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Archive for: June, 2011

Oakridge wildland firefighter missing in Willamette National Forest

A 32 year old wildland firefighter, Steven Dickerson, from Oakridge is missing in the Willamette National Forest.

U.S. Justice Department weighs in on medical marijuana dispensaries

The U.S. Justice Department says that marijuana dispensaries and licensed growers in states with medical marijuana laws could face prosecution for violating federal drug and money-laundering laws.

Fields in court

Patti Sue Fields is accused of killing her elderly Coquille neighbor in April. She appeared before a judge Thursday.

Three charged in robbery, murder cases appear in Coos County Courts

Three suspects charged in the robbery and murder of Ronald Holliday appeared in court Thursday. Jeffrey Cue and Thomas Gunn face robbery and murder charges. Angel Kirk-Miles is charged with…

The Budget Crisis 2011 – Lane County

The Budget Crisis 2011 – Lane County Much like “The Song that Never Ends”, the cries of the various budget woes is a refrain that has become a background noise for most of us; we know it’s there, but we don’t really hear the melody anymore, or even the words.  It isn’t a problem that […]

Oakridge issues layoff notices due to ‘cash flow problem’

The City of Oakridge is handing out layoff notices to a quarter of its workforce after finding evidence of missing money.

Junction City Mayor Rethinks Not Reciting Pledge

KEZI TVJunction City Mayor Rethinks Not Reciting PledgeKEZI TVEUGENE, Ore. — As the Eugene City Council garners national attention for their decision to say the Pledge of Allegiance at select city council meetings, a nearby town is rethinking its deci…

UO Workers Protest Healthcare Costs

KEZI TVUO Workers Protest Healthcare CostsKEZI TVEUGENE, Ore. — University of Oregon workers protested proposed modifications to its contract Thursday. The SEIU Union's two-year contract expired and it's yet to be renewed. Members say the gove…

F-15 to fly over Creswell’s Fourth of July parade

Creswell, Ore., is one of the communities set for an F-15 flyover on the Fourth of July by the Oregon Air National Guard.

‘A wildfire on private property can have severe financial consequences’

People who own forest property of any size, from a few acres to several hundreds, often don’t know if their forest could survive a wildfire.




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