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Saturday April 3, 2021
Oregon restaurant owners worry about another round of virus restrictions
PORTLAND, Ore. — Governor Kate Brown warned Oregon residents Friday not to get complacent when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic. "Don't let the vaccines and the sunny spring weather give us the false sense that we're in the clear," she said. "Because we're not." The warning is a stark contrast to the rising optimism about where things stand in Oregon. Many residents and business owners a ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
ROGUE RIVER STRIP MALL GUTTED BY FIRE OVERNIGHT
The Rogue River Fire Department said that firefighters were able to keep the fire from spreading to a nearby home. ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — Flames engulfed the Double R Pub on Main Street in Rogue River overnight, according to the Rogue River Fire District. The Double R sits in the middle of a strip mall. xxxxl Firefighters from RRFD were dispatched to reports of a structure fire at the Double R ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Household family of Oregon frontline workers eligible for vaccine, Gov. Brown says
SALEM, Ore. — Governor Kate Brown and health officials addressed Oregonians on the state’s fight against the coronavirus Friday, announcing an eligibility expansion for the families of frontline workers, broadening the criteria for underlying health conditions, and outlining the latest virus forecast. On Monday, April 5, frontline workers will be eligible for the vaccine statewide, though mor ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Oregon health officials urge Governor Kate Brown to 'start raising a ruckus' over vaccine supply
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Oregon's top public health official says the governor needs to "start raising a ruckus" over what he sees as an unfair supply of the COVID-19 vaccine sent to Oregon by the federal government compared to other states. Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen said in a letter to Gov. Kate Brown, a Democrat, that if Oregon were to get the same amount of vaccine doses pe ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Christopher Noel Villarreal Sentenced to 224 Months in Sexual Assault Case
HILLSBORO, Oregon - On February 26, 2021, a Washington County jury found Christopher Noel Villarreal, age 45, guilty of three counts of first-degree rape, three counts of first-degree sexual abuse, strangulation and fourth-degree assault. On March 30, 2021, Judge Ted Simms sentenced the defendant to 224 months prison. Senior Deputy District Attorney Allison Brown prosecuted the case against Mr. Vi ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
UPDATED - Homicide Investigation - Josephine County
JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Oregon - On Thursday, April 1, 2021 at approximately 2:30 P.M., members of the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office arrested Harley Boitz (26) during a traffic stop on Laurel Rd. in Cave Junction. Boitz is being held in the Josephine County Jail on the charges of Murder, Arson, Abuse of a Corpse, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and Unauthorized Use of a Motor Vehicle. On Ma ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Jaxon Palm and Corban Cody have been found and are no longer missing
SALEM, Oregon – The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Child Welfare Division, is thankful for the community support to find Jaxon Palm and Corban Cody. Jaxon Palm, age 13, and Corban Cody, age 14, are children in foster care who went missing from Albany, Ore. on March 30, 2021. They were found on April 1, 2021. A small number of children in foster care may be in significant danger ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Fuel Tanker Crash Leads to Evacuation of 12 Homes
STAYTON, Oregon - On March 23rd, 2021, deputies were called to the scene of a crash involving a fuel tanker which overturned on Golf Club Road SE, Stayton. During the crash, a large quantify of fuel was spilled from the vehicle, leaving Golf Club Road closed for several days to allow time for hazardous materials cleanup crews to remove contaminated soil and for the roadway to be repaired. Offic ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
FORAGE COFFEE IN MEDFORD FINED MORE THAN $9,000 BY OREGON OSHA
SALEM, Oregon - OSHA has fined Forage Coffee Company LLC in Medford $9,250 for three violations of on-the-job safety standards meant to protect workers from the coronavirus disease. In one violation – committed willfully – the business potentially exposed employees to the virus by allowing indoor dining, despite requirements that such capacity be kept to zero to curb transmission of the disease. ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Firearms, many illegal drugs sized from properties in Veneta and rural Elmira
ELMIRA, Oregon - On 04-01-2021, the Lane County Sheriff's Office responded to an address in the 27000 block of Lawrence Rd. north west of Elmira regarding the location of a stolen vehicle. During the investigation deputies encountered what appeared to be a large, illegal Butane Marijuana Hash Oil (BHO) extraction lab. The Sheriff's Office applied for and was granted a search warrant for the Lawr ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
CLARK COUNTY, Oregon - On 4/2/2021 at 1pm, EMS personnel and CCSO deputies responded to the 8100 block of NE 25th Avenue for the report of a collision involving a motorcycle and a vehicle. Upon arrival, EMS personnel attended to a motorcyclist who was lying in the roadway, unresponsive. Resuscitation efforts were attempted, but the motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of th ...

Saturday April 3, 2021
Oregon Man Buys School Bus To Transport His 10 Grandkids to School
GLADSTONE, Oregon - This Oregon man may have just won the award for “Grandfather of the Year” after he surprised his grandkids with a creative Christmas gift on wheels. Doug Hayes recently decided to surprise his 10 grandkids by getting them their own personal school bus for Christmas. Since the youngsters go to a relatively small Catholic school in Gladstone, Oregon, there have never had ac ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
15-year-old Roseburg Girl Reunited With Her Lost Cat after 3 years
ROSEBURG, Oregon - This 15-year-old girl had only been volunteering at her local animal shelter for a few days when she was suddenly reunited with her childhood cat named Spunky. Hannah Rountree had not seen Spunky since he disappeared from her home in Roseburg, Oregon during a family vacation three years ago. In the days following his disappearance, Hannah would often cry over her missing f ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Kevin Costner loves stories about Oregon history
Many of us remember a time, before the internet, when the primary source of historical tidbits we garnered as kids came from stories told by our parents or school teachers. Now an iPhone app co-founded by Hollywood star Kevin Costner seeks to tailor that experience to road-tripping families. Understanding that the family road trip is one of the quintessentially American vacations, HearHere deli ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
Portland Premature doll-size baby Now local celebrity
PORTLAND, Oregon - A premature baby the size of a Superman action figure has made a miraculous recovery—and now celebrates every milestone with his sidekick by his side. Logan Ray was born at 23 weeks gestation, weighing just 1.5 pounds, the same height as a tiny 12 inch Superman figure. Doctors told his parents to prepare for the worst, but just like his new hero toy, little Logan was a fig ...
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Saturday April 3, 2021
'Frankie the Adventure Goat' and Oregonian Owner Has Traveled Over 60,000 Miles Across America in Epic Road Trip
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - Meet Frankie, the adventurous goat who has traveled over 60,000 miles across the US with her owners in their colorful Airstream trailer. Cate Battles and her husband Chad moved from their house into a trailer in 2016, and they’ve been traveling to beauty spots with their favorite pet ever since. “She’s an awesome travel companion,” said Cate, a 34-year-old artist and tr ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Healthcare Workers in Oregon Stuck in Snowy Traffic With Expiring COVID Vaccines Go Car to Car Offering Them to Drivers
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - With COVID vaccines in short supply, waiting times are not unusual—but not for those stuck in traffic alongside these dedicated healthcare workers who made sure that fresh doses didn’t go to waste. During last Tuesday’s snowstorm in Oregon, this inoculation crew found themselves stranded in a traffic jam. Rather than let vaccine doses expire, they hopped out of their vehic ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Oregon health officials monitoring 4 people for Ebola
PORTLAND, Oregon - The Oregon Health Authority (OHA) on Thursday announced it is monitoring four people for Ebola after those people recently returned from Guinea and Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), two West African countries in the midst of Ebola outbreaks. OHA said there is low risk for people in Oregon. It did not say where the four individuals are located. Local public health dep ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
The Cost Of Staying Open? $27,470—And Then Some
PORTLAND, Oregon - Oregon Occupational Safety and Health, the agency tasked with enforcing the state's workplace safety and health rules, has issued a $27,470 fine against a Bend coffee shop, alleging that it violated standards put in place to protect employees from COVID-19. OSHA announced March 30 that Kevista Coffee, located along Century Drive on Bend's west side, "willfully continued to poten ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Local Students Headed Back to Buildings Full Time
New guidelines released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention March 19 are allowing districts including Bend-La Pine Schools to increase the amount of time students spend in school buildings. In a letter sent to families March 25, Interim Superintendent Lora Nordquist announced that students in the district would soon have an option for "all-in" instruction taking place five days a wee ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Oregon Covid cases rise as potential snag in vaccination timeline appears
The number of new cases of Covid-19 rose 28% last week, and an Oregon health official said it was uncertain how the loss of 15 million vaccine doses nationally would affect vaccination plans. There were 2,456 new cases of Covid reported in the week ended March 28, up from 1,920 in the previous week, according to the Oregon Health Authority's weekly report, released Wednesday. Also Wednesday, ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
What does Biden's infrastructure plan mean for Oregon?
PORTLAND, Ore. — President Joe Biden introduced his plan this week to bolster infrastructure spending, which would likely mean a cash infusion for Oregon and Washington. Among other priorities, Biden’s plan includes billions of dollars dedicated to road and bridge projects. Transportation officials around Portland are paying close attention. An influx of cash could help pay for several projects ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Oregon police department changes K9's name, Lil Kim, after controversy
The Bend Police Department has changed the name of one of its K9s, "Lil' Kim," following a controversy over the fact that it shares a name with Grammy award-winning rapper Lil' Kim, Oregon Public Broadcasting reports. Riccardo Waites, the founder of the Central Oregon Black Leaders Assembly, said in a video Thursday that he met with Bend Police Chief Mike Krantz to express concerns about the d ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Oregon Real ID: What you'll need to fly domestically come October 1st
PORTLAND, Ore. — It's back. Oregon DMV officials are urging anyone looking to travel by air later this year to apply for an Oregon Real ID. The federally mandated travel document requirement was supposed to go into effect last October, but was delayed a year due to the pandemic. We've got the details on how to get yours, as well as other options that will allow you to get on a plane this ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
The 2021 Oregon urban and community forestry awards honor construction firm and people
SALEM, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Forestry and the non-profit organization Oregon Community Trees (OCT) have announced this year’s Oregon Urban and Community Forestry Award honorees. They are: Essex General Construction, with offices in Eugene and Lake Oswego Grants Pass Urban Forester Tony Mecum Wilsonville City Councilor Charlotte Lehan Eugene Urban Forestry Management Analyst Scott A ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Update: Shooting at Golden Knight Motel; Third Person Arrested
GRESHAM, Oregon.- On March 18, Gresham Police responded to a report of a shooting at the Golden Knight Motel, 750 E. Powell Blvd. When police arrived, they discovered four victims of gunfire. The East County Major Crimes Team is leading the investigation. xxxxl UPDATE: On March 31, Gresham Police Detectives made a third arrest in connection to this investigation. Caden Christman, 24, of Portlan ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Fatal Crash on Hwy 211 - Clackamas County
On Thursday, April 1, 2021 at approximately 12:30 P.M., Oregon State Police Troopers and emergency personnel responded to a two vehicle crash on Hwy 211 and Meridian Rd. Preliminary investigation revealed a Ford Explorer, operated by Richard Russell (84) of Keizer, was turning left from Meridian Rd. onto Hwy 211 and pulled into the path of a Peterbilt semi-truck operated by Gerald Fritz (55) of ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
UPDATE: Victim Identified in Kenton Neighborhood Homicide
The victim in the Kenton Neighborhood shooting has been identified as Michael Arrington, 53, from Vancouver, Washington. The Oregon State Medical Examiner's Office conducted an autopsy on Mr. Arrington and determined he died from a gunshot wound and ruled his death a homicide. Mr. Arrington's family has been notified and provided the attached photo. The family is requesting privacy. Portl ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Missing child alert -- Corban Cory is missing and believed to be in danger
(Salem) – The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Child Welfare Division, asks the public to help find Corban Cory, age 14, a child in foster care who went missing from Albany, Ore. on March 30, 2021. He is believed to be in danger. ODHS asks the public for help in the effort to find him and to contact 911 or local law enforcement if they believe they see Corban. Corban is suspected ...
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Friday April 2, 2021
Missing child alert -- Jaxon Palm is missing and believed to be in danger
(Salem) – The Oregon Department of Human Services (ODHS), Child Welfare Division, asks the public to help find Jaxon Palm, age 13, a child in foster care who went missing from Albany, Ore. on March 30, 2021. He is believed to be in danger. ODHS asks the public for help in the effort to find him and to contact the Oregon Child Abuse Hotline by calling 1-855-503-SAFE (7233) if they believe they s ...
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