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Progress Continues At Onion Mountain Fire

By Jim McCoy Tue 23rd September NewsOnion Mountain Fire
The Oregon Incident Management Team #1 at the Onion Mountain Fire reports they are continuing mop-up efforts and where possible, are sending equipment home. The blaze is holding at 4,105 acres, and is up to 70-percent containment as of this morning.Read More »

Skin Infection Reported At Myrtle Point School

Authorities are taking extra care to wipe down the weight room, showers and locker rooms at the Myrtle Point Junior-Senior High School where at least two students have contracted a skin infection known as MRSA. The World at Coos Bay reports (http://bit.ly/1riwcvZ ) two students tested positive last week and three or four more are suspected of having the contagious, drug-resistant infectioRead More »

News - Oregon Economy

By admin Tue 23rd September News
A Slight improvement has been seen in the Southern Oregon Job market.
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News - Syrian Air Attack

By admin Tue 23rd September News
The US and 5 other Arabic countries have started air attacks against ISIS.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 23rd September News
Morning Update from day one of our Fall Share A Thon
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Evening News Update

By admin Mon 22nd September News
Evening News Update on Missing Soldier, Motorcycle crashes, regional fires, and regional employment
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News - White House Intruder

By admin Mon 22nd September News
A Law Enforcement Official says the US Secret Service is having preliminary discussions about setting up security screening checkpoints near public areas around the white house.
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Morning News Update

By admin Mon 22nd September News
Morning Update on theDove
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News - Global Warming Protests

By admin Mon 22nd September News
Hundreds of protesters around the world marched against Global Warming this weekend.
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August Was A Month For Job Growth, Unemployment Growth In Region

By Jim McCoy Mon 22nd September Newseconomyjobs
Across southern Oregon, job gains were seen in August, although there was a slight uptick in unemployment. Jackson County’s jobless rate for August was 8.6 percent, up from 8.5 in July; though there was an increase of 630 jobs. Josephine County’s rate rose slightly to 9.8 percent, but gained 140 jobs.Read More »

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