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News - Nebraska Tornado

By admin Tue 17th June News
Officials say they don't expect to know the intensity util later today of unusual twin tornadoes that wrecked the small Nebraska Town of Pilger.
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News - US Iraq Response

By admin Tue 17th June News
John Kerry Says he's somewhat confident that the Isis Insurgency in Iraq will not be able to take over the Capital of Baghdad.
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News - Governors Race

By admin Tue 17th June News
Oregon's Governor is guiliy ot "Gubernatorial Malpractice" and being 'AWOL' from his job according to Dennis Richardson.
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A Theft From A Vehicle Leads To Burglaries of Medford Businesses

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th June NewsBurglary
Three downtown Medford businesses were burglarized Sunday, and police say all were accessed by keys stolen from a vehicle Saturday night. A thief broke into a woman’s pickup truck and took the keys from her purse. Norris Shoes, GE Messinger Shoe Repair and Birkenstock Footwear all had cash or cash registers taken from their stores.Read More »

Two Bulls Fire Contained

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th June NewsCentral OregonTwo Bulls Fire
The Oregon Department of Forestry is reporting that the Two Bulls wildfire in Central Oregon is fully contained. While the immediate fire area is closed to the public, there are no longer any evacuations in place. The fire has been deemed to be human caused and a substantial reward is being offered for information that leads to who set the fire.Read More »

Oregon Company Building Tugs Bound For Alaska

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th June NewsFoss Marinetugboats
Giant tug boats being built Oregon are designed for oil and gas mining work in Alaska. Foss Marine, which is celebrating its 125th anniversary this year, has begun building a fleet of three Arctic-class tugboats in its Rainier shipyard. They first of the $10 million tugs, the Michele Marie, is supposed to be ready by spring to serve in remote oil fields in the Arctic, The LongviRead More »

Conservation Group Wants To Buy Burned Forest

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th June NewsDeschutes Land TrustTwo Bulls Fire
A conservation group says the wildfire that burned more than 10 square miles of private timberland outside Bend has not dampened its desire to buy the property. The Two Bulls fire broke out Saturday on forest owned by Cascade Timberlands.Read More »

Seven Years After Deputy Killed, Fugitive Is Still Free

A Marion County sheriff's deputy was killed in a fatal crash seven years ago, and investigators hope to find the man believed responsible. A grand jury indicted Alfredo De Jesus Ascencio on charges of criminally negligent homicide after the head-on collision near Gervais that killed his 19-year-old passenger and Deputy Kelly Fredinburg.Read More »

Bend Middle School Yanks Hacked Yearbooks

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th June NewsCascade Middle Schoolhacked yearbooks
Student hackers inserted "inappropriate material" into the yearbook at a Bend middle school, and the school has confiscated most of the copies, about 750. Officials learned of the last-minute hacking of a design file three weeks ago, but the yearbook was already at the printer's. They tried having stickers put on to cover the captions under student and staff photos.Read More »

Redwood Burl Poaching Spreads To National Forests

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th June Newsredwood burl poaching
Redwood burl poaching has spread to national forests in Northern California and Oregon. The burls are knobby growths at the base of redwood trees. Their intricate grain is prized for furniture and decorations. The poaching has been a problem in the Redwood National and State Parks for years.Read More »

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