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State Audit: Focus Welfare Focus To Jobs

By Jim McCoy Thu 17th April NewsjobsState of Oregonwelfare
A state audit calls on Oregon to turn its attention from getting aid to people slammed by the Great Recession to getting them jobs. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1jNjjWR ) the audit from Secretary of State Kate Brown's office concludes welfare program managers have failed to hold recipients accountable for missed job appointments and sometimes went years without significant contacRead More »

News - Ukraine Tensions

By admin Thu 17th April News
Russia's President Vladimir Putin has dismissed claims that Russian Special Forces are in Eastern Ukraine as "Nonsense"
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News - Ferry Search

By admin Thu 17th April News
South Korean Authorities have confirmed the death of a ninth victim from early Thursday's sinking of a ferry with 475 Passengers aboard.
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News - Oregon Fire Season

By admin Thu 17th April News
In a month and a half, Oregon could be well into the Beginning stages of the Wildfire Season and Sate Officials say we can expect a similar patter to last year.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 17th April News
Morning update on Ukraine Tensions, the Korean Ferry Search, the Oregon Fire Season, and Huddleston's Conviction.
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Evening News Update

By admin Wed 16th April News
Evening update on the South Korea Ferry, A Wounded Portland Officer and more.
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Oregon Schools Are Hiring Teachers Again

By Jim McCoy Wed 16th April Newsteachers
After years of layoffs or weak hiring, many school districts in Oregon are hiring teachers. The organizer of a Portland job fair for educators, Jim Buck, predicts districts will hire at least 2,000 this spring and summer. A human resources manager for Portland Public Schools, Keith Hathorne, says Oregon's largest district plans to hire nearly 400 teachers this spring. ThRead More »

Rebounding Economy Thought To Be Cause of Lower Community College Enrollment

By Jim McCoy Wed 16th April NewsenrollmentLane Community College
With an economic recovery underway, students are going into the workforce instead of Lane Community College classrooms, and enrollment has dropped by nearly a third. President Mary Spilde tells the Eugene Register-Guard (http://bit.ly/1ezmFO9) that means a budget shortfall, and it could get large enough to warrant layoffs of faculty and staff members. When the nation went into tRead More »

Suspect Car Thief Caught In Grants Pass

By Jim McCoy Wed 16th April Newscar theftCodey James Shaffer
Grants Pass Police report the arrest of a 19-year old male who allegedly stole a 2002 Ford Mustang. A witness called police last night at 7:32 when they saw a suspect trying to break into a car at the Rheinhart Volunteer Park. Codey James Shaffer fled in the Mustang-which had been reported stolen earlier in the day- after being confronted. Another witness followed Shaffer and called police.Read More »

Jury Deliberating Huddleston Case

The case of a man accused of killing his wife is going to a Southern Oregon jury. The Medford Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1kz0tns) reports closing arguments were made Tuesday, setting up jury deliberations in the case of 45-year-old Bourne Huddleston, a former Marine gunnery sergeant. Huddleston testified Tuesday that his wife, Kristy, shot herself. He said it happened iRead More »

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