Marc Mills

Sunriver Chief Charged With Harassment

The Police Chief of Sunriver has been charged with harassment.  The Deschutes County District Attorney says he’s charged Chief Marc Mills with misdemeanor harassment for allegedly shoving a police sergeant last month, which caused him to hit his head against a wall. Mills has been on paid administrative leave the incident. The DA is...
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Klamath Falls Man Faces Measure 11 Charges

A Klamath Falls man is charged with Measure 11 assault for allegedly paddling his kids hard enough to hurt them. Henry Alog Antonio was arrested Tuesday for the September incidents in which police say he used a paddle on his two sons, who are 10 and 14, with enough force to injure them. He’s...
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ODFW Needs Volunteers for Fishing Study

If you have a flexible schedule, love to fish and chat with other anglers, ODFW has a volunteer opportunity for you. “We need volunteers to informally interview winter steelhead anglers on the North and South Umpqua rivers. Volunteers can work a very flexible schedule and will be stationed at boat ramps in Canyonville and...
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Shasta County Sheriff Seeks Armed and Dangerous Man

Police in Northern California are on the lookout for a suspect who is considered armed and dangerous. The Shasta County Sheriff’s Office said Adrian Miles Bolayog was involved in a home invasion robbery reported on December 30 in Lakehead, California. Adrian Bolayog is facing numerous charges, including torture, kidnapping, robbery, and battery. He is...
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Running Y’s Apatite Restaurant Closes

Running Y Properties is announcing the closure of Apatite Restaurant, A Running Y Restaurant effective immediately January 3rd, 2018. Apatite has been open since August 1st, 2017. The meeting space and function space will still be available for rent and use. Please contact Running Y Properties for details at 541.850.5599. Any gift cards or...
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Bottle Bill

Bottle Bill Expands

The newly expanded Bottle Bill has begun. The refund value on approved containers in Oregon is now 10 cents, regardless of what is written on the label.  House Bill 3145 amended the Bottle Bill to add all beverages except wine, liquor, dairy or plant-based milk, meal replacement beverages, and infant formula to the Bottle Bill beginning Jan. 1, 2018.    ...
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New Laws For Drivers

There are several new laws for Oregon Drivers that began on January 1. If you are in an accident, you will not need to report a fender bender if the damage is under $2,500. This is an increase from the $1,500 threshold that had been in place since 2004.  But you must still report...
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Stagnant Air Through Wednesday

A stagnant weather pattern has brought poor ventilation conditions to the Klamath basin. Due to this stagnant weather pattern, the National Weather Service In Medford Has Issued Air Stagnation Advisory Until 12:00 Pm Wednesday. We have a Yellow air quality advisory from noon today Tuesday January 2nd, until Noon tomorrow Wednesday January 3rd. The Yellow advisory call means:   1.    Only certified...
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Former Kindergarten Volunteered Charged With Abusing Second Victim

Detectives have identified a second victim in the case of a former classroom volunteer charged with sexually abusing a kindergarten student. Jerry Duane Lodge, 72, of the 700-block of Crater Lake Avenue, has been lodged in the Jackson County Jail since detectives arrested him on December 8, 2017.  A grand jury indicted Lodge on...
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Oregon Tech Reveals Plans For New Softball Field

The Oregon Tech Softball Field will be renovated next Fall. Plans include a new turf field, new bull pens, new wrap around bleachers with a press box, improved walkways, and a new field house that will include concessions, restrooms, and a team room. Construction is expected to start when the season ends in May and...
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