ODFW Surveying Oregon Hunters On Lead Ammo

By Jim McCoy Mon 23rd June Newshuntinglead ammunitionODFW
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife plans to ask hunters to share their opinions about using lead ammunition. The Register-Guard reports ( ) a survey is being mailed this month to a random sample of 4,200 hunters in the state.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Fri 20th June News
Evening update on the IRS Probe, the Ukraine Conflict, the growing fire in Klamath Falls, and the Interim College President for SOU
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Interim President Named At SOU

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th June NewsRoy SaigoSouthern Oregon Uniersity
The Oregon University System says Roy Saigo has been named interim president of Southern Oregon University. He replaces Mary Cullinan, who resigned to become president at Eastern Washington University. Saigo was president of St. Cloud State University in Minnesota from 2000 to 2007, and has more recently been a consultant.Read More »

Missing Man Found In Josephine County

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th June NewsBruce Lemmermanmissing person
A White City man who had walked away from his family’s car in Grants Pass yesterday was found several hours later at the Oregon Caves National Monument. 68-year old Bruce Lemmerman was supposed to be going there that day for a family outing, but apparently began experiencing medical issues, so his family was discussing turning around and going home in the Abby’s Pizza parking lot.Read More »

Fire In Klamath County Grows To Over 800 Acres

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th June NewsBryant Fire
A wildfire burning in Klamath County has grown to over 800 acres. The Bryant Fire, which broke out yesterday in the area of a logging operation, is burning 20 miles east of Klamath Falls. The Oregon Department of Forestry expects the fire to continue to grow as windy conditions are hampering firefighting efforts.

Earthquake Rumbles Off Oregon Coast

By Jim McCoy Fri 20th June Newsearthquake
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 3.9 has been recorded off the Oregon coast but there were no reports of it causing damage or being felt. The National Earthquake Information Center in Golden, Colo., says the quake hit Thursday evening. It was centered about 240 miles west-northwest of Coos Bay, Oregon, at a depth of 6 miles.

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 19th June News
Evening update on how the USA is helping Iraq, the Drought in Ashland, and Pot Dispensary Rules.
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Search Continues, Person Of Interest Named In Disappearance

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th June Newsmissing personStephanie Warner
Authorities are continuing their search for a Ruch woman who has been missing for almost a year. 61-year old Lennie Laverne Ames has been named as a “person of interest” by the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department in the disappearance of 43-year old Stephanie Ann Warner. Ames has warrants out for his arrest on unrelated charges. Warner hasn’t been seen since July 4th, 2013.Read More »

Authorities Remind Motorists of Seasonal Considerations For Summer Driving

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th June Newsdriver safety
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office wants to remind drivers the importance of slowing down and staying alert. During the summer months there are more vehicles, motorcyclists, pedestrians, and bicyclists who all share the roadways.Read More »

Ashland Working On Pot Dispensary Rules

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th June Newsmedical marijuana dispensaries
The Ashland City Council is going to work to draft rules regarding dispensaries for medical marijuana. Guidelines will include keeping dispensaries a minimum of 200 feet away from residential zones. The Ashland Daily Tidings reports that work will be done on rules this week and work will continue at the July first meeting of the city council.Read More »


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