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August 2015

Police investigating body found near Sand Pines Golf Course

On Sunday afternoon, the Florence Police Department responded to a report of a deceased subject found in a wooded area north of Sand Pines Golf Course.

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Sheriff: Mayor of small Oregon town busted with meth

Deputies arrested the mayor of Idanha, Ore., after finding methamphetamine in the car he was driving, the Marion County Sheriff’s Office.

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Friend of suspect: ‘He tried to call me an hour after it happened’

Zachary Beauchamp faced arraignment on felony first degree manslaughter on Monday in connection with the shooting death of 17-year-old Justin Gardner early Sunday morning.

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City directs campers on Hilyard Street to move

Homeless campers who left a site off Northwest Expressway on Saturday have pitched their tents in an empty field along Hilyard Street near 33rd Avenue.

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Appeals court overturns protester’s conviction in 2008 case

The Oregon Court of Appeals last overturned the conviction of a protester found guilty of resisting arrest at an anti-pesticide demonstration, ruling that jurors should have been instructed to give more weight to his claim of self-defense.

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Friends gather to remember teen shot dead at party

Friends and family gathered for a candlelight vigil Sunday evening to remember a teen shot and killed just after midnight early that morning.

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Sheriff: Body of Myrtle Creek man missing since Thursday found in Powers area

Lorenz’s death is being investigated by the Coos County Sheriff’s Office and does not appear to be suspicious in nature.

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Oregon native researching mysterious radio bursts from space

Emily Petroff, 24, was the first person to see one of these “fast radio bursts” in real time, using the 64-meter Parkes radio telescope in Australia, nearly 230 miles west of Sydney.

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We’re Not Really Supposed To See “It.”

We are not supposed to be able to see the air we breathe, but we could not only see it but we could smell and even taste it. That was due to local fires and wildfires in our area. I’ll explain where we get the index, who provides it, and what it means.

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