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By admin Mon 21st April News
Update on the South Korean Ferry Disaster
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Report: County Unemployment Figures Generally The Same

By Jim McCoy Mon 21st April News
Much like at the state level, unemployment in southern Oregon counties remains statistically similar, with a slight uptick in most cases. With that said, the region remains in much better shape than it was this time in 2013 from an employment standpoint. In Jackson County, total payroll declined 300 jobs in March, with 220 coming from the retail sector.Read More »

Lawsuit Would Block Sale Of Oregon Forest Lands

By Jim McCoy Mon 21st April NewsElliott State Forestlawsuit
Conservation groups have gone to court to block the sale of a portion of the Elliott State Forest to a private timber company. The lawsuit filed Monday in Lane County Circuit Court in Eugene argues that a 1957 law prohibits the state from selling any portion of the Elliott that had previously been part of a national forest.Read More »

Klamath Man Faces Manslaughter, DUI Charges

The Klamath County district attorney, Rob Patridge, say a woman in the Sprague River community was killed by a vehicle Sunday night, and a man was arrested on charges of manslaughter and drunken driving. A press release from Patridge identified the woman as 62-year-old Barbara Lynn Malo. It said she died about 7:15 p.m.Read More »

Weather To Delay Work On Interstate 5 Near Phoenix

By Jim McCoy Mon 21st April NewsFern Valley InterchangeODOT
A rainy weather forecast is delaying work on Interstate 5 tonight north of Phoenix which would have channeled traffic into a single lane. “You cannot stripe when the weather is wet,” said Project Manager Tim Fletcher in a Monday morning press release.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 17th April News
Update this Evening on the Korean Ferry, the Crisis in Ukraine, the Oregon Fire Season, and a Teen Jihadist sentenced.
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Man Suspiciously Approaches Child In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th April Newssuspicious incident
A girl waiting for the bus this morning safely steered clear of a man offering her a ride. The incident occurred at about 7:25 a.m. in the 2400 block of Leonard Road in the Grants Pass area. When a white man that appeared to be 25 to 35 years old with shoulder length hair stopped and offered the child a ride, she refused and he left the scene.Read More »

Murder Suspect Arrested In Klamath Falls

Today at approximately 6:12 a.m., Klamath Falls Police Department officers responded to the 1800 block of Laverne Avenue on the report of a murder. Officers arrived on the scene and discovered a deceased male who had been shot multiple times. Officers took James Harold Forshee II, age 58, from Klamath Falls, into custody at the scene. Forsbee faces murder charges.Read More »

Prepare For Fire Season On "National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day"

Nearly three-quarters of a million Oregon residents live in forested areas. While all the greenery makes for a beautiful living environment, dry and dead vegetation leaves people in these areas vulnerable to wildfires. Are you one of them? Get involved by taking part in National Wildfire Community Preparedness Day on May 3.Read More »

State Audit: Focus Welfare Focus To Jobs

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th April NewsjobsState of Oregonwelfare
A state audit calls on Oregon to turn its attention from getting aid to people slammed by the Great Recession to getting them jobs. The Oregonian reports ( ) the audit from Secretary of State Kate Brown's office concludes welfare program managers have failed to hold recipients accountable for missed job appointments and sometimes went years without significant contacRead More »


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