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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 3rd July News
Morning Update on Hurricanes, Israel, Iraq, Holiday Travel, and Oregon Abortion Funding.
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News - Hurricane Arthur Headed to the Coast

By admin Thu 3rd July News
Hurricane Arthur is threatening to Blow into the Carolina's on Independence Day
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News - Israel Clashes

By admin Thu 3rd July News
East Jerusalem has been the Scene of Clashes Today.
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News - The Islamic State

By admin Thu 3rd July News
Iraq's Prime Minister has warned that an extremist group's declaration of an Islamic Sate is a threat to the entire region.
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News - Busy Holiday Expected

By admin Thu 3rd July News
In Spite of higher gas prices, more travelers are expected to take to the road for the Independence Day Holiday.
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News - Abortion Funding Vote

By admin Thu 3rd July News
A Plan to allow voters to decide whether their taxes should go for abortions will not appear on the Oregon 2014 Ballot.
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Paraglider Rescued

By Jim McCoy Wed 2nd July NewsLost Creek Lakerescue
You don’t hear of this everyday: the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department rescuing a paraglider. Saturday afternoon at 1:10 p.m, Search and Rescue responded to a call that 17-year old Tate Scharnberg from Yreka was being pulled by a boat on Lost Creek Lake, and when he detached, Scharnberg encountered a strong wind gust that steered him off course, and into a tree.Read More »

C&K's Plan To Emerge From Bankruptcy Approved

By Jim McCoy Wed 2nd July NewsC&K Markets
The parent company for Ray’s Food Place will emerge from chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. A judge has confirmed C&K Market’s plan. The company owns 11 stores around the region, and they’re planning initiatives that will include marketing produce grown locally near each location, a specialty candy program that includes sugar-free candies, salad bars and other innovations.

Wounded Officer's Condition Improves

By Jim McCoy Wed 2nd July NewsDustin Goudschaalwounded officer
Vancouver police say wounded motorcycle Officer Dustin Goudschaal is now in satisfactory condition.Read More »

Marijuana Taxes Approved by Ashland City Council

By Jim McCoy Wed 2nd July NewsAshlandmarijuana
Taxes on marijuana sales have been approved by the Ashland City Council. The exact percentages will be determined at later date, but the council Tuesday night approved a tax of up to five percent on medical marijuana and 10 percent on recreational marijuana. The council also approved medical marijuana dispensaries for certain sections of Siskiyou Boulevard, Ashland Street and Main Street.

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