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Salem-News.com (Jul-19-2014 14:20)
Two Injured in Oregon Plane CrashSalem-News.com Staff
The pilot was identified as 81-year-old Robert Teneyck, of Woodburn.
(HUBBARD, Ore. ) -
Two people were injured Saturday morning after a small plane crash near Hubbard.
Salem-News.com (Nov-29-2010 20:10)
Plane Crash Sole Survivor was Pilot`s Best FriendSalem-News.com Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Nov-05-2010 22:47)
Marion County Traffic Safety Team Deputies Investigate Head-On CrashSalem-News.com
UPDATE: Following the investigation by the MCSO Traffic Safety Team, Ian Beyers was charged with driving while Under the Influence of Intoxicants, Reckless Driving, and Assault 3.
(SALEM, Ore.) - A head-on motor vehicle crash sent one driver to the hospital by helicopter earlier this evening. Marion County Deputies responded to a call received at 5:07 p.m. and located the crash in the 18000 block of Fobert Road NE, between Hubbard and Aurora.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Apr-04-2010 11:17)
Hit and Run Driver Kills Pedestrian in HubbardSalem-News.com
Anyone with information about this incident is encouraged to call the Sheriff's Office Tip Line: 503.540-8079.
(HUBBARD, Ore.) -
Marion County Sheriff's Office detectives have been called in to assist with the investigation of a fatal hit & run pedestrian collision that occurred Saturday night, 3/4 of a mile south of Hubbard.
Salem-News.com (Aug-06-2009 02:00)
Agriculture Appropriations Bill Passed by Senate Includes Funding for Oregon ProjectsSalem-News.com
Wyden/Merkley-Requested Funding for Agriculture Research Contained in Bill.
(WASHINGTON D.C.) -
Working to improve agricultural research capabilities in Oregon, U.S. Senators Ron Wyden (D- Ore.) and Jeff Merkley (D- Ore.) announced that an agriculture appropriations bill passed by the U.S. Senate contains more than nearly $7 million in projects for Oregon.
Salem-News.com (May-23-2006 22:49)
Be Aware! Crosswalk Enforcement Campaign Planned in HubbardSalem-News.com
The goal of the campaign is simple pedestrian safety.Read Full Article