August 10, 2022
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Trial for Oregon Man Scheduled: Assault with Metal Knuckles

Stone will continue to be held without bail or security pending disposition.

(CRESWELL, Ore.) - brass knuckles Dakota Stone arrived unannounced at his ex-girlfriend’s place of employment and punched a male at the location with metal knuckles, causing various facial injuries. Stone then punched the female victim in the face.

It had been about five years since Stone and the female had seen each other.

Read Full Article (Aug-08-2022 14:02)

Oregon Man Sentenced to 35+ Years for Child Exploitation

Guilty of 23 counts involving the online sexual exploitation of children.

(LINN COUNTY, Ore.) - child predator Investigators believe DiMolfetto either exploited or attempted to exploit over 300 children across the United States in the six months prior to his arrest.

Some of the child victims, as young as 7-years-old, were known by him and others were children he met online.

Read Full Article (Aug-04-2022 17:26)

High Level of E. Coli Bacteria in Discharge to Willamette River Near Keizer

Avoid the Willamette River between Spongs Landing Park and Willamette Mission Park until further notice.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Spongs Landing Park The City of Salem has detected higher than normal E. Coli bacteria results while monitoring treated effluent from the Willow Lake Water Pollution Facility.

The Willow Lake facility is located in Keizer, Oregon. The City of Salem treats wastewater and discharges treated effluent to the Willamette River at this location.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2022 18:26)

Santiam Canyon Wilderness Main Access Points to Remain Closed for Summer

Many sections of the forest are technically open, but with limitations.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Oregon forest service road closure This week, the Willamette National Forest announced the reopening of approximately 188,641 acres of Forest Service land, previously closed because of fire damage and hazards.

This reopening includes some popular locations for Santiam Canyon residents and tourists alike, including the Opal Creek Wilderness and Little North Fork.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2022 18:08)

Oregon Temporarily Lifts Animal Import Requirements for Fire Evacuees

As wildfires burn, Oregon issues an import exemption for animals.

(SALEM, Ore.) - oregon wildfire Due to the ongoing threat of wildfires in Oregon and neighboring states, the Oregon Department of Ag is providing an emergency exemption to all import requirements for companion animals and livestock under an evacuation order for fire or other natural disaster.

The exemption applies only under the following conditions...

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2022 17:14)

Cedar Creek Fire on the Willamette National Forest

Fire managers are working to find a way to get firefighters to the fire.

(OAKRIDGE, Ore.) - Cedar Ck Fire A new fire called the Cedar Creek Fire was caused by the lightning over the area in the last few days.

Crews were pulled back because there was no reliable safe access to the fire and there were no escape routes for firefighters on the ground, especially without available air support.

Read Full Article (Aug-03-2022 16:40)

Salem Man Charles Hatfield Killed on I-5 Friday Night

"As much as he was loved he also loved all of you."

(SALEM, Ore.) - Charles Hatfield Friends and family of Charles Hatfield are in disbelief as to how such a tragedy could have happened. They have created a GoFundMe campaign to help with funeral costs and other bills.

"With heavy hearts we are hoping to come together and help take some of the burden off of Charlie’s family."

Read Full Article (Aug-01-2022 15:57)

The Potter Fire in Willamette National Forest

For your own safety please avoid the area around the Potter Fire.

(WESTFIR, Ore.) - Fire Danger Oregon The Potter Fire, which was first reported at 60 acres Sunday morning on the Willamette National Forest’s Middle Fork Ranger District, 8 Miles NE of Clearwater, OR, was estimated at close to 400 acres with 0% containment this morning.

Sunday, two squads of five local firefighters and an engine were sent in quickly to locate, confirm and size up the fire.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2022 12:36)

Pump Prices Fall for Fourth Consecutive Week

Lower Crude Oil Prices Help Bring Relief to Drivers

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - gas prices The global price of crude oil has fallen about 20% in the last month, putting downward pressure on gas prices. All 50 states are seeing decreases at the pumps, despite an increase in demand for gasoline.

The Oregon average loses nine cents to $5.38.

Read Full Article (Jun-30-2022 14:30)

Celebrate Safely this Independence Day Weekend

Before going into a forest, check fire danger level and public use restrictions.

(SPRINGFIELD, Ore.) - outdoor essentials The Willamette National Forest Service wants everyone to enjoy a fun and safe time outdoors as we approach Independence Day weekend.

Visitors are reminded that all fireworks are prohibited on public lands at all times and we encourage visitors to keep fire safety practices in mind when vising the forest.

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