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Mar 27,2007
Twenty-one percent of Democrats also say they would not vote for United States Senator Hillary Clinton Senator Hillary Clinton is still the frontrunner for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States according to recent polls, even as Senator Barack Obama gains ground on her in the race. However, according to a new Harris Poll, half of U.S. adults say they would not vote for Senator Clinton if she were the Democratic candidate, while ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
Fraud against US citizens involved funds wired to fake escrow accounts to purchase nonexistent merchandise on eBay, losses reached over $350,000 WASHINGTON – A Bulgarian member of a transnational criminal group has been arrested on U.S. charges by law enforcement authorities in Budapest, Hungary, in connection with an elaborate Internet scheme responsible for defrauding American citizens of over $350,000 – primarily on eBay, Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher of the Criminal Division and FBI ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
Spot reports of some stations in the state already charging $3 or more With the arrival of spring break, motorists in Oregon are seeing gasoline prices ranging from less than $2.80 per gallon to more than three dollars per gallon.  In the past month, the state's average price for a gallon of regular rose by 36 cents to $2.859.  That compares to a national average price increase in the same time period of a bit more ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
Public advised of actions that could result in fines From bike jumps to dumping garbage, illegal activities on land owned by the Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) just outside the Bend city limits are on the increase. “Last Thursday morning we removed bike jumps that were built with dirt that was dug out from the site.  We had to fill deep holes and level the mounds,” said Nancy Pustis, DSL’s eastern region manager. “This kind of ... [full story]
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Mar 29,2007
Store Opening scheduled for Summer 2007 in Portland, Oregon IKEA, a leading home furnishings retailer, this week announced the recruitment program for its future store, opening Summer 2007 in Portland, Oregon. The store will be the Swedish company’s second store in the Pacific Northwest and 31st in the United States. Candidates interested in working at the much-heralded employer of choice should look online for all available positions at the future IKEA Portland store. Candidates with ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
WASHINGTON—ITT Corporation, the leading manufacturer of military night vision equipment for the U.S. Armed Forces, has admitted sending classified materials overseas and will pay a $100 million penalty, Assistant Attorney General for the National Security Division Kenneth L. Wainstein and U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Virginia John L. Brownlee announced today, along with the Defense Criminal Investigative Service (DCIS) and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The corporation will pay a total monetary ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
A 33-year old Prineville man who allegedly bid on jobs and dug wells in Central Oregon without a contractor’s license, and who also allegedly failed to complete two wells after receiving payment in advance was arrested Friday, police reported. Daniel R. Davis’s license had been suspended by the Oregon Water Resources Board while he was actively bidding on jobs and digging wells throughout the area, said Crook County Sheriff’s Detective Sergeant Travis Jurgens. In two known ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
Two fires in two days “human caused”, suspicious Two recent “human-caused” fires in the Bend area have been turned over to police for investigation.  The first fire caused over $100,000 damage Sunday to an unoccupied rental home undergoing renovation in southeast Bend, and on Monday afternoon a brush fire was set in a vacant lot, fire officials reported. Firefighters were called to property owned by James Pasmore at 651 SE Reed Market Road shortly after ... [full story]
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Mar 27,2007
COLUMBUS, Ohio - The next several months will tell us just how well the Republican-controlled Legislature will get along with Ohio Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland. If you're a betting person, go with the horse named "NotVeryWell." From now until July 1, politicians will be dickering over the state budget which Strickland rolled out on March 15 or 20, depending on what side of the political aisle you're on. The parties can't even agree on that. ... [full story]
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Mar 26,2007
Two men received minor injuries -- including one driver able to walk away from his car after it was split in half -– during a two-vehicle crash Monday morning on Highway 26 at Kelso Road, Oregon State Police (OSP) reported.   Both photos (above and below) show the two halves of Perez-Sanluis’ vehicle following the crash on Highway 26 at kelso Road – OSP photos   About 7:15 this morning, 19-year old Aldo Menchaca Varela of Sandy, Oregon was ... [full story]
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