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In honor of service men and women of America who have sacrificed so much for our nation and values, Supertalk Radio continually focuses on how we can support our veterans. Whether it’s through highlighting helpful organizations, showcasing stories of veterans during their time of service, or covering...

Fish and Wildlife Commission vote to delist wolves statewide

The Fish and Wildlife Commission voted to delist wolves from the state Endangered Species Act throughout Oregon today. The meeting began at 8 a.m. and adjourned at 6:44 p.m. About 106 people came to testify and they were limited to three minutes each. Commissioners thanked the public for coming to testify...

Bubonic plague confirmed after Eastern Oregon hunting trip

The Oregon Health Authority’s Public Health Division and the Crook County Public Health Department is confirming a case of bubonic plague in a teenage Crook County girl. The girl is believed to have acquired the disease from a flea bite during a hunting trip near Heppner in Morrow County that started...

Health advisory lifted for Willow Creek Reservoir

The Oregon Health Authority has lifted a health advisory issued October 13 for Willow Creek Reservoir. The reservoir is located just east of the town of Heppner in Morrow County. Water monitoring has confirmed the level of blue-green algae and any associated toxins are below guideline values for human...

Summer road construction begins in Eastern Oregon

Orange traffic cones and construction workers can be spotted around Eastern Oregon as ODOT summer construction projects get underway. On I-84, crews are working on upgrading pavement and replacing median barriers between Kamela Exit 246 and Exit 252 at Hilgard State Park. Drivers can expect 45 mph work zone...

Anniversary reminds of earthquake danger to Oregon

Monday marked the 315 year anniversary of the last major Cascadia Subduction Zone Earthquake to shake the Pacific Northwest. This anniversary has sparked awareness of the potential of another major earthquake shaking the area in the near future. Emergency awareness is being encouraged as scientists believe...

Oregon employment continuing to grow

Oregon’s payroll employment shot up by 9,900 in October. Most major industries added jobs on a seasonally adjusted basis, with three showing solid strength: professional and business services (+2,700 jobs); manufacturing (+2,200); and health care and social assistance (+2,000). The gain of 9,900 was...

Oregon National Guard’s JTAP Contract Expires

SALEM, Ore. – The fiscal year 2014 contract for the Oregon National Guard’s Joint Transition Assistance Program, known as JTAP, which assists service members and veterans with civilian job placement, has expired. The contract employed approximately 16 contractors across the state of Oregon and...

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