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News - Police Groundbreaking

By admin Mon 27th April News
Groundbreaking is to begin today for a new Medford Police Station, the three story more than 46,000 square foot building is to replace the current 11,000 square foot site being shared with city hall.
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News - Nepal Earthquake

By admin Mon 27th April News
The disaster in Nepal is said to be almost unimaginable...tens of thousands of people are shell-shocked and sleeping in the streets after a massive earthquake ripped across the Himalayan Nation on Saturday and killed more than 3,600 people
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News - Holmes Trial

By admin Mon 27th April News
Opening statements start today in the long-awaited trial of James Holmes, the man accused of opening fire in a Colorado movie theater, killing 12 people and injuring more than 70...
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BREAKING NEWS: Shootout In Salem

By Jim McCoy Fri 24th April NewsOregonSalemshootout

Police are on the scene of a shooting near a Walmart store in Salem, Oregon

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City Police Lt. Dave Okada says shots were exchanged with a suspect late Friday morning. No police officers have been hit, but a police dog was injured.Okada asks the public to avoid the area, saying it's an "active tactical situation."

BLM Closes Medford Office Over Protests

A call for help from a rural gold miner led more than 100 protesters, many of them armed, to gather outside Medford's Bureau of Land Management office.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1HA7lwh ) that BLM closed the office Thursday, citing safety concerns.Read More »

Bill Would Allow Motorcycles To Pass Between Cars In Traffic Jams

By Jim McCoy Fri 24th April NewsmotorcyclesOregon legislature

The Oregon Senate has backed a bill allowing motorcycles to pass between cars or trucks during highway traffic jams.

The Senate's 18-10 vote on Thursday sends the measure to the House.

Motorcycle and moped riders on a highway with a speed limit of at least 50 mph would gain the right to pass between vehicles if traffic moves at no more than 10 mph.

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"Military Mistress" Now Wanted In Wyoming

Wyoming is likely joining the list of states charging the so-called Military Mistress and her current husband with check fraud.

The Casper Star Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1OO0VtO ) employees at Murdoch's Ranch & Home Supply told Casper Police 39-year-old Bobbi House wrote more than $1,000 in bad checks at the store.

House is accused of marrying at least a doRead More »

Barn Owls Delay Removal Of 41-ft. Nutcracker Near Roseburg

By Jim McCoy Thu 23rd April Newsbarn owls

A barn owl family has taken a liking to the 41-foot-tall nutcracker in a park near Roseburg, putting plans to dismantle the giant statue on hold.

The News-Review reports (http://bit.ly/1HrDEyV ) that the 18,000-pound nutcracker erected to celebrate the Festival of Lights couldn't be removed Tuesday because the owls are a federally protected species.

Workers founRead More »

News - Background Check Bill

By admin Thu 23rd April News
After a bill requiring background checks on most private gun sales passed the Oregon senate, the house rules committee put on the brakes temporarily
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News -‘Earth Day’ USA

By admin Thu 23rd April News
‘Earth Day’ observances were part of yesterday’s schedule around the globe...
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