History’s best shot putter just found a way to get better.
Author: Tribune News Service
Could this be answer to mystery of SIDS?
A biological abnormality may make it difficult for the body to know when it’s not getting oxygen. If the receptor doesn’t wake the infant up to breathe, and the baby passes away while asleep.
Invasive species — a threat to ‘human hands and feet’ — found in western Oregon
“This turtle had a head the size of a baseball, and a neck he could extend at least ten inches from his shell,” said a wildlife official.
Wounded bear returns to attack Oregon man who shot it day earlier
The bear was harassing his chickens, so he shot it, wildlife officials said.
Extremist Oath Keepers founder gets longest sentence yet in Jan. 6 attack
The judge described a defiant Stewart Rhodes as a continued threat the United States who clearly “wants democracy in this country to devolve into violence.” Mehta expressed fear that what happened on Jan. 6 could be repeated, saying Americans will “now hold our collective breaths every time an election is approaching.”
Scio’s NW Champion Sheepdog Trial
The NW Champion Sheepdog Trial is held this weekend in conjunction with the Linn County Lamb and Wool Fair, which is celebrating its 88th year.
Former Scoutmaster, 80, falls down remote Hells Canyon cliff, prays ‘send angels’; then, Scouts show up
Valentine is recovering from surgery but said he expects to head home to La Grande, Oregon, soon. He has a broken ankle, cracked tibia, fractured back and three broken vertebrate in his neck.
Should Mount Rainier National Park start reservations for entry in peak months?
On busy days, visitors experience wait times of more than an hour to enter the park through the Nisqually and White River entrances, causing congestion both inside and outside of the park.
Mammograms at 40 is likely new federal recommendation for women
The new slate of draft recommendations marks a major shift from the controversial advice it gave earlier: that most women could safely wait until 50 to begin having their breasts scanned for signs of potential malignancies.
I-5 crash that killed 3 sends Longview woman to prison for 20 years
The driver admitted that she used Suboxone and Lorazepam. According to court documents, she could “barely open her eyes,” had slurred speech, and fell asleep while talking to authorities after the crash.