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Name: Sarah Armento
Date registered: May 23, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Crews Continue Maintenance Work — October 22, 2014
  2. Post-Op Heart Attack Trial — October 22, 2014
  3. 3 Now in Quarantine in Ohio — October 19, 2014
  4. OSP Investigates Fatal Motorcycle Crash — October 14, 2014
  5. Multiple Cars Crash into Tree — October 13, 2014

Most commented posts

  1. Fatal Semi Crash Closes I-5 Ramp — 12 comments
  2. Police Prep for Marijuana Laws — 9 comments
  3. Panera Bans Guns in its Restaurants — 6 comments
  4. Judge Strikes Down Same-Sex Marriage Ban — 6 comments
  5. Body Pulled From McKenzie River — 5 comments

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Bike Shop Modifies Motorcycle For Vet

MEDFORD, Ore. — Thunderstruck Bikes is helping a disabled veteran regain his mobility. Sgt. Brian Mast is flying into Medford on Sunday to meet with the bike shop and tailor the motorcycle to his specific needs. The Harley Davidson motorcycle was donated by Sgt. Mast’s hometown in Florida. Thunderstruck Bikes is planning on turning the motorcycle … Continue reading »

Former Ebola Patient Back in Hospital

WORCHESTER, Mass. (CNN) — An American patient treated for Ebola in Nebraska then released is now in isolation in a hospital in Massachusetts. And an Ebola patient in Dallas has slipped into critical condition. Dr. Richard Sacra, who had been previously treated for Ebola, went to an emergency room early Saturday in Boston with a … Continue reading »

UO to Celebrate Tribal Nations

EUGENE, Ore. — After more than two years of planning the flags of all nine of Oregon’s tribal nations will fly above the Erb Memorial Union. The University of Oregon will hold an installation ceremony at 10 a.m. on Thursday to dedicate the new flag poles. “We are extremely grateful to the nine tribes who … Continue reading »

P.F. Chang’s Horse Goes Pink

EUGENE, Ore. – An iconic horse in Eugene is going pink; it’s all part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. This was the scene at the P.F. Changs restaurant in Eugene this afternoon. The restaurant chain is painting more than 250 of its warrior horses pink. Throughout October the restaurant will donate $1 for every person … Continue reading »

Hearing for Cheryl Kidd Wednesday

SALEM, Ore. — The future of a woman accused of killing a Eugene Police officer will be under review at a hearing Wednesday. Board members will decide whether to keep Cheryl Kidd at the state hospital or move her to a less secure facility. Kidd shot and killed Officer Chris Killcullen in 2011. Officer Kilcullen’s … Continue reading »

Junction City DMV to Close for Repairs

JUNCTION CITY, Ore. – The Junction City DMV field office will be closed October 13-17 for repairs and improvements. The office will be repainted and the flooring will be replaces. The office will also get new system furniture and an additional counter workstation. The office, located at 235 W Fourth Ave., is scheduled to reopen … Continue reading »

OSU Study Finds Link to Childhood Asthma

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Researchers from Oregon State University say parents with children at home should use ventilation when cooking with a gas stove. A new study showed an link between gas kitchen stove ventilation and asthma, asthma symptoms and chronic bronchitis. “In homes where a gas stove was used without venting, the prevalence of asthma … Continue reading »

Burn to Cause Smoky Conditions

EUGENE, Ore. – People should expect smoky conditions near Mount Pisgah in the next few days. Lane County will be conducting a prescribed burn at the Howard Buford Area and the Nature Conservency’s Willamette Preserve Monday. During the burn the north trailhead of trails 3 and 7 will be closed, but the other trails won’t … Continue reading »

OSP Seeks Help, Fatal Hit & Run

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – A man was found dead in the middle of the road Saturday night after an apparent hit and run, East of Cottage Grove. Oregon State Police is reaching out to the public, hoping someone can help them figure out who was driving when the pedestrian was hit. Police say someone found … Continue reading »

Glacier Breaks Off Mt. Shasta

MT. SHASTA, Calif. — The Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Department is sending deputies to monitor the roads near Mount Shasta after a piece of glacier broke off and started flooding the area. Reports surfaced today of some bridges being overrun with water near the Pilgrim Creek and Mud Creek area. The U.S. Forest Service and California … Continue reading »

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