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Oracle, Oregon, Battle Over Use of Kitzhaber Emails

Salem, Ore.–  Oracle wants access to former Oregon Governor John Kitzhaber’s emails. A Marion County judge is mulling over the request, which state officials say Oracle shouldn’t be able to use in their court battle over who’s to blame for the failure of the state’s Cover Oregon insurance website. Attorneys for John Kitzhaber says...
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Trial for Cedarville Rancheria Murder Suspect Moved

Alturas, Calif.–  The murder trial for a woman accused of shooting and stabbing four people at the Cedarville Rancheria Tribal office will be moved outside of Modoc County. District Attorney Jordan Funk tells the Modoc Record that no trial date has been set, but that the trial will take place in Roseville, in Placer...
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Governor Recognizes POW/MIA Day

Salem, Ore.– To honor and remember American military prisoners of war and those missing in action, Governor Kate Brown has proclaimed Friday, September 18 to be “POW-MIA Recognition Day” in Oregon. The proclamation honors the service and sacrifice of military personnel who have been captured and held as prisoners of war as well as...
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Where Should Klamath Falls Display an F-15?

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Klamath Falls officials want to know where you think an F-15 fighter jet should be displayed. The Air Force has offered to give the city a decommissioned jet for display, to highlight its partnership with Kingsley Field. City officials have posted a poll on its Open City Hall website to find...
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Chiloquin Stalls on Dispensary Rules

Klamath Falls, Ore.– Chiloquin city council members aren’t quite sure yet exactly how they want to go about setting rules and regulations for marijuana dispensaries. So, they’ve decided to hold a workshop session again tomorrow to muddle through their options. If council members and city officials are able to work through the issues, they...
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Klamath Falls Man Arrested After Chase

Klamath Falls, Ore.– An attempt to stop a stolen car led to a car chase yesterday afternoon. According to the Klamath County Sheriff’s office… deputies spotted a green plymouth neon that had been reported stolen earlier… and tried stopping the car. But the driver took off, eventually putting the car into a ditch on...
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Oregon Tied for 23rd in Domestic Violence-Related Deaths

Klamath Falls, Ore.–  Oregon ranks 23rd… tied  with Minnesota toward the bottom of the list of states with the highest rates of women killed at the hands of men. According to the latest report released today by the Violence Policy Center, 16 women were murdered by males in Oregon in 20-13, the most recent year...
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Warner Creek Celebrates 10 Years

Lakeview, Ore.– In a ceremony last Thursday, Sept. 10, staff and community members celebrated the tenth anniversary of Warner Creek Correctional Facility in Lakeview. The day opened with a flag ceremony by the Department of Corrections Honor Guard, followed by remarks from Superintendent Steve Brown, former Lake County Commissioner Kit Collins, DOC Deputy Director...
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More Jobs, More Unemployed in Oregon

Salem, Ore.– Oregon employers added another 44-hundred jobs to the payroll last month… but the added jobs did nothing to better the state’s unemployment rate. According to number released today by the Oregon Employment Department… August’s unemployment rate was 6.1 percent… up two percentage points from July… but still lower than it was last year at this time....
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Lawmaker Considers Bill to Ban Tax-payer-Funded Sex Change for Teens

Salem, Ore,– Late last year, the Oregon Health Authority’s Health Evidence Review Commission adopted a policy allowing children 15 years and older to access gender reassignment surgery. This surgery – as well as cross-hormone therapy and puberty-suppressing drugs – are available and would be paid for by taxpayers through the Oregon Health Plan. What’s...
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