C&K Market Emerging From Bankruptcy

BROOKINGS, Ore. — The business that owns Ray’s Food Place and Shop Smart says they’re coming out of bankruptcy. The company filed for bankruptcy late last year. C&K Market is agreeing to a plan that will allow them to operate without court supervision. As part of the company’s re-organizing, C&K Market says it has a … Continue reading »

Team to Launch Keg Rocket

PORTLAND, Ore. — A group of Portland beer lovers have found a unique way to chill their suds. The group, called “Team Numb” is getting ready to launch their first ever, two stage rocket filled with kegs of beer. The team has been building and launching high powered rockets for over 15 years. So far, … Continue reading »

OLCC Reacts to Marijuana Measure

SALEM, Ore. — The Oregon Liquor and Control Commission is getting ready for what could become Oregon’s recreational marijuana market. Oregonians will get to vote on legalization of recreational marijuana in November, if enough of the 145 thousand signatures last week are valid. The ballot measure sets the OLCC as the regulatory body. Officials say … Continue reading »

Crews Respond to 34 Fires

LAKEVIEW, Ore. — Inter-agency fire crews are continuing to mop-up on lands where lightning struck and started a fire for the past 36 hours. Firefighters have responded to 34 confirmed fires in the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership area (SCOFMP) since July 1, with three new fires being reported since 12 a.m. July 3. … Continue reading »

Napa County Fire Continues to Burn

NAPA COUNTY, Ca. — In California, fire crews are struggling to get control of the fire burning in Napa County. The wildfire grew to about 500 acres overnight and now it’s 6 1/2 square miles. Fire crews said the steep and rugged terrain are making the fight difficult. The fire has already damaged two homes … Continue reading »

Teen Paraglider Rescued From Tree

TRAIL, Ore. — A teen paraglider was safely rescued when they were blown into a tree after being detached from the boat that was pulling them. On Saturday, the 17-year-old was being pulled by a boat on Lost Creek Lake. He was roughly 3,000 feet in the air when after detaching from the boat, he … Continue reading »

Abortion Ban Ballot Fails

SALEM, Ore. — An effort to change Oregon’s long standing law on abortion has fallen apart. Supporters of a measure that would prohibit the use of state funds for abortion services, say they’ve failed to qualify for the November ballot. Officials say, they only collected 95 thousand of the 117 thousand signatures needed to get … Continue reading »

Man Accused of Aggravated Sexual Assault

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Ore. — A man is behind bars in Siskiyou County and is accused of lewd and lascivious acts with a child and aggravated sexual assault of a child. The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department arrested 35-year old Shane Gottlieb, of Fort Jones, on June 25. He is lodged in the Siskiyou County Jail on … Continue reading »

Graco Recalls More Buckles

Graco Children’s Products, Inc. says it is recalling some of its infant, toddler convertible car seats and harnessed booster seats. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says  the following models are affected: APRICA A30, SNUGRIDE, SNUGRIDE 30, SNUGRIDE 35, SNUGRIDE CLASSIC CONNECT, SNUGRIDE CLICK CONNECT 40. It says Graco is recalling certain rear-facing child restraints manufactured … Continue reading »

Lightning Storms Start Small Fire

DOUGLAS COUNTY, Ore. – A lightning storm moved over Douglas County early Wednesday morning.  Approximately 85 lightning strikes have been recorded on the Douglas District, ranging in location from the Azalea area, to Glide, according to a press release from the Douglas Fire Protection Association (DFPA). One fire has been located near Days Creek and is … Continue reading »

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