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News - Jobless Rate Falls

By admin Wed 20th November News
Oregon has its lowest unemployment rate in five years. The Oregon Employment department reports the October rate was 7.7%
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Reward Offered To Solve Stolen Equipment Case

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th November NewsCorey Vitus ConstructionCrime Stopperstheft
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013 the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a theft of a dump trailer, occurring at 1388 Antelope Road in White City. Corey Vitus Construction Inc. reported someone came onto the property sometime during the night of November 11 or 12, and took a Bravo dump trailer.Read More »

Oregon Unemployment Hits 5-Year Low

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th November NewsOregon economyunemployment
Oregon's unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent in October, a five-year low. The state Employment Department released the numbers Tuesday after a one-month hiatus caused by the federal government's partial shutdown. State economists said the number was a sign of an economic expansion gradually accelerating in Oregon. A significant factor is additional construction jobs -Read More »

Roseburg City Council Rejects Homeless Camp

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th November Newshomeless campRoseburg
City leaders in Roseburg aren't going to consider a legal campsite for homeless people. The Roseburg News-Review reports (http://bit.ly/1bBpK8z ) the council spent 90 minutes discussing the idea raised by homeless advocates such as Jeri Benedetto of Occupy Roseburg, and all the members said no to it.Read More »

8th Victim of Oregon Serial Killer Identified

Clackamas County authorities say DNA evidence has led to the identification of an eighth victim of Oregon serial killer Dayton Leroy Rogers. The sheriff's office named her Monday as Tawnia Jarie Johnston and said she was 18 when she was killed. Her remains were among those of seven women found at a Molalla dump site in the 1980s.Read More »

News - Medford Bombing Update

By admin Tue 19th November News
Police are sifting through dozens of tips concerning last week's bombing of the Medford based District Attorney's Office, but so far no major breaks are reported
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News - Salvation Army Need

By admin Tue 19th November News
Planning for toys and food is well underway with the Salvation Army in Oregon
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News - Tornado Cleanup

By admin Tue 19th November News
Eight Deaths are being blamed on the violent thuderstorms and tornadoes that swept across the midwest on Sunday, but accurate predictions, timely warnings saved more.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 19th November News
The Cleanup from an outbreak of tornadoes has scarcely begun, but people in storm-ravaged town like Washington in Central Illinois have come together and kept going. A Plan to align Ashland with Portland, Eugene, and Corvallis in Banning Plastic Bags has been heard by the Ashland Council.Read More »
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News - Bag Ban Plan

By admin Tue 19th November News
The Ashland Council has taken another step that could end up banning most plastic from being used by retailers in town.
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