Eric Holder Visits Missouri

By admin Thu 21st August News
US Attorney General Eric Holder has met with College students on his trip to Missouri.
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Morning News Update

By admin Thu 21st August News
Morning update from theDove on the Foley Aftermath, Eric Holder visiting Missouri and more.
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Salmonella Concerns Prompt Peanut, Almond Butter Recall

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsnSpired Natural Foodsrecall
Concerns over potential salmonella contamination are prompting a recall of several brands of peanut and almond butters. nSpired Natural Foods Inc. instituted the recall after a lab test performed by the FDA revealed a possible risk.Read More »

One Additional Sample With West Nile Detected In Jackson County

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsmosquitoesWest Nile
West Nile Virus has been detected in mosquitoes collected from August 12 south of White City. Jim Lunders from the Jackson County Vector Control District said today that an Oregon State University lab confirmed the result today. This is the second detection of West Nile in Jackson County this year.Read More »

Report: Firefighting Costs Eroding Conservation

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August Newsconservationfirefighting
The Obama administration is detailing the toll that the escalating cost of fighting forest fires has had on other projects as it pushes Congress to overhaul how it pays for the most severe blazes. In a new report issued Wednesday, the Agriculture Department said that staffing for fighting fires has more than doubled since 1998. Meanwhile, the number of workers who manage NationalRead More »

Public Meetings Being Held To Discuss Oregon Beach Smoking Restrictions

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsOregon Beachessmoking
The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is holding four public hearings over the next week on the proposal to restrict smoking on ocean beaches. The Daily Astorian reports ( ) the first is at 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Seaside Public Library. Others are Thursday at the Central Lincoln PUD in Newport, Tuesday at the Coos Bay Public Library and Aug.Read More »

Oregon Agency Grants Permit For Oil Train Terminal

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsClatskanieoil train terminal
Oregon regulators have approved an expansion of a crude oil train terminal near Clatskanie to move 1.8 billion gallons of oil annually, enough to bring 50 oil trains per month through Portland and small towns along the Columbia River. The Oregonian reports ( ) the state's Department of Environmental Quality approved an air pollution permit for Global Partners' oil traRead More »

Mop Up Hits High Gear At Old Blue Mountain Fire

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsHumbug Creek RoadOld Blue Mountain Fire
Forestry officials are reporting good progress Wednesday morning at the Old Blue Mountain Fire.Read More »

Further Details Come To Light In Oregon Coast Shooting

By Jim McCoy Wed 20th August NewsRay BrinhallshootingZachary Brimhall
An Oregon prosecutor says it appears a gunman first lured his father to a remote campsite and killed him, then drove to a beach where he shot five cars in a parking lot, killing a Michigan man who was sleeping in his vehicle.Read More »

New Fires Crop Up After Thunderstorm Activity

By Jim McCoy Tue 19th August NewsfireslightningOld Blue Mountain Fire
The Oregon Department of Forestry is reporting eight new fires in southern Oregon after thunderstorms hit the area Monday afternoon. The largest is the Old Blue Mountain Fire, eight miles south of Rogue River, which at last report was at 60 acres. The fire is occurring in what forestry officials say is difficult to reach terrain. Some trees are being felled to free up access.Read More »


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