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Date registered: April 24, 2012


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  1. Happy Camp to Hold Community Meeting — August 29, 2014
  2. Oregon House Selects Acting Chief Clerk — August 29, 2014
  3. Keeping Safe When Outdoors for Labor Day — August 29, 2014
  4. California Mass Shooting Sparks Gun Bill — August 29, 2014
  5. Reckless Driver Call Leads to Arrest — August 28, 2014

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Happy Camp to Hold Community Meeting

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. – Happy Camp community leaders will hold a meeting today, August 30th at 7:00 p.m. to present information and answer questions about the fires in the Happy Camp Complex.  The meeting will be held at the Karuk Tribe Senior Nutrition Center. This meeting will feature Incident Management team members and also representatives … Continue reading »

Oregon House Selects Acting Chief Clerk

SALEM, Ore. — Timothy Sekerak was selected by The Oregon House of Representatives to serve as acting Chief Clerk of the house. Sekerak comes to the Oregon house after serving 13 years as house council for Washington State House of Representatives. While in term, in Washington, he provided nonpartisan legal support and advice to house … Continue reading »

Keeping Safe When Outdoors for Labor Day

CLEVELAND, Ohio. — For many people Labor Day weekend is just a work day away, and that means it’s almost time to hit the trails. If you plan on going camping this weekend, experts say, make sure you’re prepared. A university of Texas panel recently put together recommendations on how to best treat wilderness wounds. … Continue reading »

California Mass Shooting Sparks Gun Bill

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The parents of victims who died in a the Isla Vista  mass shooting, in California, are supporting a gun violence bill that’s making its way to the governor’s desk. If passed, the bill will allow authorities or family members to request a court order to keep a person who poses a danger … Continue reading »

Reckless Driver Call Leads to Arrest

WILSONVILLE, Ore. – A 29-year old man was arrested Thursday after calls came in to Oregon State Police that there was a vehicle driving recklessly on I-5. Logan Mitchell Hansen was taken into custody after he fled the stolen vehicle on foot and was found several minutes later. OSP found the vehicle abandoned on the … Continue reading »

Suspects in Custody After Shooting

    [UPDATE 12:24 PM] There are now 3 people in custody related to the shooting of a Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy on Wednesday. Christopher Holmgren was arrested Wednesday for violating his probation because he was associating with felons, who may or may not have been Karey Pascoe and William Parkerson, the other two suspects … Continue reading »

Mt. Bachelor Season Pass Price Announced

BEND, Ore. – Mount Bachelor has announced the season pass ticket pricing for the 2014-2015 ski and snowboard season. There are also new “perks” to season pass ownership. Season pass rates purchased before September 30 are priced at $869 for adults. Young Adult (ages 19-26) pass prices will be $399; Teen (13-18) and Senior 70+ … Continue reading »

“Cops” Crew Member Killed During Filming

OMAHA, Neb. — A crew member of the long-running TV show “Cops” was shot and killed during a taping of the program. It happened on Tuesday in Omaha, Nebraska. Police say an audio technician was hit by a bullet fired by a police officer. He and a “Cops” cameraman were filming a shootout at a … Continue reading »

Accidental Gun Firing Leads to Death

DOLAN SPRINGS, Ariz. — A nine year old in Arizona will not face charges, for accidentally killing a gun instructor with an Uzi. It happened on Monday near Las Vegas. Police say, the 38-year old instructor died after being shot in the head, while showing the girl how to fire the weapon. Authorities say, he … Continue reading »

California to Regulate Groundwater

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Lawmakers in California continue to push legislation to regulate groundwater in the state. Right now, California is one of the last states in the west that lets residents pump as much water as they want. Yesterday the state senate passed a bill that would require some local governments to start managing wells. … Continue reading »

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