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Jan 05,2007
The television pilot project will air gave- to-gavel, unedited coverage of the Legislative Session starting January 8th, 2007 Senate President Peter Courtney, House Speaker Karen Minnis and House Speaker-elect Jeff Merkley announced Tuesday that a new pilot project called “The Oregon Channel” will hit the airwaves on Opening Day of the 2007 Session, providing a new way for citizens to watch their legislators at work. “For the first time ever, Oregonians will have a television ... [full story]
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Jan 02,2007
Dec. 23 Reports: not currently available Dec. 24 Reports: not currently available Dec. 25 Reports: not currently available Dec. 26 Reports:  Brandon Kennedy reported someone forced entry into his apartment and stole 35 miscellaneous DVDs.  (NW Bond St.) Lisa Sorensen reported that when she left her purse in a Bi-Mart shopping cart momentarily, someone stole it. (NE 2nd St.) Leanna Darlene Gomez, 21, was taken into custody on an outstanding theft warrant.  She was also charged with theft and identity theft.  ... [full story]
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Jan 02,2007
Governor Ted Kulongoski today issued a proclamation declaring Tuesday, January 2, 2007 as "Gerald Ford Commemoration Day" in Oregon. All Oregon state offices will remain open for regular business hours on January 2. On Wednesday, December 27 Governor Kulongoski ordered that flags be flown at half-staff until sunset on January 25, 2007 to honor Former President Gerald Ford. [full story]
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Jan 05,2007
THE CHEF Thomas Keller was a dishwasher at the Palm Beach Yacht Club restaurant managed by his mother, Betty, when she asked him if he would like to be chef. He said yes and she replied, "OK, you're the chef, now learn to cook."   THOMAS KELLER - Thomas Keller, chef and owner of The French Laundry, is one of America's culinary icons who has garnered almost every major honor in the food world. CNS Photo.Boy, ... [full story]
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Jan 05,2007
A few weeks ago Jeanne Davis crouched on the gym floor, kneeling over a kindergartner's weekend bruises at 8:20 a.m. as Holy Family School filled with students excited about the upcoming holidays. For Davis, the school was filling with hope. She has little memory of the holidays last year, when she was paralyzed with grief following the sudden death of her husband, Tom, 53. An active, strong woman, Davis found herself unable to answer the ... [full story]
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Jan 01,2007
On the wall of my home office is a poster that proclaims me as "The Official U.S. Blabbermouth." The poster was presented to me at a party a few days before being sworn in as the first White House director of communications. Most prominent among the signatures on the poster of government officials and newspersons is that of Jerry Ford, then the Republican minority leader of the House of Representatives. Ford was that type of ... [full story]
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Jan 01,2007
A Vancouver, Washington man died Friday night from injuries sustained in a fall after he stopped to help at the scene of an injury crash involving an intoxicated driver on I-84 east of Warrendale. Brian Allen Bernier, 37, reportedly jumped over a guardrail to avoid an approaching pickup, and fell about 50 feet to the ground below. Oregon State Police (OSP) are continuing the investigation and seeking information on the driver of the pickup vehicle ... [full story]
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Jan 01,2007
Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue firefighters credit residential sprinklers for saving a building housing six condominiums on New Years Day. At 7:20 a.m., fire crews from Tualatin Valley Fire and Rescue's (TVF&R) Butner Road Station #61 responded to a report of a commercial fire alarm at 1040 SW 170th Avenue. While en route, 9-1-1 dispatchers received reports of neighbors hearing smoke alarms sounding from an upstairs condo and added additional fire crews to the response. ... [full story]
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Jan 01,2007
A Lake Oswego man died when he lost control of his motorcycle, hit an icy patch on a curvy roadway, slid over 215 feet before leaving the road, and traveled down over a 40-foot rocky embankment into the four-foot deep frigid waters of the Clackamas River eddy below, said authorities.   Photo provided by Clackamas County Sheriff's Office. The victim, 47-year old William “Wesley” Carter of Lake Oswego, was discovered submerged in the river by a passing ... [full story]
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Jan 01,2007
Have some fun in the snow and learn about local ecology, geology, wildlife and winter safety while you’re at it. The US Forest Service, Mount Bachelor Ski Area and Northwest Interpretive Association are conducting the annual program of free natural history snowshoe tours at Mt. Bachelor’s West Village. Forest Service field rangers began the tours on December 26th, and will continue this week, Tuesday through Saturday, January 2-7.  Tours start twice a day, at 10 ... [full story]
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