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Monday February 7, 2011 - Times viewed: 7778
NEWPORT, Oregon - A highly endangered whale that spends summers off Russia has moved into waters off the Oregon coast. The 13-year-old, male western Pacific gray whale, dubbed "Flex," is giving U.S. and Russian researchers insight into where the rare whales may spend winters. Less than 200 western Pacific gray whales remain. the stock distinct from eastern gray whales that spend summers feeding off northern winter breeding grounds. Researchers attached a satellite tag to Flex on Oct. 4. It moved east across the Bering Sea and then south through the Aleutian Islands. Researchers lost the signal for five days but picked it up as the whale moved to 280 miles west of Vancouver Island and then to shallow water roughly 15 miles off Washington and Oregon. More on The Gray Whale ...
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Monday February 7, 2011 - Times viewed: 8138
YACHATS, Oregon – Two teenage boys drowned in the surf at Smelt Sands State Park. A rescue team recovered the body of 17-year-old Jack Harnsongkram Sunday morning. Harnsongkram was one of two Eugene teen boys drowned Saturday after they were swept into the Ocean at Smelt Sands State Park. The boys had been part of a group of teens near the Adobe Resort. Three of the boys fell into the water in the afternoon. Surf was pretty rough say witnesses. The body of 18-year-old Connor Gregory Ausland was recovered quickly but crews Saturday had not been able to find Harnsongkram. A local resident saw Harnsongkram’s body on the rocks and the Yachats Fire Department recovered the body. Both boys were students at South Eugene High School. ...
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Sunday February 6, 2011 - Times viewed: 7991
Police found a man and his girlfriend dead after a shooting in Northeast Portland early Friday morning. Investigators said it appeared that 48-year-old Larry Vernard Bell shot and killed his girlfriend, 21-year-old Heather Elaine Rogers, then turned the gun on himself in apartment # 1 in the 15800 block of NE Sandy Boulevard. Bell and Rogers also worked together at a Portland-area adult entertainment establishment. Arriving officers established containment around the apartment and heard what they thought was an additional gunshot inside the apartment. The Special Emergency Reaction Team along with Hostage Negotiators responded to the scene and at just before 5:00 a.m., made entry into the apartment. The SERT officers discovered a deceased adult female and a deceased adult male inside the apartment, the result of an apparent murder/suicide. An autopsy has been conducted by the Oregon State Medical Examiner on both people and it was determined that both died of single gunshot wounds. Detectives could not establish a prior domestic violence history between Bell and Rogers and it is not known where Rogers resided. A firearm was recovered at the crime scene. ...
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Sunday February 6, 2011 - Times viewed: 7893
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Gov. John Kitzhaber's budget plan awards tens of millions of dollars' worth of new tax breaks that he hopes will pay off in new economic activity and job creation. The Democratic governor so far has proposed to soften the tax hit on certain investment income, expand a tax credit that provides subsidies for movie and TV shoots in Oregon, and extend a scaled-back version of a business energy tax credit that's set by law to expire. He's also ready to extend a handful of other set-to-expire tax credits and is ready to work with the Legislature on new or expanded credits that will lead to more private-sector jobs. The $78.4 million worth of increased "tax expenditures" in Kitzhaber's 2011-13 budget represents a fraction of the $14.7 billion in revenue — mostly from income taxes and the lottery — otherwise expected to flow into the general fund. Lawmakers have given the name "tax expenditures" to many tax breaks, because they involve the state forfeiting income that it would otherwise most likely receive. Those breaks are just as much a factor in the state budget as conventional expenditures such as paying for teachers, state troopers and prison guards. ...
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Friday February 4, 2011 - Times viewed: 7841
On Friday, Jan. 21, 2011 at 9 a.m., a 63-year-old woman was asleep in the master bedroom of her home in unincorporated Milwaukie.

She heard a noise. At first, she thought the family cat was being rambunctious. She opened her eyes -- and was shocked to see an intruder standing in her bedroom, rummaging through her jewelry box.

The victim, Sandi Duvall, screamed as loud as she could. The intruder ran from her home to an occupied vehicle waiting at the front of her home.
 
A neighbor witnessed an occupied vehicle containing the suspect flee the scene at a high rate of speed.

Clackamas County Sheriff's Office deputies and investigators responded to the Duvall residence and processed the residence for evidence.

Investigators obtained a forensic sketch of the male suspect, a suspect vehicle description, and spoke with an additional witness. Investigators also learned a wallet belonging to Sandi Duvall had been stolen from the home during the burglary.

Several days later -- at 7:42 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 24, 2011 -- a Clackamas County Sheriff's Office Patrol deputy attempted to conduct a traffic stop in the C ...
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Friday February 4, 2011 - Times viewed: 7853
PORTLAND, Oregon - 17-year-old junior Charley Engelfried, a student and wrestler at Dallas High School, collapsed and died after a match at Silverton High School at last night. Engelfried had just pinned his opponent and shook his coach’s hand but despite efforts to revive him, he was pronounced dead at a Silverton hospital. Engelfried was known as a "gentle bear" with a wonderful sense of humor. Friends say he worked to do the right thing all of the time. The Dallas High School flag was at half-staff today. School counselors are available to talk to students, many who were tearful and willing to talk about the bear of a wrestler. An autopsy is scheduled to determine the cause of death. It is not yet know if he had an existing health problem. ...
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Friday February 4, 2011 - Times viewed: 8274
WALDPORT, Oregon - Police were put on alert Wednesday when they received a credible-sounding report that the man suspected in the shooting of a Lincoln City police officer was sighted near Medford. Police searched the woods and beaches in the Waldport area on horseback, foot, and ATVs but found clues, at least none they are sharing. A witness phoned 9-1-1 when she believed she spotted fugitive David Durham, 43, who is wanted for allegedly shooting Lincoln City police Officer Steve Dodds on the night of Jan. 23. Dodds reportedly pulled Durham over for speeding near Lincoln City and was shot during the stop. Dodds, 45, remains in serious condition at Legacy Emanuel Health Center in Portland. Durham was last seen near Waldport, about 30 miles south of Lincoln City, when he fled into the woods following a high-speed chase with police. Durham fled into the wilderness along the Oregon coast after allegedly shooting a police officer is an avid outdoorsman who designs his own camouflage clothing, his brother said Wednesday as police search for the suspect on a small peninsula. David Anthony Durham has evaded capture since Sunday, when police say he shot and critically wound ...
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Thursday February 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7800
A high school girl was forced into a car then sexually assaulted in the 1000 block of Southeast 135th Avenue, near David Douglas High School. The incident occured on January 21 at approximately 12:40 p.m. The suspect is described as a white male, approximately 19-21 years old, with a thin muscular build, and short dark hair. The suspect vehicle is a newer black 4-door car with tinted windows. At this point, Portland Police detectives have no informaton. If you have information about this incident, please call 503-823-HELP ...
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Thursday February 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 8169
Last night, Wednesday February 2, 2011, at approximately 9:30 p.m., Portland Police detectives, with the assistance of the U.S. Marshal's Oregon Fugitive Task Force, arrested 33-year-old Anthony Lee Benjamin of Northeast Portland in the 6300 block of Southeast 134th Avenue. Benjamin was charged with Murder and Robbery in the First Degree and is the third suspect arrested in connection with the death of 40-year-old Robert Williams. Benjamin will be arraigned in Multnomah County Court on Friday February 4, 2011. A Multnomah County Grand Jury will meet next week to consider the charges against all three suspects. Detectives would still like to hear from anyone with information about the death of Robert Williams and urge anyone with information to call Crime Stoppers at (503) 823-4357. On Tuesday February 1, 2011, Portland Police detectives along with the U.S. Marshals Oregon Fugitive Task Force arrested two suspects in connection with the death of 40-year-old Robert Williams. 39-year-old Lynette Anne Harris of Gresham and 23-year-old Jarome Lamont Weeks of Northeast Portland were arrested and each charged with one count of Murder and one count of Robbery in the First D ...
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Thursday February 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7894
This morning, detectives from WIN served a search warrant in the community of Metzger. They seized small amounts of drugs and two stolen guns. A woman that neighbors had been complaining about was arrested. On Tuesday, February 1, 2011, at about 7:00 am, investigators from the Westside Interagency Narcotics Team (WIN) served a search warrant at 8611 SW Pine Street in the community of Metzger. This was the result of an ongoing investigation into the distribution of heroin. The house was a source of constant neighborhood complaints and neighbors were out today thanking the investigators for the timely arrest. Fifty-five-year-old Teri Lynne Wright was arrested and charged with Distribution and Possession of a Controlled Substance, Heroin. Investigators also found two stolen guns, a small amount of methamphetamine, marijuana, and a variety of prescription pills that were packaged for sale. ...
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Thursday February 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7955
A Happy Valley woman was excited to have an interior-remodeling project completed at her residence between Dec. 26, 2010 and Jan. 8, 2011. Unfortunately, this homeowner's excitement quickly vanished when she discovered the theft of her jewelry -- valued in excess of $5,000. However, the story has a happy ending -- the suspect was soon identified, all reportedly stolen and pawned jewelry was recovered, and the suspect now resides in the Clackamas County Jail on first-degree Theft charges. Janet Nelson, 68, recognized that several pieces of her jewelry were missing from her home. She soon realized the theft must have occurred during a recent remodeling project at her Happy Valley home. On Jan. 10, 2011, Janet Nelson reported the theft to the Happy Valley Police Department (a contract service of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office). A Happy Valley Police Officer investigated -- and was able to solve the case. The Happy Valley deputy obtained the name of the general contractor and an additional list of subcontractors who worked at the Nelson residence. One subcontractor was immediately singled-out by investigators -- and was soon discovered to have a criminal history. ...
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Thursday February 3, 2011 - Times viewed: 7680
WILSONVILLE, Oregon - Security camera video at an electronics store in Wilsonville shows a man stealing thousands of dollars worth of electronics with stolen cards. Police are asking for help to identify the man wearing grey pants and a grey, hooded sweatshirt. Clackamas County Sheriff's Office investigators say the man may have used stolen credit cards at other businesses around Portland area during in the last couple years worth thousands of dollars. ...
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Wednesday February 2, 2011 - Times viewed: 8239
Update: Search teams have found the two lost sisters hiking in the Columbia Gorge. Leslie and Leesa Azar were found this afternoon in good condition. It is not yet known why the two women did not return to their vehicle as had been planned yesterday. Family members said the woman had called them by cell phone around 6 p.m. and said they were fine were heading back down the trail to their vehicle but had to use headlamps to see in the dark. Dr. Leesa Azar practices internal medicine in Lake Oswego and Oregon. Dr. Azar graduated with an MD 18 years ago. See photo of Leesa Azar being rescued and more on the story from The Oregonian.
Previous story: TROUTDALE -- About 50 searchers are desperately attempting to locate two sisters lost in the winter wilderness in the Columbia Gorge. Leesa Azar, 53, and Leslie Azar, 50, a medical doctor, and both ...
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Wednesday February 2, 2011 - Times viewed: 7752
On January 31, Gresham police shot and killed 20-year veteran Anthony Leo McDowell after responding to a morning call from the man’s wife who said her husband was suicidal and armed with a gun. Before officers arrived at the 24000 block of Southeast Oak Street in Gresham, a relative had disarmed McDowell but he found another gun to confront police, this time with a rifle and scope. McDowell died of a gunshot wound to the chest. Police were not injured and the names of McDowell's family were not released. Anthony Leo McDowell was a sergeant with the Army Reserve with more than 20 years of military service, including duty in the Persian Gulf and Iraq, and recently served with the 671st Engineer Company training soldiers in demolition techniques. ...
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Wednesday February 2, 2011 - Times viewed: 8279
PORTLAND, Oregon - For 30 years Kathi Goertzen was a news anchor at ABC's KOMO-TV station in Seattle. She's scheduled for another round of surgery in an effort to abate the old tumor and perhaps help improve on her distorted features. Yesterday she released a letter discussing her ordeal with a brain tumor. "Hello my friends," Goertzen writes. "It's not easy sharing this picture. After 30 years of being a news anchor for KOMO-TV, I'm dealing with a challenge, as you can see. But I don't give up easily... "You may know I've battled an aggressive brain tumor for about 11 years. They call it benign, but I think that's a bit of an exaggeration, because it keeps growing back and multiplying! "On Wednesday I'll be back in the operating room for surgery to remove parts of the tumor that are growing again. Luckily, I have excellent medical care and have great support with family, friends, and viewers. "The latest victim of the tumor has been my facial nerve. It has been squished, operated around, radiated and generally abused for some time. It's decided to take a little break. Thus, the crooked, sagging face, and inability to break into the wide smile I so much enjoy. "Thi ...
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Wednesday February 2, 2011 - Times viewed: 7699
MILTON-FREEWATER, Oregon - 4-month-old Eva Wilson and 16-month-old Olivia Wilson died in a fire in Milton-Freewater in Eastern Oregon. The mobile home fire broke out in a back bedroom Tuesday morning. A former resident, Judy Divens, driving past the neighborhood, saw black smoke and joined an unidentified man to help rescue but were unable to get access before the flames kept them from getting inside the home. The father of the girls, Hermillo Castillas, was at work and a sick teen in the home escaped. A fire marshal said combustibles far too close to a space heater likely caused the fire ...
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Tuesday February 1, 2011 - Times viewed: 7756
19-year-old Jake Montano has been named as a suspect in a fatal hit-and-run last week. Police recovered a black 1990 Honda Accord they believe was involved in the fatal incident. Police describe Montano as 6 feet, 170 pounds, with short dark hair and brown eyes, and with a large tattoo on the right side of his neck that says "Aaliyah." Michelle Singer, a sister of Morales Singer, had just received the news from a Marion County victim's advocate at the courthouse when contacted by the Statesman Journal. Morales Singer was struck around 11:30 p.m. last Wednesday. Police arrived to find him lying in the road near Edwin Court NE. Medics were unable to save him, and he was pronounced dead at the scene ...
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Tuesday February 1, 2011 - Times viewed: 7729
ROSEBURG, Oregon - 50-year-old Mark Allen Vanderhoof of Roseburg was arraigned yesterday on a murder charge in the death of his girlfriend's 2-year-old son. Vanderhoof is charged with striking and killing 2-year-old Dennis Young on Jan. 25. He previously told police the boy fell from his porch, but authorities became suspicious of those injuries. Vanderhoof had been at her boyfriend home for the last half year in Lookingglass. Vanderhoof served a nine year prison term for raping a 4-year-old girl. Briana Snow, the boy's mother said she never knew Vanderhoof had been in prison. ...
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Tuesday February 1, 2011 - Times viewed: 8096
SALEM, Oregon - Salem police are investigating the robbery of Chase Bank branch on Center Street in Salem, Oregon yesterday. The robbery suspect shot at a man who was who attempted to capture the suspect after he pulled a gun and held up the bank. Bank clerk Court Boice yelled at the robber, who fled into an alley near a theater. He "went around the block, I thought I lost him," said Boice. "Son of a gun, he took a shot at me, cuss words you might expect, what have you." Boice was not struck by gunfire. The suspect is described as in his 30s, white, 5 ft 10 in with short hair. He was driving a car which resembled a dark Ford Explorer. ...
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Monday January 31, 2011 - Times viewed: 7771
OREGON CITY, Oregon - A 13-year-old boy thought the shotgun was unloaded. Police say he was attempting to scare is friend when he accidentally shot him in the head. When officers arrived early evening at Clairmont Way yesterday, they discovered a 12-year-old victim with the gunshot wound to the head. Paramedics rushed the boy to OHSU via a LifeFlight helicopter. This last weekend, police say the 13-year-old boy had been duck hunting with his father with the 12-gauge shotgun. The gun had never been unloaded. Unfortunately, the guns had not been unloaded and were not secured. It was the next day when his parents away that the boy and his friend were played with the guns and the accident occurred. Police confiscated two shotguns and interviewed the boy who pulled the trigger then released him to his parents. ...
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Saturday January 29, 2011 - Times viewed: 7889
PORTLAND, Oregon – No illnesses have been reported but mislabeled Keebler cookies have been recalled. Cartons labeled "Fudge Shoppe Jumbo Fudge Sticks" and sold at convenience stores were the focus of the recall. They contain jumbo "Peanut Butter" sticks instead. Consumers could have a serious reaction if allergic to peanut. Symptoms include anaphylactic shock, hives, and digestive problems. About 2 percent of the U.S. are allergic to peanuts. ...
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Sunday January 30, 2011 - Times viewed: 8032
Three year old A.J Hayes was eating from his Frosted Wheats bowl yesterday at the kitchen table when his dad, Aaron Hayes cut himself with a woodworking chisel. he was involved with homework from his first woodcarving class. A.J watched as the chisel severed his father's artery, the blade cutting through the wood, the artery and into his father's wrist. His dad told his son to call 911 as they had rehearsed a few times before. Police found the father over the sink trying to stop the bleeding from the cut on his arm. Police began basic first aid treatment and a crew from the Keizer Fire District arrived just behind him. A.J.'s father was transported to a Salem Hospital where he was treated and released. ...
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Saturday January 29, 2011 - Times viewed: 7969
A Pro-Egyption rally is meeting in Portland's Pioneer Courthouse Square early this afternoon. A rally website states the time to meet is 2 p.m. and to continue through 5 p.m. The world's attention fell on central Cairo where the Army was deployed to replace police forces that clashed brutally with demonstrators. But with many Cairo neighborhoods left without any security, Egyptians began to feel the sting of politics cutting into personal safety. Shops and businesses were looted and abandoned police stations stripped clean of their arsenals. In one area, residents set up barricades and handed out sticks and kitchen knives as defense measures. Another group of men armed themselves and planned to sit outside all night to guard their houses. ...
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Friday January 28, 2011 - Times viewed: 7718
A 76-year old woman who was hit by a MAX train last night died at the hospital early this morning. Apparently at around 9:30 pm, her cane was caught by the train as it was arriving into the station at the Northwest 6th and Dave station, pulling her down to the tracks. It took rescuers nearly an hour to rescue her. She was taken to the hospital where she appeared to have only suffered minor injuries. Her only complaint at the time was that she couldn't feel her legs. Her injuries were not believed to have been serious. She had been alert and talking with paramedics. It's not clear at this point what caused her death. ...
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Thursday January 27, 2011 - Times viewed: 8151
Police were searching a waterfront neighborhood along the Oregon Coast today for the owner of a truck suspected of shooting a police officer who pulled him over for speeding Sunday night. David Anthony Durham, 43, of Portland was under investigation in connection with the Sunday night shooting of Lincoln City police Officer Steven Dodds, who remained in critical condition, Newport police Chief Mark Miranda said. Dodds was shot multiple times shortly after he stopped the truck in Lincoln City, about 40 miles north of Waldport. Dodds did not return fire but was able to call in his own officer down report, Lincoln City police Lt. Jerry Palmer said. The scene was captured on a patrol car video camera, but few details were being released. Dodds, 45, a six-year veteran of Lincoln City police who was named officer of the year in 2010, underwent surgery at Legacy Emanuel Hospital in Portland. Police previously identified Durham as the registered owner of the 1984 Dodge truck stopped by Dodds, and said they wanted to locate him to make sure he was safe and find out if he had any information about the shooting. Miranda later said the investigation was focused on Durham. "W ...
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Thursday January 27, 2011 - Times viewed: 7722
PORTLAND, Ore. – The search for the Portland man accused of shooting a police officer before fleeing into the woods moved past its fifth day Thursday, while the victim's daughter says her dad is steadily improving. Lincoln City Officer Steven Dodds has been hospitalized at Portland's Legacy Emanuel Hospital with multiple gunshot wounds since Sunday's shooting. Megan Dodds said Thursday her father has turned his head toward her and squeezed her hand. "He's a strong guy and so stubborn. I know he's not going to let himself down on this one," she said. Authorities are still looking for David Anthony Durham, who they believe shot Dodds on Sunday night before leading police on a speed chase on the Oregon Coast. Durham fled into on foot and is still at large. Durham is described by his brother, Michael, as an avid outdoorsman who designed his own camouflage clothing. Police say he may be holed up in a vacation home in a secluded neighborhood less than a block from the Pacific Ocean. Officials have searched more than 250 homes for Durham, a 43-year-old former landscaper who family members say had become delusional after taking pain medication for an injured shoulder. ...
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Wednesday January 26, 2011 - Times viewed: 7778
SALEM, Oregon - 37-year old Morales Singer, father of three children was killed when a car ran him over in northeast Salem last night. Singer was struck sometimes around 11:30 p.m. on 47th Avenue in Salem. Deputies found him lying in the road near Edwin Court NE. Medics arrived and pronounced him dead from the injuries suffered in hit and run. The night was foggy, hard to see at the time of the accident. Singer was apparently returning home from a nearby Saloon on Silverton Road. The driver of the car that hit Singer never stopped. Several pieces of debris at the scene indicates damage to the car's right front, side, and hood, and is probably missing a right side mirror. Anyone with information about this hit and run should call the Marion County Sheriff's Office at 503-540-8079. ...
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Wednesday January 26, 2011 - Times viewed: 9152
33-year-old Georgia Gunzer from Tacoma pleaded with authorities to help her, for a protection order against Alphonso Bell, the father of her daughter. Pierce County Commissioner Mark Gelman denied her request for help, stating it did not meet the statute. Georgia Gunzer was stabbed to death Saturday morning in her apartment. Her daughter was at the home, along with friends for a sleep over. Cydney Marckmann, Georgia Gunzer’s friend said, "I feel very strongly that our system failed her. She was trying to do everything the right way and was shut down." Writing the court, Gunzer said she was afraid of Bell who was a recently released felon who had hit her in the past. She told the court Bell hit her in 2004 and had violated protection orders in the past. "I am worried because he gets out of work release in three weeks," Gunzer told the court. "He has already been calling me over and over and I am trying to get a parenting plan in order right now, and do not trust him." If Commissioner Mark Gelman had granted her order Alphonso Bell would have been required to stay away from Gunzer and their child, and cease contact with her. Alphonso Bell called 911 from Tacoma Ge ...
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Tuesday January 25, 2011 - Times viewed: 8052
Moonlighting used to indicate your boss had no clue what you were doing after work. But for others these days, it’s just a way of achieving The American Dream. Moonlighting trends are linked to a growing separation among the rich and poor, as well as a general sense that family are working more for less. The American Dream, a mostly elusive and certainly overused phrase, can mean a land in which life could and should be better, richer, fuller. It’s a dream opportunity for everyone based purely and simply on their meritorious ability. The American Dream isn't always a dream of cars and expensive homes, not always about high wages. To many it’s a degree of self satisfaction, contentment if you will, the peace one has when reaching for a goal to which they are inherently able to accomplish. And to some degree, it’s a kind of acknowledged by their peers for what and who they are, regardless of where they were born or the pigment of their skin. And it’s a down-payment on a personal legacy, not just for glory but for whom they are in the eyes of those who love them. The American Dream, inevitably, is contentment. The Department of Labor defines moonlighting as working more th ...
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Tuesday January 25, 2011 - Times viewed: 7740
WALDPORT, Oregon - Police combed the forested peninsula around Alsea Bay for a man suspected of shooting and critically injuring an officer, leading a gunfire-filled chase and then disappearing into the woods. Searchers are focused on a peninsula that juts into Alsea Bay and stretches about a mile at its widest point. They're looking for a man believed to be Anthony Durham, 43, of Portland, who is the registered owner of a 1984 Dodge truck stopped for speeding Sunday night by Lincoln City police Officer Steven Dodds. State police said Durham is considered armed and dangerous and may be accompanied by his 40-pound, black and white dog named Huckleberry. "He's out there hiding somewhere," Waldport city manager Nancy Leonard said of the suspect. "There's a lot of forested area, it's very easy to lose yourself." Police have so far refused to release any additional details about the search, but residents on the peninsula said Tuesday they spent a restless night waiting to hear news of the man's capture. "He's going to get more desperate," said Sean Nutting, who lives in the area. "He already tried to kill a cop, there (isn't) much he's scared of at this point." State c ...
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