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News - Pakistan Earthquake

By admin Thu 26th September News
Two days after a massive earthquake stuck southwestern Pakistan, rescuers are still struggling to help survivors.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 26th September News
Two days after a massive earthquake stuck southwestern Pakistan, rescuers are still struggling to help survivors. Oregon Congressman Greg Walden is praising House of Representatives' approval of extending Federal Timber Payments to Rural Counties. You may have noticed Police agencies from around Oregon, Washington, and California cruising the Streets of Southern Oregon.Read More »
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Missing Mushroom Picker Found

By Jim McCoy Thu 26th September NewsBoris Bondarchukmissing personrescue
Authorities say a man with a heart condition who vanished during a mushroom picking expedition in Clackamas County was found safe Thursday morning. KGW-TV reports (http://bit.ly/19Jxsws ) that about 45 searchers had been looking for 53-year-old Boris Bondarchuk along the Molalla River in what officers described as a densely wooded area with steep terrain and rivers. He'd been miRead More »

University System, Union Reach Agreement

By Jim McCoy Thu 26th September NewslaborOregon University SystemSEIU Local 503
The union for service workers at Oregon's public universities says it has reached a tentative agreement with the university system. Local 503 of the Service Employees International Union says on its website the agreement was reached at 2:30 a.m.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Wed 25th September News
Kenyan officials say troops have been clearing all of the rooms at a shopping mall that was taken over by terrorist groups on Saturday. The Senate has cleared a hurdle on a stopgap spending bill that would avert a government shutdown and unravel President Barack Obama's Health Care Law.Read More »
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Crater Lake Gets Unusual Amount Of September Snow

By Jim McCoy Wed 25th September NewsCrater Lakesnow
Fall has barely arrived in Oregon, and already it's snowing big-time at Crater Lake. Marsha McCabe, a spokeswoman for the only national park in Oregon, tells KFLS in Klamath Falls (http://bit.ly/14I1p1v) there was an unusually early snowfall Tuesday night, amounting to about 8 inches. It's expected to keep snowing through Wednesday, adding an inch to three inches. McCabeRead More »

Oregon Capitol More Open Than Most

By Jim McCoy Wed 25th September NewsOregon capitolSalem
It's often said that Oregon's state Capitol is open and accessible.Read More »

Salem Shoppers Find $100 Bills In Grocery Stores

By Jim McCoy Wed 25th September Newsmystery money
Grocery store shoppers in Salem have been finding $100 dollar bills hidden inside egg cartons, behind bottles of formula, by the loaves of bread. The manager of a Fred Meyer store in South Salem tells the Statesman Journal (http://is.gd/KgDHTl ) that seven customers have reported finding $100 bills in or near various types of groceries in recent weeks.Read More »

ODA Report: Oregon Farm Income Fell Slightly Last Year

By Jim McCoy Wed 25th September NewseconomyOregon agriculture
Oregon farmers and ranchers fell short last year of 2011’s near record net farm income, but many sectors of the state’s agricultural economy did well in 2012.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 25th September News
President Obama told his UN Audience Tuesday that failure to include consequences against Syria if it does not meet demands to dismantle it's chemical weapons stockpile would render the UN ineffective. Senator Ted Cruz and his allies have now held the Senate Floor for more than 18 hours.Read More »
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