Half of Illinois’ congressional delegation is supporting legislation that supporters called the most aggressive push yet to stop unwanted phone calls.
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SALEM – Starting Aug. 1, Oregonians will be able to purchase Smokey Bear license plates for passenger vehicles.
When wildfires erupt in the dry range and timber of southeast Oregon this summer, firefighters will have a ready-made place to rest, shower, eat and stage for suppression work.
A wildlife biologist said bears might cause problems in the John Day area this fall as they search for food sources to replace the berries and grass burned in the Canyon Creek Complex fire last year.
Here is the Blue Mountain Eagle's audio recording from last night's community meeting at the John Day Senior Center in its entirety.