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Fungus infects black walnut trees in Salem
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- Experts say a fungus is infecting large black walnut trees in Salem and is likely to slowly kill them.    The thousand cankers disease has infected trees at the Oregon State Hospital campus and nearby streets.    Oregon Department of Agriculture plants expert Dan Hilburn says the public is likely to notice black walnut trees declining over the next five to 10 years. ...
July 27 2014
Hearing Held for Accused Killer
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. — The widow of fallen Eugene Police Officer Chris Kilcullen met face to face with her husband’s accused killer for the first time Wednesday. Chris’ widow, Kristie Kilcullen, attended a hearing in Salem for Cheryl Kidd, hoping to make the case to keep Kidd in the Oregon State Hospital. Wednesday’s initial hearing was … Continue reading »
July 24 2014
Hundreds line up in Salem for free dental care
Keizer, oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - It wasn't Black Friday or a new iPhone going on sale. The hundreds of people in line at Chemeketa Community College in Salem on Friday were hoping someone could scrape the tartar from their gums and maybe even pull a bad tooth. At ...
July 14 2014
State hospital dedicates memorial
Oregon
3,400 cremated between 1913 and 1974, but remains went unclaimed. SALEM — A memorial dedicated Monday recognizes the more than 3,400 people, formerly at the Oregon State Hospital and other institutions, who were cremated by the state but whose remains were never claimed. “They were unclaimed and unknown, neglected and ...
July 09 2014
Oregon seeing sharp rise in syphilis, gonorrhea
Salem, Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â State health officials say they're alarmed by increased numbers of syphilis and gonorrhea cases in Oregon. The Salem Statesman Journal reports that Oregon Health Authority figures show that early syphilis cases are at their highest levels since 1989. ...
June 26 2014
Oregon governor seeks lawsuit over health exchange - Quincy Herald-Whig | Illinois & Missouri News,
Missouri
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Gov. John Kitzhaber said Thursday he's seeking a lawsuit against Oracle Corp. over Oregon's online health insurance enrollment system, the failure of which embarrassed the state and resulted in multiple investigations.
June 19 2014
Avamere Family of Companies Acquires an Established Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in the Salem
Oregon
The Avamere Family of Companies, a leader of senior living options and healthcare services throughout Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Colorado, is proud to expand its continuum of care in the Salem, OR area through the acquisition of an established long-term care and short-stay nursing and rehabilitation center – Avamere Transitional Care at Sunnyside. (PRWeb June 04, 2014) Read the full story at ...
June 06 2014
Oregon board: New hearing on classmate killer
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â Oregon's parole board plans another hearing on whether to release an inmate who killed a Beaverton classmate in 1990. The Oregonian reports the board wants another psychological evaluation of Conrad Engweiler, focusing on "psychosexual risk factors. ...
June 05 2014
DA: Woman pointed loaded gun at officer before deadly shooting
Oregon
A woman with felony warrants pointed a loaded gun at a Salem police officer and attempted to cock it before she was shot and killed, according to the Marion County District Attorney's Office.
May 27 2014
Appeals court affirms firefighters' OT ruling
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â The Oregon Court of Appeals has affirmed a ruling by Oregon's labor commissioner in a case that directs the payment of more than $100,000 in back wages and overtime for firefighters in Grants Pass. The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries says Local 3564 of the International Association of Fire Fighters asked the state agency in June 2011 for a ruling about whether the city ...
May 23 2014
Oregon gay-marriage ban goes to court this week
Eugene, Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - The future of Oregon's ban on same-sex marriage goes before a federal judge this week. Critics of the ban are scheduled to argue that it unconstitutionally discriminates against gays and lesbians. Federal judges in five states have thrown out voter-approved bans on same-sex marriage on constitutional grounds since the U. ...
May 19 2014
Engweiler asks for parole
Salem, Oregon
Convicted in 1991 of murdering classmate, Lake Oswego man pushes for release A repurposed visitors center at the Oregon State Correctional Institution in Salem hosted an unpleasant reunion of sorts Tuesday for supporters of Lake Oswego native Conrad Engweiler, 40, and the family and friends of a high school classmate he was convicted of raping and ...
May 16 2014
New partisanship challenges Oregon health reforms
Likely, California
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Gov. John Kitzhaber has spent at least a decade trying to drive politics out of health care reform, and he successfully drew bipartisan support for an ambitious plan to redesign the system serving poor people on Medicaid. The failure of Cover Oregon's website, however, has unraveled that bipartisan spirit and brought a piece of the bitter national health care debate to Oregon ...
May 05 2014
Man shot by Salem officer dies at hospital
Oregon
A Salem police officer shot a suspect during a confrontation in Northeast Salem Wednesday morning, police said.
May 01 2014
Trooper injured, two killed in Highway 22 crash
Oregon
SALEM—An off-duty state trooper were involved in a fatal car crash near Dallas, Ore. Friday night. Cayden Thomas Fitch, 18, was killed and his father, Oregon State Trooper Bryan Fitch, 43, was seriously injured after their Ford pickup attempted to pass a vehicle and his a Toyota RAV 4 head on Friday evening, said Lieutenant Gregg Hastings of the Oregon State Police. The driver of the Toyota ...
April 22 2014
Salem Health trying a second time to demolish historic building
Oregon
Salem Health is trying a second time to get approval to demolish a historic building on the former Oregon School for the Blind property, and hospital officials say that what it has planned for the land would serve the community better than preserving the
April 22 2014
Salem Health again pushes to have historic building razed
Oregon
Salem Health is trying a second time to get approval to demolish a historic building on the former Oregon School for the Blind property, and hospital officials say that what it has planned for the land would serve the community better than preserving the
April 22 2014
Oregon court certifies driver card ballot title
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â Oregon's Supreme Court has upheld the title and summary for a referendum to restore driving privileges for people who can't prove they're legally in the United States. The court last week certified the ballot title written by Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum. ...
April 19 2014
Search halts for buyer of hospital North Campus site
Oregon
The search for a developer willing to buy the 47-acre Oregon State Hospital North Campus in Salem has come to a halt.
April 18 2014
Crash injures 2, closes Cordon Road NE
Oregon
A two-vehicle crash on the eastern edge of Salem on Thursday sent two people to the hospital with serious injuries, the Marion County Sheriff's Office said.
April 18 2014
Salem man gets life term for killing Russian wife
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) -- A 46-year-old man was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for the shooting death of his wife, a Russian he met online and brought to Oregon. David Paul Eaton pleaded guilty last month in Marion County Circuit Court to the murder of his 31-year-old wife, Elena Nikolaevna Lobodina Eaton. He shot her in 2012 at their home in Salem during an argument over their pending divorce ...
April 07 2014
State trooper injured, son killed in Oregon crash
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - Authorities say the son of an Oregon State Police trooper died and his father was seriously injured in a head-on crash along Highway 22 in Polk County. State police say preliminary information shows 18-year-old Cayden Fitch of Lincoln City was driving eastbound in a Ford Ranger pickup Friday night when he collided with an SUV after pulling into the westbound lane to pass a ...
April 06 2014
Update: Psychiatric Patient Missing
Oregon
UPDATE — Police say they found personal property belonging to Gregory Page at a Corvallis Safeway store on Sunday. Police still haven’t located Page. SALEM, Ore. — Police are searching for a man they say went missing from the Oregon State Hospital Saturday morning. Hospital employees say 60-year-old Gregory Page is a psychiatric patient at … Continue reading »
March 31 2014
Missing Oregon State Hospital patient found
Oregon
Police say a 60-year-old patient missing from the Oregon State Hospital in Salem has been found in Corvallis.
March 31 2014
Woman pleads not guilty to drug charges related to West Salem death investigation
Oregon
A woman accused of selling heroin to a man who died of an apparent overdose early last month entered not guilty pleas to drug charges in Marion County court Thursday.
March 24 2014
Two Portland men charged in sexual assault of woman in Salem
Oregon
Two Portland men accused by Salem Police of abducting a woman and sexually assaulting her were arraigned in Marion County Circuit Court Wednesday.
March 24 2014
Former official involved with Cover Oregon may sue
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A former state technology manager involved in building the software behind Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange notified the state Monday that she may file a lawsuit for defamation and wrongful termination. Carolyn Lawson, the former chief information for the Oregon Health Authority, alleges that ...
March 22 2014
Former Cover Oregon official may sue
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) - A former state technology manager involved in building the software behind Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange notified the state Monday that she may file a lawsuit for defamation and wrongful termination. Carolyn Lawson, the former chief information for the Oregon Health Authority, alleges that she was asked to resign in December because she objected to making public ...
March 22 2014
State reverses itself, decides it won't release results of Salem cancer study
Oregon
In a reversal, the Oregon Health Authority now says it won't release the results of a statewide analysis of bone cancer cases.
March 21 2014
State, contractor faulted for Cover Oregon fiasco
Oregon
SALEM, Ore. (AP) â An independent review of Oregon's troubled health insurance exchange has found that a breakdown of management, an overly ambitious scope, and low quality of work by technology contractor Oracle Corp. are some of the reasons for Cover Oregon's failed launch. ...
March 20 2014
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