Archive for category: Gas Prices

Local News – Siuslaw Awards – Florence First & Future First Citizens & Gas is on the rise
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Local News – Siuslaw Awards – Florence First & Future First Citizens & Gas is on the rise

January 1, 2014 11:07 pm Gas Prices, News

1 January 2013                                                                                                         1 Siuslaw Awards to be Announced January 13th Oregon Pacific Bank and Siuslaw Bank are the two nominees for this year’s Stu Johnston Business of the Year Award.  The award is given to the business that best demonstrates long term or significant business success; and has shown strong and active community involvement. […]

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Wyden Releases O&C Plan; Beach Monitoring; Gas down locally… up nationally
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Wyden Releases O&C Plan; Beach Monitoring; Gas down locally… up nationally

November 27, 2013 11:28 pm Gas Prices, News

27 November 2013 Senator Wants to Boost Logging in Western Oregon A long awaited plan that would just about double the amount of timber cut on some federally managed land in Western Oregon was unveiled yesterday at the State Capitol.  U.S. Senator Ron Wyden, with Governor John Kitzhaber and several others by his side, announced […]

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Drug testing to begin; Cost of driving goes down; Going green
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Drug testing to begin; Cost of driving goes down; Going green

November 13, 2013 11:41 pm Gas Prices, News

13 November 2013 Raising the Drug Awareness Bar Drug testing of Siuslaw High School students involved in extra-curricular activities could begin as early as next week. The Siuslaw School Board approved a policy earlier this fall requiring baseline testing, and random screening of students involved in inter-scholastic activities such as athletics, music and speech. Since […]

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New Fire Chief; Gas Prices Tumble; Hospice and End of Life Decisions
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New Fire Chief; Gas Prices Tumble; Hospice and End of Life Decisions

November 6, 2013 11:46 pm Gas Prices, News

6 November 2013 New Fire Boss Set to Start Later This Month The new fire chief at Siuslaw Valley Fire and Rescue will officially start on the job November 18th.  Jim Langborg was in town this week scoping out housing… and getting a feel for the community… as well as the agency itself. Jim Langborg […]

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Cover Oregon woes could mean delay; Gas prices down; Studded tires and Halloween hazards
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Cover Oregon woes could mean delay; Gas prices down; Studded tires and Halloween hazards

October 30, 2013 10:43 pm Gas Prices, News

30 October 2013 Cover Oregon woes could mean delays for Oregonians Problems plaguing Oregon’s new health insurance exchange are leading to concerns that some of the most vulnerable Oregonians may face a break in coverage if they don’t enroll by a December 15 deadline. A month in, the state has received just 4,260 paper applications […]

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Betz to Lead Statewide Organization; Gas Prices Way Below 2012; Great Pumpkin Giveaway… the Original.
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Betz to Lead Statewide Organization; Gas Prices Way Below 2012; Great Pumpkin Giveaway… the Original.

October 23, 2013 10:55 pm Gas Prices, News

23 October 2013 Betz to lead statewide group Florence’s City Manager will expand her responsibilities over the next two years to include leading a statewide organization.  Jacque Betz was recently named the President-Elect of the Oregon City-County Management Association.  Her term begins in January 2015 and Mayor Nola Xavier says it’s not only an honor […]

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Sign and Banner Explosion; Gas Prices Drop with a Wrinkle; Sex Offender-Parole Violator Apprehended; American Bridge Closing
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Sign and Banner Explosion; Gas Prices Drop with a Wrinkle; Sex Offender-Parole Violator Apprehended; American Bridge Closing

October 16, 2013 10:27 pm Gas Prices, News

16 October 2013 Signs and Banners in the City A recent explosion in the number of temporary signs and banners at businesses in Florence has prompted officials to begin a discussion on just what is and what is not legal. City Manager Jacque Betz said “polite” enforcement efforts have met with resistance. Jacque Betz – […]

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Domestic Violence Awareness; Bozievich Runs Again; Gas Prices Ease; Old Town Parking
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Domestic Violence Awareness; Bozievich Runs Again; Gas Prices Ease; Old Town Parking

September 25, 2013 10:33 pm Gas Prices, News

Local Group Puts Out a Call to Men A march in Old Town Florence Sunday afternoon is intended to shine a light in what more and more people are seeing as a very dark place in our society.  David Wiegan with Siuslaw Outreach Services says Domestic violence remains a very serious problem. David Wiegan – […]

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Port to Discuss Comm’l Fleet; 1 Holiday Highway Death; Gas Holds Steady; Wave Power Hits Snag
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Port to Discuss Comm’l Fleet; 1 Holiday Highway Death; Gas Holds Steady; Wave Power Hits Snag

September 4, 2013 10:19 pm Gas Prices, News

4 September 2013 Port Commission to Discuss Commercial Fleet Port of Siuslaw Commissioners will hold a special work session tomorrow evening to discuss plans to revitalize the local commercial fishing fleet.  Newly elected commissioner Jay Cable introduced an action plan to rebuild the fleet in July.  Discussion was tabled at the time, but it came […]

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Two Decades of Discovery; Fire Weather Turning Hotter; Gas Prices Turn Down and Lane County Sheriff Reaches Out
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Two Decades of Discovery; Fire Weather Turning Hotter; Gas Prices Turn Down and Lane County Sheriff Reaches Out

August 14, 2013 10:43 pm Gas Prices, News

14 August 2013 Two Decades of Discovery 20 years ago the City of Reedsport and a local non-profit group combined to open a center aimed at presenting the history of the area.  It was part of an effort to promote economic diversity in the area. The Umpqua Discovery Center has since grown to become a […]

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