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Central Oregon Election Headlines

BLM's Nevada boss urges roundup of 4,000 mustangs

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RENO, Nev. (AP) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management's Nevada director wants to free up more federal rangeland for livestock grazing this summer by rounding up 4,000 wild horses in Elko County.

Prineville PD: Man who took down campaign signs cited traffic hazard

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A man who took down some campaign signs in Prineville in recent days told police he did so because they were creating a hazardous situation and blocking drivers' view near a street corner, the police chief said Monday.

3 lawmakers hit with ethics complaint over wolf bill

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Three Oregon lawmakers have been hit with an ethics complaint filed by environmentalists, arguing they broke state law by deliberately misrepresenting the purpose behind House Bill 4040, the so-called wolf delisting bill, during the legislative session earlier this year.

Convicted Crook County criminals go free due to crowded jail

Tight budget triggers early Crook County Jail releases

BEND, Ore. (AP) — Dozens of convicted offenders in Crook County have been set free due to a lack of jail space.

Oregon voters who changed parties may get 2 ballots

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Oregon Secretary of State Jeanne Atkins on Monday told voters who changed their party affiliation in the weeks leading up to the April 26 voter registration deadline that they may receive two ballots in the mail.


Klamath County deputy cleared in fatal crash

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. (AP) — Oregon State Police investigators have cleared a Klamath County sheriff's deputy who was involved in a fatal traffic collision while trying to catch a suspect last fall.

Meet The Candidates

Mitt Romney

Former governor of Massachusetts

Paul Ryan

Congressman, R-Wis.

Joe Biden

Vice President of the United States

Barack Obama

Barack Obama

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President of the United States

'Let's be clear:' Obama's favorite sayings

Despite being known for his prolific public-speaking skills, President Barack Obama often falls back on certain phrases in his news conferences in the United States and overseas.

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