Articles Tagged with oregon

Raw Milk Advertising Restrictions Eased After Free Speech Lawsuit Win

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Raw milk advertising regulations have been eased in Oregon after the state Department of Agriculture settled a First Amendment lawsuit pertaining to unpasteurized dairy promotions. The free speech lawsuit was brought by a Libertarian public interest firm, The Institute for Justice, on behalf of Christine Anderson, a McMinnville dairy farmer. The Oregon Department of Agriculture… Read more »

State Of Jefferson: Californians May Get Vote On Secession Movement In June

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Californians might get two different types of secession ballot measures to vote upon in June. During the most recent Siskiyou County Board of Supervisors meeting local officials approved a resolution to allow citizens to decide whether or not they want to pursue a Republic of Jefferson Territory. The “competing” California secession endeavor known as the… Read more »

Half-Naked Woman Leaps On Car, Caves In Windshield On I-5

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A half-naked woman attacked a stalled car on a busy Interstate 5 in Oregon January 4 in a bizarre incident that police suspect could be drug-related — or it could just be a highly unorthodox outburst of road rage. Cops said they found a controlled substance in the possession of Victoria Dawn Lohmann, 24, of… Read more »

James Lee DiMaggio May Be Armed With Explosives, Police Say

James Lee DiMaggio may be armed with explosives according to police.

The bizarre case of James Lee Dimaggio keeps getting stranger by the day, and now police are saying that he may be armed with explosives, and, if anyone in the public comes across his car, they should use extreme caution. DiMaggio is wanted for allegedly kidnapping 16-year-old Hannah Anderson and her 8-year-old brother Ethan. The… Read more »

Bee Memorial To Be Held By Oregon Resident

Bee Memorial Held By Oregon Resident

After the news that thousands of bees died last week, an Oregon resident, Rozzell Medina, has decided to hold a bee memorial. For anyone who might have missed the shocking news that had scientists baffled, roughly 25,000 bumble bees were found dead under dozens of European linden trees. Although the cause was initially unknown, the Xerces Society… Read more »

Oregon: You Might Need A Prescription For Those Cigarettes Soon

Cigarettes in Oregon

One of the strangest (and probably smartest) anti-smoking proposals I’ve ever seen comes from Oregon, where they’re considering making nicotine a Schedule III controlled substance. If that bill is passed, this means that cigarettes will be illegal to own or distribute without a doctor’s prescription. If the bill passes and you’re caught with cigarettes as… Read more »

Deer Rescued After Getting Tangled In Christmas Lights [Video]

Deer Antlers Tangled

Eugene, OR – A deer was rescued after getting its antler caught in a string of Christmas lights, according to KVAL. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologist Brian Wolfer said that deer are rutting this time of year. During this phase, the male deer tend to rub their antlers on trees in-between fighting with… Read more »

Carpool Teddy Bear Earns Woman $260 Fine

Carpool Teddy Bear

A woman who strapped a teddy bear into the passenger seat of her car was busted for attempting to use the carpool lane, according to the Daily Mail. Scarlett Zibritovsky was driving through Portland, Oregon when the proverbial light bulb went off inside her head. Instead of having a useless teddy bear in the back… Read more »

Oregon Drops Glove Requirement For Restaurants and Food Prep

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Food sanitation is an issue that makes many wary, as so much is predicated on personal habits or ideas about what is or is not a dealbreaker in the kitchen — glove use or lack thereof being one of the things that sets many people on edge when a restaurant’s cleanliness is being considered. Oregon… Read more »