Dutch Bros and its customers raised $25,744 May 29 for Jonathan Kollaer, a local man battling leukemia. Dutch Bros Albany donated all proceeds from the day to help Kollaer and his family with medical needs.
In high school, I only dreamed of attending college, as I simply didn’t do well enough to apply anywhere. After spending one year in junior college, I started my journey at my dream school, the University of Oregon. I will...
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — OHSU confirmed that Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Weber has been released from the hospital. He was released earlier this weekend. Deputy Weber was injured in the line of duty after he was shot twice on august 27th during a routine traffic stop in Klamath Falls. He was shot in the … Continue reading »
PORTLAND, Ore. — The Columbia Sportswear founder revealed her soft side. Gert Boyle confirmed she was the anonymous donor who gave $100 million to the Oregon Health and Science University for cancer research. Boyle says she slipped the OHSU leader a note in June about the donation. “Then he called Phil, and I talked to … Continue reading »
Estacada OR – A 12-year old Eugene boy suffered a potentially serious head injury Saturday afternoon when he fell from his skateboard while riding on the entrance road into Milo McIver State Park near Estacada. On July 19, 2014 at approximately 2:00 p.m., an OSP Fish & Wildlife Division trooper was on patrol in Milo McIver State Park when he was flagged down by a park ranger and told that a young boy was injured in a skateboarding accident. The trooper responded to the injured boy and provided initial emergency medical care until relieved by respondingRead More
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The town hall meeting to discuss the future of the Oregon Health Plan will be at Campbell Senior Center, 6-8pm, Wednesday, October 12. This will be an open forum to discuss all aspects of OHP, including the role of naturopathic physicians.