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Medford Council Considering Electronic Sign Ordinance

By Jim McCoy Thu 20th November Newselectronic signs
Medford City Council members are considering an ordinance to restrict electronic signs. The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1qsi1aS ) the idea is to reduce the flickering and flashing that give the city the feel of Las Vegas and that can be a distraction for drivers. The measure is up for a hearing at a Thursday meeting. Council member Daniel Bunn says complRead More »

Evening News Update

By admin Wed 19th November News
Evening Update on the Israel Attacks, Oregon Jobs and more.
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News - Oregons Hiring Spree -

By admin Wed 19th November News
Oregon Experienced the biggest one month creation of new jobs in 20 years.
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News - Synagogue Aftermath

By admin Wed 19th November News
Israeli Police have Identified the Peopled killed in a Jerusalem Synagogue attack.
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News - Winter Weather Effect

By admin Wed 19th November News
New York is having a hard time being sure if everyone has been rescued from the 4 feet of snow.
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Population Research: Oregon Keeps Growing

By Jim McCoy Wed 19th November Newspopulation
As Oregon rebounds from the Great Recession, its population is growing more rapidly, mostly as a result of newcomers. Estimates from the Population Research Center at Portland State University show annual population growth at 1.1 percent.Read More »

Oregon Energy Agency Head Named

By Jim McCoy Wed 19th November NewsMichael KaplanOregon Department of Energy
The acting chief of the Oregon Department of Energy will continue as the agency's director. Gov. John Kitzhaber's office announced the appointment of Michael Kaplan on Wednesday. Kaplan has been the Energy Department's acting director since May, when he became the agency's fifth leader in five years.Read More »

Right-To-Die Advocate's Video Comes Out After Death

By Jim McCoy Wed 19th November NewsBrittany Maynardright-to-die
To mark what would have been the 30th birthday of Brittany Maynard, a right-to-die advocacy group has issued three weeks after her death new video footage of the terminally ill woman. In the video, recorded in August, Maynard calls on more states to enact legislation allowing terminally ill people to end life on their own terms.Read More »

La Due Family Files Wrongful Death Suit Against Police, Medford Shop

The family of a Talent man who died in a struggle with police is filing a $5-million wrongful death lawsuit. According to a story in the Wednesday Mail Tribune, the La Due family maintains excessive force was used to try to subdue their son Karl. They also contend police were also improperly trained to deal with people under the influence of the synthetic drug he took.Read More »

Two Farmers Sue To Overturn GMO Ban, Or Get Compensation For Crops

Two southern Oregon farms are asking a court to end Jackson County's voter-approved ban on genetically modified crops or force the county to pay the farms $4.2 million.Read More »

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