Police found the woman, identified by family as Danielle Griffin, Saturday on a bike path in Klamath Falls. She was flown to a Portland hospital for treatment of gunshot wounds.
Tom Cotter literally wrote the book(s) on barn finds. In our new series, Tom travels the country in his 1939 Ford Woodie Wagon, searching for forgotten classics in barns, backyards and scrapyards. This time, Tom's in Savannah, Ga., where he finds a British classic that's made its way to the U.S. from Australia and a muscle car lover's dream. For more about Shell and Quaker State, visit http://www.shell.us and http://www.quakerstate.com For more on Tom's "In the Barn" series, visit http://www.amazon.com/Tom-Cotter/e/B001IGWX82 Subscribe! | http://bit.ly/1sddOmD LIKE us on FACEBOOK | https://www.facebook.com/HagertyClass... FOLLOW us on TWITTER | https://twitter.com/hagerty JOIN our circle on GOOGLE PLUS | https://plus.google.com/+Hagerty FOLLOW us on INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/hagertyclassicc... Find out more about Hagerty | http://www.hagerty.com HAGERTY VALUATION TOOLS | https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... FEATURED VIDEOS | https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... RIDE ALONGS | https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list... Hagerty is your definitive source for all things classic: compelling stories about cool cars and the people who love them; the latest on collector car values and market trends; and all the eye candy, roaring engines and nostalgia you can handle. So strap down, settle in and cruise with us a while. We’re glad you’re here. Contact us. Phone: 877-922-9701 Fax: 231-941-8227 Suggestions and/or Complaints: Your2Cents@hagerty.com Marketing & Event Inquiries: email@example.com Media Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Rosalie "Rosie" Méndez Hamlin was born in Klamath Falls, Oregon, on July 21, 1945, to a Mexican mother and an Anglo-American father. She spent part of her childhood between Anchorage, Alaska and California, before her family moved to National City, California. She started singing with a band at thirteen. She wrote the lyrics for "Angel Baby" as a poem for "my very first boyfriend" when she was 14 years old, still attending Mission Bay High School in San Diego, California.When she was 15, she and some friends rented the only recording studio they could find within 100 miles of San Diego located in San Marcos, California, to record the song. The studio was owned by an airplane mechanic who had taken part of his hangar to make it. The resulting record had a very simplistic sound, and, in fact, was eventually slightly damaged from excessive playing, so the group was unable to find a record label to distribute it. Finally, after taking the master to a department store, they convinced a manager to play it in the listening booth of the store's music department. The song received positive reactions from teenage listeners, and a scout from Highland Records offered the group a recording contract, under the condition that the company take possession of the master recording, and that David Ponce be named as the author of the song, as he was the eldest member of the group. "Angel Baby" made its radio debut in November 1960, before the group had even received their contract. When the contract finally came, Hamlin found that she was ineligible to collect record royalties from the song because she was not listed as the songwriter. This led to the group's break-up, and although Hamlin secured the copyright to her music in 1961, decades of battles over royalties followed. In 1961, "Angel Baby" was also released in Canada on the Zirkon label and in Australia and England on London Records. The British release slightly edited the intro.
On the 5th edition of our #TalkDeath series, funeral law specialist Tanya Marsh and chair of the National Home Funeral Alliance, Lee Webster answered all of your questions LIVE. We got questions about funeral law, burial alternatives, legal rights after you die, viking burials and of course, the possibility of having a Tibetan sky burial in your backyard. Read more here: http://www.qeepr.com/blog/talkdeath-who-owns-your-body-recap
Forest Fires Oregon Klamath County AMAZING! ---------------------- On my family's annual road trip to Train Mountain ( www.TMRR.org ) in Klamath County, Oregon (Just South of Creator Lake), us Mid-Westerners got treated to what a Forest Fire can do, and I'm not talking about just the fire, I'm talking about Just the Smoke! This literally looked like a smoggy day in Beijing! (Though the wife said it's not as bad as some days in Beijing). This was still amazing to me. Terrible, but amazing, as I've never seen the likes of this in the good old USA. If anything, Please let this be a warning to not toss cigarette butts out the car window, make sure your camp fires are under control and fully extinguished when done. Photos at the beginning were the day after, with the Wind blowing the opposite way. Both "Local" and California Wildfires contributed to the smoke. It was all on the News Reports. Smoke blowing up from California, and also blowing from the west. Live wildfire and forest fire updates would have been appreciated. As a Tourist, We had no idea what was going on and couldn't get a straight answer. And since we were CAMPING in a FOREST, it was quite concerning. ---You can get UNLIMITED Supercharging and $1000 discount on purchase of your Tesla Model S or X by using my Referral Link: http://ts.la/christopher5460 ----- ---If you Find my Content Helpful, and Wish to contribute to creation of more content, please consider supporting me through https://www.patreon.com/KmanAuto ►https://www.facebook.com/KmanAuto ►https://www.YouTube.com/KmanAuto ►http://www.SuperchargerTravel.com ►https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMr8AuzRAq0DrJUXFh9hN0Q KmanEnergy email@example.com 414-807-8354
Dr. Tom Connolly (Director of Archaeological Research, UO Museum of Natural and Cultural History) Kalapuya Archaeology: The Cultural Record of the Willamette Valley before 1850 January 30, 2018 - Eugene, Oregon Early historic accounts of the Kalapuya Indians failed to account for the fact that Native groups in the Willamette Valley had and were experiencing catastrophic population declines due to introduced epidemic diseases. This disrupted all aspects of life, from cultural practices to land use geography, and, as a result, pre-contact culture and history of the Kalapuya have often been misrepresented. This talk will draw from reliable historical, ethnographic, and archaeological records to revisit the Kalapuya legacy in the Willamette Valley.
Religious items were damaged at famous St. Mary's Cemetery.
A state trooper came to the rescue of a bald eagle hit by a Jeep on Florida's Turnpike.
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