Authorities have suspended the search for a Brownsville woman who’s been missing since Monday morning, when her truck apparently slid off an icy Highway 20 and rolled down an embankment into the frigid Willamette River just south of the HP Inc. campus ...
It’s not everyday you hear that a life-size plastic cow is stolen, or that there is a reward for it’s return. So if you haven’t heard Aretha is missing, she is a life-size cow owned by Lochmead Dairy. Here is Rick Dancer with the story. Oh, by the way. The reward is a years worth of ice cream. Let’s make the people who stole Aretha into mugshots. Here is a link to the “Finding Aretha” Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/findingaretha
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Where is Aretha? She went missing 9 months ago, vanished without a trace and the Gibson family wants her back. They are asking for your help. Have you seen Aretha?
Carriage Me Back: For two magic days, May 3rd & 4th, this Saturday and Sunday, Brownsville will float back into an optimistic, occasionally zany period of American history.
These wine racks are like nothing I've ever seen - solidly engineered with precision from reclaimed barn wood, there's no chemical treatment whatsoever and every crevice and grain of the wood, undoubtedly, has a story to tell.
Oregon State Police officers have released additional details about Monday evening's two-vehicle traffic crash on Highway 228, which injured two people and closed the highway for about 90 minutes.
According to OSP, the accident occurred at about 6:54 p.m. on Highway 228 near milepost 8, about a mile east of Brownsville.
OSP said a 2006 Honda Accord four-door vehicle driven by Rhonda K. Horner, 60, from Halsey, was westbound on Highway 228 when it crossed the centerline and collided head-on with an eastbound 2005 Chevrolet sport utility vehicle driven by 46-year-old William Brady from Crawfordsville.
Brady was using safety restraints and transported by ambulance to Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center for treatment of minor injuries.
Horner was extricated by firefighters and transported by air ambulance to Sacred Heart Regional Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries, the State Police said. Her vehicle's airbags deployed. Safety restraint use is pending confirmation.
OSP was assisted at the scene by Linn County Sheriff's Office, Brownsville Rural Fire District, Halsey Shedd Fire Protection District, Sweet Home Fire & Ambulance District, and ODOT.
Trooper Casey Hunter is the lead investigator. No citations have been issued at this time.
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