Sheriff's Department Warns Public About Smoking Pot At The Fair

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July News

As the Jackson County Fair gets set to start tomorrow, the Sheriff’s Department is reminding fairgoers that even with Oregon’s new law for recreational pot use, smoking marijuana in a public place is still illegal.

Smoking pot in public is a class “B” violation with a presumptive fine of $260.

There will be designated areas at the fairgrounds for smoking tobacco.

Forestry Board Revisits Logging Rules

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July NewsloggingOregon Board of Forestry

The Oregon Board of Forestry is considering how much to increase the number of trees that must be left standing along small and medium streams on private timberlands to shade the water and keep it cool for salmon.

Studies have shown current rules don't do enough to maintain shade along small and medium streams.

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Oregon Aviation Museum To Take Ownership of "Spruce Goose"

By Jim McCoy Tue 21st July NewsEvergreen AviationSpruce Goose

Howard Hughes' Spruce Goose, a gigantic historic wooden airplane whose fate was mired in a financial dispute, will permanently stay in Oregon.

California attorney Robert E. Lyon, who represents the Aero Club of Southern California, said Tuesday his group reached an agreement with the Evergreen Aviation and Space Museum.Read More »

News- Fire Alarm Alert

By admin Tue 21st July News
Free Smoke Alarms are being offered in Southern Oregon at the height of the fire season.
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News- Iran Nukes

By admin Tue 21st July News
Saying Israel is a 'cornerstone' for U.S. strategy in the Middle East according to American Defense Secretary Ash Carter.
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News- Cuba Diplomacy

By admin Tue 21st July News
Even as the United States and Cuba restore full diplomatic relations, the tensions remain between the long term foes aren't being ignored.
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Iran Deal Effect

By admin Mon 20th July Morning ShowNews
The effect of the Iranian Nuclear deal is having an impact on the world in more ways than Nulcear arms.
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News- Trump Controversy

By admin Mon 20th July News
GOP candidate Donald Trump's statements dismissing Sen. John McCain as a war hero.
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Volunteers Paint Older Couple's Home

By Jim McCoy Mon 20th July NewsLeonard and Dorothy Bullockvolunteerism

A Pendleton home is sporting a fresh coat of paint brushed on by dozens of volunteers in response to a local man's Facebook post.

The East Oregonian reports ( 35-year-old Josh Cyganik says he decided to help when he overheard two kids say someone should burn down the dilapidated house of Leonard and Dorothy Bullock, both in their 70s.Read More »

Drought Threatens Winter Wheat

By Jim McCoy Mon 20th July Newsdroughtwinter wheat

Intense drought conditions have shrunk the kernels and disrupted the proteins of winter wheat crops in Montana, Washington, Oregon and Idaho, the region that produces a fifth of the U.S.Read More »


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