Oregon GMO Labeling Campaign Has Raised $1 Million

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th June Newsballot measurecampaign fundraisingGMO
The campaign to put a genetically modified labeling initiative on the November ballot in Oregon has raised nearly $1 million. The Oregonian reports ( ) $591,000 of it has been spent with a signature-gathering firm. Campaign finance disclosures show the political action committee Oregon GMO Right to Know spent the money with Fieldworks LLC. The committeRead More »

Mop Up Begins On Central Oregon Fires

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th June NewsCentral OregonTwo Bulls Fire
Firefighters are mopping up that wildfire that threatened homes outside the Central Oregon city of Bend. Fire spokeswoman Lisa Clark said Tuesday that fire crews have a containment line all the way around the Two Bulls fire, and are working to strengthen it. It is 25 percent contained at 10 square miles of mostly private timberland on the eastern outskirts of Bend. An evRead More »

BREAKING NEWS: Suspect Dead In Troutdale School Shooting

By Jim McCoy Tue 10th June Newsshooting
Authorities say a shooter is dead at a high school in the Portland, Oregon, area, and the situation is stabilized. The Multnomah County sheriff's office said there were reports of shots fired about 8 a.m.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Mon 9th June News
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Evening update on Central Oregon Fires, Veteran's Treatment Wait times, End of Life Decision, and Dog Vests

Evacuations Ease In Battle Against Two Bulls Fire

By Jim McCoy Mon 9th June NewsCentral OregonTwo Bulls Fire
Firefighters face a couple of days of gusty weather as they try to finish drawing lines around the first big wildfire of the season in Oregon. Authorities gave residents of 200 homes northwest of Bend the OK to go home Sunday.Read More »

Merkley Attempts To Tie Wehby To National GOP Agenda

By Jim McCoy Mon 9th June NewsMonica WehbyPoliticsSen. Jeff Merkley
Democratic Sen. Jeff Merkley is rolling out a new television ad that seeks to align his Republican rival with the national GOP agenda. A Merkley campaign spokesman says the ad began airing over the weekend and will ramp up Monday.Read More »

Oregon VA Clinics Fared Poorly In National Audit

By Jim McCoy Mon 9th June NewsVA
Oregon Veterans Administration medical centers fared poorly in a national audit, with the state's facilities recording some of the nation's longest wait times for primary care, specialist care and mental health care. In Oregon, the Portland VA Medical Center had the nation's fifth-longest wait time for new patient primary care.Read More »

Car Chase Culminates In Arrests

A man and woman who attempted to flee police in a car chase Sunday night are lodged in Jackson County Jail.Read More »

Student Raises Money For K-9 Officer Vests

By Jim McCoy Mon 9th June Newsk-9 Officer Vests
Two Medford police dogs have bulletproof vests thanks to the senior project of North Medford High School student Shyonna Leach. She raised $4,000, and the two vests cost $2,200, so she donated the remainder to Jackson County Animal Care and Control. The Mail Tribune reports ( ) her late father was a Medford police officer who started the canine unit. Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 9th June News
Morning update on the Las Vegas Shooting, the attack in Karachi, Fires in Bend, and Growers concern.
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