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Behind The Badge � DUI Probable Cause Part 1

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Behind The Badge – DUI Probable Cause Part 1

Posted on 08 November 2012

By Kyle Krenik The Tribune News JUNCTION CITY OR. – Junction City Police Chief Mark Chase explains probable cause. Probable cause is a key element in any DUI investigation. Police officers are required to follow proper protocol when stopping a vehicle–and that includes having probable cause for the stop.   Tweet Continue Reading

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DUI Probable Cause Part 2

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DUI Probable Cause Part 2

Posted on 08 November 2012

  By Kyle Krenik The Tribune News JUNCTION CITY OR. – Junction City Police Chief Mark Chase explains probable cause. Probable cause is a key element in any DUI investigation. Police officers are required to follow proper protocol when stopping a vehicle–and that includes having probable cause for the stop.   Tweet Continue Reading

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Junction City News

JC schools identify school improvements

Posted on 07 November 2012

Is replacement of the older schools by way of a bond measure the answer? By Vera Westbrook For the Tribune JUNCTION CITY – Without a doubt, Junction City schools are old. The JC School District is currently assessing the condition of its four school campuses and identifying necessary improvements. The district is taking the following [...] Continue Reading

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River Road News

Yes, we can, if we plan

Posted on 07 November 2012

A 216-unit apartment for moderate income is proposed for the River Road area; the historic heart of the neighborhood By Carleen Reilly For the Tribune RIVER ROAD – The River Road neighbors are learning about a proposal for a 216-apartment moderate-income development by an out-of-state developer. The property is located to the west of River [...] Continue Reading

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Burn ban

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Burn ban met goals

Posted on 07 November 2012

State legislation in effect for several years now By Vera Westbrook For the Tribune TRI-COUNTY – Since a recent ban on agricultural field burning in Lane and most of Linn counties, local residents have been noticing clearer summer skies devoid of smoke plumes bellowing from burning fields. The ban went into effect after the Oregon [...] Continue Reading

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Monroe News

Military history at Monroe Museum

Posted on 07 November 2012

The South Benton Community Museum in Monroe offers a comprehensive section on Military history which includes information, photos and displays on veterans from as far back as the Civil and the Indian Wars. The display and files on individuals is organized and compiled by Sheila Myers. The museum is open Wednesdays from 1-4pm and the [...] Continue Reading

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