Tom Haig

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Name: Tom Haig
Date registered: October 25, 2013

Latest posts

  1. Amber Alert for Kennewick Girl — December 5, 2013
  2. Holiday DUII Total: 22 — December 1, 2013
  3. DUII Suspect Aggravates I-5 Drivers — December 1, 2013
  4. Dexter Power Blocked due to Copper Thief — November 7, 2013
  5. U of O Chemists Play to the Crowd — October 31, 2013

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  1. DUII Suspect Aggravates I-5 Drivers — 2 comments
  2. Dexter Power Blocked due to Copper Thief — 1 comment
  3. Holiday DUII Total: 22 — 1 comment

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Amber Alert for Kennewick Girl

KENNEWICK, Wash. — An Amber Alert has been issued for a 14 year-old girl last seen in Kennewick, Wash. who police believe may be traveling through Oregon. Police say Ellizabeth Romero was seen yesterday getting into a vehicle believed to be driven by 19 year-old Edwardo Flores Rosales. Romero is 5’3″, 130 pounds with brown … Continue reading »

Holiday DUII Total: 22

EPD says they arrested 22 DUII suspects between Thursday night and early Saturday morning. 11 of the arrests took place during their enhanced enforcement period just after the Civil War football game Friday night at Autzen Stadium. Several people were also arrested for reckless driving, but fortunately there were no serious injuries. EPD partnered with … Continue reading »

DUII Suspect Aggravates I-5 Drivers

ROSEBURG, Ore. — A Eugene woman is in jail on suspicion of DUII after police responded to eight driving complaints about someone driving erratically on I-5 north of Roseburg. Troopers say 34 year-old Terra McCormick was driving more than 100 mph yesterday afternoon and executing some of the most reckless maneuvers they had ever seen. … Continue reading »

Dexter Power Blocked due to Copper Thief

DEXTER, Ore. — CenturyLink say it’s experiencing service outages in the Dexter area due to copper theft. This is an ongoing issue for the company. The company says 9-1-1 services, telephone and Internet connections are currently affected. Dexter residents who have an emergency should go to the nearest fire station or use a cell phone … Continue reading »

U of O Chemists Play to the Crowd

EUGENE, Ore. – ¬†Halloween decorations are everywhere and at the University of Oregon they’re dropping out of the sky. Student affiliates of The American Chemical Society put pumpkins to the test, dropping them from three stories high. Students conducted experiments that included dropping both frozen and unfrozen pumpkins and recording the splatter patterns. According to … Continue reading »