Kasey Kershner

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Name: Kasey Kershner
Date registered: March 3, 2014

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  1. Basketball Game Held For Local Sparrow — January 30, 2015
  2. Power Lines Pulled Down on Table Rock Rd — January 27, 2015
  3. Darigold Closing Medford Plant — January 27, 2015
  4. Olivia’s Story: Lyme Disease in Oregon — January 26, 2015
  5. Medford Police Hiring New Officers — January 26, 2015

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Changes for the 2015 Tax Season

MEDFORD, Ore. — As people are getting their paperwork together for this year’s tax season, local filing agencies say there are a few new things that everyone needs to keep in mind this year. The largest change that will be seen this year is the new rules for the affordable care act, or ACA. For … Continue reading »

Beware of “Grandma Scam” Over Phone

MEDFORD, Ore. — Imagine you get a call from your grandson saying he is in jail and needs to you get him money immediately for bail. He is panicked and scared, and instinctively you want to do what you can to help him. That’s exactly what happened to one senior citizen who spent $8,000 on … Continue reading »

Sports Park Brings In Bucks for Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford’s U.S. Cellular Community Park is credited with bringing more than $10 million to Medford’s economy last year. The money pushed into the economy in 2014 broke the old record of $9.6 million set in 2010. There are currently 11 sports fields at U.S. Cellular Park and three more being built right … Continue reading »

Ducks Vs. Buckeyes Fundraiser

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local organization is taking advantage of the national championship game on Monday to raise money for childhood cancer. Joe Goedereis with the Ethan Jostad Foundation has been reaching out to Oregon Duck fans over the last week to raise money for cancer research. Halfway across the country, Childhood Cancer Awareness Advocate … Continue reading »

Local Businesses Benefit from Game

MEDFORD, Ore. — The ducks and the buckeyes faced off in Texas, but people started claiming spots to watch the game at local businesses early Monday afternoon. Managers at Mr. Smith’s say local football teams are doing well, business is good for them too. Especially with the ducks now in the championship just a few weeks after … Continue reading »

Local Woman Warns of Phone Scam

MEDFORD, Ore. – A local woman is exasperated after receiving dozens of phone calls that she suspects are a scam. “I’m sick of getting these calls. Yesterday I had 12 in the course of the day.” Bonnie Hamlett feels helpless after she starting getting calls to her cell phone a few weeks ago. “They’ll always … Continue reading »

Economic Forum in Eagle Point

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — County commissioners, Eagle Point city leaders, business owners, and other community members met for a forum on Saturday morning. This is the Second Annual Economic Development Forum for the city. City leaders hope community input will help them make the best decisions for the upcoming year, while also looking at long-term … Continue reading »

Commissioners Weigh Options for Dimmick

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — County Commissioners say senior transitional housing is a preferred avenue to take the place of a well known building in Grants Pass. Dimmick Tower has been a burden and an eyesore to Josephine County for about the last decade. Structural problems and mold left the county no choice but to tear it … Continue reading »

County Food Bank Needs Donations

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Josephine County Food Bank will be moving into a brand new warehouse in March. The new warehouse is the culmination of six years of work, planning, and preparation. It sits right next to the Raptor Creek Farm, where the food bank grows thousands of pounds of food each year. Administrators … Continue reading »

Central Point Passes New Dog Ordinance

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Central Point Police say, right now, there are about two dog biting incidents reported a month, on average. On Thursday night, the Central Point City Council will decide whether the city will hold dog owners accountable for the actions of their pets. The ordinance was drafted by Police Chief Chris Allison and … Continue reading »

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