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BJ’s : Where, When, What’s Happening!


Hello, BJ here with this weekend’s When, Where, What’s Happening.

Lets start right off with saying hello to this weekend’s local musician : Mark Nash.

Hello Mark.


Mark Nash
Mark Nash | photo by Billie-Jo Miller

How old were you when you starting playing music and what was it you first played?

I was 12 years old when i first started playing the tuba and my first teacher was band teachers for horns. Other then that I was self taught. I’ve been involved in music in one form or another since then, so… 36 years now.

What band are you in and what do you play in it?

I play Bass and sing with local party band Code Red.

What made you choose the bass?

I’m lazy and only want one note at a time so the bass fits my personality.

What other Instruments do/can you play?

I was a professional tuba player in the marines. Besides bass and tuba, I can also play piano, French horn, bass trombone, euphonium, bass drum and bass cowbell.

What other bands have you been a part of?

Code Red is my second band. Before that, it was a band (mostly) garage band called Saint Krampus. We had one gig… and broke up.

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Mark Nash playing with Code Red | photo by Billie-Jo Miller

Who were your biggest influences?

All over the place. Rock, blues, classical, jazz, swing, symphonic, etc. Since I’m currently in a rock band. I’ll talk about those. There are so many great artists out there… Iron Maiden, Foo Fighters, Black Sabbath, Pantera, Dream Theater, Rage Against The Machine, Rush, Kiss, Motley Crue, Stevie Ray Vaughan… way to many to list, but definately more in the hard rock/metal arena.

What do you think about the local musicians?

Of the musicians I am aware of, I know that there is a ton of talent out there and I feel very fortunate to be mixed into the thick of it. There are so many local musicians that we don’t ever hear or see, for one reason or another. I’d love to be able to spend the time to check them all out. Doing so helps me become better doing what I do.

Mark Nash | photo by Billie-Jo Miller

If you could sit in with any other local band who would it be?

Definately Satin Love Orchestra playing bass or trombone.

What do you love most about what you do?

Easy! All the people. Fans, dancers, other musicans.

Mark Nash at The Mohawk | photo by Billir-Jo Miller

Is there anything else you would like to say about yourself or your music?

I’m a nerd through and through. I get involved in the technical aspect of sound and light way more then my own instrument. I love hearing what other bands are doing… love going to catch other band’s shows and support the music scene beyond my own band when I can.

The music scene is thriving in the region and I’m so happy and feel very fortunate to be a part of it!

Thank you Mark Nash!

Unfortunately due to a scheduling mishap Mark Nash and Code Red won’t be playing this weekend but will be back in our 3 W schedule next weekend.

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Code Red band | photo by Billie-Jo Miller

Now onto this weekend’s When, Where, What’s happening.

Bugsy’s 559 Ivy St. Junction City : Sat. Country Rock with Most Wanted.

The Cooler : Sat. Classic Rock by Heavy Chevy.

Cozmic: Sat. Soul with Monophonics.

Mac’s Restaurant & Night Club: Both Fri. & Sat. its Blues with Hank Shreve Band.

The Riverstop Restaurant and Sports Bar 39297 McKenzie HWY :  Country music with Haywire.

Piksix | photo by Bille-Jo Miller

The Mohawk 1501 Mohawk Blvd : Friday come on out for some Rockin Rollin with Piksix and help them in celebrating their drummers birthday(happy birthday Brandon Pinnell!) Meet the Fireball girls,get your $4 Fireball shots and swag! Piksix will be donating their tips to Relay for Life. If you didn’t get enough of Piksix on Friday night then you just got lucky because they will be back on Saturday!

Fireball Girls
Fireball Girls | photo by Billie-Jo Miller

The Mill Casino’s Warehouse 101: Frown Squad.

Saturday night at the Mcdonald Theatre its Grateful Dead tribute Dark Star Orchestra. Ticket price $30 at door, $25 advanced.


Spring Flower | photo by Billie-JO Miller

April fools day just passed and I was reminded about the time that my oldest daughter then about 13, now a mother of 7 herself decided to try the old sugar in the salt shaker April fools trick on me.  It worked of course better then she would have thought. The salt shaker was untouched until about a week later when I used it on a cup~o~noodle, by then she had totally forgotten about April fools day and when I took that first sugary bite and looked at her and said wow my noodles taste so sweet, she all of a sudden remembered why and started to laugh, then realized she had just shook the same salt shaker onto her own noodles ha ha ha April Fools!

Have a wonderful weekend and as always please don’t drink and drive.

Happy Easter!

See ya next time, BJ












Oregon F.B.I. Files


Portland OR – Local, state, and federal law enforcement authorities (F.B.I.) are seeking information on the whereabouts of Anthony James Martinis, 41, who is wanted for his alleged connection to a series of bank robberies in Washington and Oregon. A warrant for his arrest has been issued out of Cowlitz County, Washington. Authorities are seeking the public’s help in locating Martinis and warn that Martinis is likely to rob again.

Martinis is a white male, 6’2” tall, around 250 pounds of medium build, and with blue eyes. His short, possibly graying hair has been seen in a variety of cuts, sometimes resembling a military or slightly Mohawk style.

Anyone with information as to the identity or whereabouts of Martinis should refrain from approaching him and is urged to contact law enforcement immediately.

Given the successive locations of six bank robberies possibly linked to Martinis, authorities believe that it is likely he will rob banks in the states between Oregon and Arizona. Information developed in the investigation suggests Martinis could possibly be heading toward Arizona.

The bank robber believed to be identified as Martinis has robbed at least six banks: three in Washington State over 10 days and three in Oregon over two days.

  • Wednesday, September 17, around 2:30 p.m.
    Fibre Federal Credit Union on Triangle Center in Longview, Washington
  • Tuesday, September 23, around 4:30 p.m.
    Chase Bank on N. 40th Avenue in Yakima, Washington
  • Friday, September 26, slightly before 3:00 p.m.
    Umpqua Bank on Sleater-Kinney Road in Lacey, Washington
  • Thursday, October 16, around 2:45 p.m.
    Wells Fargo Bank inside the Safeway store on Lancaster Drive NE in Salem, Oregon
  • Thursday, October 16, slightly after 10:00 a.m.
    Umpqua Bank on Valley River Drive in Eugene, Oregon
  • Friday, October 17
    Wells Fargo Bank inside the Safeway store on E. Main in Cottage Grove, Oregon

In all robberies, the subject approached the teller desk, demanded cash, received an undisclosed amount of money, and left.

Please see the photos below for the bank robber’s various clothing pieces and distinctive hair styles.

At the September 17 robbery, the subject wore a tan button-up shirt, tan pants, and carried a newspaper.

At the September 23 robbery, the subject wore thick-rimmed glasses, a blue hooded sweatshirt, and carried a newspaper.

At the September 26 robbery, the subject wore a dark blazer, brightly colored shirt, and sunglasses on top of his head.

During the first robbery on October 16, the subject wore a black, zip-up long sleeved shirt or jacket with two white stripes and a Michael Jordan logo over the left chest.

During the second robbery on October 16, the subject wore a black sweatshirt with red print. In both of these robberies, he was wearing blue tennis shoes and black basketball shorts with a red triangle and white stripes. He was also wearing gold wire-rimmed glasses.

Suspect in Eugene, Oregon Bank Robbery, Photo 1 of 2 (10/16/14)Suspect in Eugene, Oregon Bank Robbery, Photo 2 of 2 (10/16/14)
October 16 robbery, Eugene, Oregon.

At the October 17 robbery, the subject wore a dark-colored shirt or jacket, light-colored pants, and blue tennis shoes.

Suspect in Cottage Grove, Oregon Bank Robbery, Photo 1 of 2 (10/17/14)Suspect in Cottage Grove, Oregon Bank Robbery, Photo 2 of 2 (10/17/14)
October 17 robbery, Cottage Grove, Oregon.

Anyone with information that can help locate this individual may call Crime Stoppers at 1-800- 222-TIPS (8477) to submit tips anonymously and be eligible to receive a cash reward of up to $1000 if the information given leads to an arrest and charge of the person(s) involved.

Direct tips are also welcome by the FBI in Seattle at (206) 262-2390 and Portland at (503) 224-4181.

The Seattle Safe Streets Task Force (SSSTF) is investigating the series of bank robberies in Washington and includes members from the FBI’s Seattle Division, Bellevue Police Department, Auburn Police Department, King County Sheriff’s Office, and Seattle Police Department. The SSSTF is working with the Longview, Yakima, and Lacey Police Departments to apprehend this robber. The FBI’s Portland Division is investigating the bank robberies in Oregon with its partners at the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, the Eugene Police Department, and the Cottage Grove Police Department.

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Josephine County Man Wanted for Murder

Oregon State Police (OSP) is asking for the public’s help to locate a 44-year old Josephine County resident wanted for murder in connection with a November 2013 homicide in Cave Junction. OSP detectives have been handing out information flyers in the southern Josephine County today to help alert area citizens as they look for the wanted man.

DANIEL JOSEPH MARTINSON, age 44, has a felony warrant issued for the murder of AARON LEE CLOUSER, age 39, from Cave Junction. MARTINSON is described as a white male, 5’6″, and 155 pounds. MARTINSON may have shaved his head and might not have facial hair as shown the photograph provided with this release. MARTINSON is missing a front tooth and has a tattoo on his back of a pit bull dog with the word “Outlaw” underneath.MARTINSON is known to frequent the Cave Junction / Selma / Kerby areas in Josephine County and is considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information regarding his location is asked to call OSP Southern Command Center dispatch at (541) 664-4600 or 9-1-1.

On November 5, 2013 at approximately 10:30 p.m., a report was received of a man lying in the road in the 200 block of W. Millie Street in Cave Junction. The deceased man was later identified as CLOUSER and his death was determined to be a homicide. The cause of the death is not being released until approved by the Josephine County District Attorney’s Office.

OSP Criminal Investigations Division detectives have been investigating the homicide with the assistance of the Josephine County District Attorney’s Office, Grants Pass Department of Public Safety, and Josephine County Parole & Probation.

Photographs – Oregon State Police

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March 3 – Morning Headlines


Here are the local headlines for this morning:

Tim Chuey’s Weather Forecast (updated 9am)
Forecast for the Southern and lower Mid Willamette Valley including Eugene-Springfield and Albany-Corvallis: Mostly cloudy with showers today (0.25 in. of rain possible, and possible hail this afternoon and evening), a good (50%) chance of showers tonight with patchy fog late, patchy fog then mostly cloudy with a good (50%) chance of rain in the afternoon (0.10 in. of rain possible).
Roller rink = business link in Oakridge?
Lane County recently approved a grant and loan to help Oakridge business.
Search continues for missing man
Police are asking the public to keep an eye out for 22 year.
Eugene’s Most Wanted
Can you help solve these crimes?