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Medford Police Believe Two Shooting Incidents May Be Related

By Jim McCoy Mon 8th December Newsshootings
The Medford Police are investigating two reports of shots fired today (Monday) and think they may be related. At 8:38 a.m., they responded to a report that a home in the 400 block of Boardman Street had been fired upon. No one was hurt, but the home had several bullet holes. The man at home was asleep when the shots were fired by one missed him by inches.Read More »

Oregon DSL Scraps State Forest Sale

By Jim McCoy Mon 8th December NewsElliott State Foresttimber sale
A proposal to sell the Elliott State Forest because environmental protections make it impossible to log enough to continue generating money for public schools is being dropped. After months of meeting with the public and interest groups, the Department of State Lands has concluded most people want the forest in the Coast Range south of Reedsport to remain open to the public. A rRead More »

Western Governors Discuss Drought

By Jim McCoy Mon 8th December NewsdroughtWestern Goernro's Association
Water experts from 11 Western states, several hydrology engineers and federal officials are talking about drought during a two-day workshop in Las Vegas organized by the Western Governors' Association. The meetings Monday and Tuesday are being hosted by Nevada Gov.Read More »

News - Oregon Fire Priorities

By admin Mon 8th December News
New Rural county fire Chief Rod Edwards wants to see an increase in Volunteers to help ensure safety for Outlying areas.
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News - Royal Visit

By admin Mon 8th December News
Britain's Prince William and Kate have arrived in New York City.
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News - Police Protests

By admin Mon 8th December News
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Morning News Update

By admin Mon 8th December News
Morning Update on Afghanistan Operations, Police Protests,a Royal Visit, and Oregon Fire Priorities.
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A Floating Oregon Capitol?

By Jim McCoy Mon 8th December NewsOregon capitol
Plans for a remodeling of the Oregon state Capitol call for it to float in case of earthquakes. The planners tell the Salem Statesman Journal (http://stjr.nl/1yZQHRt) the idea is to put dozens of what are called "base isolators" beneath the main building of the capitol so that it will move up to 4 feet rather than be torn apart in an earthquake. A team is working on a nearly $30Read More »

Gas Prices Continue Downward Trend

By Jim McCoy Mon 8th December NewsAAAgas pricesOregon
The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gas in Oregon has fallen to $2.93. That's down 8 cents in a week and 15 cents in a month. Some metro prices from the AAA's Monday survey: Portland $2.92, Salem $2.92, Eugene-Springfield $2.92, and Medford-Ashland $2.94.

News - New York Protests

By admin Fri 5th December News
Coast to Coast protests have continued.
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