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OLCC to host marijuana labeling workshops

Salem, Ore.– The Oregon Liquor Control Commission will provide a series of workshops across the state of Oregon to provide recreational marijuana licensees and medical marijuana registrants information on new guidelines for recreational and medical marijuana packaging and labeling, as well as a pre-approval process and new electronic application system that will be available...
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(Another) Klamath County inmate files lawsuit

Klamath Falls, Ore.– The latest inmate lawsuit filed against Klamath County is an all-inclusive claim that fingers every single staff and administrative worker at the Klamath County Jail. Heath Allen Saunders is behind bars waiting for trial on burglary, theft, and weapons charges. The toilet in his cell leaks, and he claims he’s been...
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Oregon #1 for road trips in the US

Klamath Falls, Ore.– If a road trip is a part of your summer plans… you’re not alone. 56-percent of Americans who plan to travel this summer… will do so by car. A big reason we’re excited about road trips is lower gas prices… and Oregon is the best place to go when planning that...
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Meeting to discuss possible transportation hub in Oregon

Ontario, Ore.—A meeting will be held on Tuesday, June 28th at 8:00 a.m. (MDT) at Treasure Valley Community College (650 College Blvd, Weese Building, Room 110, Ontario) for the purpose of discussing the possibility of establishing a Regional Intermodal Transportation “Hub” in the Ontario/Nyssa/Vale area. Malheur County Economic Development Director, Greg Smith, will discuss...
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Medford finds homes that may have lead pipes

Medford, Ore.– The Medford Water Commission is testing water quality at 15 homes after an inspection of water meters found that the houses could have lead pipes. The Medford Tribune reports that inspectors looked at more than 300 water meters in the city, and have started excavating streets around those homes to search for...
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OSP breaks ground on fallen officer memorial

Flag Day, June 14, 2016, was celebrated with the groundbreaking for the long awaited Oregon State Police Fallen Trooper Memorial. The memorial is located in front of the Public Service Building on the Capitol Mall. The groundbreaking was organized by White Oak Construction, the company chosen to construct the memorial. Oregon State Police (OSP)...
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Two die in Highway 97 accident

La Pine, Ore.– A 10-year old Idaho girl was one of two people who died in a head-on wreck last night on Highway 97 south of La Pine. The girl was a passenger in a car with her parents and 8-year old brother… when an on-coming car crossed the center line and hit the...
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Oregon lawmakers consider increase in bottle deposits

Salem, Ore.- State lawmakers are hoping that a hike in the bottle deposits will encourage more of us to recycle. For at least the past three years… less than 80-percent of bottles are being recycled and the 5-cent per bottle deposits returned the when the containers are taken to recycling centers. Next month… lawmakers could...
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One life-flighted following rollover wreck on 140E

Klamath Falls, Ore.– At least one person was seriously injured in a single car accident on Highway 140 East between Dairy and Klamath Falls yesterday morning. The wreck was first reported shortly after 6 Sunday morning near the intersection with North Poe Valley Road. According to scanner traffic… at least one person was ejected...
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Ashland Woman Dies in Highway 66 Accident

Ashland, Ore.– An Ashland woman died in an accident Friday afternoon along Highway 66. Oregon State Police say 27-year old Lauryl J. Lockwood was headed toward Ashland when she missed a turn in the road, and rolled her sedan in a field. She was thrown from the car and died at the scene. (Photo:...
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