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Cold Weather Abates Blue-Green Algae At Lost Creek Lake

Bitter cold weather in southern Oregon appears to have defeated a persistent blue-green algae bloom at Lost Creek Lake - the largest body of water in Jackson County. According to the U.S.Read More »

Police Dog Assists With Arrest In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th December NewsarrestK9 Officer BrockKurt Dewayne Trujillo
A K9 officer helped Grants Pass Police bring an uncooperative suspect into custody. 25-year old Kurt Dewayne Trujillo was wanted on a number of charges. When police arrived at a residence on Rogue River Highway him, Trujillo hid underneath a bed. He ignored all order to come out, and after being warned, K9 Brock was deployed to apprehend Trujillo.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Thu 19th December News
Target fixes problem, Marshals dispute claim, Crime Spree plea released, a manhole cover blows, and Walen Addressing Obamacare are the topics of this mornings news update.
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BREAKING NEWS: Fire Destroys Eagle Point Barn

By Jim McCoy Thu 19th December Newsfire
A morning fire has destroyed an Eagle Point barn. The Mail Tribune newspaper reports (http://is.gd/7c5hCQ ) that crews arrived shortly after 6 a.m. Thursday to find a fully engulfed structure, and focused on preventing the fire's spread to nearby wildland. No injuries have been reported.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Wed 18th December News
More time to pay on Obamacare purchases, A Reno Hospital Shooting, a possible Natural Gas Price Hike, a fatal crash on Highway 199, Union Fee Restrictions, and Trail Smoking are all the topics of this nights news update.
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Quest To Restrict Union Fees Targets Three States, Including Oregon

By Jim McCoy Wed 18th December Newsballot measuresunion fees
Voters in at least three states could get a chance to decide next year whether to limit the fees that unions can collect. After recent successes in Michigan and Indiana, supporters of "right-to-work" laws now are focusing their efforts on Missouri, Ohio and Oregon.Read More »

Oregon Parks Looking To Further Smoking Restrictions

By Jim McCoy Wed 18th December NewsOregon parkssmoking
The Oregon parks department is contemplating a rule to ban smoking out in the open air on hiking trails, picnic areas and common areas of campgrounds. Spokesman Chris Havel said Wednesday the agency is following through on an executive order from the governor to reduce the public's exposure to secondhand smoke. He adds that a smoking ban would also help limit the problem of discRead More »

Megaload Makes Daylight Run In Eastern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Wed 18th December Newsmegaloadoil field equipment
A 450-ton shipment of oilfield equipment delayed by protests and bad weather in Eastern Oregon got permission from state officials for a daylight run on Tuesday. It traveled 50 miles on a stretch at elevations above 4,000 feet where the state said ice was feared after dark. The transport is headed for the Canadian tar sands oil development and has to pull off frequently to let trRead More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 18th December News
Update on the American Housing Market, Mohammed Morsi Trial, Oregon Job Growth, and Fishing For Deposits
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