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Tuesday September 4, 2018 - Times viewed: 9293
Before you would even finish asking us to name the cities with the hottest design scenes, we'd blurt out New York, London, Paris, and Milan. Duh. As of this month, though, we have a new locale to add to the list: Portland, Oregon. Sara Bauer, founder of design studio Immaculate Space, is to thank for this shocking realization. On September 16, she will host the first-ever Open Haus Market in the c ...

Tuesday September 4, 2018 - Times viewed: 9011
It’s no secret that Oregon is growing far more marijuana than the market can absorb, so some cultivators are turning to MJ’s cousin: hemp. As Oregon cannabis prices continue to sink to new lows amid a product glut, outdoor growers are applying what they know about marijuana and cultivating hemp for both smokable CBD flower and biomass that can be extracted into CBD oil. The hemp pivot allows growers to diversify their revenue stream and capitalize on a crop that could soon become legal at the federal level – thanks to the 2018 Farm Bill pending before Congress. It also allows them to capitalize on the booming popularity of CBD products. Here are four reasons a shift toward hemp makes sense for some businesses – and why it should be done cautiously: 1. Adding hemp allows companies to diversify their operations while still growing marijuana. Under a Tier 2 license in Oregon, most MJ farmers are limited to – at most – a 40,000-square-foot (just under 1-acre) grow. But hemp doesn’t face the same restrictions, so many growers have planted 3 or more acres of the plant. “If you have a farm this year that’s designed to grow cannabis and you can’t sell any of the ca ...
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Tuesday September 4, 2018 - Times viewed: 10192
On 09/03/18 at about 11:50 PM Clark County Sheriff's Office Deputies responded to a hit and run collision in the Felida area. They located the fleeing vehicle and began pursuing the vehicle. The suspect crashed the vehicle and then fled on foot. Deputies continued the chase on foot and during the process of apprehending the suspect a deputy fired his weapon. One of the deputies on scene and th ...

Sunday September 2, 2018 - Times viewed: 8822
ESTACADA, Oregon — An injured horse found wandering alone in a northeastern Oregon wilderness has been rescued. KATU-TV reports that the 8-year-old horse named Sandy was led out of the Wallowa Mountains last week and is recovering at the Eagle Fern Equine Hospital in Estacada. She's in the care of the horse rescue group Sound Equine Options and is scheduled for surgery at Oregon State University on Tuesday. The horse had an injured left back leg but was led out after veterinarians said the 6-mile (10-kilometer) trip would be safe after giving her painkillers. It's not clear who owns Sandy or how she sustained the injuries. "We're guessing she fell down a cliff or on rocks," said Kim Mosiman, the executive director of Sound Equine Options. A U.S. Forest Service lookout on Mule Peak, Brian Sather, spotted the horse several weeks ago. He called for help after spotting her again a week later and went to check on her. "We got up close to her, and we could see that her leg was very injured," Sather said. "It was an open wound, and she was limping on it. And she had some other wounds on her too." He started making calls and eventually found Sound Equine Options. He ...
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Saturday September 1, 2018 - Times viewed: 8888
On Saturday, September 1, 2018, at 11:35 a.m., Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to an injury crash at NW West Union Rd. and NW Neakahnie Ave. in the Rock Creek neighborhood. Witnesses reported that a white 1998 Honda Civic crossed the center line and crashed head on into a blue 2007 GMC Sierra. During the investigation, deputies learned the Honda was reported stolen earlier in the week. Inside the vehicle, deputies located a stolen rifle. The driver of the stolen vehicle, 55-year-old Randall Todd Brown, was extricated from the car by fire personnel. Mr. Brown was transported to a local hospital by air ambulance. Charges against Mr. Brown are pending the on-going investigation. 71-year-old Roberta Knoll was driving the GMC and was taken to a local hospital as a precaution. 70-year-old Julia White was the passenger in the GMC and was taken to a local hospital by ambulance with serious injuries. ...
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Friday August 31, 2018 - Times viewed: 9099
PORTLAND, Ore. — Before Matthew Miller harvests marijuana this fall from his fields in southern Oregon, he’ll have to notify the state for the first time ever — a process that could bring inspectors to make sure none of his pot is being illegally diverted. The new harvest notification policy, which takes effect Saturday, is the first of its kind among states that have legalized marijuana and is ...

Friday August 31, 2018 - Times viewed: 9195
On August 11, 2018, at 10:54 p.m., 64-year-old Sandy S. Ortiz was arrested in San Diego, California, in connection to a Portland Police Bureau Detective Division's Sex Assault Detail Investigation. This investigation began in May 2018, when a community member contacted the Portland Police Bureau and reported he had been sexually assaulted by Ortiz from the summer of 2000 through the summer of ...

Friday August 31, 2018 - Times viewed: 9238
TUALATIN, Oregon - Just before 1 a.m. today, Tualatin Valley Fire & Rescue firefighters were called to a residential fire in the 12800 block of Northwest Lovejoy Court in the Cedar Mill community in unincorporated Washington County. Multiple callers to the 911 dispatch center reported seeing heavy flames and dark smoke coming from the residence. Crews from TVF&R Station 61 arrived within ...

Friday August 31, 2018 - Times viewed: 9521
On August 30, 2018 at approximately 7:30 pm Salem police officers and Salem firefighters responded to State Street and 12th Street on the report of a bicyclist being struck by a train. The male cyclist was declared deceased at the scene by medics. Witnesses reported that the male cyclist had been riding westbound on State Street when he approached the railroad crossing and was struck by a south ...

Wednesday August 29, 2018 - Times viewed: 8797
PORTLAND, Oregon — The Coast Guard arrested the captain of a commercial fishing vessel off the coast of Oregon after receiving an anonymous call about a woman in distress. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports 38-year-old Branden Vanderploeg of Winchester Bay was charged with assault within maritime jurisdiction and operating a commercial vessel under the influence of alcohol. The Coast Guard say ...

Wednesday August 29, 2018 - Times viewed: 8565
On August 28, 2018 at about 8:00 pm Lincoln County Sheriff's Deputies responded to a welfare check in the area of the Keys Place in Lincoln City, Oregon. Lincoln City Dispatch advised they received a 911 call from a female advising she was lost in the area and scared. At about 8:40 pm Lincoln County Sheriff's Deputies arrived in the area of the callers last known location and located a female, D ...

Tuesday August 28, 2018 - Times viewed: 9140
In a bid to stem the flow of marijuana product to the black market, Oregon regulators have ordered a steep cut over the next six months in the amount of cannabis that medical MJ patients can buy on a daily basis. The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) last Thursday reduced purchasing limits for Medical Marijuana Program cardholders to 1 ounce of cannabis per day, down from the previous limit of 24 ounces per day. The rules took effect Aug. 24 and expire in six months. The change comes as the OLCC faces increased pressure to react to the state’s oversupplied cannabis sector, including greater scrutiny from the state’s U.S. attorney, Billy Williams, who has tied the oversupply situation to the diversion of marijuana to the black market.

According to a news release, the “action on OMMP purchase limits is designed to prevent potential diversion of usable marijuana into the secondary illegal mark ...

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Tuesday August 28, 2018 - Times viewed: 9396
MEDFORD, Oregon — A man has pleaded guilty to possession of cocaine and arms trafficking. Gonzalo Manzo Jr., 33, of Fresno, California, pleaded guilty Monday to cocaine and firearms charges. One of the charges was conspiracy to possess a machine gun and a silencer. The statement said Manzo and his co-conspirators sold the kilogram (2.2 pounds) of cocaine to undercover federal agents in Orego ...

Monday August 27, 2018 - Times viewed: 9275
Bargaining teams for Camas School District and Camas Education Association met on Sunday, Aug. 26, 2018. This week, a mediator from the Public Employment Relations Commission will assist both groups as they work toward an agreement. Today at 4:00 p.m., teachers are scheduled to vote on an authorization to strike. Should the authorization be approved, CSD will communicate with families and staff ...

Monday August 27, 2018 - Times viewed: 8770
Negotiations are continuing today between Evergreen Public Schools and the Evergreen Education Association (EEA). Last Thursday, August 23, EEA took a vote indicating teachers/certificated staff would strike if an agreement was not reached by the first day of school, August 28. Given the uncertainty if an agreement is forthcoming today, and the need to let students and families know to make ...

Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 9509
SALEM, Oregon - A late night shooting has left two men dead and another man injured. April 14th, 2018 at 2:28 a.m., deputies were called to Bar Fly’s located at 444 Lancaster Drive NE on a reported shooting. Deputies identified 46-year old Lucias Rashaud Harris as a suspect in this case. The Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone with information to please call our tip line at 503-540-8079. The veh ...

Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 9324
o commemorate the start of the school year, The Human Bean cafe at 4385 NE Sandy Blvd in Portland, will donate proceeds from specially priced $2 -16 oz. coffee drinks on Tuesday, August 28th to support Friends of the Children-Portland. The Human Bean of Portland is owned and operated by local residents, Josh Veentjer and Aly Koehnke, who are committed to giving back to the community and helping ...

Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 9928
DAYTON, Oregon - A body believed to be a missing 27-year-old woman was found Thursday morning north of Dayton. “Based on the physical descriptors and clothing, the body appears to be that of Meighan Cordie,” Yamhill County authorities said in a statement. Cordie, 27, the daughter of a Clackamas fire captain and the mother of a 3-year-old girl, was last seen Saturday night after a quarrel with her mother. Accourding to The Oregonian, Meighan and her mother were driving home from a wedding near Dayton, 33 miles outside Portland, when they began arguing. Authorities said Cordie got out of the car at about 10:30 PM without her shoes or cell phone and was wearing a blue floral paint suit. On Thursday, the body was found at the foot of a highway embankment near an onramp in Dayton, about 8 miles north of the wedding site. Authorities have not indicated how they believe Meighan died. A search and rescue team comprising more than 300 people was launched earlier this week, but the search was suspended Wednesday, the Statesman Journal of Salem, Ore., reported. ...
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Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 8689
PORTLAND, Oregon - Multnomah County District Attorney Rod Underhill announced a 20 month prison sentence for a man who manipulated and encouraged a minor female to take and then provide him with nude images of herself. On August 23, 2018, Gregory Craine, 37, appeared before Multnomah County Circuit Court Judge Katharine von Ter Stegge and pleaded guilty to one count of attempting to use a child ...

Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 8670
This evening, Evergreen Education Association (EEA) members voted to strike and informed Evergreen Public Schools officials that teachers would not report for the start of school on August 28 if a contract agreement has not been reached. Evergreen Public Schools has offered its teacher group an additional salary enhancement to its current agreement. For the 2018-19 school year, teachers would s ...

Friday August 24, 2018 - Times viewed: 8670
On Thursday August 23, 2018 at about 10:10 pm State Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle head on crash on Highway 26 near milepost 43. Preliminary investigation indicates that a grey 2014 Kia Cadenza was traveling eastbound on Highway 26 when for an unknown reason it crossed the centerline and collided head-on into a red 2010 Lexus HS 250, which was traveling westbound. ...

Monday August 20, 2018 - Times viewed: 9264
BEAVERTON, Oregon - On August 18, 2018 at 9:05 p.m. Beaverton Police officers attempted to stop a 2018 Mercedes near SW Canyon/SW 110th. A witness reported the occupants of the vehicle had stolen hundreds of dollars’ worth of merchandise from Kohl’s. A short vehicle pursuit ensued and the driver of the suspect vehicle crashed into a concrete divider near Hwy 26/Sylvan. Two of the occupants fled the vehicle as officers took one occupant into custody. A K9 track was able to locate one of the occupants who fled. The third occupant was not located. 40-Year-old Jessica Marie Jones, from Vancouver, WA, was charged with Attempting to Elude Felony, Reckless Driving, Criminal Mischief in the First Degree and 3 counts of Identity Theft. 22-Year-old Katelyn Noell Johnson, from Vancouver, WA, was charged with Theft in the Second Degree, Attempting to Elude Misdemeanor and PCS Methamphetamine. Officers located the stolen items from Kohl’s, drugs, and evidence of identity theft in the vehicle. Both Jones and Johnson were taken to Washington County Jail. ...
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Monday August 20, 2018 - Times viewed: 8738
CONDON, Oregon - There has been steady progress made on the fires burning near Condon in South Gilliam County, 16,700 total acres burned with 29% containment. The resources on the fire today include 21 fire engines, five large water tenders, and 91 fire personnel from agencies all over the State of Oregon and the BLM. These resources are given prioritized assignments on the fires, and are havin ...

Saturday August 18, 2018 - Times viewed: 9402
Oregon has become the first state in the U.S. to allow timber buildings to rise higher than six stories without special consideration. The recent addendum to the state's building code is the result of Oregon’s statewide alternate method (SAM), a program that allows for alternate building techniques to be used after an advisory council has approved the “technical and scientific facts of the proposed alternate method.” The decision stands as a precedent for future construction across the United States. In April this year, an Ad Hoc Committee of the International Code Council presented their findings on timber high rise construction to the Oregon Codes Division. The committee was created in 2015 to explore the benefits and challenges of using timber in tall buildings. All 14 of the committee’s suggestions were adopted, including standards and best practices for the load-bearing potential of CLT and heavy timber, fireproofing, seismic rating, and more. Three new building classifications were introduced: Type IV A, timber buildings permitted up to 18 stories and 270 feet tall, Type IV B, timber buildings with a maximum height of 12 stories and 180 feet, and Type IV C, which is per ...
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Saturday August 18, 2018 - Times viewed: 8717
For the middle of September most experts are predicting hot, dry and smoky weather for the Pacific Northwest. The hot and dry conditions should continue well into autumn, with a heavy drought increasing each day. Nearly 70 percent of Oregon is now in "severe drought," with parts of Southern Oregon lapsing into “exceptional drought,” according to the U.S. Drought Monitor report issued Thursday. “It’s not looking good,” National Weather Service meteorologist Laurel McCoy said. “It doesn’t mean we won’t get any rain once we get into fall, but chances are it’s going to be less than normal.” The historically dry conditions mean the eight large wildfires currently burning across Oregon could continue spewing smoke into October — and new fires could still ignite. The report on the likely weather in September and October is released by the National Weather Service’s Climate Prediction Center. ...
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Saturday August 18, 2018 - Times viewed: 8792
TIGARD, Oregon - Police are investigating a stabbing at the Barrows Park trail. The incident occurred in the area of Horizon Blvd. just south of Barrows in the Progress Ridge area at approximately 5:30 p.m. on August 17. According to witness statements provided to police, a man walking with his dog became agitated following comments made by two men with skateboards who were sitting along the tr ...

Friday August 17, 2018 - Times viewed: 9137
BEAVERTON, Oregon - Washington County Sheriff’s Office detectives are asking for the public’s help identifying the suspect of a sexual assault that occurred last month in the Garden Home community. Anyone with information is urged to contact the Sheriff’s Office. On July 19, 2018, at about 4:30 p.m., a 28-year-old female was sexually assaulted by an unknown male suspect while she was walking the Fanno Creek Trail near the Garden Home Recreation Center. During the assault, the suspect approached the female and initially engaged her in small talk. After a period of time, the suspect grabbed the woman and pulled her off the trail and into the brush line. The suspect sexually assaulted the victim multiple times before she was able to escape. The suspect is described as a darker-skinned Caucasian male, 40 to 50-years-old, clean shaven, with long dark hair. He was reportedly wearing khaki-colored shorts, a gray t-shirt, and brown flip flops at the time of the assault. The suspect did not have any visible scars, marks, or tattoos. A composite sketch of the suspect is being released in hopes the public can assist in identifying him. Anyone with information is asked to contact S ...
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Thursday August 16, 2018 - Times viewed: 8524
RAINER, Oregon - On August 14, 2018 at approximately 4:50 PM Oregon State Police Troopers were dispatched to the report of a “road rage” event that occurred in the area of Hwy 30 milepost 45 near Rainer, OR. During this event the parties were involved in a verbal altercation. Troopers responded to an address on Wasser Rd. in Rainer to contact the owner of one of the vehicles involved. Upon arrival they were confronted by a subject with several firearms. That subject later identified as Richard J. Flores Jr (37) of Rainer. Troopers took a positon of cover and secured the area. The Oregon State Police Special Weapons and Tactics Team (SWAT) responded to assist. Several members of the SWAT team are trained as Crisis Negotiators (CNT). At approximately 10:00 PM, after several hours of negotiating, Flores surrendered without incident. Flores was lodged at the Columbia County Jail on charges of Menacing, Recklessly Endangering, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, Felon in Possession of a Restricted Weapon, Reckless Driving and Disorderly Conduct. ...
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Thursday August 16, 2018 - Times viewed: 8767
On Tuesday August 14, 2018 at about 8:40 PM a fatal crash occurred on SR 11, milepost 16, near Athena Oregon. The crash occurred in an active construction zone where a repaving project was occurring. Preliminary information shows a construction zone flagger, Tyresa Monaghan (49 ) of Kennewick, WA. had a vehicle stopped when a silver 2005 Chrysler minivan, operated by Leman Bledsoe (76) of Mi ...

Tuesday August 14, 2018 - Times viewed: 8811
SALEM, Oregon — Legislators voted to hire Barran Liebman LLP, a Portland law firm to handle the lawmakers response to a complaint claiming Democrats covered up sexual harassment at the Capitol. Legislative Counsel Dexter Johnson says the firm is not to charge over $100,000 for the work. The complaint filed earlier this month by Democrat and Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian alleges that House ...


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