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Deal In The Works On Claims Regarding Monsanto Wheat

By Jim McCoy Fri 12th September NewsGMOMonsantowheat
A potential settlement appears to be in the works on some claims in lawsuits over the May 2013 discovery of genetically engineered Monsanto wheat in an Oregon field. U.S. District Judge Kathryn Vratil in Kansas has given the parties until Sept. 29 to file stipulations of dismissal of claims brought by growers of soft white wheat.Read More »

Weather Concerns Firefighters, Brings Freezing Temps East of The Cascades

By Jim McCoy Fri 12th September Newsweatherwildfires
Forecasters say a combination of gusty winds and low humidity are creating a high wildfire danger through Friday evening west of the Cascades in much of western Washington and Oregon. The National Weather Service has a red flag warning in effect in the area because of the danger that any fire would rapidly spread in winds of 25 mph or stronger when the humidity is as low as 20 percent.Read More »

Evening News Update

By admin Thu 11th September News
Evening Update on 9/11 Church Services, Registering to Vote, Operation Christmas Child, and Oregon School Test Results.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 11th September News
Morning Update on ISIS, Oregon Governor Debate, Operation Christmas Child, and Medford Murder Charges.
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News - ISIS Attack Plan

By admin Thu 11th September News
President Obama says he's sending Nearly 500 additional Troops to Iraq to help Iraqi Security Forces and to conduct intelligence flights.
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News - Operation Christmas Child

By admin Thu 11th September News
Operation Christmas Child Boxes will head off to millions of Children each year and Friday is the day to pick them up.
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Public's Help Sought With Cold Case From 1996

The Polk County Sheriff's Office and the Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office is asking for the public's help in identifying a woman found dead overlooking the hills of the Mill Creek area in rural Polk County on Sept. 1, 1996. The state Medical Examiner says the woman was likely a Caucasian, middle aged or older.Read More »

E Coli Outbreak Has Killed Two Children, One Is Seriously Ill

By Jim McCoy Thu 11th September Newse colipublic health
Investigators say they don't expect to find the specific sources of fatal strains of E. coli that killed two children in the Pacific Northwest and left a Washington boy fighting for his life. Dr.Read More »

It's Time To Get Registered To Vote

By Jim McCoy Thu 11th September Newselectionsvoter registration
The Oregon Secretary of State will be mailing postcards all around Oregon to eligible voters, encouraging them to get registered. The deadline to register to participate in this November’s election is October 14th. Jackson County Clerk Chris Walker says if you get a postcard, but believe you are already registered, visit www.oregonvotes.gov or call the county elections division at (541) 774-6148.Read More »

Steady Progress Made On 790 Fire, Weather Could Pose Risks

By Jim McCoy Thu 11th September News790 fire
Crews fighting the 790 Fire in southern Oregon completed work around the perimeter and began mopping up on the western side of the blaze. On the southwestern flank, mop up progressed 30-50 feet inside of the interior of the fire. On the northwest flank, hoses and sprinkler systems were installed to assist firefighters. Today, crews are continuing mop up work.Read More »

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