Reward Offered To Help Solve Shady Cove Burglary

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May News

A reward is being offered to help law enforcement catch the suspect who stole approximately $ 2,800 worth of items from a garage at a residence on Meadows Lane in Shady Cove. The burglary was reported on May 19th.

Among the items stolen were a Glock 9mm pistol, a 1917 Colt .45 revolver, ammunition, two gas powered leaf blowers, and two chain saws.Read More »

Fire Crew Extricates Driver In Grants Pass Crash

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May Newscrash

A vehicle crashing into a light pole shut down one lane of traffic near 7th Street bridge in Grants Pass Tuesday.

At 5:06 p.m., Grants Pass Fire Rescue received a report if a crash at 7th Street and East Park Street. Rescuers arrived to find that the driver's legs were trapped underneath the dash.Read More »

News - LNG Protest

By admin Wed 27th May News
With two proposals focusing on the export of Liquefied Natural Gas, protesters have rallied at the state capitol to oppose the plans.
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News - US Storms

By admin Wed 27th May News
National Weather Services forecasters say there's a chance of more thunderstorms through the rest of the week in Houston, and more storms are also in store.
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Students Return To School After Meeting Vaccine Requirements

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May Newsnon-medical exemptionsvaccines

Four of the five students excluded last week from Yamhill-Carlton Intermediate School for not being vaccinated against whooping cough are back in class.

Yamhill Valley News-Register reports ( ) Principal Michael Fisher says the students have been able to satisfy the vaccination requirement in order to return to the school.Read More »

Western Senators Pushing For Sage Grouse Conservation

Five Democratic senators are asking colleagues to fund preservation efforts for the imperiled greater sage grouse and Gunnison sage grouse.

The senators on Tuesday urged the Appropriations Committee to fund programs that include cooperative efforts with landowners.

The greater sage grouse lives across the West.Read More »

Open Burn Gets Out of Control In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May Newsfire

A fire on New Hope Road in Grants Pass provides an example of how quickly a fire can get out of control.

A property was burning debris in an open fire in his back yard, when he noticed it had spread to a nearby field. Before he knew it, his shop was on fire. The Rural Metro Fire Department arrived at around 1 p.m.Read More »

Protestors Rally In Salem Against LNG Pipelines

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May NewsLNG pipelines

Hundreds of people rallied at the Oregon Capitol calling on Gov. Kate Brown to block two proposed liquefied natural gas export terminals in the state.

The Statesman Journal reports ( ) that Canadian company Veresen Inc. wants to build an export terminal in Coos Bay on Oregon's south coast.Read More »

Employment Growing Throughout The Region

By Jim McCoy Wed 27th May Newseconomyjobs
>More southern Oregonians are working. That's what the April figures are showing from the Oregon Employment Department.Read More »

Good News On Drunk Driving For Jackson County

By Jim McCoy Tue 26th May News

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department reports they arrested no impaired drivers during the Memorial Day weekend that began Friday and ran through Monday.Read More »


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