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Salem-News.com (Jul-19-2015 00:55)

Polk County Deputy Saved From Burning Car

The Deputy and the driver of the other vehicle were injured during the crash

(DALLAS, Ore. ) - Polk county deputy Deputy Shon Latty was responding to assist an Independence Police Officer who had called over the radio for help as the Officer was actively fighting with someone. While heading to the call, Deputy Latty was leaving the city of Dallas on Monmouth Cutofff Rd with his lights and siren going.

At about 12:07 p.m. Deputy Latty was approaching Godsey Rd when Deputy Latty's vehicle collided with another vehicle.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-17-2015 22:59)

Details Released in Carlton Double-Fatal Crash Investigation

Investigation of this tragic accident continues.

(McMINNVILLE, Ore.) - car crash The July 8th double fatal two-car crash that occurred at the intersection of Meadowlake Road and Westside Road in rural Carlton remains under investigation by the Multi Agency Traffic Team.

The investigation to this point indicates the following:

Jacob Ryan Coshow and Shantel Louise Fugere, each 20 years of age, were in a 1996 Mazda Miata that was travelling east on Meadowlake Road...

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Salem-News.com (Jul-14-2015 17:37)

Statement by the President of the United States on Iran Agreement

The President of the United States announced a negotiated agreement with Iran today.

(WASHINGTON, DC) - President Barack Obama THE PRESIDENT: Today, after two years of negotiations, the United States, together with our international partners, has achieved something that decades of animosity has not -- a comprehensive, long-term deal with Iran that will prevent it from obtaining a nuclear weapon.

This deal demonstrates that American diplomacy can bring about real and meaningful change -- change that makes our country, and the world, safer and more secure.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-14-2015 16:18)

Leaburg Hydroelectric Project Historic District listed in the National Register of Historic Places

The powerhouse was designed by Ellis Lawrence, founder of the UO school of architecture.

(LANE COUNTY, Ore.) - Leaburg Hydroelectric Project Historic District The Leaburg Hydroelectric Project Historic District in Lane County is among Oregon's latest entries in the National Register of Historic Places.

The Leaburg Hydroelectric Project was put into service in January 1930 and continues to generate electric power as part of the Eugene Water & Electric Board system, a municipally owned utility located in Lane County, Oregon.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-14-2015 15:08)

MCSO Cold Case Squad Seeks Public`s Help with Homicide Investigation From 1986

Help solve a murder nearly 29 years old....if you can.

(SALEM, Ore.) - tattoo The Marion County Sheriff's Office, Cold Case Squad, is requesting the public's help in identifying a Hispanic male, whose decomposing body was found by fishermen in the area of Horseshoe Lake, near St. Paul, Oregon on October 25, 1986. The Oregon State Medical Examiner determined that this death was a homicide.

The victim is believed to have been young, perhaps 20 to 30 years old, approximately 5' 4" tall with a slender to medium build.

Most importantly, the victim possessed numerous distinctive tattoos...

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Salem-News.com (Jul-10-2015 11:40)

Get Up Close and Personal to the Moon and Stars at the Star Party

The public is invited to join Nightsky 45, an astronomy club, at Legacy Estate Vineyard to see the stars up close...

(RICKREALL, Ore.) - Legacy vineyards Eola Hills Wine Cellars invites the public to view the stars at its Legacy Estate Vineyard in Salem (located at 1600 Oak Grove Rd) on the evening of Friday, July 17.

Members of the Salem-based astronomy club, Nightsky 45, will be on hand with their telescopes and knowledge about features visible in the night sky - from the moon to familiar constellations named after months of the Zodiac.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-09-2015 15:20)

710 Festival Bursts Its Seams and Moves to Keizer

July 10 (710) is a fairly new "holiday" for pro-cannabis supporters.

(SALEM, Ore.) - 710 Festival There's a hot cannabis event hitting the Willamette Valley this Friday. The event had its launch a year ago in a field in Turner, Oregon, and the response has grown so fast that it has been relocated to Keizer, Oregon, at the PGN Lodge.

The "710" festival is scheduled to begin Friday July 10th at 10:00 am, running through 11pm at PGN Lodge (patient growers network) located on 4090 cherry Ave. NE, Keizer, Oregon.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2015 19:30)

Oregon: Corner Creek Fire Update

A "full-suppression strategy" for the Corner Creek Fire includes operations in the Black Canyon Wilderness.

(PRINEVILLE, Ore.) - Corner Creek Fire The Corner Creek Fire grew slightly to 27,166 acres on Monday due to fire line relocation and burnout operations along the fire's western flank. Despite some gusty winds to 30 mph late Monday afternoon, the Corner Creek Fire stayed within containment lines.

The fire is 15 percent contained and 1,100 people are assigned to the suppression effort.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2015 18:53)

Man Rescued After 26 Foot Fall at Three Pools Park

Mason was taken to the Salem Hospital with serious injuries.

(MARION COUNTY, Ore.) - Rescue from Three Pools Rescuers worked for nearly two hours to recover 26-year old Mason Young, of Salem after he attempted a back flip off of the rocks, fell some 26 feet and missed the water at Three Pools Recreation Area.

Mason was originally assisted by bystanders and then later by Fire and Law Enforcement personnel from seven different jurisdictions.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-07-2015 01:21)

Salem Streetlight Fee Begins: New $2.80 Charge Coming on August Utility Bills

Fernandez said city officials are reluctant to ask residents to pay more (than $2.80/month) at this time.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Salem Oregon tax Salem residents will notice an increase in their city utility bills next month, but the rising cost has nothing to do with water or sewer service. Instead, it's the city's solution to pay for lighted streets.

Starting in August, the city's new streetlight fee will appear on water and sewer bills.

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