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September 29, 2006


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Sep 29,2006
Two bucks stood very still in a small clearing of the ponderosa pine forest. The hunter raised his rifle, taking aim at the larger of the two deer and squeezed the trigger. At only 50 yards, it should have been an easy shot but neither deer flinched. After two more shots, his partner also fired twice with the same result. Something wasn’t right with this situation.   Oregon State Troopers set up elk decoy to catch ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
During the week, there were 16 reports of vehicle break-ins, with an estimated value of stolen items at $7,812.  Of the 16 reports, seven vehicles were unlocked.  There were also seven reports of car windows being broken by lava racks, with damage estimates totaling $3,050.  DUII arrests totaled five, and there were six warrant arrests made. There were three reports of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle, and two arrests for driving with a suspended ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
After a heat-- and drought-ridden summer in most areas of the country, it’s not unusual to see plenty of bare and brown spots in the lawn. With fall upon us, now is the ideal time of year to rid lawns of those bare spots by reseeding or planting new grass seed to ensure a full and lush lawn for next year. The first step to reseeding a lawn is to loosen the soil, removing any ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
It's that time again -– time to make health benefits decisions for the year ahead. If you have health benefits through your employer, this likely means you. When it comes to Open Enrollment, the time typically from October to December when many people have the opportunity to re-evaluate health benefits for the year ahead, where do you even start? A new guide, “Navigating Your Health Benefits For Dummies,” can help. Even if you don’t have ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
Alongside doctors, surgeons, pathologists, and lab technicians, another team of dedicated hospital personnel makes a big difference in saving people’s lives. Histotechnology professionals play an important part in the diagnosis of illnesses and treatment of patients, and with more medical facilities available around the world, the need for well-trained histologists continues to grow. What is histotechnology? Histologists are responsible for performing complex procedures for processing tissue. They also prepare slides of tissue for examination, and ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
It's October and time to think pink. Start shopping for holiday gifts now and support breast cancer research by buying fashion merchandise that's in the pink. You can take a shower for the cure, tell time for the cure, get curls for the cure or hide from the rain for a cure. Just look for the pink ribbon at a store near you.   SPECIAL EFFORT - You can support breast cancer research in October by buying ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
About half of all Americans take prescription drugs for one reason or another, yet a recent study indicates that for many of them their doctors have failed to adequately explain the reason, duration and time of their regular doses. That was the conclusion of a study published in the Sept. 25 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine. Some of the things doctors fail to explain is the potential side effects of pharmaceuticals and how long the ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
Klaus Schulten, an Illinois molecular researcher, and his team generate computer simulations of working human cell components in a process that starts with an expensive supercomputer. The computer crunches data for millions of atoms. When it's time to view the molecules interacting, the researchers turn to PCs with relatively inexpensive video cards - the same Nvidia and ATI cards that serious game players buy online or at electronic stores. "It's been a godsend, a gift ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
It's a buyer's market for consumers looking to simplify their fuel budget with an economy car. This B-segment of compacts and subcompacts has been bumped up this model year with such entries as the Toyota Yaris, Honda Fit, Dodge Caliber, a new Hyundai Accent and now the Nissan Versa. Most of these little cars are overachievers in their conveniences, attention to detail and do-all cargo capacity. And Versa is among them.   NISSAN VERSA - The Nissan Versa, ... [full story]
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Sep 29,2006
According to the 2006 Coldwell Banker® Home Price Comparison Index (HPCI), an “apples to apples” comparison of similar homes sold in typical, middle management neighborhoods, the average sale price of homes in Oregon is $384,097. Of the five Oregon markets evaluated, Bend, Oregon ranks as the most expensive with an average home price of $482,750 while Salem, Ore. ranks as the least expensive with an average price of $304,000. The 2006 Coldwell Banker HPCI evaluated home ... [full story]
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