Two Bulls Fire Reward Now At $31,500

BEND, Ore. — A reward for any information that can be given as to how the Two Bulls fire started has increased to $31,500. An update released Thursday morning said the Two Bulls fire is now 80% contained, and more than $4.3 million has been spent on the suppression campaign. The fire has now burned 6,908 … Continue reading »

Two Bulls Fire Burns Almost 7,000 Acres

BEND, Ore. — Multiple crews continue to make progress on the wildfire burning near Bend. Officials said the fire is now at 40-percent containment. It broke out last Saturday and is now burning nearly 7,000 acres. Level three evacuations are no longer in effect. Investigation teams did conclude the fire to be human caused and … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Healthy Road Trip

Road-tripping with a talking toddler for the first time, I was shocked when I heard from the backseat, “Are we there yet?”  Is that built in? But even worse – the apple slice tornado – my son throwing apple slices all over the car saying “I don’t like these!” He does like apple slices, but … Continue reading »

Judge Stops Greenery from Selling Pot

PHOENIX, Ore. — A Jackson County Judge issued an injunction against The Greenery in Phoenix today. The injunction blocks the medical marijuana dispensary from giving medicine to its patients. The judge stated that Federal law is the reason he decided to uphold the injunction, because pot is illegal federally, he felt justified in his decision. … Continue reading »

Corvallis Tax Credit

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Tax credits could be on the way for some Corvallis companies if they do business online. The Corvallis-Benton County Economic Development Office is applying to be considered an “electronic commerce zone.” If the application is approved,  businesses in the enterprise zone selling goods online could get state income tax credit. The office says … Continue reading »

Missing Teenager Found Safe

[UPDATE: 8:30 AM] — Jackson County Sheriff reported around 12:00 a.m. Friday, Smith was located. He was returned home and is uninjured. EAGLE POINT, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s office and Eagle Point Police Department is asking the public’s help to locate a missing teenager. Nicholas Ray Smith, 18, of Eagle Point was last seen in … Continue reading »

Bandon Man Missing

BANDON, Ore. — The Coos County Sheriff’s Office has suspended its search for a Bandon man who has been missing since May 29. Deputies say 78-year-old Ted Rogers was last seen at home on Christopher Road Thursday afternoon. After his wife returned home from town that evening, she saw he was gone so she called … Continue reading »

Britt Unveils Its New Playbill for 2014

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — The Britt Festival is unveiling its Fine Arts poster of 2014 tonight at 5:30 p.m. on the Britt stage. This year’s artwork is a collage with acrylic paint by Jerry Simon of Ashland. The poster is the 30th in a series celebrating Britt through visual arts. The reception is open to select … Continue reading »

Fire Agencies Consolidate Into One

  LAKEVIEW, Ore. – There have been several discussions about this year being an early fire season, and to get ahead of the curve the South Central Oregon Fire Management Partnership Wildland Fire Operations and The Lakeview Interagency Fire Center will be working out of one facility. They consolidated the facilities with the goal being to … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: It’s a …

BOY! We decided to take part in the new trend of gender reveal parties and throw one for baby #2! We had our guests spray silly string – to find out it was blue – which means a little boy is on the way! My son loved it and just kept yelling “silly string, silly … Continue reading »

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