Judge’s Ruling No Problem For Sheriff: Loss Of Jail Is

Posted by Steve Leader on April 17, 2014
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Columbia county sheriff Jeff Dickerson says the jail in Saint Helens is in compliance with a federal judge’s recent ruling that counties cannot hold people suspected of being in the country illegally without probable cause. (ICE holds)

Today’s jail roster shows the majority of inmates in Columbia county are on U.S. Marshall’s holds, which keep them locked-up pending federal trials.  Those holds …

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Clark County Sheriff: Not Yet

Posted by Steve Leader on April 14, 2014
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Garry Lucas isn’t ready to announce if he’ll run for a seventh term this year. In an email today to FM News 101 the sheriff, first elected in 1990, says “I will make an announcement at some point, but not now, thank you.”

At least four other people who’ve expressed interest in running for Clark county sheriff are likely eager to …

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Tropicale!

Posted by Mr BBQ on April 12, 2014

With the forecast calling for abundant sunshine this weekend-got to feeling Tropicale! So here’s a tropical flavored drink to match the warmth and goodness of the sunshine!

Ingredients: 1/2oz. crème de cassis (black currant liqueur),1/2oz. peach schnapps, 2oz cranberry juice, 2oz.fresh squeezed orange juice, 1oz fresh squeezed lime juice. Optional a splash of club soda-to cut the sweetness.

Preparation: In a collins …

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Sellwood Store Owner in Hot Water Over Anti Gay Posts

Posted by Rosemary Reynolds on April 4, 2014
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PORTLAND,OREGON  Co-owner of Moreland Farmers Pantry is taking some heat over comments against gays and same sex marriage posted to her Facebook page.  In addition, Chauncy Childs posted an article written about someone else supporting the right to businesses to refuse service to gay people.  This did not sit well with neighbors  and especially Sean O-Riordan whose brother was gay …

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Naval Base Shooting: 2 Deaths

Posted by Jake Baez on March 25, 2014

From NORFOLK, Va. (AP)

A sailor was fatally shot aboard a guided-missile destroyer docked at the world’s largest naval base late Monday, and security forces killed the lone suspect, according to the Navy.

The suspect was a civilian who had access to be at Naval Station Norfolk, spokeswoman Terri Davis said early Tuesday. She said she couldn’t say whether he had permission …

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