Ashley Hall

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Name: Ashley Hall
Date registered: May 4, 2012

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  1. HealthWatch: Healthy Sleep Habits — October 31, 2014
  2. Consumer Reports: Top Juicers — October 31, 2014
  3. CONSUMER REPORTS: Air Purifiers — October 27, 2014
  4. Consumer Reports: Flu Vaccines — September 29, 2014
  5. Statement from Weed Mill Owners — September 16, 2014

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Evac. Advisory Near Happy Camp Complex

HAPPY CAMP, Cal. — Because of increased fire activity of the Happy Camp Complex, the Siskiyou County Sheriff’s office is issuing an Evacuation Advisory for people in all areas north and south of Scott River Road between Bridge Flat and Joyland Gulch. This includes Boulder Creek Road, Kelsey Creek Road, Forest Service Road 44n45, Lover’s … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: Back to School

Forward: There are two versions of this post.  I couldn’t decide which one was a better description of this time of year. VERSION 1: UGH.  (That’s about all I can muster for today) VERSION 2: Yay!  School, soccer, and swimming are all back in session. (why can’t I find a sarcastic font?) Growing up, I … Continue reading »

Fund Set up for Injured Officer

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — As Klamath County Sheriff’s Deputy Jason Weber receives treatment in Portland for a gunshot to the face and side,the Klamath County Peace Officers Association has opened a bank account in Deputy Weber’s name to give the public a way of supporting the family after the shooting. Donations to help with Deputy … Continue reading »

Anchor Mom: #LikeAKid

When my daughter was born, I was really concerned about the impact of having too much pink. So our crib sheets, high chair, and car seat were all neutral.  It did not stop her from wanting her nails painted (mine never are), choosing pink as her favorite color, and pretending to be a princess.  But … Continue reading »

Mom Arrested, Child Returned to Dad

MEDFORD, Ore. –  After being missing for nearly a year, a little boy is being reunited with his dad.  U.S. Marshals, Jackson County Sheriff’s Officers, Oregon State Police, Oregon Department of Human Services and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives all worked together to arrest the woman. Police have been looking for 31 … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Laptops for Students

YONKERS, N.J. — As the school year approaches, even the youngest students can expect some keyboard time in the classroom. For first through fifth graders, Consumer Reports says a good choice is a  low-cost Chromebook because they are lightweight laptops that run Google’s Chrome operating system. Parents can set up supervised user accounts that restrict  … Continue reading »

Rogue River Rd Fire Now Six Times Larger

10:30AM UPDATE: New Estimates put the fire at 600 acres, 10% containment. 229 people are working the fire, along with 8 helicopters and 3 airtankers. SHADY COVE, Ore. — Fire Crews battling the fire near Shady Cove are taking advantage of the rain’s help reinforcing the south side of the fire where it grew out … Continue reading »

More Evacuation Notices for July Complex

FORT JONES, Cal. — There are new evacuation advisories from the July Complex in southern Siskiyou County.  The fire’s incident commander says that if the fire conditions worse, people should be prepared for the possibility of an evacuation at the Black Bear Ranch, Godfrey Ranch and Blue Ridge Ranch. This impacts people West/SouthWest of Whites … Continue reading »

“Tattoo’s” for Prosthetic Limbs

CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. — A veteran is trying to help out others who havesuffered limb losses and need prosthetics by decorating them for free. It’s basically like a tattoo for the prosthetic. The company in Corpus Christi, Texas, called Lonestar Concepts and Design, is a a hydro graphics printing shop. They can cover a surface … Continue reading »

The Story Behind the Photos

MEDFORD, Ore. — In the world of photography, is it better to be good or lucky?  Based on recent photos, Jim “Hazy” Haseltine is both. The civilian professional photographer has all the clearance to fly with the military, and frequently does.  But a trip into the sky meant to take some photos of Kingsley Field’s F-15s … Continue reading »

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