Oregon GOP Recommendation: Just Say "No"

The Oregon Republican Party is not recommending a "yes" vote on any of the seven measures on the ballot in November. The GOP's State Central Committee voted Saturday to oppose five of the measures. The committee took no position on two others. Republicans say voters should reject marijuana legalization and labeling requirements for foods with genetically modified ingredients.Read More »

Chain Reaction Crash In North Bend

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th August Newsvehicle crash
The failure of a commercial truck to stop in time at a traffic light on the McCullough Bridge in North Bend caused a chain reaction crash Tuesday afternoon. Traffic was closed on Highway 101 at the bridge for two hours. At 1:51 p.m., two passenger vehicles, a utility truck and a commercial truck towing a semi-trailer were stopped at the north end of the McCullough Bridge.Read More »

"Threatened" Status Sought For Monarch Butterfly

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th August Newsmonarch butterfly
Three conservation groups and a butterfly expert are asking the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service to list the monarch butterfly as a threatened species. The News-Journal of Wilmington, Del.Read More »

Gold Hill City Councilors Survive Recall Vote

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th August NewsGold Hill
Four city councilors in the Jackson County city of Gold Hill have survived a recall vote over approving a license for a medical marijuana dispensary. The Grants Pass Daily Courier ( ) reports Tuesday that all four got 60 percent of the vote or more. Recall petitioners had said they should be removed for pursuing their own agenda and for allowing the Breeze BoRead More »

Evening News Update

By admin Tue 26th August News
Evening Update on the Israel Gaza Ceasefire, Russian and Ukrainian Talks, and Forest Restrictions.
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Contract Awarded To Modify Fish Ladder On Diversion Dam In Bear Creek

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th August News
The Bureau of Reclamation awarded a $1,756,850 contract last Thursday to Northbank Civil and Marine, LLC, a small business from Vancouver, Washington, to construct fish ladder modifications to the Oak Street Diversion Dam located approximately 1 mile north of Ashland on Bear Creek. When complete, the current fish ladder will be replaced with a new one on the opposite side of the dam.Read More »

Oregon Gas Most Expensive In Lower 48

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th August NewsAAAgas pricesOregon
For the second week in a row, Oregon has the most expensive gasoline in the 48 contiguous states. Only drivers in Hawaii and Alaska are paying more. For the week, the national average for regular unleaded falls one-and-a-half cents to $3.43 while Oregon’s average edges down a penny to $3.89 per gallon.Read More »

Irrigators Ask Judge To Cut Off Water For Salmon

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th August NewsKlamath Basinwater
Water providers in California's Central Valley are asking a federal judge to stop releases of extra water intended to help salmon in the Klamath Basin survive the drought. The petition was filed late Monday in U.S.Read More »

Road Rage Incident Gets Out Of Hand

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th August Newsroad rageWilliam Ashby
A road rage incident between Central Point and White City Monday night resulted in a scuffle, a shot fired and a Central Point man facing criminal charges.Read More »

News - Michael Brown Funeral

By admin Tue 26th August News
Michael Brown's Relative have said goodbye to the 18 year old.
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