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Mar 31,2008
CLATSKANIE, Ore. -- Three people received non-life threatening injuries Monday morning after the driver lost control of her car which collided with a loaded logging truck on the icy road conditions of Highway 30 west of Clatskanie near the Gnat Creek Bridge, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported.   The driver and two passengers in the small Honda received only minor injuries after colliding with a logging truck - OSP photo According to Trooper Jim O'Connor, Mary Gump, ... [full story]
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Mar 28,2008
COOS BAY, Ore. -- Two barges owned by Florida-based Titan Salvage are due to arrive in Coos Bay around mid-afternoon on March 29 to begin the first steps of preparation for the planned removal of wreckage from the New Carissa later this spring. The "Karlissa A" and "Karlissa B" barges – each 170 by 80 by 13 feet – will be moored at the Central Dock in Coos Bay upon their arrival. Local contractors will ... [full story]
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Mar 28,2008
GOLD BEACH, Ore. – A 58-year old Brookings man died Wednesday night when he lost control of his car on ice-covered US 101 south of Gold Beach, slid sideways into the oncoming lane of traffic and struck an SUV, troopers reported. Lesile P. Salgado’s 1996 BMW lost traction about 8:35 p.m., March 26, as he traveled south on the highway near milepost 334 and was pronounced dead at the scene, Oregon State Police (OSP) Sgt. ... [full story]
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Mar 25,2008
Consumers are being urged to discard certain brands of fresh cantaloupe in the wake of a salmonellosis outbreak investigation, Oregon public health officials announced. The implicated products were grown in Honduras and grown or packed by "Agropecuaria Montelibano," also known as "Agrolibano." Agropecuaria Montelibano is a major supplier of cantaloupe to the United States. The cantaloupe were identified as the source of an outbreak of Salmonella Litchfield, a rare strain of the disease, which affected ... [full story]
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Mar 25,2008
GLADSTONE, Ore. -- A normally quiet residential neighborhood in Gladstone was awakened early Monday morning to the sound of shotgun blasts, police reported.   The front window of the home was one of those damaged by shotgun blasts early Monday morning - Gladstone Police photo  Gladstone Police said a neighbor reported seeing a thin, white man with curly blonde hair running away about 4:30 a.m. when the shots were heard. He was reported to be carrying what the witness ... [full story]
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Mar 25,2008
WASHINGTON COUNTY, Ore. – A 17-year-old Portland girl who absconded from the Oregon Youth Authority was injured Sunday morning when she crashed and rolled a reportedly stolen vehicle as she attempted to flee from pursuing deputies.   Highway 217 northbound on-ramp to Highway 26 eastbound was closed for about 1 1/2 hours to complete the investigation and remove the debris - WCSO photo According to a Washington County Sheriff’s Office news release, Phillicia Johnsen of northwest Portland ... [full story]
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Mar 25,2008
PORTLAND, Ore. -- A 39-year old Portland OBGYN doctor was arrested and on Friday was indicted on almost a dozen crimes in connection with the alleged sexual abuse of two young children, deputies reported.   Thomas Lee - WCSO photo  Dr. Thomas Lee, 39, surrendered to Washington County Sheriff’s detectives last week, was arrested, and released on bail.  Following a grand jury indictment for four counts of first-degree unlawful sexual penetration and seven counts of first-degree sexual ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
Cigarette and marijuana smoking are down among Oregon middle and high school students, and alcohol use remains the same for 11th graders but has increased 28 percent for eighth graders, according to the Oregon Department of Human Services Addictions and Mental Health Division. The information was contained in the agency's recently released reports for each of Oregon's 36 counties covering 2000-2006 consumption of alcohol, illicit drugs and tobacco. The epidemiological profiles are used by local ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
Oregon Attorney General candidate John Kroger on Thursday announced the endorsement of the Oregon State Police Officers’ Association (OSPOA), further cementing his support among law enforcement leaders and associations from across the state. "I am confident that John Kroger knows the tools of law enforcement through his years of experience as a federal prosecutor,” said OSPOA Vice President Andy Moyer.  “That experience, combined with his pledge to work with law enforcement to make Oregon safer, ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
BOARDMAN, Ore. -- Construction of Pacific Northwest Motorsports Park (PNMP), motorsports country club, the first phase in Boardman's planned Speedway Activity District development will move forward at a brisk pace now that the preliminary requirements for construction at the site have been met.Behind the scenes, Michael Runyon, AIA Director of Development and David Allen, General Counsel have been working with Morrow County officials to incorporate the 2002 Decisions of State Law and Oregon State Senate Bills ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
NEWBERG-DUNDEE, Ore. -- Police announced on Thursday the arrest of a 54-year old McMinnville man, a small business owner in Dundee, Oregon, in connection with an internet pornography case involving young children. According to Newberg-Dundee Police Sgt. Tim Weaver, Robert Charles Smiley was lodged in the Yamhill County Jail in McMinnville after being arrested at his business. Smiley was charged with ten counts of encouraging child sexual abuse for allegedly storing and viewing child porn on ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
CORVALLIS, Ore. – Three Corvallis men target-practicing by shooting a rifle at cans in their backyard were arrested Tuesday after at least two bullets damaged their neighbor’s vehicle, and another went through a bedroom window and wall.   (left to right) John Wallace, Jorge Reyes, Anton Maxwell - CPD photos  Corvallis Police responded to the 200 block of NW 15th Street after the neighbor found the 22-caliber bullet holes, and following an investigation arrested the men, identified ... [full story]
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Mar 21,2008
WILSONVILLE, Ore ---The City of Wilsonville is asking citizens to call the Public Works Department at 503-682-4092 if they notice any defacement of property by aerosol paint or other device capable of leaving a mark. Citizens should call Public Works to report graffiti on private or public property and to find out what products and methods are successful in cleaning up graffiti. Information on reporting graffiti is also available at www.ci.wilsonville.or.us. The city is developing ... [full story]
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