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Wednesday September 23, 2015    09:14 AM
Story Ashland has a big, bad deer problem. Boisterous bucks and disorderly does are reportedly picking fights with residents in this southern Oregon city of nearly 21,000, stalking the mayor, chasing a family down the sidewalk and – in the rarest of instances – stampeding a senior citizen in her carport. "I think it's a problem," Ashland Mayor John Stromberg said Monday, "and that's why I'm doing ...

Wednesday September 23, 2015    09:05 AM
Story HILLSBORO, Oregon - Deal struck at Solar Power International marks the largest single project agreement for SolarWorld in the U.S.; Panasonic to construct, own and operate solar facility. The U.S. division of Germany-headquartered vertically integrated solar company SolarWorld struck a deal at last week’s Solar Power International (SPI) exhibition in Anaheim, California, to supply 65 MW of sola ...

Monday September 21, 2015    09:38 AM
Story This recently recorded arrest in Austin, Texas shows the five stages of police deciding to falsely arrest a citizen who contacted PINAC News and wishes to be called "Rick". The YouTube video’s original caption to the video at the bottom of this story says it all: “Bought a burger and pulled over to have a few bites. I suppose that constitutes probable cause?” Fortunately, the citizen who ide ...

Sunday September 20, 2015    05:47 PM
Story The long-awaited completion of the $13 million Siskiyou Summit Railroad Revitalization project, stretching 60 miles south of Ashland, is going to take a little bit longer. For months, the target date for completion has been September or early October, but work will take at least a few more weeks than that, Oregon Department of Transportation and Central Oregon & Pacific Railroad representatives ...

Sunday September 20, 2015    05:44 PM
Story PORTLAND, Ore. – Oregon’s minimal wage will keep the identical in 2016. The wage is re-calculated annually due to a state regulation handed by voters in 2002 that ties it to inflation. The wage will stay caught at $9.25 this January as a result of it’s pegged to the Shopper Worth Index, which confirmed little inflation, Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian stated Wednesday. Roughly 100,000 Or ...

Wednesday September 16, 2015    04:09 PM
Story We all know what it means to be AWOL — absent without leave — from active duty. That’s perhaps the best way to explain that AWOL has a cousin in the Oregon Court of Appeals. It’s called an AWOP. If you deal with the higher courts at all, you already know it — Oregon’s Court of Appeals has a high frequency of AWOPs, or decisions affirmed without opinion. It’s the fancy way of saying that more th ...

Tuesday September 15, 2015    09:42 AM
Story (Oregon Coast) - A Super Moon (which also brings a super red and orange moon), a lunar eclipse, and the autumnal equinox. It's a triple treat for Oregon, including the Oregon coast and the Portland area. The moon at its closet to the Earth all year happens just as we have an eclipse – both on September 27 – while the equinox is on September 23. You'll get two chances to observe these with help ...

Tuesday September 15, 2015    09:31 AM
Story David Calahan (left) and Chandra LeGue (center) hike up a trail in Southern Oregon. LeGue is carrying the Google Trekker to photograph the sights. Earlier this summer, EarthFix reporter Jes Burns took us on a walk in the Southern Oregon woods with Oregon Wild. The conservation group had been chosen by Google to use a backpack-mounted Trekker camera. The plan was to document trails on Bureau of ...

Monday September 14, 2015    04:36 PM
Story "When people walk in the door, their pace always seems to slow," says Sheri Moretz, official historian of the original, circa 1883 Mast General Store in tiny Valle Crucis, North Carolina. Tucked in rural hamlets and along country roads, the American general store was a central part of daily life long before the arrival of the automobile. Farmers and locals gathered to load up on dry goods and s ...

Thursday September 10, 2015    02:33 PM
Story A Wisconsin woman adopted a large orange cat and within hours of bringing him home the feline rescued her from an insulin seizure. Amy Jung, who was diagnosed with diabetes at the age of 4, went to an animal shelter just to play with cats, not to bring one home. Luckily, she changed her mind. Amy Jung and her son Ethan stopped into The Humane Society near their home in Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsi ...


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