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Red Flag Poses Concern For Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August Newsfireslightning
The National Weather Service has issued a red flag warning for Southern Oregon as thunderstorms are expected to strike bone-dry terrain. The warning remains in effect through Tuesday evening.Read More »

Conflicts Between Cars And Bicycles Becoming More Commonplace

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August Newsbicycles
Bicycling is a popular activity in Bend, but cyclists and drivers are still learning how to share the road. According to statistics examined by The Bulletin newspaper (http://is.gd/Hvj7PY ), more than 200 crashes between bikes and cars were reported from July 2012 through June 2014.Read More »

Runaway Teen Found At Beaverton Hotel

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August Newssex trafficking
Police detectives in Beaverton, Oregon, found a 17-year-old runaway from California while investigating a sex-trafficking operation. Detective Sgt. Jim Shumway said Monday that detectives found the girl at a hotel with two women and a man who were involved in sex trafficking along the West Coast. The four are all from Stockton, California.Read More »

Oregon Trucker Was Wrongfully Terminated

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August News
An Oregon trucker will get her job back after a federal regulator determined she was wrongly fired for refusing to drive an unsafe vehicle. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration said Monday it has ordered an independent trucking contractor in Gresham to reinstate the driver who was fired almost three years and to pay her back wages.Read More »

An E-Future For Oregon Prison Health Records?

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August Newsprison health care
State prison officials say it's time to convert the health records of Oregon inmates to an electronic system. Prison health care officials told The Oregonian (http://is.gd/Onitvy ) newspaper that the paper files are inefficient, and patients are sometimes turned away because their charts are missing.Read More »

For Now, Progress Is Good On Oregon Gulch Fire

By Jim McCoy Mon 11th August NewsOregon Gulch firewildfires
Sunday’s weather enabled firefighters at the Oregon Gulch Fire to make continued progress on mop-up efforts. The 35 thousand acre fire is now 74 percent contained. Crews are working today on putting out any hot spots found within the 500 foot boundary on the interior of the fire. Residents in the 6-thousand block of Copco Road are instructed to remain ready to evacuate.Read More »

News- Ceasefire Broken

By admin Fri 8th August News
The Israeli military says that it has resumed strikes on targets "across Gaza" in response to rocket fire from the territory that was aimed at Israel.
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News- Oregon Wildfires

By admin Fri 8th August News
Evacuation levels have been lowered for the largest fire complex in Oregon. Those living in effected homes in the area about 17 miles east of Ashland have been told to be ready to leave in case of fire.
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News - Iraq Relief

By admin Fri 8th August News
Iraq and Kurdish officials have welcomed the U.S. decision to authorize airdrops of Humanitarian aid and airstrikes in Northern Iraq to counter advancing Isis militants
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Progress Continues At Oregon Gulch Fire

By Jim McCoy Fri 8th August NewsOregon Gulch fire
Fire managers are pleased with the progress being made on the Oregon Gulch Fire, according to the Oregon Department of Forestry. The blaze is 50 percent contained, and lines have held in spite of challenging weather conditions. Level One evacuations remain in place for the 6,000 block of Copco Road south to the California border. Access is limited to residents.Read More »

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