News - Kobani Fight

By admin Tue 18th November News
The fight in Syria Continues.
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Brittany Maynard's Mother Blasts Vatican

By Jim McCoy Tue 18th November NewsBrittany MaynardDebbie Zeiglerright-to-die
Brittany Maynard's mother is responding angrily to the Vatican's criticism of Maynard's decision to end her life early under an Oregon law written to let terminally ill patients die on their own terms. Days after Maynard's Nov.Read More »

Employment: Oregon Has Biggest 1-Month Job Increase In Nearly 20 Years

By Jim McCoy Tue 18th November Newseconomyjobs
State figures show that Oregon employers went on a hiring spree this fall, adding nearly 10,000 jobs in October. The state Employment Department said Tuesday that's the largest one-month gain in jobs since August 1995, when more than 10,400 jobs were added. The agency said hiring was particularly strong in three sectors: manufacturing, health care, and professional and business sRead More »

Homeless Man Escapes Unharmed After Tent Set On Fire

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th November Newstent fire
Officers say somebody poured gasoline or another flammable liquid on a homeless man's tent in Oregon and set it on fire, but the man and his dog scrambled out uninjured. The Washington County sheriff's office says the 47-year-old man called authorities late Saturday. He told deputies he was asleep when he heard someone outside the tent and called out.Read More »

Memorial Planned For Slain Linfield Student

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th November NewsLinfield CollegeParker Moore
A fence near the football field at Linfield College has become a memorial for Parker Moore, a football player who was stabbed to death Saturday night at a convenience store near the campus in McMinnville. The 20-year-old football player also was mourned Sunday night in his home town of Woodinville, Washington.Read More »

Study: Virus May Be Causing Sea Star Wasting

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th November News
Scientists have isolated a virus they are pretty sure is causing the mysterious disease that has killed millions of sea stars on the Pacific Coast by melting them into slime and piles of tiny bones. The study published Monday in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences says a variety of densovirus is the likely cause of sea star wasting syndrome. Cornell UniveRead More »

Syngenta Facing Lawsuits From Farmers Over GMO Seed

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th November NewscornGMOSyngenta
More farmers are filing lawsuits against agrochemicals giant Syngenta in a legal battle tied to the sale of a genetically modified corn seed. Agrisure Viptera is genetically altered to kill corn-eating bugs and is approved by the United States. It was marketed to farmers in 2011.Read More »

Body of Fallen Climber Found

By Jim McCoy Mon 17th November NewsBenjamin Newkirkclimbing accident
Searchers have recovered the body of a 39-year-old Oregon climber who fell 900 feet as he descended in darkness from the summit of a Cascade Range peak. After extreme weather and the threat of avalanches hampered searchers for three days, a National Guard helicopter spotted the body of Benjamin Newkirk on Sunday.Read More »

News - Kassig Death

By admin Mon 17th November News
The parents of the latest western hostage to be killed by ISIS are proud of his Humanitarian work.
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News - Winter Weather

By admin Mon 17th November News
Christmas is coming early to the mountains.
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