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By admin Tue 4th February News
Update on the Sochi Olympics, Brammo Motorcycle's, and an attack at RCC
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Reward Offered For Help With Solving Burglary That Partially Gutted Home

By Jim McCoy Tue 4th February NewsBurglary
Authorities are hopeful that a $1,000 reward being offered by Crime Stoppers will help solve a burglary in Rogue River in mid-January. $20,000 worth of cabinets, appliances, carpeting and a hot water heater had been stolen from a home for sale in the 2100 block of West Evans Creek Road. The home had last been shown by realtors January 16th; at that time the home was in good condition.Read More »

Gallup Survey: Oregon Among "Most Liberal," "Least Religious"

By Jim McCoy Tue 4th February NewsGallup Research
A new poll from Gallup shows Oregon is one of the least religious states, and one of the most liberal. Oregon is tied with Hawaii for being one of the most liberal states, although most consider themselves more conservative than liberal. At the same time approval for the President in the state is below the national average.Read More »

Hoo Doo Ski Are Set To Open This Weekend

By Jim McCoy Tue 4th February NewsHood Doo Ski Area
The Hoodoo Ski Area in Central Oregon plans to open Friday after a weekend of snow.Read More »

Minnow Set To Come Off Endangered Species List

By Jim McCoy Tue 4th February Newsendangered speciesOregon chub
A tiny minnow that lives only in Oregon is set to become the first fish ever taken off U.S. Endangered Species Act protection because it is no longer threatened with extinction. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is announcing Tuesday that the Oregon chub has recovered, 21 years after it went on the endangered species list.Read More »

Oregon Special Session Kicks Off Today

By Jim McCoy Mon 3rd February News2014 Special SessionOregon legislature
Oregon lawmakers have officially started the 2014 legislative session. The House and Senate convened Monday morning to begin five weeks of work that's likely to be dominated by debates over the legalization of marijuana, gun control and the proposed Columbia River bridge.Read More »

Proposed Bill Would Mandate Life Sentence For Some Sex Offenders

By Jim McCoy Mon 3rd February NewsOregon legislatureSB 1517sex offenders
A proposed bill would require life sentences without parole for some of Oregon's worst sex offenders. The Salem Statesman Journal reports (http://stjr.nl/1foJIqk ) the bill targets "predatory" offenders, those deemed highly likely to abuse children again.Read More »

Trader Joe's Drops Plans For Northeast Portland Store

By Jim McCoy Mon 3rd February NewsTrader Joe's
Trader Joe's has dropped plans to open a grocery store in northeast Portland after critics said it would promote gentrification, displacing neighborhood residents and perpetuating income inequality. The Oregonian reported (http://bit.ly/1fTLtfy) that a statement released Monday said Trader Joe's has a simple approach, as the statement put it: "If a neighborhood does not want a Trader JoeRead More »

Oregon Public Workers' Union Rejects Merger

By Jim McCoy Mon 3rd February NewsSEIU Local 503union merger
The governing body of Oregon's largest public employee union has rejected a merger its leadership proposed with another local. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1n7mGa8) the General Council of Local 503 of the Service Employees International Union voted against the merger 118-75. The General Council is the organization's governing body.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 3rd February News
There's a wide array of proposals being floated in Oregon's Special Session Beginning today. Janet Yellen has been sworn i as the first woman to lead the Federal Reserve in its 100-year History.Read More »
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