February 2013

Bradlee Dean on being kicked out of Spanish River High, Boca Raton

By admin Tue 19th February FocusToday
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Bradlee Dean of You Can Run But You Cannot Hide International talks about his most recent experience of being kicked off another school campus and it says about our public education. Originally aired on theDove TV & Radio 19th February 2013 See more at http://thedove.us and http://facebook.com/thedoveonline

Wednesday Is Deadline For Students' Shots To Be Up To Date

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th February NewsDHSschool immunization record
Wednesday is the deadline for Oregon parents to make sure their children's immunizations are up to date or they could be excluded from school.Read More »

Police Identify Man Shot At Portland Hospital

A man police killed at a Portland hospital has been identified as a 50-year-old with history of drug use and crime. The Multnomah County medical examiner's office said Tuesday the man was Merle M. Hatch. He was shot Sunday in the employee parking lot of Portland Adventist Medical Center.Read More »

Fatal Boat Accident Occurs Monday In the Rogue River

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th February Newsfatal boat accident
A boat capsized in the Rogue River yesterday, resulting in the death of 71-year old Geoffrey Lee Wood.Read More »

Lakers' Legendary Owner Passes Away

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February SportsJerry BussLos Angeles LakersNBA
Los Angeles Lakers' owner Jerry Buss has died at age 80. Spokesman Bob Steiner says Buss died Monday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. He'd been hospitalized for cancer, but the immediate cause of death was kidney failure. Buss shepherded the NBA franchise to 10 championships.Read More »

NASCAR Stars Say Phenom Larson is The Real Deal

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February SportsKyle LarsonNASCAR
Kyle Larson is ready to live up to the hype as NASCAR's next great driver. He won a low-level NASCAR developmental series championship last season, the first time he raced in stock cars. He also had three top-10s in his four Truck Series starts. Larson takes the next step when he drives in Saturday's Nationwide Series race at Daytona International Speedway.Read More »

Police Seeking Gunman Shoot Suspect Near Hospital

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February NewsPortland Adventist Medical Centershooting
Police say officers investigating reports of a gunman on the grounds of a southeast Portland hospital shot and killed a suspect in a confrontation. Spokesman Sgt. Pete Simpson says the shooting occurred after police responded to Portland Adventist Medical Center about 9:30 p.m.Read More »

Portland Sex Traffickers Will Spend More Time In Jail

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February Newssex trafficking in Oregon
Sex traffickers in Portland are going to spend more time in prison because of a change in the justice system that is calling for much tougher sentences. The Oregonian reports that last year the average sentence for a pimp in Portland increased to 12 years.Read More »

Legislative Panel Approves Oregon Tuition Bill

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February Newsillegal immgrantsPolitics
A bill allowing illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Oregon universities has cleared its first legislative hurdle.A House committee approved the measure on Monday, sending it to a vote in the full House. Oregon requires university students to pay higher out-of-state tuition if they can't prove they are legally in the United States.Read More »

Premier West Vote Set For Tuesday

By Jim McCoy Mon 18th February Newsfinancial newsPremier West Bank
Shareholders of Premier West Bank stock will be voting tomorrow on whether to sell the company to Starbuck Bankshares. Since the housing bust, Premier West has had difficulties staying afloat financially. Four months ago the parent company of American West Bank out of Spokane agreed with Premier West to buy the Medford-based bank.Read More »


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