September 2012

Talent Man With Bipolar Disorder Dies In Police Custody

By Jim McCoy Thu 6th September Newsin-custody death

A 23-year old Talent resident with bipolar disorder died in police custody last night. Authorities responded to a medical call at 10:18 p.m. on Wagner Creek Road after Christopher Ladue Jr. had an unknown medical reaction. He was lying on his back in the backyard flailing his arms. His parents and a friend brought him inside.Read More »

Ducks' De'Anthony Thomas: Doing More With Less

De'Anthony Thomas played less than a half in No. 4 Oregon's season opener and still managed to show that he's the flash in the Ducks' prolific offense.
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NFL Commish Says He's Thinking Long Term In Referee Dispute

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September SportsNFLreferee's lockout

Commissioner Roger Goodell say he wants the best officials on the field for the new NFL season, but he's got to think about what's important for the long-term future of the league.
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NFL Commish Says He's Thinking Long Term In Referee Dispute

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September SportsNFLreferee's lockout

Commissioner Roger Goodell say he wants the best officials on the field for the new NFL season, but he's got to think about what's important for the long-term future of the league.
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NFL Commish Says He's Thinking Long Term In Referee Dispute

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September SportsNFLreferee's lockout

Commissioner Roger Goodell say he wants the best officials on the field for the new NFL season, but he's got to think about what's important for the long-term future of the league.
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USDA: Oregon's Hunger Rate High, But Starting To Budge

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September Newshunger in OregonUSDA

According to a report released today by the USDA, a number of Oregonians still experience "food insecurity," but the rate of those in that position is starting to inch downward.Read More »

Amid Challenging Conditions, Progress Made On Goff Fire

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September NewsFort Complex FiresGoff Firewildfires

The Goff Fire, which has kept firefighters busy for over a month, is now roughly 24-percent contained.

The U.S. Forest Service reports that work continues on northernmost perimeter to keep the blaze from crossing the Butte Fork of the Applegate River. Crews are also working east of Goff creek to contain the fire on that side.Read More »

Grants Pass Youths, 17 and 12, Honored As Heroes

The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety is honoring two young people for what are described as extraordinary actions. The pair will be honored just before the start of tonight’s Grants Pass City Council meeting.Read More »

Portland Judge Rules Against Boy Scouts

By Jim McCoy Wed 5th September NewsBoy Scouts

An Oregon judge has denied a request from the Boy Scouts of America to order extensive redactions of 20 years of so-called "perversion" files before they are made public. But Multnomah County Judge John Wittmayer did order less extensive redactions.
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NFL Youth Movement At QB

By Jim McCoy Tue 4th September SportsNFL

Youth and inexperience have taken over the most important position in the NFL. Ten starting quarterbacks will have one year or less of experience this season, with five teams letting rookies run the show. STATS LLC says the league hasn't put the ball in the hands of so many young passers in more than 60 years.
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