Joe Wilson

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Name: Joe Wilson
Date registered: June 18, 2013

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  1. Car Crash Sends Man to Hospital — December 19, 2014
  2. Charter Pulled from Medford Elks Lodge — December 19, 2014
  3. California in Dire Need of Rain — December 18, 2014
  4. Police Search for Burglary Suspect — December 17, 2014
  5. Festival of Trees Marks Record Year — December 17, 2014

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Car Crash Sends Man to Hospital

MEDFORD, Ore. – Police are still piecing together details of a car versus motorcycle accident that happened on S. Riverside Ave. and Bank St. According to officers, an elderly female driver crossing Riverside failed to yield the right of way to a motorcycle causing the crash. Police said the motorcycle rider was transported to the hospital … Continue reading »

Charter Pulled from Medford Elks Lodge

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford chapter of the Elks Lodge is out of business, after members unexpectedly found their charter revoked. David Gerten became a member of the lodge last year, and says he was notified late Thursday night of the revocation by the Grand Order in Chicago, though no reason was given. He said he … Continue reading »

California in Dire Need of Rain

CNN – According to a study from NASA, California needs roughly 11 trillion gallons of rain to survive its extreme drought. That’s enough water to fill 17-million Olympic swimming pools. Officials say the situation is so dire, the flooding that struck the state earlier this year barely made a dent in the drought. Most of … Continue reading »

Police Search for Burglary Suspect

[UPDATE: 3:52 P.M.] Police say they found Richard Wadley Wednesday afternoon as he tried to enter a Medford pawnshop. MEDFORD, Ore. – Police are seeking the public’s help finding a man in connection to a burglary on the 1000 block of Sunset Ave. Police said on December 9th, a vehicle was broken into, and the … Continue reading »

Festival of Trees Marks Record Year

MEDFORD, Ore. – For the first time since the 2008 recession, the Providence Festival of Trees has raised more than half a million dollars. The 2014 Festival – which ran from December 3rd thought the 7th – earned $523,000 to support the building of a new Interventional Recovery Unit at Providence Medford Medical Center. More … Continue reading »

Man Accused of Tossing Pipe Bombs

PORTLAND, Ore. – A manhunt is underway for a suspect accused of throwing pipe bombs out of his car during a police chase. Officers said on Tuesday, 43 year-old Neal Panschow took off when they tried to pull him over. According to police, when they started to follow, Panschow started tossing pipe bombs out of … Continue reading »

Toys R Us Braces for Holiday Blitz

CNN – Toys R Us is ready for the last-minute Christmas rush. The company says it will keep its stores open for 39 straight hours on December 23rd and Christmas Eve – including its Medford location. Its flagship Times Square Location in New York will also open its doors Wednesday December 17th at 7:00 A.M., … Continue reading »

Local Starbucks Customers Pay It Forward

MEDFORD, Ore. – An instance of “paying it forward” happened in the Rogue Valley as customers at the Starbucks on Crater Lake Highway spent Tuesday morning paying it backwards in the drive-thru line. According to staff, customers spontaneous started paying for the person behind them in line who placed an order. It resembles similar events all over … Continue reading »

Oregon Employment At All Time High

MEDFORD, Ore. – Seasonally adjusted payroll employment in Oregon jumped to a record level of 1,740,800, marking the most number of workers ever employed in the state. The addition of 11,200 jobs in November means the number of working Oregonians is now 3,000 more than the prior peak reached in December of 2007. November also … Continue reading »

Dozens of Children Killed in Pakistan

(CNN) — The Taliban stormed a military-run school in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday and gunned down nearly 140 people, most of them children, in one of the country’s deadliest attacks in recent weeks. Hours after the attack, the Pakistani military was still exchanging gunfire with the militants inside the Army Public School and Degree College, … Continue reading »

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