Hannah Everman

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Name: Hannah Everman
Date registered: September 11, 2013

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  1. White City Gun Range Will Re-Open — July 23, 2014
  2. Charges Dropped Against OSF Actor — July 23, 2014
  3. Siskiyou County on Alert for Fires — July 23, 2014
  4. Murder Suspect Arrested in Cave Junction — July 23, 2014
  5. New “Dark Mail” May Help Deter NSA Spies — July 23, 2014

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Grass Fire on Surrey Drive in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — A grass fire is flaming on Surrey Drive in Medford right now. One helicopter and about 50 firefighters, including crews from the Oregon Department of Forestry, are on the ground  working to knock down the fire. It’s at about 8 acres now, and fire officials still aren’t sure how it started. Firefighters did … Continue reading »

White River Fire Fully Contained

NEAR PINE GROVE, Ore. – Oregon Department of Forestry reported Friday morning that the White River Fire is fully contained. Most of the firefighters who have been mopping up the 652 acre White River Fire are heading home today. The direction of further mop-up operations on the White River Fire has been returned to The Dalles … Continue reading »

AIDS Researchers Aboard Airplane

(CNN) — President Obama spoke this morning on the Malaysian Airplane tragedy. He said evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by a surfaced-air missile that was launched from an area that is controlled by “Russian-backed separatists inside of Ukraine.” The President also confirmed that on board the Malaysian Airlines Flight MH-17, there were … Continue reading »

Sergi Fired from Sheriff’s Office

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Jackson County sheriff’s lieutenant who challenged Sheriff Mike Winters in the May primary election has been fired. Bob Sergi was let go on Monday, and the sheriff’s office confirmed he is no longer employed there. Sergi believes the firing is fallout from his attempt to run for sheriff, and said he … Continue reading »

Klamath Man Arrested in Josephine County

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore. — Oregon State Police arrested a Klamath County man Tuesday evening in Josephine County who was wanted for Attempted Murder. The warrant issued for him was in relation to a Klamath County Sheriff’s Office investigation into a shots fired incident in Sprague River in May of 2013. On Tuesday evening OSP troopers … Continue reading »

Volunteers Help People in Crisis

MEDFORD, Ore. — Lezley Sanders answers the phone at the Community Works Crisis Helpline, “Good morning, Helpline.” She has been a volunteer at Helpline for the past 16 years. “I think one little thing that I can do is answer a phone at a crisis line, we all have time to do that.” The Crisis … Continue reading »

Ballot Measure Begins Open Primaries

MEDFORD, Ore. – A newly-approved ballot measure in Oregon could soon drastically change the way the state votes. The Secretary of State’s office has verified the signatures on a petition to hold open primary elections. That means any voter — democrat, republic, independent, or non-affiliated — will get to vote on any candidate. The measure … Continue reading »

School Looked at for Undocumented Kids

(CNN) — A vacant Houston middle school could be used to house undocumented immigrant children crossing into Texas from Mexico. A spokeswoman for Houston Independent School District said there has been no definitive request to lease Terrell Middle School. Border patrol facilities have been flooded with an influx of immigrant children coming into the U.S. … Continue reading »

Chet’s Moving; But Flower Baskets Stay

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Chet’s Garden Center in downtown Grants Pass announced that it will be moving to a new location in December. Chet’s owner, Cliff Bennett, said he has bought property in Brookings, Ore. and plans to open the nursery there in February. Cliff and his son, Travis, have been responsible for hanging and … Continue reading »

A Count of Structures Destroyed by Fire

NEAR SPRAGUE RIVER, Ore. — For the first time since the Moccasin Hill fire broke out near Sprague River, we’re getting an accurate number of how many structures have been destroyed. The Oregon Department of Forestry said the count is up to 33, many of those structures being homes. They said the homes were destroyed … Continue reading »

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