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Prime Time: Oregon Coast Whale Watch Week Coming Soon

By Jim McCoy Thu 13th March Newswhale watching
Oregon parks officials say it's nearly prime viewing season for the annual gray whale spring migration, visible from the Oregon coast. Parks officials say northbound whale numbers usually peak about the last week of March so they've designated March 22-29 as Spring Whale Watch Week.Read More »

Police: Man Shot By Police Was Wanted In Kidnapping

By Jim McCoy Thu 13th March Newsofficer-involved shooting
Portland police say a man an officer fatally shot near a high school on Wednesday was a suspect in a January kidnapping and in bank robberies. The police said Thursday the man's name would be released after an autopsy is performed and his relatives are notified. The wounded officer was identified as John Romero, a school resource officer. He was hit in the arm and hand.Read More »

News - Malaysian Jetliner Mystery

By admin Thu 13th March News
The search for the missing Malaysian jetliner continues with no sing of debris said to have been spotted.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 13th March News
Update this morning on the New York Gas Explosion, the Missing Malaysian Jetliner, an update on Gas prices, and a College Teacher Strike in Portland.
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News - Gas Explosion Search

By admin Thu 13th March News
The Investigation Continues into the New York apartment explosion yesterday.
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News - Gas Price Outlook

By admin Thu 13th March News
Refinery closures for maintenance and tensions between Russia and Ukraine are factors in the recent rise in Gas Prices.
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Evening News Update

By admin Wed 12th March News
Update on the Crimea reaction, the missing plane hunt, and the future of timber in Oregon
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Cave Junction Mill To Re-open This Summer

By Jim McCoy Wed 12th March NewsRough & Readytimber industry
- The Rough and Ready Lumber mill that shut down last year in the Josephine County town of Cave Junction plans to reopen this summer. The Daily Courier reports (http://bit.ly/O1k4jU ) a $1 million Business Oregon loan and $4 million in state and federal tax credits will pay for upgrades and automation. The mill will employ 66 people.Read More »

Enforcing GMO Ban Could Be Costly, County Says

By Jim McCoy Wed 12th March NewsGMO Ban
If a ballot measure banning genetically modified organisms passes in Jackson County, enforcement of the new law could cost as much as $219,000 a year, says County Administrator Danny Jordan, according to a report in the Medford Mail Tribune.Read More »

Oregon Voters Could Face Multiple Marijuana Legalization Options

By Jim McCoy Wed 12th March Newsballot measuresmarijuana
Paul Stanford, one of the nation's leading marijuana legalization advocates, doesn't only want Oregonians to have the right to smoke pot. He wants it written into the state constitution. Stanford's proposed constitutional amendment is one of several pot questions that may go to Oregon voters in November.Read More »

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