News Stories Tues., Aug. 28, 2018

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office issued an update yesterday afternoon on a shooting in Madras at the Tops Trailer court.   Deputies were dispatched yesterday morning around 2:30 AM to reports of shots being fired.  The Sheriff and Madras Police found a male victim who had been shot multiple times outside a trailer.   He was treated at the scene and taken to the hospital.  Following the initial investigation it was determined that 29 year old ALEJANDRO PINEDA REYNOSO of Madras  is a suspect in this shooting and remains at large.  Reynosa could be driving a Silver 1996 Acura passenger car with Oregon plate 424GAU. He  has an obvious mole on his left cheek.   The Jefferson County Sheriff is  asking for help from the community in locating the suspect. If you see or know where he is – call 911 immediately or the dispatch center at 541-475-2201. Reynosa considered armed and dangerous.

The Warm Springs Health & Wellness Center is hosting complete dental exams and fluoride varnishes for youth ages 1 – 18 this Thursday (8/30/18).  Families are asked to check in at patient registration and then the dental front desk between 8 & 11 am and 1 to 3 pm.  It’s summer break kids day for youth under 18 this Thursday at the Warm Springs Dental Clinic

At the Western Indian Regional Finals Rodeo last weekend in Madras Cowboys and Cowgirls gave it their all for the chance to compete at the National Finals in October in Las Vegas.  Congratulations to these INFP Qualifiers from Warm Springs – Joe Scott Jr for Saddle Bronc, Mike Holyan in Tie Down Roping, Clint Bruisedhead for Steer Wrestling, Jenna Johnson in Ladies Breakaway Roping, Sammy Bruisedhead in Senior Breakaway Roping, Brinley Holyan in Jr Barrel Racing and JB Bruised in Jr Breakaway Roping.  You can see a full list of qualifiers from last weekend’s Rodeo here: 2018 INFR Qualifiers