April 23, 2014
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Salem-News.com (Apr-23-2014 13:20)
Oregon State Director of Veterans Affairs C-123 Veterans` Agent Orange Exposure ClaimsWes Carter for Salem-News.com
A spokesperson for the C-123 Veterans Association expressed appreciation for Director Smith's direct and very effective support, noting that Marines like him can always be counted on when the Air Force needs help.
Himself a Gulf War veteran, Director Cameron Smith of the State of Oregon Department of Veterans Affairs, formally wrote VA Secretary Shinseki detailing C-123 veterans' eligibility for VA Agent Orange exposure benefits!
Salem-News.com (Apr-23-2014 12:29)
One Week Left to Apply for Health Insurance Through Cover OregonSalem-News.com
Deadline to Submit Applications is April 30
(DURHAM, Or.) -
Oregonians have one week left to apply for health insurance through Cover Oregon to avoid a potential federal tax penalty for not having health insurance. Applications must be submitted to Cover Oregon with a postmark no later than Wednesday, April 30.
Salem-News.com (Apr-23-2014 00:33)
Cold Case Homicide Detectives Arrest 48-Year-Old Man for 1995 Southeast Portland HomicideSalem-News.com
Very few details about the homicide investigation can be released at this time as the case is still an active investigation.
Today, Tuesday April 22, 2014, Portland Police Bureau Cold Case Homicide detectives arrested a 48-year-old man in connection with a 1995 homicide that occurred in Southeast Portland.
Salem-News.com (Apr-22-2014 13:07)
Body Found in River Has been IdentifiedSalem-News.com
The identification was made by the Oregon State Police Identification Bureau using fingerprint records from one of Brown's previous arrests. The Oregon State Medical Examiner's office examined the body and determined there was no evidence of foul play.
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Linn County Sheriff Bruce Riley reports the body found in the Willamette River near Albany on April 20, 2014, has been identified as 45-year old Jared Ethan Brown of Portland.
Salem-News.com (Apr-21-2014 17:31)
Deputies Investigate Shooting at Kings Row MotelSalem-News.com
The victim, William Williams, has non-life-threatening injuries, and is still being treated at a local hospital.
Just before midnight on Thursday, April 17, 2014 the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office was called to the Kings Row Motel on a report of a shooting at Kings Row Motel, in Clackamas County.
Salem-News.com (Apr-21-2014 17:06)
Woman Indicted, Arrested for Murder in Josephine CountySalem-News.com
Jacqueyn Novack was indicted April 18 by a Josephine County Grand Jury for Murder, Tampering with Evidence, and Felon in Possession of a Firearm.
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A 38-year old woman was indicted and is in custody pending an appearance in Josephine County Circuit Court related to a homicide investigation.
Salem-News.com (Apr-18-2014 10:10)
Oregon`s Oldest Beekeeper, Gone but Not ForgottenBonnie King Salem-News.com
Remembering 99-year old Oliver Wendell Petty, A Beekeeper’s Beekeeper
As an early beekeeper in the Willamette Valley, Oliver Petty was instrumental in convincing farmers to rent bee hives to improve crop yields. Prior to that time, most beekeepers made their living by selling honey.
Salem-News.com (Apr-18-2014 00:38)
One Pet Dies in NE Salem House FireVideo by Jerry Freeman Salem-News.com
No firefighters were injured battling the house fire. One power line did burn and fall down onto the house, forcing crews to work around it.
The homeowner at the scene of a fire at 2150 Lansing Avnue NE in Salem, told Salem-News.com that he had been welding a short time before discovering the fire. Battalion Chief Cord Van Derahe, confirmed that what turned out to be a two alarm house fire, started in the garage, and extended into the primary residence of the house.
Salem-News.com (Apr-14-2014 18:34)
Murderer Josh Cavett has his Day in CourtBonnie King Salem-News.com
Whether it be a plea for 25 years or "True Life", Cavett is going up the river.
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Almost exactly 6 months after he committed murder, Josh Cavett went before Multnomah County Judge LaBarre and the District Attorney today to formally present his prospective plea deal.
Salem-News.com (Apr-14-2014 15:35)
Pulitzer Prize-Winner David Cay Johnston to Discuss Income Inequality at Salem Library EventSalem-News.com
The talk is being organized by the Oregon Center for Public Policy and is being co-sponsored by the Salem Progressive Film Series.
One of the nation's foremost experts on income inequality, David Cay Johnston, is coming to Salem in May to discuss what many are calling the defining challenge of our times.
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