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Monday November 9, 2009 - Times viewed: 7739
Father of seven children, ages 3 to 14, had been reported missing near Breitenbush Lake. A rescue team on snowmobiles called off their search Saturday night but resumed on Sunday when they found Mark Shaver, 43, of Eagle Creek and his children in good condition. Sixteen inches of snow had fallen around them and the family van was stuck. The sheriff's office says Shaver had extensive survival training and frequently camps with his children. Mark Shaver and his kids slept in the van for two nights until they were rescued unharmed early Sunday by the Marion County Sheriff's Office. The children included a 3-year-old and 5-year-old, and the oldest was 14. By the time rescuers reached the family, the snow was estimated to be more than 30 inches deep in some areas, according to Lt. Sheila Lorance, a spokeswoman for the sheriff's office. Shaver had no cell phone. But he and his family were otherwise well-prepared for two nights in the snow. "They had warm clothes," Lorance said. "They had food and shelter. They did some of the right things." Shaver is an experienced outdoorsman with wilderness survival training. It's not unusual for him to take the entire fami ...
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Sunday November 8, 2009 - Times viewed: 7789
Clackamas County is scheduled to open its H1N1 flu clinic Tuesday through Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. The plan is to distribute vaccine to those in priority groups. All forms of vaccine will be available on these days. The clinic is located at 168 Warner-Milne Road in Oregon City at Red Soils campus. The clinic will be located next to the OSU extension building and just across the entrance to Portland General Electric. They will accept walk-ins from the only. There is an effort to streamline the vaccination process, reduce traffic congestion and cut back on waiting periods. The clinic will issue time-stamped tickets. The World Health Organization's flu chief said the swine flu virus has now become the predominant flu strain worldwide. In some countries, swine flu accounts for up to 70 percent of the flu viruses being sampled, said Dr. Keiji Fukuda, WHO's top flu official. While most people recover from the illness without needing medical treatment, officials are also continuing to see severe cases in people under 65 ? people who are not usually at risk during regular flu seasons. "We remain quite concerned about the patterns that we're seeing," Fukuda s ...
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Saturday November 7, 2009 - Times viewed: 7820
SALEM, Oregon - Oregon State police arrested a for driving while drunk after he called 911 to report his marijuana ahad been stolen. However, the 911 dispatcher had trouble understand understanding him because he was vomiting as he was driving and attempting to explain what he wanted. Hoover told the 911 operator he was angry because someone had broken into his parked truck at a local tavern in Salem and taken an expensive jackeet, $400 in cash and some of his marijuana. Deputies drove to Hoover's home but couldn't locate him. Then Hoover called 911 once again to complain that deputies had not arrived. The 911 dispatcher had trouble understanding Hoover because he was driving and stopping several times to vomit. He was driving, upset that authorities were not working harder to recover his stuff. Deputies found Hoover's truck then Hoover himself who was walking nearby. He told officers he was looking for " .. the jerks stole my truck." He was arrested on the spot for driving under the influence. 21,000 people have Medical marijuana permits in Oregon. There was no immmediately suggesting that Hoover had such a medical permit. ...
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Friday November 6, 2009 - Times viewed: 7769
PORTLAND, Oregon - Detectives found the bodies of two adults and a child in Southeast Portland Thursday. It happened at the home on SE 123rd Avenue south of Stark Street. Police confirmed the discovery of three bodies at 10 a.m. Portland Police identified the three as 29-year-old Ceantwan Lorenzo Barr, 28-year-old Tameka Yvonne Medina, and 4-year-old Ashawn Medina-Barr. A man claiming to be a relative of one of the victims said the alleged shooter and his longtime girlfriend were going through a breakup. He said he thinks the shooting occurred days ago. The bodies were discovered Thursday when a family member gained entry to the rental house with the landlord. Detectives think the man shot the woman and the child then took his own life with a handgun found at the scene. A missing persons report was filed Wednesday night, but police said they did not have justification to enter the house. ...
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Thursday November 5, 2009 - Times viewed: 7959
Funds are available from for a conservation easements on nearly 300 acres of critical habitat near Salem — preserving and restoring rare oak savanna and prairie habitat and endangered species such as Fender's blue butterfly and Kincaid's lupine. BPA's $965,000 contribution meets part of its requirement under the Pacific Northwest Electric Power Planning and Conservation Act for mitigating the effects of its dams on wildlife and habitat. The easements restrict development and call for management of the property in perpetuity. In the Willamette Valley, it's just the beginning of BPA's influence on conservation. About 19,000 acres were affected by the six power-producing dams in the Willamette basin. BPA has funded about 6,200 acres of mitigation, said Dorie Welch of BPA. The most recent acquisitions protect some of the rarest habitats in the Willamette Valley. Oak woodlands, oak savanna and prairie, the majority of which are held by private landowners, are subject to the typical pressures of a populated fertile valley: conversion to agriculture or development. "Land use has changed over the last 10 to 15 years so we've seen land prices increase and population incr ...
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Wednesday November 4, 2009 - Times viewed: 7750
CLACKAMAS, Ore. -- While on top of his submerged truck near Carver, a driver called 911after he ran off the road and leeped over 140 feet into the Clackamas River. Clackamas County Sherif Detective Jim Strovink said it was " ..an incredible sight". "The nose of the truck was facing upriver and the cab was almost submerged, probably three-quarters of the way filled with water," The ODOT dump truck driver told dispatchers he blacked out while driving along Highway 224 and ended up flying some 140 feet into the river. He called 911 while sitting on his truck hood, partially submerged, waiting for help. " Trees along the highway probably slowed the vehicle down enough that it perhaps saved the driver's life," Strovink said. A marine rescue team from the Sheriff's Office reached the driver by boat and got him to shore by mid morning. There were apparently no serious injuries, Strovink said. The truck was as a Ford flatbed dump which was part of a fleet of Oregon Department of Transportation vehicles. ...
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Monday November 2, 2009 - Times viewed: 61409
SALEM, Oregon - Gay rights activists launched a campaign today to urge Oregonians to reverse their vote of five years ago and support same-sex marriage. Basic Rights Oregon, the state's largest gay rights group, aims to put on the Oregon ballot as early as 2012 an initiative asking voters to lift the constitutional ban on gay and lesbian marriage that passed in 2004. The goal is "to allow sam ...


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