Today Is The Last Day To Mail Your Ballots

By Jim McCoy Thu 30th October News2014 general electionmailing ballots
The Oregon secretary of state's office says Thursday is the last day for residents to put their ballots in the mail if they want them to arrive in time for Tuesday's election. An election day postmark isn't enough. Ballots have to be received in the elections office by 8 p.m.Read More »

California Man Arrested In Medford After Drug Deal Gone Bad

By Jim McCoy Thu 30th October NewsrobberyRobert Custer
A drug deal gone bad has resulted in the arrest of three suspects in Medford. The victim called Medford police to report he had been robbed in the middle of making a marijuana sale at around 3 p.m. Wednesday. The victim reported the contraband was stolen at gunpoint. The victim provided Medford Police a description of three suspects and their vehicle- a silver Scion Cube.Read More »

Report: Oregon's Economy Is Growing

By Jim McCoy Thu 30th October Newseconomy
A report from the University of Oregon says most metro economies in the state are expanding at or above their normal rates. The university's Regional Economic Indexes also says more people are looking for work around Medford, Salem, Eugene and Bend. The Oregonian reports ( the increasing number of people looking for work has caused the unemployment rate to iRead More »

Burglary Suspect Arrested In Rogue River Area

By Jim McCoy Thu 30th October NewsJarred Garwood
Jackson County Sheriff's deputies arrested a man Tuesday that they say was responsible for a burglary in the 9,000 block of West Evans Creek Road. 32-year old Jarrod Garwood was arrested at his home in the 5,000 block of East Evans Creek road. A search of Garwood's home turned up a number of stolen items, as well as drugs and firearms.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Wed 29th October News
Evening update on the Kobani Relief, the Ebola Fight, Real Estate Sales, and a Fugitive threatened murder.
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Gov. Kitzhaber Praises Coast Guard Decision To Delay Newport Closure

By Jim McCoy Wed 29th October NewsCoast Guard NewportGov. John Kitzhaber
Oregon Gov. John Kitzhaber praised the decision by U.S. Coast Guard Commandant Adm. Paul F. Zukunft to defer the closure of the Coast Guard search and rescue helicopter facility at Newport from November 30 to December 15. "Oregon's emergency response capability is best served by this facility staying open permanently," said Governor Kitzhaber in a statement.Read More »

Reward Offered To Help Find Hit-And-Run Driver

By Jim McCoy Wed 29th October Newshit and runJarred HoustonRobert Calvin
One year after the incident, the Oregon State Police are still looking for the driver and the vehicle involved in a hit-and-run that killed two men near Cave Junction. 21-year old Jarred Houston and 41- Robert Calvin were involved in an altercation on Highway 199 at milepost 30, when a tan colored, 1980s style Toyota pick-up with a matching color canopy struck and killed the men.Read More »

Hospital Workers Stage 3-Day Strike

By Jim McCoy Wed 29th October NewsMcKenzie-Willamette Medical Centerstrike
Workers at a Springfield hospital are on a three-day strike over negotiations for a new contract. The strike involves about 340 workers at McKenzie­Willamette Medical Center - such as emergency room and monitor technicians, housekeepers, food service workers, radiology technicians and physical therapy aides. They say the hospital has proposed increases in health care costs that wRead More »

Deschutes River Rescue Saves Thousands Of Fish

By Jim McCoy Wed 29th October NewsDeschutes Riverstranded fish
It turns out that a rescue effort last weekend in the dwindling waters of the Deschutes River saved nearly 7,000 fish. The fish were in pools along a side channel of the river that was drained when the state switched from delivering water for summer irrigation to filling the Wickiup Reservoir upstream. Volunteers and government workers used electric devices to stun the fish and Read More »

News - Real Estate Sales

By admin Wed 29th October News
Home sales have dropped in Oregon with an increase in prices
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