Fire Sprinkler Controls Blaze At Auto Dealership

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October NewsAirport Chevroletfire
A fire sprinkler system is being credited with helping to control a fire tat brek out this morning at an auto dealership. At 7:24 a.m., an alarm sounded at Airport Chevrolet. As firefighters were en route to the auto retailer, there was a report of smoke, upgrading firefighter response. Two additional engines were sent from Medford, plus an engine from Fire District 3.Read More »

Test For Jackson County's Ballot Tallying System To Be Conducted Next Week

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October Newselection
Jackson County's chief election officer, County Clerk Chris Walker, says there will vote tally system public certification test next week. The test will be conducted Tuesday, October 28th at 10 a.m. at the Jackson County Elections office at 1101 West Main in Medford. Oregon's elections are conducted through a unique vote-by-mail system.Read More »

Complaint: Job Rescinded Due To Transgender Status

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October News
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries is investigating a sex discrimination complaint against a Wisconsin-based wilderness therapy program. The complainant, Sorin D. Thomas, says he was offered a job as a field therapist for New Vision West Coast, Inc., before he told the company he identifies as transgender and androgynous.Read More »

Bear Cub Wanders Into Ashland Pharmacy

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October NewsAshlandbearRite Aid
Some shoppers at an Ashland drug store were surprised by a bear cub scurrying down the aisles.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 22nd October News
Morning Update on an American home from Korea, Travel Restrictions, Gas Prices continue to drop, and a Vehicular Assault Arrest.
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Springfield Says Yes, Eugene No To Local Marijuana Taxes

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st October Newsmarijuanataxes
The Springfield City Council said yes Monday evening to a local tax on marijuana, but the Eugene council said no to the possibility. The Register-Guard reports ( Eugene and Springfield are among dozens of cities and counties considering local taxes before Oregon voters decide next month whether to legalize the use of recreational marijuana. The local jurisdictions hopeRead More »

Collision With Log Truck Kills Sutherlin Couple

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st October News
The Douglas County Sheriff's Office says a Sutherlin couple died when a Toyota Corolla collided with a log truck. The crash happened Monday afternoon on Nonpareil Road in Sutherlin. According to the sheriff's office, the Corolla driven by 50-year-old Todd Gilman veered into the oncoming lane and struck the fully loaded log truck. Gilman and his wife, Tina Gilman, died at the scene.Read More »

Oregon Appeals Early Release Of Killer

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st October Newsearly releaseTrevor Walraven
The state Department of Justice has appealed a decision to release a man who was 14 when he killed the owner of a landmark Rogue River fishing lodge. A judge last month ordered Trevor Walraven to be released from prison before the end of October.Read More »

Regions Asking For $2 Million Support For OSU-Cascades

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st October NewsOSU-Cascades
Leaders from Central Oregon are seeking $2 million in state funding for projects connected with the expansion of OSU-Cascades. The Bulletin newspaper reports ( ) that the money is sought to improve Bend's bus infrastructure and to create a business incubator. The branch campus of Oregon State University is expanding to a four-year institution.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Tue 21st October News
Morning Update on a Possible Ebola Vaccine, Stables Security Breach, the Richardson-Kitzhaber Debate, and Oregon's September Jobs Report.
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