Community CPR training

JCFD #4 Shady Cove/Trail is offering no cost limited CPR training Saturday, Feb. 4,  from 9 a.m.. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shady Cove Fire Station, 21200 Hwy 62, Shady Cove. The training will provide limited basic CPR that can be used in an emergency until help can arrive. The video and training will take…

Community CPR training

JCFD #4 Shady Cove/Trail is offering no cost limited CPR training Saturday, Feb. 4,  from 9 a.m.. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shady Cove Fire Station, 21200 Hwy 62, Shady Cove. The training will provide limited basic CPR that can be used in an emergency until help can arrive. The video and training will take…

Community CPR training

JCFD #4 Shady Cove/Trail is offering no cost limited CPR training Saturday, Feb. 4,  from 9 a.m.. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shady Cove Fire Station, 21200 Hwy 62, Shady Cove. The training will provide limited basic CPR that can be used in an emergency until help can arrive. The video and training will take…

Community CPR training

JCFD #4 Shady Cove/Trail is offering no cost limited CPR training Saturday, Feb. 4,  from 9 a.m.. to 2:00 p.m. at the Shady Cove Fire Station, 21200 Hwy 62, Shady Cove. The training will provide limited basic CPR that can be used in an emergency until help can arrive. The video and training will take…

Charlotte Sue Wilson

Charlotte Sue Wilson, 68, of Shady Cove, died Sept. 6, 2011, at her home. She was born Oct. 20. 1942, in San Jose, Calif., to Bill and Mary Hook. She went to Ukiah High and Marin College. She then went to work as an emergency room nurse at Novato General Hospital and later for Monterey…

911 lesson forgotten

911 .It is the number you call in an emergency. And it was the date 10 years ago this coming Sunday that changed America. 911 was an emergency within the borders of this country the likes of which none of us had ever experienced. We lost some 3,000 of our fellow citizens with the crashing…

Shady Cove neighborhood meets state standard for Firewise program

A year later and after much planning and work, a section of Shady Cove, referred to as “Neighborhood 1,” has met Oregon Senate Bill 360 and Firewise standards, according to Firewise Board Chair, Paula Trudeau. The National Firewise Communities Program is a multi-agency effort involving homeowners, community leaders, developers and others to protect people, property…

OSP kills bull after seeing it seriously injure farmer

An Oregon State Police trooper and a Columbia County deputy shot and killed a bull Sunday evening after driving upon a scene in a field along Highway 30 between Warren and St. Helens and saw the bull attacking a man.  After the attack, Homero Cortez Ortega, age 38, from St. Helens, was transported by LifeFlight…

FD 3 firemen give 3-wheeled stroller to young victim & family

{gallery}/04_27_10/boy{/gallery} We depend on the service our firefighters, paramedics and dispatchers provide when an emergency occurs. But we don’t always see the other side of those dedicated folks. They, too, have emotions and feelings. That caring side of those people was seen last week at Fire District 3 when four-year-old Louwashyouwa King and his parents,…

EP Irrigation issues emergency water rules

It is no secret that we have not had enough rain or snow this year. Eagle Point Irrigation District (EPID) sent out a newsletter and emergency water regulations to all their patrons last week outlining the current status along with emergency water regulations. Big Butte Creek water flow is normally running 100 to 300 cubic…

Variety of opinions on passage of measures

Jackson County voters said “no” to the ballot measures with the following results. Registered Voters – Total  116,035 Ballots Cast – Total.  71,248 Voter Turnout – Total  61.40Measure 66 Raises Tax on Household Income at & above $250,000 Yes  33,611   47.41% No.  37,288   52.59 % Total  66,925Measure 67 Raises $10 Corporate Minimum Tax to $150…