May 21, 2013
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Salem-News.com (May-10-2013 17:44)
Occasional Raindrops Do Little to Address Drying StateSalem-News.com
More than 91 percent of Oregon is considered abnormally dry for this time of year.
When Oregonians can rototill their gardens in March, but then have to water their lawns all throughout April and May, you know it’s drier than usual.
Salem-News.com (May-10-2013 16:08)
22 Year Old Man Cited for Touching ChildrenSalem-News.com
Police want to remind the public to always report any suspicious persons and/or activities to law enforcement immediately.
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Salem Police Detectives have issued a criminal citation to a 22-year old Salem man for allegedly approaching children and attempting to touch them for sexual reasons.
Salem-News.com (May-09-2013 22:54)
Citizen Reports Cougar Sighting in Lake Oswego TodaySalem-News.com
As always, the police department asks that citizens report any sightings by calling 911.
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The Lake Oswego Police Department answered a call at about 6:45 a.m. today, from a resident in the 2800 block of Overlook in Lake Oswego, who reported a cougar sighting in the rear yard of the family home that opens into a large green space.
Salem-News.com (May-09-2013 16:22)
A Mother Lode of ScamsSalem-News.com
Mother’s day phishing emails top the list.
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Loving sons and daughters looking for thoughtful ways to show affection for moms this year should think twice before opening up hearts and wallets.
Salem-News.com (May-08-2013 20:23)
Richard Koenig vs Clackamas County YouTube VideoSalem-News.com
Most do not see or understand the paramount issue this really is and if the truth ever gets out, it will send shock waves throughout the country as well as Oregon.
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This was the last of the 3 Round Table meetings we attended before Richard Koenig's scheduled trial the 14th of this month, May 2013.
Salem-News.com (May-08-2013 18:36)
Legislature Approves Bill that Confirms Oregon is Weaning Itself From Coal PowerSalem-News.com
SB 242 restates the language applying the standard to out-of-state power...
The Oregon House today passed a bill that confirms a 2009 policy reducing the amount of coal in Oregon’s power supply. SB 242 was approved by a vote of 44-15.
Salem-News.com (May-08-2013 15:44)
Witnesses Sought- Investigation Into Marion County Sheriff`s Office Deputy-Involved ShootingSalem-News.com
Police are looking for witnesses
Oregon State Police (OSP) Detectives are requesting assistance from the public in locating a possible witness to the Officer Involved Shooting.
Salem-News.com (May-06-2013 20:55)
Oregon County`s Use of Stimulus Funds Under IG ScrutinyShelby Sebens | Northwest Watchdog
Officials with the inspector general’s office declined to comment directly on the story...
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Subcontractors who worked for Multnomah County misused stimulus money on a picnic, bowling alley rental fees and other mortgage-related costs, says a report by the U.S. Office of Inspector General.
Salem-News.com (May-06-2013 14:56)
Tow Company Offers Reward After Their Driver is Injured in Hit and RunSalem-News.com
$1000 Reward has been offered for the "Arrest and Conviction" of the responsible party.
There was a Hit & Run accident on Mission Street Sunday evening, where a tow truck driver who was loading a vehicle to be towed was struck by a passing vehicle, which then fled the area.
Salem-News.com (May-05-2013 12:29)
Integrity in Policing Yesterday and TodayDon Dupay Salem-News.com
What does it take to be a good police officer today? It starts and ends with honesty and integrity.
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Integrity is a signpost that sits at the fork in the road. One fork takes the high ground, bound by the officers sworn oath to “protect” and the US Constitution, which mandates police behavior.
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