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Oregon Hunters Facing Poaching Charges

By Jim McCoy Thu 10th October NewsPoaching
Idaho game wardens say five hunters from eastern Oregon are facing charges and potentially stiff fines for hunting deer in southwest Idaho before the season officially got underway. Idaho authorities announced the charges Tuesday - several weeks after setting up a sting operation that included planting a decoy deer. The hunters were cited Sept.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Thu 10th October News
Tensions Appear to be getting strained among some Democrats on Capitol Hill because of the Budget Shutdown and looming Credit Default. In a press conference Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gary Told Reporters the Federal Budget Freeze was impacting his city more than any other in the nation. Four U.S.Read More »
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News - Budget Shutdown Tensions

By admin Thu 10th October News
Tensions Appear to be getting strained among some Democrats on Capitol Hill because of the Budget Shutdown and looming Credit Default. In a press conference Washington D.C. Mayor Vincent Gary Told Reporters the Federal Budget Freeze was impacting his city more than any other in the nation.
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News - YMCA Remodel

By admin Thu 10th October News
A Southern Oregon YMCA is in the middle of its' biggest Fundraising Campaign in 20-years. The Fundraising event is designed to make Improvements to the Central Medford Building building built back in 1949.
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News - Shutdown Meeting

By admin Thu 10th October News
Some 20 Top Republicans Including Oregon's Greg Walden, will meet with President Barack Obama at the White House today to try to reach some kind of agreement on ending the Partial Government Shutdown and raising the Debt Ceiling.
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Evening News Update

By admin Wed 9th October News
The head of Veterans affairs is telling Congress that some 3.8 Million Veternas will not receive disability compensation next month if the partial government shutdown continues into late October. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel traveled to Dover Air Force Base today for the arrival of the remains of four US Soldiers killed in Afghanistan.Read More »
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Extras Sought For Ashland Scenes In Reese Witherspoon Movie

By Jim McCoy Wed 9th October NewsAshlandmoviesWild,
People with tattoos, piercings and dreadlocks have a chance to be cast as extras when the makers of the movie "Wild" come to Ashland to film a few scenes. The Daily Tidings (http://bit.ly/15ZY9Mg) reports star Reese Witherspoon and the crew filming the memoire of hiking the Pacific Crest Trail will be shooting scenes at a local restaurant, the downtown Plaza and the post office on Oct.Read More »

Woman Who Died In Fishing Vessel Crash Identified

A woman who died after a fishing vessel wrecked off the north jetty of Coos Bay has been identified as 50-year-old Vera Jean Saltsman. Petty Officer Nate Littlejohn says U.S. Coast Guard crews recovered Saltsman's body Monday night 1 1/2 miles southwest of the entrance to Coos Bay.Read More »

Roseburg Man Sentenced For Summer Standoff

By Jim McCoy Wed 9th October NewsHenry Kuesterpolice standoff
A Roseburg man convicted of pointing a gun at Douglas County sheriff's deputies has been sentenced to five years in prison. The Roseburg News-Review reports (http://is.gd/jjEROc ) that 64-year-old Henry Kuester did not have a chance to speak at a brief hearing this week. A jury found him guilty last month of unlawful use of a weapon, menacing and other charges stemming from an ARead More »

Oregon One of 7 States Suing EPA Over Wood Boiler Emissions

Seven states are suing the Environmental Protection Agency over health-damaging air pollution from outdoor wood-fired boilers that have become popular for residential heating. The lawsuit filed Wednesday asks a federal court to order EPA to review and adopt updated emissions limits for the boilers.Read More »

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