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Updates on 790, Lost Hubcap and Happy Camp Complex Fires

By Jim McCoy Wed 3rd September Newswildfires
Forestry officials are reporting moderate fire behavior at the 790 Fire burning 10 miles southeast of Prospect and in the Sky Lakes Wilderness. Today- crews are working on directly around the burning perimeter, ready to disengage if volatile conditions become dangerous. The Pacific Crest Trail remains closed from Crater Lake National Park to Highway 140.Read More »

BREAKING NEWS: Subway, Mini Pet Mart Robbery Suspects Arrested

Two young Medford men have been taken into custody and charged with the robberies of the Subway restaurant at 1250 Crater Lake Avenue on July 9th and 14th, and the Mini Pet Mart on august 9th. The Medford Police said they were able to identify the suspects thanks to a witness came forward. 22-year old Michael Dennis Bobbett is suspected of committing all three robberies.Read More »

Six Die In Holiday Weekend Crashes Around Oregon

By Jim McCoy Tue 2nd September Newsfatalitiesholiday travel
The Oregon State Police says six people died in traffic crashes during the Labor Day weekend, statistically similar to past years. Since 1970, Oregon has averaged seven fatalities during Labor Day weekends. The deadliest was in 1978, when 17 people were killed. This weekend's crashes all occurred away from the state's largest cities.Read More »

Mushroom Hunt Is On, Matsutakes Hard To Find

By Jim McCoy Tue 2nd September Newsmushroom hunting
The hunt for prized matsutake mushrooms is underway in the woods on the east side of the Cascade Range in Southern Oregon, but pickers say it's been too dry. Walt Boles, who manages a mushroom picker camp, says people scouting in advance of the season didn't find many matsutakes. The Klamath Falls Herald and News reports (http://bit.ly/1rL0MBK) that most pickers stay until heavyRead More »

Evening News Update

By admin Tue 2nd September News
Evening update on US Manufacturing, the Iceland Volcano eruption, and Ron Wyden's World Reaction.
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Port of Portland Building Propane Terminal

By Jim McCoy Tue 2nd September NewsPort of Portlandpropane terminal
The Port of Portland has reached an agreement to house a Canadian company's propane terminal, importing the fuel by rail from Canada and exporting it by ship to Asia. The port announced the agreement Tuesday with Pembina Pipeline Corp. of Calgary, Alberta. The port said the $500 million terminal could go online in 2018 and handle 37,000 barrels a day of propane.Read More »

1-800-FLOWERS.COM Buying Harry & David

By Jim McCoy Tue 2nd September News1-800-FLOWERS.COMHarry & David
1-800-FLOWERS.COM Inc.Read More »

Southern Oregon Pears Early, Not As Plentiful

By Jim McCoy Tue 2nd September Newsagriculturepears
Midway through an early harvest, one of the world's largest pear growers says its Rogue Valley crop isn't meeting expectations. Medford-based Naumes Inc. told the Mail Tribune (http://is.gd/Q1Kdho ) that the harvest is two weeks ahead of schedule and it looks like the yield will be 15 percent below normal. It says the culprit was a two-day freeze in late March.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Tue 2nd September News
Morning Update on Pakistan's Protests, Ukraine's Conflict, Ron Wydens US Role, and Pear Problems
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News - Ukraine Conflict

By admin Tue 2nd September News
Pro Russian Rebels are backing off their demand for full independence as the make another advance on the ground.
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