Erin Maxson

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Name: Erin Maxson
Date registered: May 4, 2012

Biography

Erin Maxson co-anchors Newswatch 12 This Morning with Ron Brown. Erin was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota but later moved to a small town in Iowa. While in high school there, she fell in love with journalism. As a proud Panther at the University of Northern Iowa, Erin received her Degree in Electronic Media. Along the way she joined the Alpha Delta Pi sorority and served as their chapter president. College also provided Erin with a chance to work with Mark Stines at Entertainment Tonight in Los Angeles after graduation. After a short run as assistant editor for a small town newspaper in Iowa, Erin landed her first T.V. job at KIMT News 3. There she served the people of North Iowa and Southern Minnesota as weekend anchor and weekday reporter for two years. A special piece on taser guns won Erin an Eric Sevareid Award. In March of 2009, Erin drove the three day trek to Oregon. Although the vast golden corn fields are gone, Erin is excited about the mountain scapes that surround the area. If you have a story you’d like Erin to cover or just want to say hi, send her an email, she’d love to hear from the people of Southern Oregon and Northern California.

Latest posts

  1. Sustainable Table: All About Alpacas — March 5, 2014
  2. Sustainable Table: Juicing 101 — February 27, 2014
  3. 15-Year-Old Girl Found Safe — February 24, 2014
  4. Medford Brewery Makes Major Switch — January 7, 2014
  5. Zumba in the Classroom Fights Obesity — December 16, 2013

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Sustainable Table: Medford’s DishCrawl

  MEDFORD, Ore. — Half a dozen restaurants have moved into downtown Medford in the past year and there’s a new movement to highlight both the new and established locally owned eateries. People new and familiar with Medford’s food scene are crawling all over downtown for Medford’s DishCrawl. DishCrawl organizer Michael Davis explains why, “It’s … Continue reading »

A 7-Hour Search For Suspect Is Now Over

[UPDATE] After a seven hour search overnight, Medford Police arrested Abdul Blair. Medford Police say Blair has violated a restraining order several times by going to a home on Table Rock Road. They say he went to that home again last night and stole a computer, cell phone and other items. Police say they arrested Blair … Continue reading »

Sustainable Table: Slow Money

MEDFORD, Ore. — Words like “capital,” “enterprise,” and “economics” may not conjure up images of locally grown lettuce or the farmer’s market, but a diverse group of people invested in local food production want to change that. Over a dinner of local food and wine, local investors and leaders in the food industry met to … Continue reading »

Sustainable Table: Albertson’s

ASHLAND, Ore. — A grocery store was named “Ashland’s Business Conservationalist of the Year” in 2012, and their efforts to produce zero waste are paying off in more ways then one. The Albertson’s store in Ashland went through a green remodel one year ago. One of the many things they changed to be more energy … Continue reading »

Caveman Statue Relocating to High School

An iconic Grants Pass figure could soon be calling a school home. Currently, “The Caveman” is located near the Chamber of Commerce Building. Three Grants Pass high school alumni’s who were part of installing it are thinking about moving it to their old high school. “Possibility of putting in where the score board is at … Continue reading »

National Parks Bring Millions For State

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — Thirty-eight and a half million dollars is what the two national parks in Southern Oregon are generating for the communities surrounding them. The National Park Service says it’s part of a $30 billion income from park visits across the nation in 2011. Crater Lake National Park brought in more than 400,000 … Continue reading »

Fred Meyer Recalls Some Bakery Items

CLACKAMAS, Ore. — Fred Meyer’s bakery issued a recall Tuesday after finding pieces of plastic in some of its bread. The company is investigating how this occurred. It says it was first discovered in its bakery in Clackamas, and it has not heard from any customers about it. Fred Meyer says the products were delivered … Continue reading »

Sustainable Table: Pasture to Plate

ASHLAND, Ore. — There are many local meat producers in Southern Oregon. There are also many consumers, from families and schools to restaurants and grocery stores, but connecting producer to consumer without a middle man can present some challenges. The cows out to pasture on Valley View Beef Ranch in Ashland are all mamas and … Continue reading »

Custom Car Show This Weekend

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Hot rods, vintage cars and roadsters are once again rolling into the Rogue Valley. It’s all part of the 36th Annual Southern Oregon Rod And Custom Show. The Rogue Valley street rods is preparing the Expo at the Jackson County Fairgrounds for more than a hundred cars and 70 vendors. The … Continue reading »

Sustainable Table: Giving Tree

MEDFORD, Ore. — On a day full of sunshine, perhaps you were tempted to do a little yard work. For most places in Southern Oregon it’s a good time to start pruning your fruit trees, and while you’re at it, find out the do’s and don’ts of creating a “giving tree.” If you were lucky … Continue reading »

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