preceded in death "most probably his oldest nephew, Jeremy Bright who has been a missing child since August, 1986." In August 2011, his family held a formal memorial service in his memory.
In October 2016, a pond on private property approximately 25 miles (40 km) from Myrtle Point was searched after a tip was received that Bright may have been disposed of there; the search, however, proved fruitless.
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2021 Coos County Fair & Rodeo
|Fair Theme: Concert Nights and Carnival Lights Submitted by Chris Broer of Myrtle Point|
|2021 Grand Marshals:||Karl & Karen Jernstedt|
|2021 Fair Queen:||Bella Cagley|
|2021 Jr Princess:||Lily Mullins|
|10:00 AM - Opens to the public|
|12:00 PM - Carnival opens|
|Presale admission, unlimited ride passes and parking may be purchased online by clicking HERE|
Will there be a fair this year?
Yes, there will be a fair this year!
2021 Coos County Fair Parade application (click to download) - Submit to the Fair Office no later than 5 PM, July 17th
2021 Open Class Handbook (click to download)
2021 4-H Fair Schedule (click to download)
Coos County 4-H fair resources
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