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News - Russian Invasion

By admin Fri 29th August News
EU foreign Ministers are weighing the Blocs stance as Russia sends troops into Ukraine.
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Evening News Update

By admin Fri 29th August News
Evening Update on the Islamic Threat, Syrian peacekeepers and more.
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Rogue Valley Should Get Reprieve From Smoke

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th August Newsair qualitysmoke
The smoke from the July Complex of fires in Siskiyou County that has been hovering over southern Oregon in recent should clear out soon. The National Weather Service is forecasting a shift in the winds that will clear out the Rogue Valley. Southeastern Oregon and northeastern California won't be as fortunate. Thick smoke will be the order of the day in those regions.Read More »

An Expensive Fix For Cover Oregon

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th August NewsCover Oregon
The turnaround expert hired to fix Cover Oregon has stayed longer than expected, did more than planned and has left behind a big bill. The Oregonian reports (http://is.gd/N6aZIq ) Clyde Hamstreet has completed his job stabilizing Oregon's health care exchange.Read More »

Trucking Company Warned After Turbine Tips

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th August Newstransportationturbines
A state spokesman says a trucker who drove a 69-ton turbine from Kansas to Oregon only to see it tip over a block from its destination wasn't carrying the proper endorsements for hauling the load. The Eugene Register-Guard reports (http://bit.ly/XYCNBW) the accident closed a Highway 126 off-ramp and a Springfield street for much of Wednesday. Workers piled up gravel to brace the Read More »

Roseburg VA Director To Retire

By Jim McCoy Fri 29th August Newsroseburg va
The director of the Roseburg Veterans Affairs Medical Center has announced she will retire in January. The Roseburg News-Review reports (http://bit.ly/1qMw0BQ ) Carol Bogedain said in a statement she planned to work three years at the VA and that time will end in January. Her written statement makes no mention of the scrutiny VAs around the country are under because of long wait Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 28th August News
Evening Update on Airstrikes in Israel, California having large waves, and tax credits in Oregon.
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More Details Emerge On Medford Man In Officer-Involved Shooting

By Jim McCoy Thu 28th August Newspolice shootingStephen Andrew McMilon
Friends say a man shot to death after he opened fire on Medford police was a veteran of the Marines who served in the Gulf War. The Medford Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1sJILPU) reports 15 people gathered Wednesday at a memorial service for 52-year-old Stephen Andrew McMilon. Police say McMilon was waving a shotgun and also armed with two handguns and a large amount of ammunition Read More »

Health Officials Encourage Protection Against Mosquitoes

By Jim McCoy Thu 28th August NewsmosquitoesWest Nile virus
Jackson County health officials are urging Oregonians to remain vigilant in protecting themselves against mosquito bites. Of concern is the West Nile virus. Four human cases have been detected in Baker and Malhuer counties. West Nile mosquito activity has been identified in Jackson, Morrow, Union, and Klamath counties. James Lunders of the Jackson County Vector Control District says: 1.Read More »

Expect To See Busier Roads On Labor Day Weekend

By Jim McCoy Thu 28th August NewsLabor Day travel
AAA is forecasting the more people will be traveling over the Labor Day holiday. About 5.4 million people, or 10 percent of the population of Alaska, California, Hawaii, Washington and Oregon will take to the road. Public Affairs Director Marie Dodds says it's not so much that people are making more money, but they are more confident about using their credit cards.Read More »

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