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By admin Wed 21st August News
Stories this update: Wiki Leaks Sentencing, Wildfire Update, Mubarek Release Order, and Brussels Summit
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Former Bookkeeper, Boyfriend Accused of Embezzling $175,000

A Central Point couple is being accused of embezzling over $175,000 from Western Lumber Company. 34-year old Amanda Shannon was a bookkeeper for the company from May, 2010 to November, 2012 when she was fired for unrelated reasons. In January of this year, Western Lumber reported a possible embezzlement to police.Read More »

Fire Grows, Destroys Another Home In Government Flat Complex

By Jim McCoy Wed 21st August NewsGovernment Flat Complexwildfire
Strong winds continue to stoke a fire in the Columbia Gorge that has burned a third house and is now pushing into the edge of the Mount Hood National Forest. Fire spokesman Justin de Ruyter said Wednesday the Government Flat Complex has grown to more than 13 square miles in an area 10 miles southwest of The Dalles.Read More »

Thurston High Shooter Kinkel Appealing His Sentence

By Jim McCoy Wed 21st August NewsKip KinkelsentencingUS Supreme Court
Oregon's attorney general says a U.S. Supreme Court ruling last summer that struck down mandatory life sentences without parole for two 14-year-olds does not apply to Kipland P. Kinkel. The Oregonian reports the state has asked a Marion County judge to throw out Kinkel's latest request for a new sentencing hearing, saying his case is different from the ones considered by the U.S.Read More »

Lottery Loser Sentenced For Attacking Lounge Employee

By Jim McCoy Wed 21st August NewsattackFrankie ParkerRumors
An Oregon man who had no luck at video lottery will spend more than seven years behind bars. Prosecutor Karen Loomis says 35-year-old Frankie Parker of Medford attacked a bar employee because he was angry at losing $700, and it took a jury less than an hour to find him guilty of robbery and assault. The Mail Tribune newspaper reports Parker spend the night of April 23 drinking aRead More »

Oregon Students Score Higher Than National Average on ACT

By Jim McCoy Wed 21st August NewsACT examOregon education
Students who took the ACT college-entrance exam in Oregon scored higher than their peers nationwide. The ACT is scored on a scale of 1 to 36, and Oregon's average composite score of 21.5 beat the national average of 20.9. Nationally, the class of 2013 performed slightly worse than the 2012 class in all four subject areas - English, math, reading and science.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Tue 20th August News
Stories this update: A Fatal Motorcycle Crash, Wildfires Destroys Home, United Way Scammers, Park Vandals Cited, and Inmate Death Investigation
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More Northwest Residents Making Labor Day Travel Plans

By Jim McCoy Tue 20th August NewsAAAtravel
More northwest residents will be taking to the road Labor Day weekend. A survey by AAA/Oregon reveals a five percent increase in travelers heading out over the final holiday of the summer. The reason? A more positive outlook on the economy.Read More »

News - Day Of Prayer Bus Tour

By admin Tue 20th August News
It may be nine months away, but efforts are under way to rally Christians around the National Day of Prayer. The Prayer Bus has made it's way to Southern Oregon to help in organizing publicity of the event in May with a theme of unity among believers.Read More »
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 20th August News
Stories this update: Oregon Unemployment, Co-Op Plan, Grants Pass Disturbance, Day of Prayer Bus, and weather
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