Archive for category: Gas Prices

Grand Jury rules December 23rd shooting as justified
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Grand Jury rules December 23rd shooting as justified

January 13, 2015 11:46 pm Gas Prices, News

13 January 2015 December 23rd shooting justified says grand jury A Douglas County grand jury has found a Reedsport Police officer was justified in shooting a Roseburg man December 23rd. 55-year old Robert J. Jenkins of Roseburg suffered from schizophrenia and had stopped taking his medication according to authorities. He was the driver of a […]

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Heceta Head Slide to Disrupt Travel For Weeks
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Heceta Head Slide to Disrupt Travel For Weeks

December 23, 2014 11:48 pm Gas Prices, News

23 December 2014 Heceta Slide To Restrict Travel Travelers headed north from Florence on Highway 101 will be facing delays of up to 20-minutes just north of Heceta Head due to damage caused by heavy rains over last weekend. Rick Little – “It’s probably going to be one lane of flagged travel for a month […]

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Search for possible jumper fail to find anything
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Search for possible jumper fail to find anything

November 12, 2014 11:53 pm Gas Prices, News

12 November 2014 Tuesday night search yields no results The report of a man jumping from the Highway 101 bridge into the Siuslaw River last night just after six pm prompted a full response from local emergency agencies. A 9-1-1 call was received at 6:15 from a Bay Street restaurant advising of a suicidal subject. […]

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New Principal “Excited” About School Year
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New Principal “Excited” About School Year

August 13, 2014 11:44 pm Gas Prices, News

13 August 2014 Back to school soon! Three weeks from today will be the first full day of classes at Siuslaw High School. When students begin arriving the day before that, Principal Kerri Tatum will be ready to greet them. Kerri Tatum – “I am really excited.” After coming to Florence last year to be […]

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Not Our First Rhody-Oh!
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Not Our First Rhody-Oh!

April 23, 2014 10:50 pm Gas Prices, News

23 April 2014 Rhody Grand Marshall Announced Things will have a decidedly “western” slant during the 107th annual Rhododendron Festival next month.  Chamber Executive Director Cal Applebee says the theme this year is a play on words. Cal Applebee – “Not our first Rhody-Oh!” And, keeping with the western theme:  The Grand Marshall… Cal Applebee […]

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Quake and Tsunami Closer Than You Think
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Quake and Tsunami Closer Than You Think

April 9, 2014 10:35 pm Gas Prices, News

9 April 2014 It’s closer than you think… It may be six-thousand miles from Oregon to Chile, but that 8.2 magnitude earthquake; followed by more than 100 aftershocks; that happened off the Chilean coast last week is much closer to home than you may think. Joan Edwards, the education and outreach coordinator for a local […]

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Local News – LCSO Contract Talks – Siuslaw Interpretive – Gas Prices Steady – Siuslaw Bridge Closures
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Local News – LCSO Contract Talks – Siuslaw Interpretive – Gas Prices Steady – Siuslaw Bridge Closures

March 27, 2014 10:07 pm Gas Prices, News

Contract Talks in Gridlock for Sheriff’s Deputies After nearly a year of negotiation and mediation, it looks as if a contract dispute between Lane County and the union representing Sheriff’s Deputies is headed to arbitration. Both sides submitted their final offers and this week Deputies said they would budge no further. The differences boil down […]

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2014 Election Shaping Up
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2014 Election Shaping Up

March 12, 2014 10:35 pm Gas Prices, News

12 March 2014 2014 election takes shape after filing deadline The 2014 election took much clearer shape Tuesday as the deadline passed for people seeking office to declare their intentions. In Lane County, West Lane Commissioner Jay Bozievich will face Dawn Lesley in the primary.  If neither candidate wins a clear majority in that race, […]

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There Will Be Rain…
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There Will Be Rain…

March 5, 2014 11:38 pm Gas Prices, News

5 March 2014 High Wind Warning In Effect The rain will be plentiful… and could cause problems around western Oregon over the next few days. National Weather Service forecasters says a series of storms will pummel the Oregon Coast, bringing one-to-two-inches of rain through tonight and up to three times that amount in the Coast […]

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Manhunt prompts school lockdown
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Manhunt prompts school lockdown

February 26, 2014 11:46 pm Gas Prices, News

26 February 2014 Manhunt Prompts School Lockdown It looked far worse that it actually was.  Police stopped a vehicle a block away from Siuslaw Elementary School yesterday morning when they recognized a passenger in the vehicle as being wanted for parole violation.  Siuslaw Schools Superintendent Shawn Wiencek said schools were quickly locked down when it […]

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