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Name: Sarah Armento
Date registered: May 23, 2012

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  1. 3 Now in Quarantine in Ohio — October 19, 2014
  2. OSP Investigates Fatal Motorcycle Crash — October 14, 2014
  3. Multiple Cars Crash into Tree — October 13, 2014
  4. EWEB Riverfront Master Plan — October 7, 2014
  5. OSP Seeks Help in Hit & Run Crash — October 6, 2014

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  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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Yellow Point Fire Update, Sept. 8

COTTAGE GROVE, Ore. – The Yellow Point fire continues to burn 25 miles west of Cottage Grove. The fire has burned 746 acres and was 15 percent contained as of Monday morning. Firefighters completed hand lines Sunday night and will focus on holding the established line and begin mop up operations Monday. South Sisters Road … Continue reading »

Library Reading Program

EUGENE, Ore. – The National Center for Education says that children who read have more of an advantage over those who are not. It says children who are frequently read are more likely to count to 20, write their own names, and read or pretend to read faster than other kids. Connie Bennett, the library … Continue reading »

Deputy Weber Released From Hospital

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — OHSU confirmed that Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Weber has been released from the hospital. He was released earlier this weekend. Deputy Weber was injured in the line of duty after he was shot twice on august 27th during a routine traffic stop in Klamath Falls. He was shot in the … Continue reading »

Movement For Nut-Free Schools

MEDFORD, Ore. — As parents send their kids back to school, some are asking for changes in the lunchroom. Doctors say there’s been a rise in people diagnosed with food allergies and for some parents of kids with allergies, it’s a daily concern. One Medford mom has two young kids with severe food allergies. She says … Continue reading »

Deception Complex Update, Sept. 3

OAKRIDGE, Ore. — The Deception Complex continues to burn near Oakridge Wednesday tonight. It’s now at 2,200 acres and 55 percent contained. Nearly 1000 crews are helping with those efforts. Crews say recent the rain has helped, but this year has been particularly dry, making it tough to fight fires. “The life fuel moisture and … Continue reading »

Volunteers to Clean Up Byway

ROSEBURG, Ore. – Residents in the Umpqua Basin can volunteer for this year’s National Lands Day. On September 12, residents can take part in the 13th Annual Volunteer Cow Creek Back Country Byway Clean-up. Volunteers should meet at the Island Creek Day Use Area along the Cow Creek Back Country Byway at 8:30 a.m. “We … Continue reading »

Memorial Held for Governor Atiyeh

SALEM, Ore. — Governor Kitzhaber ordered all flags at public institutions statewide to be lowered and flown at half-staff from sunrise to sunset Wednesday in honor of Victor Atiyeh, who served as Oregon governor from 1979 to 1987. A memorial for the former governor just took place Wednesday morning, in Salem at the capitol. A … Continue reading »

Donald Street Closures for Repaving

EUGENE, Ore. – Motorist should be prepared for the closure of a local road this week for repaving. Drivers on Donald Street from 46th Avenue to Fox Hollow Road should prepare for closed travel lanes and detours for the next several days during daytime construction hours. Paving work Wednesday through Friday will close Donald Street … Continue reading »

Eugene Makes List of Best Bike Cities

EUGENE, Ore. — It may be Tracktown USA, but people in Eugene love to bike, and it shows. The city comes in at number 15 on a list of America’s Best Bike Cities by Bicycling Magazine. Staff considered things like the number of miles of protected bike lanes clearly marked, roadways, and feedback from everyday … Continue reading »

Possible Data Breach at Home Depot

EUGENE, Ore. — Home Depot is investigating a possible data security breach. The company announced Monday that it’s partnering with banks and law enforcement to investigate “some unusual activity” related to customers. The company promises to alert customers if, in fact, their system was hacked.

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