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Cat In Grants Pass Survives Shock, 25 Foot Fall

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th April News

The owner of a 17-pound Siamese cat named Liam says he has nearly used up his nine lives after getting shocked on a power pole in Grants Pass and falling 25 feet.

Jennifer Kagay tells The Grants Pass Daily Courier (http://bit.ly/1DpyP6v ) she and her husband were lying in bed early Tuesday when they heard a "bang" and the power went out.

Her husband, Jeff, went outRead More »

Tribes Trace Migration of Klamath Salmon With Relay Run

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th April NewsKlamath tribessalmon

Tribes are tracing the migration route of Klamath Basin salmon with a 260-mile relay run from the ocean to a tributary that has not seen a salmon in a century.

Runners start May 29 at the mouth of the Klamath River in Northern California and finish June 1 in Chiloquin, Oregon, on the Sprague River.

Runners will pass dams slated for removal years ago to allow salmonRead More »

Tuition Increase Approved For OIT

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th April NewsOITtuition

The Oregon Tech Board of Trustrees supports a 5 percent tuition increase.

The Klamath Falls Herald and News reports (http://is.gd/lscciG ) that if the proposal is approved by the Oregon State Board of Higher Education, the base tuition rate would increase from $155 per credit to $162.75 per credit.Read More »

Boat Debris From Tsunami Towed To Oregon Port

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th April News2011 Japanese Tsunami

A 30-foot section of a fiberglass boat believed to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami has been towed to an Oregon port and is headed for the dump once scientists make sure it poses no threat of spreading invasive species.

Chris Havel of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department says the boat was towed to Newport Harbor late Thursday night and was tied up at a marina until Read More »

Lawmakers Kick Off Oregon Caves Expansion

By Jim McCoy Fri 10th April NewsOregon Caves

Oregon Senators Ron Wyden and Jeff Merkley and Representative Peter DeFazio meet today with advocates for the Oregon Caves to celebrate the first tourist season with added land and protections for the landmark.

A bill passed in the last Congress adds 4,070 acres to the 480-acre Oregon Caves National Monument, with the intention of promoting recreation in Southern OregoRead More »

News- Maryland Shooting

By admin Fri 10th April News
Authorities say a man kidnapped a woman, fatally shot a census bureau guard and led police on a car chase through Maryland and Washington, before authorities cornered him
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News - Emergency Help

By admin Fri 10th April News
A recent increase in fatal accidents in southern Oregon has caused an alarm for first responders
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News - Midwest Tornadoes

By admin Fri 10th April News
A large tornado that hit the tiny Northern Illinois town of Fairdale has left one person dead, seven injured and more than a dozen homes destroyed
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Morning News Update

By admin Fri 10th April News
Morning Update on the Midwest Tornadoes, the Maryland Shooting, Emergency help, Google expanding into Oregon, and a "Military Mistress" Sought.
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Jackson County Building New DA's Office

By Jim McCoy Thu 9th April NewsJackson County DA's office

Jackson County is planning a new office building in Medford for the district attorney's office that is designed to be less vulnerable to the kind of homemade bomb attack that blew out a window in 2013.

The Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1ClMlUG ) reports the $6.2 million project would be built to new earthquake standards, and have extra security features, such as bollards to preventRead More »

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