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Battery fumes send Oregon workers to hospital
HILLSBORO, Ore. (AP) -- Firefighters in Hillsboro, Oregon, say 18 workers needed medical treatment after breathing battery fumes.
   Hillsboro Fire and Rescue spokesman Storm Smith says dozens of people were evacuated from Cascade Systems Technologies on Monday and some of them had problems breathing. Others complained of nausea and eye and nose irritations.
   Smith says 17 people with symptoms were taken by ambulance to local hospitals.  An 18th employee drove to a doctor's office.
   Smith described the injuries as minor.
   Company managers told investigators that several lead acid batteries were placed on a timed charger over the weekend. The charger failed to shut off in time and two batteries produced acid fumes after overheating.

Health advisory issued for Odell Lake
OAKRIDGE, Ore. (AP) - A high level of blue-green algae has triggered a health advisory for Odell Lake in Klamath County.
   The Oregon Health Authority said Monday that swallowing or inhaling water droplets from the lake can make people sick, and children are at increased risk because of their size.
   The toxins can't be removed by boiling, filtering or treating the water with camping-style filters.
   Boating is OK as long as speeds do not create excessive water spray.
   The lake is located off Highway 58, about 31 miles southeast of Oakridge.

Motorcycle crashes at race in Sandy
 SANDY, Ore. (AP) -- A motorcycle rider was badly injured in a race Sunday at the Mountain View MX Park at Sandy.
   The Sandy Fire Department says the 30-year-old hit a rail and flipped over his handlebars.
   KPTV reports he was flown to a hospital with a neck injury.

Fair 4H program sees record auction
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Officials at the Jackson County fair said the 4-H and Food for America programs had record auctions this year.

Manager Dave Kollermeier said the sales show how much people care about the kids.

"I know the parents of these kids and I know the dollars are going straight into that college savings account," Kollermeier said. "What we're really doing is helping educate and perpetuate the great kids that we have here."

County voters passed a service district in May, which helps fund the 4-H program.

Family spokesman: Ex-Oregon Gov. Vic Atiyeh dies
By JONATHAN J. COOPERAssociated Press   


PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Vic Atiyeh, Oregon's Republican governor from 1979 to 1987 who shepherded the state through a deep recession in the early 1980s, died Sunday night, a family spokesman says.   


The 91-year-old former governor died at 8:15 p.m. PDT at Portland's Providence St. Vincent Medical Center of complications from renal failure, according to spokesman Denny Miles, who had also formerly served as Atiyeh's press secretary.   


He said that Atiyeh was at home but had returned to the hospital Saturday due to shortness of breath and possible internal bleeding.   



The son of a Syrian immigrant, he worked as a rug salesman before he entered politics in the Oregon Legislature. He won the gubernatorial race in 1979 on a platform of cutting taxes.   


In office, though, he ended up raising taxes because of the 1980s recession.   


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Veterans raise funds for Vietnam Memorial Wall replica
By Jessica De Nova/KTVL.com

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.-The Southern Oregon Veterans Benefit was raising funds at the Jackson County Fair Sunday to bring an aluminum replica of the Vietnam Memorial Wall to Southern Oregon.

The non-profit needs $250,000 by Oct. to build the wall by Memorial Day, 2015.

The President of the SOVB, Russ McBride, said the wall will help educate today's youth and allow more veterans to pay their respects to their fallen comrades.

"I myself am one of the veterans that has PTSD and you know, for me to be able to pay my respects and go see the wall, it's a healing as well," said McBride.

Paracord accessories were also for sale by Knotty Knots. Twenty percent of those proceeds go toward building the replica.

Anyone wanting more information on donating can call Russ McBride at 541-778-3171 or go to SOVB.org.

More burglaries in your town
Justin Matthews/KTVL.com

MEDFORD, Ore.- Burglaries are keeping officers busy throughout the city, Medford Police say.

An investigation is on-going from a burglary on the 1200 block of Corona Avenue on Saturday.

The victim was watering in his backyard when he noticed a female in her early 20s in his house, and lost her when he tried to chase her out, says police.

The woman, described as caucasian, slim build, with tattoos on both arms, stole a Kindle and jewelry, according to police.

"We're suggesting that people make their homes a hard target, lock their doors and windows when they're leaving, make it appear that someone's home, lights, maybe a radio on, etc.," said Sgt. Derek Parks from the Medford Police Department.

Police are also investigating a burglary in the 2800 block of Leonard Ave.

The suspect entered through an unlocked door in the back of the property and stole cash, silver, and jewelry, said police.

Police have yet to find either suspects.

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