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Eugene Institutes Community Court For Minor Offenses

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th February NewsEugene Community Court
The city of Eugene is planning to establish a community court for certain low-level offenses. To help choose which offenses, they want the public's input. The Eugene Register-Guard reports (http://bit.ly/1gNEnuN ) the community court would take some of the work from the city's municipal court.Read More »

Gusty Weather Brings More Wind, Rain

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th February Newsweather
Wind gusts have knocked down branches and caused power outages in coastal Oregon and the Willamette Valley, and forecasters say more is on the way. The National Weather Service says gusts could approach 70 mph on beaches and 60 mph in north and central Oregon coastal communities on Monday. A high-wind warning remains in effect until late Tuesday.Read More »

Portland School District, Teachers Meeting With Mediator

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th February News
Portland Public Schools and the local teacher's union are scheduled to meet with the state mediator on Monday in hopes of avoiding a strike. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/MsBKEn) they worked through the weekend and district leaders expressed optimism about their efforts after weeks of no progress. If they do not reach an agreement, Portland teachers could go on the first Read More »

News - Medford Strike Update

By admin Mon 17th February News
Public Schools are observing president's day today, and teacher contract negotiations are also on hold in the Medford School District.
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News - New England Weather

By admin Mon 17th February News
New Englanders are digging out from the latest snowstorm to hit the region.
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News - Egypt Bus Bombing

By admin Mon 17th February News
At Least four tourist are said to have been killed in a bus bombing on the Egyptian side of the Israel Border.
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Morning News Update

By admin Mon 17th February News
Update on the New England Weather, Egypt's Bus Bombing, an update on the Medford Teacher Strike, and Attitudes towards surveillance.
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Wet Weather In Store For Southern Oregon Weekend

By Jim McCoy Fri 14th February Newsweather
This weekend's weather will bring an abundance of rain, high winds in some areas, and flooding on the Coquille River. The NOAA/NWS Medford office says levels will rise rapidly at Lost Creek and Applegate reservoirs. Snow levels are expected to remain above pass levels, but will dip into the 5500 to 6000 elevation range through this evening.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Fri 14th February News
Evening update on the Medford Teacher Strike and Portland Teachers, Traffic stopped in the east, and Eugene Oregon Powerless
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Gov. Kitzhaber Declares Drought In Four SE Oregon Counties

By Jim McCoy Fri 14th February NewsdroughtGov. John Kitzhaber
Gov. John Kitzhaber has declared a drought in four counties in the high desert of southeastern Oregon and says more are likely to follow. The governor said Friday from Salem the drought declaration applies to Klamath, Lake, Harney and Malheur counties.Read More »

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