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ODOT: Valley, No. Coast: OR 126 McKenzie Highway update: Pilot car guided caravans through the road closure zone, mp 27.55 to mp 38, will begin Friday. The first will leave from the west end, two miles east of Vida, at 1 p.m. Caravans will travel one direction at a time. Saturday and Sunday schedule: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Check TripCheck.com for more information.



The crews battling the Beachie Creek Fire received help from an early Fall rainstorm this week. The fire started in the Opal Creek Wilderness before spreading and destroying homes and communities in the Santiam Canyon. Fire Information Officer Scott Owen says the rain helped a lot and containment is 49-per cent. Owen says due to its size and complexity, the Beachie Creek Fire probably won’t be out until a slow moving October storm dumps rain or snow on the fire footprint.



REDMOND, OR -- Deschutes County Commissioners were briefed this week on Redmond’s Urban Renewal District. Policy analyst, Megan Glassner says there are three priorities for the district, She says leveraging sources of federal and state revenue. Glassner says Priority 2 is infrastructure to develop large tracts of land for industry. And Priority 3 focuses on safety improvements on the South Highway 97 corridor. The Urban Renewal District is expected to generate more than 116-million dollars of infrastructure improvement projects over the next 25 years. County commissioners have been asked to green light the district by October 15th.

 



As KBND reported yesterday Deschutes county virus cases have spiked following the Labor Day holiday. During this week’s briefing to county commissioners, Doctor Richard Fawcett looked at the changing demographics of the disease. He says in September one-third of positive virus cases were people under age 30. Fawcett also told commissioners of the 7 patients hospitalized with the virus, 5 are not Deschutes county residents.

 



PRINEVILLE, OR -- The Oregon Department of Education will no longer use state test positivity rates to determine when schools can reopen. The state now requires 10 or fewer cases per 100,000 residents in a county for three straight weeks for older kids to come back to class.  Jason Carr, spokesman for Crook County Schools, says that if the metrics are in the district’s favor on Monday, that will be three weeks in a row which means grades four through twelve could be returning for in-person instruction as early as October fifth.  Deschutes and Jefferson counties virus numbers are much higher.

 



                                       Level 1 Evacuation Notice Lifted for Crater Lake National Park 

 

CRATER LAKE, OREGON – Based on the status of nearby fires, local forecasts with cooler temperatures and some precipitation, and long-range projections for fire behavior, Crater Lake National Park lifted the Level 1 Evacuation Notification on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.  The park will continue to monitor conditions and will reissue any evacuation notifications if needed.  

 

Fall can be a beautiful time to enjoy Crater Lake National Park. All trails are currently open as well as all park entrances.Rim Village Café and Gifts is open daily.Mazama Campground and Camper Store are open through the weekend but are scheduled to close for the season on Monday, September 28. Crater Lake Lodge will remain open for guests until Monday, October 12, 2020.All roads within the park are open except for the Pinnacles Road which has been closed due to the threat of falling trees. Pinnacles Road will be reassessed later this week for possible reopening. 

 

Please be aware that effective September 8, 2020 the park implemented a complete ban on all wood and charcoal fires, and the ban is still in effect. Wood and charcoal fires are not permitted in any location throughout the park.This regulation is being strictly enforced.For more information, please go to 2020 fire ban

 



Oregon reports 382 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 2 new deaths

PORTLAND, Ore. — COVID-19 has claimed two more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 539, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 382 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today bringing the state total to 31,865.

The new cases  reported today are in the following counties: Baker (1), Benton (8), Clackamas (32), Clatsop (4), Columbia (1), Coos (2), Crook (1), Deschutes (5), Douglas (5), Grant (1), Hood River (1), Jackson (20), Jefferson (5), Josephine (1), Klamath (2), Lake (1), Lane (38), Linn (15), Malheur (15), Marion (48), Morrow (4), Multnomah (92), Polk (3), Umatilla (11), Union (4), Wasco (6), Washington (50), and Yamhill (6).

NOTE: Today’s case count is the highest since mid-July and is a reminder of the importance of staying six feet apart from each other; wearing a face covering when six feet of physical distance cannot be maintained and limiting the size of gatherings.

Oregon’s 538th COVID-19 death is an 88-year-old man in Douglas County who tested positive on Sept.13 and died on Sept. 20, at Mercy Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 539th COVID-19 death is an 82-year-old man in Malheur County who tested positive on Sept. 4 and died on Sept. 22, at St. Alphonsus Medical Center Ontario. He had underlying conditions.

Stay informed about COVID-19:

Oregon response: The Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Office of Emergency Management lead the state response.

United States response: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. response.

Global response: The World Health Organization guides the global response.



BEND,L OR -- Sheriff Shane Nelson says Deschutes County’s Sheriff’s Office lent a helping hand to Lane County last Friday amid the aftermath of the Holiday Farm Fire. Nelson says their deputies are assisting with roadblocks and helping protect residential property. He states that they are offering support towards the rebuild of the community and the homes they’ve lost. Nelson says officials have narrowed the list of missing persons in Lane County from over two-hundred people down to seven.

 

 



The Interfor Mill in Gilchrist has been bought by Neiman Enterprises of Wyoming and is expected to be back in operation November 1st. The mill closed due to COVID-19 in the spring putting about 150 people out of work. Deschutes County Commissioner Patti Adair took notice of the sale and says she looks forward to meeting the new owners. Commissioner Phil Henderson said the mill is needed and can help with fire prevention efforts in the years ahead. Commissioner Tony DeBone noted the reopening will bring back much needed jobs to the region that will produce finished wood products like windows and doors.



More progress reported on the Lionshead Fire although Information Officer Rick Barton says winds picked up yesterday. He says containment lines are holding. Barton says rain from one half to more than an inch is in the forecast. With a lot of smoke now cleared Barton says they’ve been able to use helicopters to fight the blaze the last three days. The Lionshead Fire now at 203-thousand-685-acres and 15-per cent containment.



An 18 year old woman from Sisters died in a wreck yesterday in Josephine county. Oregon State Police say Rianna McGonagle was driving southbound on Highway 199 about 12-15 Wednesday morning when the Chevrolet Malibu veered off the road and hit a tree. McGonagle died at the scene.  The investigation is ongoing.

 



BEND, OR -- Deschutes County has seen a spike in virus cases since Labor Day. Public Health Director Nahad Sadr-Azodi told county commissioners people who travel are at a higher risk of getting or transmitting the virus. He says contact tracers have found more than one-third of the September virus cases were among people who have travelled. Sadr-Azodi also says there has been an increase in virus cases with unknown linkages, which he called “scary, not good.” He says without knowing the source of infection it becomes more difficult to prevent virus spread. 



BEND, OR -- A fight broke out yesterday afternoon in downtown Bend. About 35 poeple were chanting and waving signs at the intersection of Wall Street and Newport Avenue to protest Kentucky grand jury’s ruling in the case of Breonna Taylor. According to Bend Police, a 32-year-old Bend woman was arguing with a 39-year-old man, also from Bend, when the woman sprayed the man with mace. The woman reported no injuries and didn’t wish to press charges. The man also declined to press charges.  He was treated by paramedics who arrived on scene. Neither were arrested.



Walden, Merkley, Wyden Applaud House Passage of Bill to Rename Bend VA Clinic after Robert Maxwell   

Robert Maxwell received the Medal of Honor for his service 

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Today, Representative Greg Walden (R-OR) and?Senators Jeff Merkley?(D-OR)?and Ron Wyden?(D-OR) applauded the House passage of a bill introduced by the delegation to rename the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) clinic in Bend after Robert Maxwell, a World War II veteran and Medal of Honor Recipient who lived in Bend.?? 

At the time of Maxwell’s passing, he was the oldest Medal of Honor recipient in the nation and one of four remaining veterans from World War II to be awarded the Medal of Honor. After his courageous service, he worked as a teacher in Bend. 
 
"Bob Maxwell represented the best of what Oregon and America have to offer,” said Walden, who introduced the bill in the House. “Bob Maxwell was a selfless public servant and a friend to all. Bob’s gallantry was well known. He threw his unprotected body on a German hand grenade to protect his comrades in WWII, which earned Bob Maxwell the highest military honor, his second Silver Star, a second Purple Heart, and a Bronze Star. Renaming the Bend VA Clinic after Bob will honor his service and commitment to this nation, his community, and his fellow service members. I am pleased that the House and Senate both quickly passed this bill, and I look forward to President Trump signing it into law - forever ensuring Bob’s legacy is honored and his heroism is remembered."

"From Robert Maxwell’s time in uniform during World War II to his long career as a teacher in Central Oregon, he answered the call to serve and put the needs of others first,” said Merkley, who introduced the bill in the Senate. “Naming Bend’s VA clinic after Mr. Maxwell is a fitting tribute to his service and commitment to his community. I’m pleased that this bill has now been approved by both chambers of Congress, and urge the president to sign it into law without delay."

"Robert Maxwell richly deserves this honor for his extraordinary service defending democracy in battlefields overseas and teaching young Oregonians in classrooms here at home,” Wyden said. “I’m proud to have worked on this legislation to name the VA clinic in Bend for this outstanding Oregonian so his legacy will live on for generations to come."

Oregon’s congressional delegation ?previously wrote to the Chairs and Ranking Members of the Senate and House Veterans Affairs committees? in support of the renaming. The City of Bend,? American Legion Department of Oregon,?Veterans of Foreign Wars Department of Oregon, and? Disabled American Veterans Department of Oregon? also advocated for the change.? 

There are currently six VA medical facilities across the country that are named after Medal of Honor recipients, including Loren R. Kaufman VA Clinic in The Dalles. The legislation passed the Senate last week and is now headed to President Trump’s desk for signing. 

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Oregon reports 193 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 6 new deaths

PORTLAND, Ore. — COVID-19 has claimed six more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 537, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 193 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today bringing the state total to 31,503.

The new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases reported today are in the following counties: Baker (1), Benton (2), Clackamas (9), Clatsop (2), Columbia (2), Coos (2), Deschutes (2), Douglas (1), Hood River (2), Jackson (22), Jefferson (3), Josephine (4), Klamath (1), Lane (36), Lincoln (1), Linn (2), Malheur (22), Marion (17), Multnomah (29), Polk (2), Umatilla (12), Wasco (4), Washington (14), and Yamhill (1).

Oregon’s 532nd COVID-19 death is a 93-year-old woman in Marion County who tested positive on September 11 and died on September 15 at Samaritan Albany General Hospital. She had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 533rd COVID-19 death is a 93-year-old woman in Multnomah County who tested positive on September 14 and died on September 15 at Portland Adventist Medical Center. She had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 534th COVID-19 death is an 82-year-old man in Washington County who tested positive on August 17 and died on September 19 at Legacy Meridian Park Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 535th COVID-19 death is a 75-year-old man in Lane County who tested positive on September 1 and died on September 22 in his residence. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 536th COVID-19 death is a 54-year-old man in Multnomah County who tested positive on September 3 and died on September 7 at Providence Portland Medical Center. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 537th COVID-19 death is a 95-year-old woman in Multnomah County who tested positive on July 17 and died on August 31 in her residence. She had underlying conditions.

NOTE: Updated information is available for Oregon’s 295th COVID-19 death, a 26-year-old man in Yamhill County. The updated death certificate does not list COVID-19 disease or SARS-CoV-2 as a cause of death or as a significant condition that contributed to his death, and he is no longer considered a COVID-19 related death or case.

OHA Releases Weekly Report

In today’s Weekly Report, OHA notes that the week of Sept. 14 through Sept. 20 reported new COVID-19 infections rose 17% from the week prior, to 1,511. The number of Oregonians newly tested rose 8%, to 18,840, and the percentage of tests that were positive rose from 5.6% to 6.2%. Eighteen Oregonians were reported to have died in association with COVID-19, compared to 29 the prior week. One hundred and sixteen Oregonians were hospitalized, up from 83 in the previous week. The age group with the highest incidence of reported infection continues to be 20–29-year-olds. People under 30 years old have accounted for 37% of reported cases.

OHA changes child care reporting guidelines

Starting today, Sept. 23, OHA is changing the process for reporting COVID-19 outbreaks in child care facilities. The change will provide a more transparent and comprehensive reporting of these cases.

Child care providers are required to report COVID-19 cases to their local health care authority. Since July, OHA has reported on outbreaks of 5 or more cases in facilities that enrolled 30 or more children in the Weekly COVID-19 Report.

Under the new reporting threshold, outbreaks of more than 2 children in facilities with a capacity of more than 16 children will now be reported, provided they are not siblings in the same household.

Stay informed about COVID-19:

Oregon response: The Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Office of Emergency Management lead the state response.

United States response: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. response.

Global response: The World Health Organization guides the global response.



STATE ISSUES INSURANCE EMERGENCY ORDER FOR WILDFIRE VICTIMS

 

News Release from Oregon Dept. of Consumer & Business Services
Posted on FlashAlert: September 23rd, 2020 9:25 AM

(Salem) – The Oregon Department of Consumer and Business Services’ Division of Financial Regulation has issued an insurance emergency order for people affected by the state’s wildfires. 

Insurance companies must immediately take steps to do the following until the order is no longer in effect: 

  • Extend all deadlines for policyholders to report claims or submit other communications related to claims
  • Take all practicable steps to provide opportunities for policyholders to report claims
  • Establish a grace period for premium payments for all insurance policies issued, delivered, or covering a risk in the affected areas
  • Suspend cancellations and nonrenewals

The order applies to several ZIP codes across the state. The division’s bulletin No. DFR 2020-16 provides a list of ZIP codes that are subject to the order. 

“We issued this order to make sure evacuees and other Oregonians affected by these wildfires are able to access the insurance resources they need, especially while they are displaced,” said DCBS Director and Insurance Commissioner Andrew Stolfi. “We appreciate all the work our state’s insurance representatives are doing to help their customers right now, and we encourage everyone to be patient and work together throughout the recovery process.”

If your home or property was damaged by the wildfires, contact your insurance company as soon as possible to discuss your situation and learn next steps. If you still have concerns, the division’s consumer advocates are here to help. Call 888-877-4894 (toll-free) or email dfr.insurancehelp@oregon.gov.

Visit the division's wildfire insurance resource page to view the order, bulletin, and more insurance information.

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About DCBS: The Department of Consumer and Business Services is Oregon's largest business regulatory and consumer protection agency. For more information, visit www.dcbs.oregon.gov. 

About Oregon DFR: The Division of Financial Regulation is part of the Department of Consumer and Business Services, Oregon’s largest business regulatory and consumer protection agency. Visit www.dcbs.oregon.gov and http://dfr.oregon.gov/Pages/index.aspx.



BEACHIE CREEK FIRE UPDATE – September 23, 2020  

Acres: 192,828 acres                                                                                           Percent Containment: 46% 

Start Date: August 16, 2020                                                                              Cause: Under Investigation 

Origin Location: Opal Creek Wilderness:                                                   Fuels: Timber and logging slash 

two miles south of Jawbone Flats,                                                               Resources: 800                                                       

six miles north of Detroit, Oregon.                                                               Flights: Temporary Flight Restriction    

 

Very little growth on Beachie Creek fire 

Firefighters and public to watch for falling trees Wednesday  

                                                                                          

Salem, Ore. – A strong cold front pushes over the Willamette Valley Wednesday bringing sustained winds of 20 miles per hour and gusts as high as 45. The fire has had minimal growth, and little is expected. The bigger concern today is wind that could blow down weakened and burned trees or cause large limbs to drop. The Incident Management Team encourages residents to look up and around and be aware of these hazards. 

Heavy rain arrives late Wednesday and into Thursday. It will assist in the firefighting effort; however, additional moisture could cause rock and mudslides in steep slopes. On the north side of the fire, there is a hard closure through the Molalla River area where falling debris is likely after the severe burn there. There will be a temporary gate installed on the Molalla road this morning near Trout Creek road to help restrict public access into the fire area. In Butte Creek and well within the perimeter, the fire is creeping down a slope and sheltered from the wind. On the western fire edge, a timber company is contracted to use heavy equipment to clear vegetation and build a 20-mile control line in Abiqua Creek. There is a secondary control line in place to protect the Silver Falls area. The north and western edges are secure. 

Along the Highway 22 corridor, 115 Canadian firefighters and 18 engines are making great progress building fire line and destroying hot spots and smoldering tree stumps from Lyons, Mill City, and to Gates. Firefighters are mitigating hazards north of Gates in the Elk Horn / North Fork areas which remain closed. South of Highway 22, crews improved defensible space in the Rock Creek area. Throughout the fire perimeter, there is a Temporary Flight Restriction (TRF) which was violated Tuesday by two aircraft and a paraglider. Firefighting aircraft are grounded when the public violates the TFR.  

The Incident Management Team prepared for today’s weather system. It will not be like the Labor Day event. The Marion and Linn County Sherriff Offices continue to evaluate  and lower evacuation levels but are asking residents to stay connected with their websites and alerts:   

The Willamette National Forest, Bureau of Land Management, and State lands around the fire remain closed to the public. Go to InciWeb.gov for more information about closures in the area. 

                                                             

Public Contact Information: 

Facebook.com/BeachieCreekFire2020 

Email: 2020.beachiecreek@firenet.gov 

Phone: 541-583-0526, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. 

Inciweb 

https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/incident/7001/ 

Smoke and Air Quality http://oregonsmoke.blogspot.com/p/air-quality-now.html 

  https://wildlandfiresmoke.net/outlooks 



Deschutes County has been approached by a company called Bio Carbon Solution Global to build a Total Recovery Facility. The head of solid waste Timm Schimke, explained to county commissioners the company says it will take all incoming waste at the Negus Transfer Station and remove metal, glass and non-carbon materials. He says Bio Carbon would take what’s left over and turn that waste into liquid fuel products. However, after lengthy discussion, commissioners agreed to discuss the issue with a consultant before making any commitment.

 



Two people are lodged in the Deschutes County Jail following a high-speed chase early Monday. A sheriff’s deputy tried to stop a 2012 BMW on Northwest Way and Upas (You-pus) Avenue in Redmond. Lieutenant William Bailey says the driver sped off, hitting speeds of 100 miles an hour. He says the deputy lost sight of the car on Highway 126 near Cline Falls Road however, other police agencies helped out. Bailey says the driver and the passenger were found and both had climbed into trees about 200 yards apart. 38-year-old Nicholas B. Bourland of Bend jailed on felony driving charges. 33-year-old Natalie J. Donohoe of Bend jailed for possession of methamphetamine. 

 



Unemployment has dropped again in Central Oregon. Economist Damon Runberg says the rate in Deschutes county was 10-point-9-per cent in July and last month fell to 7-point-7-per cent. He says Crook county fell to 8-point-9-per cent from 11-point-4-percent in July. Runberg says Jefferson county fell from 11-point-1 in July to 9-point-1 per cent in August. But Runberg says September may be a different story as the hazardous level of wildfire smoke may have kept people at home, hurting businesses. He says overall however, Central Oregon’s unemployment rates are moving in the right direction. 



BEND, OR -- A former Redmond Police detective will serve five days in jail and get 18 months probation for sexting a drug informant, according to court documents obtained by Central Oregon Daily News.   Cory Buckley was charged in June for allegedly sexting and having sexual encounters with a drug investigation informant. The woman made a complaint after Buckley resigned in January of this year while he was under investigation on a different matter.   Buckley pleaded guilty to official Misconduct earlier this month. For the full story, go here https://centraloregondaily.com/former-redmond-detective-to-serve-5-days-in-jail-for-sexting-drug-informant/

 



Oregon reports 328 new confirmed and presumptive COVID-19 cases, 3 new deaths

PORTLAND, Ore. — COVID-19 has claimed three more lives in Oregon, raising the state’s death toll to 532, the Oregon Health Authority reported at 12:01 a.m. today.

Oregon Health Authority reported 328 new confirmed and presumptive cases of COVID-19 as of 12:01 a.m. today bringing the state total to 31,313.

The new cases are in the following counties: Benton (6), Clackamas (31), Clatsop (2), Columbia (3), Coos (3), Crook (1), Curry (1), Deschutes (11), Douglas (10), Hood River (1), Jackson (12), Jefferson (1), Josephine (4), Klamath (2), Lane (32), Lincoln (1), Linn (10), Malheur (14), Marion (38), Multnomah (60), Polk (9), Umatilla (3), Wasco (25), Washington (42), and Yamhill (6).

Oregon’s 530th COVID-19 death is a 73-year-old man in Marion County who tested positive on Sept.10 and died on Sept. 20, in his residence. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 531st COVID-19 death is a 41-year-old man in Malheur County who tested positive on Sept. 15 and died on Sept. 20. Place of death is being confirmed. He had underlying conditions.

Oregon’s 532nd COVID-19 death is a 64-year-old woman in Malheur County who tested positive on Sept. 1 and died on Sept. 20, at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical Center in Boise, Idaho. She did not have underlying conditions.

Stay informed about COVID-19:

Oregon response: The Oregon Health Authority and Oregon Office of Emergency Management lead the state response.

United States response: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention leads the U.S. response.

Global response: The World Health Organization guides the global response.



The League of Women Voters of Deschutes County is joining the City Club of Central Oregon in presenting candidate forums for the November election and the first one is tonight. The forum starts at 7-o’clock and can be seen on the City Club You Tube Channel. The President of the League of Women Voters, Carole Loesche  says tonight’s forum is for the 2nd Congressional District. However Republican candidate Cliff Bentz declined the invitation



BEND, OR -- The Bend La Pine Schools Board Meeting is today and will be a virtual meeting with a live stream beginning with a Work Session at 5:30. The agenda includes an update from Superintendent Lora Nordquist about school reopening. The Board will also discuss the formation of an Equity Coalition. There will also be an update on the search for a new Bend La Pine Schools Superintendent. 



Congressman Greg Walden has issued a statement following the death of former Congressman Bob Smith. Walden says Smith was a one-of-a-kind rancher, legislator and advocate for the eastern Oregon way of life. Smith served in the Oregon Legislature from 1960 to 1982. He was elected to the 2nd Congressional District where he served from 1983-to-1995 and again from 1997 to 1999.  Smith died yesterday in Medford at the age of 89.


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