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Rollover near Wagontire

Wagontire, Ore. – One person was injured and approximately ten cattle died as the result of a rollover traffic crash Wednesday afternoon involving a truck pulling a trailer loaded with cattle along Highway 395 about one mile north of Wagontire in Harney County.  According to Sergeant Brian Williams, on January 15, 2014 at approximately 12:33 p.m., a...
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Single vehicle fatal accident near Chiloquin

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Oregon State Police (OSP) is continuing the investigation into the cause of an early Thursday morning single vehicle fatal traffic crash along Highway 97 near Chiloquin in Klamath County. The crash resulted in the death of an elderly man whose name is withheld pending confirmation of next of kin notifications. ...
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Injury accident near Summers Lake

Summers Lake, Ore. – A Salem man received minor injuries Thursday morning after losing control of his pickup and rolling onto its top on an icy stretch of Highway 31 about 8 miles southeast of Summer Lake in Lake County.  According to Senior Trooper Jason Hansen, on January 16, 2014 at approximately 8:50 a.m., a 2010 Dodge...
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OLCC measure

Salem, Ore. –  (AP) A bill to maintain Oregon’s state liquor monopoly but allow sales in large grocery stores has some legislators worried. The measure comes from the Oregon Liquor Control Commission. It’s billed as a hybrid that doesn’t go as far the privatization that grocery chains want. The grocers are working on a...
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Coyote killing contest this weekend

BEND, Ore. (AP) — A coyote killing contest is scheduled this weekend in Eastern Oregon. The Bend Bulletin reports the event near Burns is called the JMK Coyote Hunt, and this year’s event is the eighth. Last year, 20 teams of hunters killed nearly 150 coyotes. Oregon doesn’t regulate coyote hunting. Sponsors say contests...
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Lawmakers grill Cover Oregon

SALEM, Ore. (AP) — State lawmakers grilled the leader of Oregon’s troubled health insurance exchange about whether Cover Oregon’s technology and reputation can ever recover from widespread problems with its online enrollment system. Several Republican lawmakers asked if it’s time to drop Cover Oregon and have the federal government run Oregon’s exchange instead, as it does for 36 other states. Cover Oregon’s acting...
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Local company aides in search

BOISE, Idaho (AP) — The bodies of all five victims of a December plane crash have been recovered from the mountains of central Idaho. Valley County Coroner Nathan Hess tells the Idaho Statesman that the last of the victims was recovered Wednesday afternoon. The wreckage from the Dec. 1 crash was located Friday by...
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Blood drive today

Klamath Falls, Ore. – The American Red Cross Bloodmobile will be at the Human Bean Coffee stand on Washburn Way today from 10-2p, the Red Cross’s need for blood is at a peak right now, as donations are low.
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H1N1 outbreak

Yreka, Ca. – There have been 72 individuals presenting at Dignity Health/Mercy Mt. Shasta’s emergency department over the last month with influenza like illnesses. Fairchild Medical Center reports 100 individuals presented at their emergency department in the last two weeks with influenza like illnesses.  Unfortunately, Siskiyou County has had four deaths from influenza including...
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Klamath Ag Day

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Yesterday’s Klamath Ag Day, proved to be very informative for area farmers and ranchers. The day started with a Beef Quality Assurance certification program. One attendee said it was real good information, very common sense information. That was followed by the RMA regional agent Dave Paul speaking on crop insurance....
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