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  • Crew Sent to Rescue Up to 100 Dogs in Oregon

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- The Oregon Humane Society on Tuesday sent a team to rescue as many as 100 dogs living without shelter in cold weather on rural property in eastern Oregon. Some of the dogs are living underground in holes covered with planks, while others are chained to farm equipment and have little or no shelter, officials said.

  • U.S. v. McHorse, (10th Cir. 1999)

    ...Specifically, the. government asked Justin if he was aware that Defendant's daughter, Jennifer McHorse,. and Defendant's younger half-sister, Catherine Glerup, had accused Defendant of. sexually abusing them. After two long-time acquaintances of Defendant from Taos Pueblo, Ethel Lujan. and Ruby Archuleta, testified for Defendant, he testified on his own ...

  • Public Record

    Recent marriage licenses recorded with the Taos County clerk Dylan Wayne Green, Duncan, Okla., and Ashley H. Haydon, of Red River, on May 8.

  • Nation Briefs

    Finance leaders offer sober assessment WASHINGTON - World finance leaders issued a somber assessment on Saturday of the global economy, saying the recovery remains uneven with growth and jobs in short supply.

  • Drug Enforcers Focus On Airfields

    BURNS, Ore. (AP) Oregon police have zeroed in on a new front in the fight against drugs: the small airports that dot the state's most rural regions. The new tactic took flight last month, when officers seized 995 pounds of marijuana valued at almost $6 million at Burns Municipal Airport, arresting Harvey Allen Gabel, 56, and Brian Jeffrey Lindroos, 39, who had landed in Burns to refuel after a...

  • Briefly

    WASHINGTON -- Four Democratic and four Republican senators formally unveiled a sweeping immigration bill Thursday at a news conference attended by traditional opponents from big business and labor, conservative groups and liberal ones. The lawmakers argued that this time, thanks to that broad-based support, immigration overhaul legislation can succeed in Congress. Powerful outside forces have...

  • Workers Say They Didn't Overspend to Get Gif

    SALEM, Ore. (AP) Two of the Oregon transportation workers at the center of kickback allegations have denied paying excessively high prices for cleaning supplies in return for gifts from an out-of- state chemical company. The prices they paid to Stone Cold Chemicals were in line with what other companies charge for similar products, Richard Becerra and David Glerup said.

  • Teenagers Charged in Southeast Oregon Shooting

    HINES, Ore. - Three Burns teenagers are accused in the shooting of two Baker City teens along Highway 395 in southeast Oregon. Kevin Larson, 16, was charged this week with attempted murder and assault; Levi Majors, 17, was charged with assault; and Marlo L. Dick, 18, was charged with hindering prosecution, according to two newspaper reports.

  • Rescuers Aim to Help Left-Behind Dogs in Oregon

    PORTLAND, Ore. -- The dogs left behind in rural eastern Oregon are getting another chance. Earlier this month, the Oregon Humane Society rounded up almost 90 dogs that were living without shelter in cold weather. Some of the dogs were living underground in holes covered with planks, while others are chained to farm equipment and have little or no shelter, officials said.

  • Obituaries

    Local Mildred Louise (Simpson) Nicholson Bell

  • Deaths

    James Dalthorp BLOOMINGTON -- James Arthur Dalthorp, 73, of Corpus Christi, Texas, formerly of Bloomington, died Thursday (July 28, 2004) in Corpus Christi after a two-year battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease).

  • Deer Hunting in the Shadow of Cougar Mountain

    It's 5:45 a.m. on a Tuesday in November. I park on Forest Road 129C near the base of Cougar Mountain in Southern New Mexico. As the mule-deer hunt begins, the pre-dawn sky is clear and a bitter wind blows from the south. Water, food, camera, compass are packed. Upon leaving the truck, a reading is locked in the GPS. The 308 Remington has rounds in the magazine but none are chambered.