Kasey Kershner

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Name: Kasey Kershner
Date registered: March 3, 2014

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  1. Providence Offers Employee Mammograms — October 16, 2014
  2. Harry & David Hiring for the Season — October 16, 2014
  3. Shake Out Prompts Emergency Reminders — October 16, 2014
  4. Last Day of Fire Season For SW Oregon — October 15, 2014
  5. Boles Fire Suspect in Court This Week — October 13, 2014

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Providence Offers Employee Mammograms

MEDFORD, Ore. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and medical professionals are making a push for all women to get regular mammograms this month and year round. At Providence Medford Medical’s Breast Center, administrators are encouraging staff to lead by example to get mammograms by offering free exams for all employees all day. The … Continue reading »

Harry & David Hiring for the Season

MEDFORD, Ore. — Harry and David is gearing up for this year’s holiday season. Over the next few months, the company plans to take on more than a thousand new employees. Managers are looking to fill about 1,100 jobs in the next two months. At a hiring event on Thrusday, each department with open positions … Continue reading »

Shake Out Prompts Emergency Reminders

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Thursday was the Great Shake Out Event, meant to practice responding to an earthquake. The Jackson County Emergency Management Team was one of the supporters of the Shake Out Event and even participated in the drill at their office. Officials say drills like this are a good reminder for everyone to … Continue reading »

Last Day of Fire Season For SW Oregon

MEDFORD, Ore. — Fire season ended on Wednesday for Oregon Department of Forestry-protected lands in Southwest Oregon. Fire season started on June 2 this year, and lasted 136 days. Rainfall of at least one-half inch was recorded in many parts of the district, which includes state, private, county, city and Bureau of Land Management forest … Continue reading »

Boles Fire Suspect in Court This Week

YREKA, Calif. –  After nearly four weeks of investigation, a suspect has been arrested for starting the Boles Fire. 24-year-old Ronald Beau Marshall of Weed was arrested on Saturday and booked into the Siskiyou County Jail on a felony warrant. The District Attorney expects Marshall to be in court for an arraignment this week to hear … Continue reading »

Roseburg Mill In Weed Reopens

WEED, Calif. — Almost all 135 workers from the mill in Weed returned to work  on Monday. The Roseburg Forest Products plant in Weed reopened after being damaged in the boles fire. The mill had to be shut down when it was damaged, and several employees were displaced. Over the last few weeks, outside contractors … Continue reading »

Follow Coats For Kids After the Barrel

MEDFORD, Ore. — Every kid needs to stay warm in the winter, but not every child has access to a proper coat. NewsWatch 12 hosts the Coats for Kids campaign every year so children all across Southern Oregon have something to wear. After coats are dropped at one of the nearly 80 locations in Jackson, … Continue reading »

Tracking Bus Routes in Real Time

MEDFORD, Ore.– Days of guessing if your bus is running late could be a thing of the past. The Rogue Valley Transportation District developed a new program to let riders track their bus and when it will arrive, in real time. The information can be accessed from any mobile device or computer through Google Maps. … Continue reading »

Measure 88: Driver’s Cards

MEDFORD, Ore. — State Ballot Measure 88 was created in response to Senate Bill 833, passed and signed into law in 2013. The law allows the state to give out driver cards, not licenses, to people who meets all other identification and driving qualifications, but cannot prove they are legally in the country. Those opposed to … Continue reading »

Coats For Kids That Need Them The Most

MEDFORD, Ore. — NewsWatch 12′s Coats For Kids Campaign is still collecting new and gently used coats at nearly 80 locations across Jackson, Josephine, and Klamath counties. The goal is to get warm coats to kids that need them this winter. As barrels in the drop locations continue to fill up, schools are are anxiously waiting … Continue reading »

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