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  1. Rain and Wind Dominate the Weekend — December 20, 2014
  2. Ashland Ice Skating Rink Opens — December 20, 2014
  3. SOU Raiders Return Home — December 20, 2014
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Two NYPD Officers Ambushed and Killed

(CNN) — The New York Police Department is mourning the death of two of their own. Two officers were killed Saturday by a lone gunman. NYC Police Commissioner William Bratton says Officers Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos were shot while they sat in their patrol car in Brooklyn. Both sustained gunshot wounds to the head. … Continue reading »

Simon Hare Issues Public Apology

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Josephine County Commissioner Simon Hare has issued a public apology for sending lewd texts to two young women using someone else’s phone. The issue first came to light when the father of one of the women read the text messages out loud during a public meeting in front of the Josephine … Continue reading »

Search for Suspect in Police Chase

NEAR KENO, Ore. — Oregon State Police are still searching for a suspect involved in a police chase on Friday night. Two men is in police custody after “an attempt to elude” just after 7 p.m. on Highway 66 between Keno and Ashland. Oregon State Police say three suspects fled a 1999 Ford SUV after a traffic … Continue reading »

Chicken Pox and Pertussis Concerns

ASHLAND, Ore. — There are currently 20 cases of chicken pox among school age children in Ashland. 16 of those are in kids at the Willow Wind Alternative Program. Of the 10 cases of pertussis in the county, only one is in Ashland. To stop the spread of these diseases, the district is looking into … Continue reading »

Klamath Falls School Under Construction

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A new school being built from the ground up in Klamath Falls is making fast progress. The company doing the building, Bogatay Construction, are showing off their progress online. They say in just seven days, the New Henley Elementary School has gone from a concrete slab to having concrete walls being … Continue reading »

U.S. Forest Service Hiring

MEDFORD, Ore. — Starting January, the U.S. Forest Service will hire 600 people in Oregon and Washington for temporary positions, including Southern Oregon. The jobs are for various specialties ranging from fire and trial management to recreation and botany. There are three phases to the hiring process. You can start to apply the first week … Continue reading »

Outstanding Administrator of the Year

MEDFORD, Ore. — Several teachers are coming together to make sure one local principal’s efforts are recognized. Ron Beick from North Medford High School was named Administrator of the Year by the Oregon Music Education Association. He is being recognized for his support for the music and arts program. He is one of two administrators … Continue reading »

Out & About: Last Weekend Before X-Mas

It’s the last weekend before Christmas, and there are plenty of events to enjoy with the whole family. One that’s celebrating the traditional holiday sweaters of the season. Medford’s Ugly Sweater 5k This will be the second year for Medford’s Ugly Sweater 5K. Runners will meet at the starting line at 101 South Bartlett Street … Continue reading »

Release of “The Interview” Cancelled

(CNN) — U.S. investigators have determined hackers working for North Korea are behind the cyber-attack. This comes after a decision yesterday from Sony to pull the Christmas Day release of the controversial movie, “The Interview”, which jokes about the assassination of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. Some of the biggest theater chains in the … Continue reading »

The Story of Mr. Raider Football

Stan Smith is known to the Southern Oregon University football team as Mr. Raider Football and he tries to come to every game. Once a football star himself for the only undefeated team in school history, he and his family say football is in their blood. Although there’s an uncertainty if he will get to … Continue reading »

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