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Bend Memorial Clinic Joins Seattle Cancer Care Alliance Affiliate Network
Hubbard, oregon
Bend Memorial Clinic (BMC) has joined the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance (SCCA) Network to become its tenth affiliate in the greater Northwest. The affiliation will expand local access to cancer treatment options and help foster advances in cancer care.
April 10 2014
Health gap persists in Central Oregon
Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) - New data on smoking rates, obesity, poverty and other health factors highlight the large health gap among Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, a Princeton, N.J.-based health care research organization, released its fifth annual county health rankings late last month. ...
April 07 2014
Health gap persists in Central Oregon - (Eds: An AP Member Exchange )
Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) _ New data on smoking rates, obesity, poverty and other health factors highlight the large health gap among Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson counties.
April 07 2014
Decades-old 'slasher' case returns to courtroom
Oregon
Coquille, Ore. -- (The World) One of the most shocking crimes perpetrated in Coos County took place in North Bend 21 years ago. On Friday, the man who pled guilty to that crime as a teenager was back in a Coos County courtroom as an adult. He was hoping to improve his chances of getting out of prison on parole in the near, rather than distant, future. The case of Jason Ray Dizick continues to ...
April 01 2014
Author asks judge to reconsider ruling
Bend, Oregon
Freelancer -- Ann Rule’s attorney has filed a motion requesting that a judge reconsider last month’s decision to dismiss Rule’s defamation case against an Eagle Creek man who penned a scathing newspaper article about the revered true-crime author. Attorney Anne Bremner on March 6 filed the motion requesting King County Superior Court ...
March 21 2014
Home health cuts to hit harder in rural Oregon
Oregon
BEND — Advocates for the home health care industry say the 14 percent cut in Medicare payments it will see over the next four years is unprecedented and could result in a loss of services for thousands of homebound seniors and disabled individuals in Oregon.
March 14 2014
Grand jury indicts man in fatal Oregon shooting
Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - A grand jury has indicted a 35-year-old former professional mixed martial arts fighter on a murder count in the fatal January shooting of an unarmed man after a Springfield, Ore., traffic crash. Gerald Strebendt of Springfield was arrested Thursday evening in the Jan. 29 ...
March 08 2014
Highlights: N.D. hospital and abortion docs; Calif. sugary beverage bill; aging home care workers i
Bend, oregon
A Democratic candidate who has explicitly defended Obamacare holds a slight lead in a special congressional election in Florida that both parties are eyeing as a test of the political impact of the healthcare law. A poll released Thursday by the Tampa Bay Times shows Democrat Alex Sink leading her Republican opponent, David Jolly, 42% to 35% among people considered likely to vote in the March 11 ...
February 19 2014
E-cigarettes are gaining in popularity, and agencies are rushing to regulate their use
Oregon
(The World Link) — NORTH BEND -- The haze shrouding e-cigarettes has thickened in recent months. So much so that the Coos County Public Health Department released a position statement on e-cigarettes last week. "Stephen (Brown, tobacco prevention program coordinator) had been getting inquiries about it," said Nikki Zogg, department ...
January 26 2014
1 of 4 burned in Ore. warming fire dies
Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) — A central Oregon sheriff's officer says one of four people burned when gasoline was poured on a weekend warming fire has died of his injuries. KTVZ-TV reports (http://is.gd/FR8sTT ) Deschutes County sheriff's Sgt. Mark Eggert said Tuesday that 56-year-old Donald Pierce of Sisters died at a Portland hospital burn unit. Eggert did not identify the other victims, two of whom ...
January 22 2014
Bend-La Pine, Redmond HS get big career-ed grants
Oregon
In a major expansion of career readiness investment, 140 Oregon middle schools and high schools (including ones in Bend-La Pine, Redmond) will share in Career and Technical Education Revitalization Grants totaling $8.87 million, state officials said Tuesday.
January 18 2014
McGuffin to Finish Out Murder Sentence
Oregon
NORTH BEND, Ore. — A Coos County man accused of murder will finish out his sentence. The Oregon Court of Appeals released that decision, affirming the conviction of Nicholas James McGuffin. McGuffin was convicted in 2011 for manslaughter in the first degree for the death of Leah Freeman. Freeman was 15 years old when she … Continue reading »
December 18 2013
Oregon health exchange fails to register single person for coverage
Bend, oregon
Despite grand ambitions, an early start, millions of dollars from the federal government and a tech-savvy population, Oregon's online enrollment system still isn't ready more than a month after it was supposed to go live.
December 01 2013
Not one enrollee: Oregon health website having biggest problem
Bend, oregon
With all the problems facing the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a progressive state that has enthusiastically embraced the federal law but has so far failed to enroll a single person in coverage through the state's insurance exchange.
December 01 2013
Once considered a leader, Oregon's insurance exchange still hasn't enrolled anyone
Bend, oregon
PORTLAND, Ore. — With all the problems facing the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a progressive state that has enthusiastically embraced the federal law but has so far failed to enroll a single person in coverage through the state's insurance exchange.
December 01 2013
Cover Ore. has 18,000 applications, 0 enrolled
Bend, oregon
PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — With all the problems facing the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a progressive state that has enthusiastically embraced the federal law but has so far failed to enroll a single person in coverage through the state's insurance exchange. Despite grand ambitions, an early start ...
December 01 2013
Oregon residents demand answers over failure of state's ObamaCare website
Bend, oregon
As Oregon reels from a failed launch of the state’s health care exchange website, people demand answers.
December 01 2013
Once a leader, Oregon exchange struggles
Bend, oregon
With all the problems facing the rollout of President Barack Obama's health care overhaul, nowhere is the situation worse or more surprising than in Oregon, a progressive state that has enthusiastically ...
December 01 2013
Shot-fired report sparks standoff east of Bend
Oregon
A domestic dispute in which an 80-year-old man fired a shot brought Deschutes County sheriff’s deputies and police to a home east of Bend Friday night, where a standoff ensued. They later learned the man had shot himself, and he eventually agreed to come out and was taken to the hospital, deputies said.
November 30 2013
Passenger injured in small plane crash along coast
Florence, oregon
COOS BAY, Ore. (AP) — Authorities say the pilot of a small plane that crash-landed in the Oregon Dunes National Recreation area was not injured, but his 73-year-old passenger was airlifted to a hospital in Eugene. The Coos County Sheriff's Office says 53-year-old Ron Schick of North Bend had to put the plane down Sunday afternoon after losing power and couldn't reach the flat stretch he was ...
November 30 2013
From Del Norte to U.S. Senate?
California
Jason Conger lost one race, for CC Council His political career began with a failed run for the Crescent City Council. Now Jason Conger, an Oregon state representative from Bend, is running for the U.S. Senate against incumbent Jeff Merkley. Conger, 45, recently announced his candidacy, saying the economy is sputtering through an uneven recovery and he will focus on job creation if he’s sent to ...
November 27 2013
Senior Living Facility Expansion Embraces Enriching Home-Like Approach
Oregon
An innovative new memory care service specializing in optimizing quality of life for residents dealing with Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and other forms of memory loss has been launched as part of a 38,000 square foot expansion of the acclaimed Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village facility on Bend’s westside.
November 07 2013
Wife slain after over tight ketchup lid: prosecutor
Bend, Oregon
BEND, Ore. -- An 86-year-old Oregon man on trial for the shooting death of his wife carried out the attack after a series of grievances with his family that prosecutors said included the failure of his stepdaughter to wish him a happy birthday and his complaint that his wife put the lid on the ketchup bottle too tightly.
October 03 2013
Lane County Man Contracts West Nile
Oregon
SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — It’s late in the year, but Lane County has just confirmed its first case of West Nile Virus. The patient is hospitalized at Sacred Heart RiverBend with a brain infection, which is a very rare case that afflicts less than one percent of infected people. Lane County Public Health says he may … Continue reading »
September 27 2013
Oregon man, 86, gets life for killing wife, 83
Bend, Oregon
BEND, Ore. (AP) -- An 86-year-old Oregon man convicted of killing his wife of 39 years has been sentenced to life in prison. The Bend Bulletin reports that Judge A. Michael Adler handed down the sentence Wednesday, saying it's not certain how much longer Lawrence Loeffler will live but all of that time will be behind bars. Background: DA: Bend man killed wife over ketchup bottle lid Loeffler was ...
September 27 2013
86-year-old Oregon man convicted of killing 83-year-old wife
Oregon
BEND, Ore. -- An 86-year-old Central Oregon man has been found guilty of murder in the killing of his wife of 39 years. KTVZ-TV reports that a jury in Bend spent an hour Tuesday deliberating the case against Lawrence Loeffler. Prosecutors said he shot 83-year-old Betty Loeffler in January on the deck of their home outside La Pine in southern Deschutes County. The defense argued that Loeffler was ...
September 25 2013
Oregon man, 86, convicted of killing 83-year-old wife
Oregon
The Associated Press BEND, Ore. — An 86-year-old Central Oregon man has been found guilty of murder in the killing of his wife of 39 years. KTVZ-TV reports that a jury in Bend spent an hour Tuesday deliberating the case against Lawrence Loeffler. Prosecutors said he shot 83-year-old Betty Loef
September 25 2013
Man Murdered Wife For Making the Ketchup Bottle Too Hard to Open
Bend, Oregon
Among the "grievances" Lawrence Loeffler used to justify the murder of his wife Betty to police was her insistence on putting the ketchup bottle lid on "too tightly ." Read more...        
September 23 2013
Bend man kills wife because ketchup bottle lid was too tight
Oregon
  BEND, Ore. – An 86-year-old Oregon man on trial for the shooting death of his wife carried out the attack after a series of grievances with his family that prosecutors said included the failure of his stepdaughter to wish him a happy birthday and his complaint that his wife put the lid on the ketchup bottle too tightly. Deschutes County prosecutor Mary Anderson told jurors about Lawrence ...
September 20 2013
Prosecutors: Man killed wife because ketchup bottle lid was too tight
Oregon
BEND, Ore. – An 86-year-old Oregon man on trial for the shooting death of his wife carried out the attack after a series of grievances with his family that prosecutors said included the failure of his stepdaughter to wish him a happy birthday and his complaint that his wife put the lid on the ketchup bottle too tightly. Deschutes County prosecutor Mary Anderson told jurors about Lawrence ...
September 20 2013
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