Kasey Kershner

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Name: Kasey Kershner
Date registered: March 3, 2014

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  1. Family Surprised with Car by Community — March 3, 2015
  2. Tips for Protecting Pets in Fires — March 1, 2015
  3. Residential Debris Burning Season Starts — March 1, 2015
  4. Community Supported Agriculture Sign Ups — February 28, 2015
  5. Mt. A Looks to Diversify Activities — February 27, 2015

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Ballots Delivered for Special Election

MEDFORD, Ore. — Ballots were processed on Friday at the postal plant for Jackson County’s special election. Nearly 120 thousand ballots were dropped off at the plant on Friday, and are expected to hit mailboxes as early as Saturday. The special election was called by the Jackson County Commissioners, and will decide if Jackson County … Continue reading »

2 Homes Burn in Village Circle Fire

MEDFORD, Ore. — Smoke pouring out of a home could be seen for miles on Friday morning, and flames overtook the east Medford house and jumped to a second home. The fire started around 8:30 Friday morning on Village Circle. Medford Fire-Rescue fire investigators said the fire started on an electric cook top in the kitchen. Combustible … Continue reading »

West Medford Residents Clean Up Graffiti

MEDFORD, Ore. — Graffiti continues to be a problem in West Medford, and now community members are stepping in to offer solutions. The West Side Beautification Facebook group began about a month ago, and now has about 400 members. People who live in the area have been getting together and either painting over the taggings, … Continue reading »

Getting “Pinked” for Cancer

MEDFORD, Ore.– Over the next few months, you may see more pink in some local yards than normal. It’s called “pinking,” and it is meant to raise money for the American Cancer Society and a team participating in Relay for Life. To participate, a person donates $20 to nominate someone to get “pinked.” That person’s yard … Continue reading »

New FAA Drone Laws Impact Businesses

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — Up until now, there have been very little regulations for commercial unmanned aerial systems. Many operators were flying devices without any official laws. Ben Bachman owns Rogue Aerial Productions and has been using his heavy weight quad-copter for business since last May. In that time, he has done real estate photography, … Continue reading »

Last Day to Sign Up for Health Care

MEDFORD, Ore. – People only have until midnight on February 15th to enroll for health insurance coverage through the marketplace in 2015. Residents in Oregon need to use the federal exchange, HealthCare.gov, to compare plans, apply for tax credits and other financial savings and enroll in coverage. People do not have to complete the application by midnight, … Continue reading »

New Graffiti Taggings in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. —  Medford business and home owners are fed up with  graffiti in their neighborhood on the west side of town. This is an issue police say they continue to deal with frequently. When Nancy Murrish, the owner of Peach Street Market, arrived at her store on Sunday, she noticed a new addition to her … Continue reading »

JCFD 3 Hiring New Fire Fighters

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Jackson County Fire District 3 is looking for a few new firefighters to join its team. This week, about 120 candidates took a written test as part of a multi-stage hiring process. On Friday, the 60 people who passed the test were given another test for physical ability. Candidates had to … Continue reading »

Lotus Rising Admins Support New Gov.

ASHLAND, Ore. — The shift in the Oregon governor’s office has been surprising for some, and now, it is also setting national history. Incoming Governor Kate Brown will become the first openly bisexual governor in the entire country. Brown has been open about being bisexual throughout her political career. It is because of this that many … Continue reading »

Education Impacts From Gov. Resignation

MEDFORD, Ore. — One of Governor Kitzhaber’s greatest priorities during his terms has been education. He has been a powerful voice for high graduation rates and their connection with early education. Just a few weeks ago he made a visit to Kids Unlimited Charter School in Medford, praising them for their efforts in helping underprivileged … Continue reading »

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