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Wealth Gap Report Paints Grim Picture For Oregon

By Jim McCoy Mon 15th September Newseconomy
A new report showing that rising income inequality could negatively affect state tax revenue comes amid a push by Gov.Read More »

News - Crimea Vote

By admin Mon 15th September News
Crimean's have voted in their first election six months after being annexed by Russia.
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News - Islamic Violence

By admin Mon 15th September News
Pressure to act against eh Islamic State is Building after the group beheaded a third western hostage and has threatened a fourth.
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News - I5 Study

By admin Mon 15th September News
A $4 Million Dollar Study will explore ways to beef up a critical transportation link in Southern Oregon that could be wiped out in a major earthquake.
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News - Scottish Vote

By admin Mon 15th September News
This Week Scotland will vote whether or not to separate from Great Britain.
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Morning News Update

By admin Mon 15th September News
Update on the Islamic Violence, the Scottish and Crimean Votes, and an Interstate 5 study.
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Public Help Requested In Catching Poacher(s) Near Eagle Point

By Jim McCoy Fri 12th September News
The Oregon State Police Fish & Wildlife Division is asking for the public's help to identify whomever may be responsible for killing a large bull elk about five miles southeast of Eagle Point in Jackson County around September 8th. A reward of up to $10,000.00 is being offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in this case.Read More »

Pedestrian Enforcement Results In From Wednesday In White City

By Jim McCoy Fri 12th September Newspedestrain enforcement
The Jackson County Sheriff's Department reports an active afternoon during their Pedestrian Enforcement sting operation on Wednesday. In a four hour period, 16 pedestrian violation citations were written and nine warnings were issued. Five were cited for not wearing seat belts, three were caught driving while suspended.Read More »

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 »

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