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By admin Wed 23rd October News
Good news for holiday travelers this year. Gas Prices at the pump could continue falling in the US. House Democrats are complaining that the computer problems plaguing the Healthcare Gov website are damaging "the Brand" of the President's Health Care Law. Two people were shot to death and one wounded Tuesday night outside Roseburg.Read More »
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Nurse Accused of Delivering Heroin To Inmates

A nurse working for Con Med has been arrested for allegedly smuggling heroin to an inmate at the Jackson County Jail. Andrew Caucutt- an inmate at the jail- reportedly set up a meeting between fellow inmate Jade Renee Powell, and nurse Camilla Lynn Pierce.Read More »

Lithia Motors Sets Earnings Record

By Jim McCoy Wed 23rd October Newsauto salesLithia Motors
Medford-based car dealer Lithia Motors is reporting record earnings for third quarter. The nation’s 9th-largest auto retailer made $29.6 million- a record quarter for Lithia, which was founded in 1946. That’s $6 million more than Lithia made during the same time period last year- a 27 percent increase comparing year over year.

Two Dead, One Wounded In Roseburg Shooting

By Jim McCoy Wed 23rd October Newsmanhuntshooting
Two people were shot to death and one wounded Tuesday night outside Roseburg. The Douglas County sheriff's office says deputies responded about 9:30 p.m. and found the two people dead at a residence in the unincorporated area north of Roseburg known as Winchester.Read More »

Walden's GOP Challenger Officially Launches Campaign

Today, Klamath County Commissioner Chair Dennis Linthicum announced that he is running against incumbent Republican Congressman Greg Walden for the U.S. Representative position in Oregon’s 2nd District. “Like many in the 2nd District, I think the Federal government is unwieldy and harmful in its current state,” Linthicum said.Read More »

News - AAA Gas Price Prediction -

By admin Wed 23rd October News
AAA's Gas Price Prediction is for it to continue to go down through the holidays
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By admin Tue 22nd October News
Sparks Nevada School Shooting, Crater Lake Reopens, Corvallis train stop, and Oregon Labor Laws Broken
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Jackson County Commissioners Put Off Historical Society Special District Vote

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners have decided not to put a proposed special district to fund historical societies and other programs on the May, 2014 ballot. With some of the other issues being decided at that time, they’ve chosen to bring the question before voters later, possibly November, 2014.

AAA Reporting Lower Gas Prices, & They Could Go Lower

By Jim McCoy Tue 22nd October Newsgas prices
Retail gas prices are edging lower or holding steady in most markets compared to a week ago. The national average for regular unleaded ticks down half a cent to $3.34 a gallon this week, while the Oregon average loses a nickel to $3.50.Read More »

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