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November 19, 2007

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Nov 19,2007
Mt. Bachelor has officially announced a new date for the “Ski for Schools” event – it is now slated for Friday, December 7.   This is the second time the date has been changed, the first when weather conditions did not cooperate. General Manager and President Matt Janney explains, “several reasons led us to change the date: more terrain will be open, skiers can plan ahead and area schools will be closed allowing students to ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
With Thanksgiving approaching, many families are considering how they want to prepare their turkey. To keep their holiday as safe as possible, Oregon State Fire Marshal Nancy Orr is encouraging Oregonians to skip the popular deep fat turkey fryers in favor of more traditional cooking methods. "Propane powered, deep fat fryers are extremely dangerous," says Orr. "In fact, the Underwriters Laboratories, one of the nation's leading independent testing companies, has not certified any of these ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
Every day 5,000 Oregon school children -- the equivalent of one child in every classroom throughout the state -- are in need of urgent care due to pain and infection from tooth decay. For many, their suffering will only worsen because they don't have regular access to a dentist. The Oregon Smile Survey 2007, released last week by the Oregon Department of Human Services (DHS), contains the results of oral screenings conducted among first, second ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
A 21-year old Madras driver who made an illegal u-turn in front of a sheriff’s deputy north of Redmond Saturday afternoon was ultimately arrested and charged with five drug offenses, authorities reported.    Richard A. Faubion (left) and Vernon Leroy Middleton (right) - DCJ photos Richard A. Faubion was stopped by a Deschutes County Sheriff’s deputy at NW Pershall Way and Highway 97 in north Redmond, Oregon shortly before 4 p.m., November 17, Sgt. Ron Dozier and Deputy ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
A 30-year old Sisters man received non-life threatening injuries when he lost control of his pickup and struck a power pole Sunday afternoon in an accident that affected traffic lights at two busy intersections in north Bend, police reported. No charges are expected to be filed against Jeremy Todd Moyer, Bend Police Sgt. Greg Owens said.  Moyer was transported by Bend Fire ground ambulance to the emergency room of St. Charles Medical Center. Investigation determined ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
The Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office will be presenting a concealed handgun licensing class on Thursday, November 29, 2007 from 6-9:00 p.m.  The class will be held in “MAC” center of the Deschutes County Sheriff’s Office located at 63333 West Highway 20 in Bend, Oregon.  The fee for the class is $25.00 per person.  The front doors will be open at 5:30 p.m. and the class will start promptly at 6 p.m. (at which time the ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
Outdoor burning within the City of Bend will close November 22nd, Thursday evening at dark.  Gary Marshall, city of Bend fire marshal said outdoor debris burning restrictions were lifted for 20 days within November to allow City residents to burn small piles of yard debris.    Due to hazardous weather conditions, debris burning was cancelled for two days.     Outdoor burning will continue to be open outside the City of Bend within the Deschutes County Fire District ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
WUHAN, China -- Hubei Province, China, security officials said the poisoning deaths of six people were the result of a highly toxic rat poison being misused.A police team formed to investigate the incident concluded that Chen Ruyan, one of the victims of the poisoning, mistook rat poison known as "Dushuqiang" for flour and mixed it into the dough he was using to make rice dumplings, Xinhua, China's official government-run news agency, reported Monday.Two elderly people ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
PERUGIA , Italy -- Italian police said they're seeking a fourth suspect in the death of a British university student after a bloody fingerprint was found.The fingerprint, which was allegedly found in the apartment where British student Meredith Kercher was killed, belongs to an Ivory Coast native with prior convictions for drug dealing and petty theft, Sky News reported Monday.Police have said they believe Kercher, a Leeds University exchange student, was sexually assaulted and killed ... [full story]
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Nov 19,2007
LONDON -- A defendant in the 2005 terrorist bombings in London was portrayed Monday as the man who obtained the ingredients for the devices that left 52 people dead.Manfo Asiedu, 34, a Ghanian national, was accused in court of acquiring the explosive materials and trying to cover up his role after he became a target of the investigation.Asiedu earlier pleaded guilty a conspiracy charge and was in court Monday for a sentencing hearing.The Sun said ... [full story]
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