KWSO News Oct. 25, 2018

Warm Springs Telco Manager Tim York reports ongoing troubleshooting efforts with phone and internet services.  Their goal is to identify problems and work through them to resolution.   Most customers know the routine of unplugging your router – waiting a minute and then plugging it back in.  After about 5 minutes – this should reset your connection.  If that doesn’t work – call the Telco at 541-615-0555 and request help in restoring your connection.  The ongoing efforts to improve service have led to the discovery of additional complications that Telco is working through.

A judge has ruled that Gov. Kate Brown’s administration has until 5 p.m. Friday to release about 250 bill proposals for 2019. The Oregonian/OregonLive reports Marion County Circuit Court Judge Audrey Broyles ruled Wednesday, saying there’s a significant public interest in the documents being disclosed. The case centers on whether Brown and state agencies she oversees can keep bill proposals confidential while legislative lawyers are drafting legislation.

Records released this week show that an Oregon woman likely killed in a cougar attack near Mount Hood suffered a broken neck and had over a dozen puncture wounds to the nape of her neck. Those injuries and others on Diana Bober’s hands “appeared to be consistent with an animal attack,” staff in the Clackamas County medical examiner’s office determined, according to a state police report.

Eight small schools will play in a 1-day six man football festival to determine a champion for the new pilot Six Man Football program. The games will be at Madras High School this Saturday. Games will start at 10am with Eddyville and South Wasco. The other games are at 1,4 and 7pm and the teams Echo, Gilchrist, Power, Harper, Joseph and McKenzie. Tickets will be $8 for adults and $5 students.

Madras Girls Soccer has a play in game tomorrow – it is a 6:30pm game at Henley.

Madras Boys Soccer will host a playoff game on Tuesday next week against a still to be named opponent.