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State Veterinarians Looking For Zoo To Rehab Fallen Bear

By Jim McCoy Thu 15th January Newsfallen bear
State veterinarians say they've put out a call across the continent for an accredited zoo that can rehabilitate a scrawny but otherwise healthy bear that fell from a tree in Southern Oregon earlier this month. The bear was slightly more than 13 pounds when state wildlife officials took it in.Read More »

The "Grandson In Jail" Scam Resurfaces In Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Thu 15th January Newsscam
Medford Police are warning that scammers impersonating a grandson in jail are at it again. A woman says she received a call from someone claiming to be her grandson, saying he was in jail and needed $8,000 to get out. Police say the tip that it is a scam: the caller told the woman to pay in pre-paid credit cards.Read More »

Boater Sentenced In Fatal Jetty Accident

A man at the helm of a fishing boat in a fatal 2013 grounding on the Coos Bay jetty has pleaded guilty to reckless endangerment and boating while impaired. The World newspaper (http://bit.ly/1AUQYGr ) reports Bruce William Geddie was sentenced Monday to 13 months in jail and fined $4,000. He and another man were rescued, but 50-year-old Vera-Jeane Saltzman drowned.Read More »

News - Abortion Ruling Anniversary

By admin Wed 14th January News
This weekend many Churches and Pro-Life groups will be observing the anniversary that allowed abortions to be performed legally in the United States.
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News - Terrorist Attack Funerals

By admin Wed 14th January News
Israel has held an emotional funeral for the four Jewish Victims of the Paris Terror Attack on a Kosher Supermarket.
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La Clinica Holding Chickenpox Vaccine Clinics In Ashland

As school and health officials respond to an increase in chickenpox cases, La Clinica will offer a chickenpox vaccine clinic this Friday. The clinic will be held at the United Methodist Church at 175 North Main in Ashland, from 1 to 4 p.m. A second clinic will take place at the same location from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. on January 23rd.Read More »

News - First Lady Investigation

By admin Wed 14th January News
John Kitzhaber and His fiancee Cyliva Hayes have hired lawyers as they face scrutiny over Hayes' Consulting work.
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Morning News Update

By admin Wed 14th January News
Morning Update on the Terrorist Funerals, Oregon's First Lady Investigation, and the Abortion Ruling Anniversary.
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Gov. Kitzhaber Having Skin Cancer Procedure

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th January NewsGov. John Kitzhaberskin cancer
Gov. John Kitzhaber says he has been diagnosed with a minor form of skin cancer on his face. The governor told the Oregonian Tuesday (http://bit.ly/1u4EWFu ) that he will undergo outpatient surgery in six to eight weeks to remove the pea-sized lesion from his left cheek. Kitzhaber says the cancer was identified as basal cell carcinoma, a slow-growing form of the disease.Read More »

Pedestrian Struck, Killed In Wolf Creek

A 69-year old Grants Pass woman was struck and killed on Old Highway 99 East in Wolf Creek. At 7:04 p.m., a 1995 Isuzu Trooper driven by 19-year old Colton Shults of Wolf Creek hit Delores Grantham. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Shults was not injured. The incident remains under investigation.

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