Water Rates Upset Phoenix Residents

PHOENIX, Ore. — Recently, the city of Phoenix changed its water rates. For some customers, it’s costing triple the amount than what they had been paying before. Dottie Steinhokel is one of those residents. She owns Cheryl Courts in Phoenix. Dottie said the city is charging each apartment unit as if it were a home, … Continue reading »

Fire Destroys Phoenix Auto Shop

PHOENIX, Ore. – An auto shop goes up in flames Friday morning in Phoenix, but the owner is able to safely get out. Crews responded to Ken’s Auto on North Main Street just before noon. Firefighters say flames ripped through the office and shop, making that and a vehicle a total loss. Teams from Fire … Continue reading »

House Fire In Phoenix

PHOENIX, Ore. – A family in Phoenix is out of their home after a fire. Fire fighters responded at about 4:30 p.m. Wednesday afternoon to a structure fire on the 700 block of West First Street in Phoenix. The fire was called in to 911 by neighbors who say they first smelled smoke then heard … Continue reading »

Phoenix Shooting Suspect Arrested

PHOENIX, Ore. — Late last night, police in Phoenix were called to a shooting that they describe as a prank gone wrong. The suspect in that shooting is behind bars this morning. We now know that there were two victims released from the hospital this morning: a 13-year-old who was known to the suspect and … Continue reading »

Phoenix High School & City Fundraising with Fireworks

By Danielle Craig PHOENIX, Ore. — The season to sell and buy fireworks is now underway. There are several stands set up across the region, but one tent is selling fireworks to make up for gaps in the budget. They’re dollars that are hard to come by these days. With costs rising, and funds dropping, … Continue reading »

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