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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Happy Camp Evacuations Changed — September 13, 2014
  2. KCC to Hold Active Shooter Training — September 12, 2014
  3. “Pay it Forward” for Tuition Program — September 12, 2014
  4. Smartphone App Helps Keep Kids Safe — September 12, 2014
  5. Holly Theater Hosts Event After 28 Years — September 11, 2014

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Happy Camp Evacuations Changed

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. – Mandatory evacuations for certain areas near the Happy Camp Complex changed to advisories on Saturday. Starting at 2:00 P.M. the Siskiyou County Sheriff Office has changed the Mandatory Evacuations to Advisory Evacuations in the following areas on Scott River Road. The area between Scott Bar Post Office at 27233 Scott River Road to … Continue reading »

KCC to Hold Active Shooter Training

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Community College will hold an active shooter training on Monday, September 15 in an effort to keep faculty and staff prepared and trained for if an emergency were to ever take place. The Klamath County Sheriff’s Office is coordinating the training and will provide employees with the information and skills … Continue reading »

“Pay it Forward” for Tuition Program

SALEM, Ore. — Oregon is moving forward with an innovative new program, to help residents pay for college. The “Pay it Forward” program would allow students to attend an Oregon college tuition free in exchange for a percentage of their future income. Members of the Oregon higher education commission are recommending a trial run of … Continue reading »

Smartphone App Helps Keep Kids Safe

GALVESTON, Texas — Parents are always trying to make sure their kids are safe. Now children have the ability to let their parent’s know if they run into danger with the simple press of a button. A 12-year-old is the mastermind and creator behind the app called Save Me. The app allows children to press … Continue reading »

Holly Theater Hosts Event After 28 Years

MEDFORD, Ore. – Even though the Holly Theater is not yet restored, it will host its first public event for the first time in 28 years. The theater will be one of twelve venues for Downtown Art + Sound, the new two-day music and fine art festival produced by Metro Medford Downtown Association and sponsored … Continue reading »

ODF Warns of Increased Fire Activity

SALEM, Ore. — As we move closer to fall, fire officials are getting ready for fire activity to pick up. The Oregon Department of Forestry says with cooler temperatures at night, fire officials are noticing more warming fires being starting by campers and early morning hunters, despite ODF officials saying fires outside of camp grounds … Continue reading »

Bike Safety Fair This Weekend

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The City of Central Point Parks and Recreation Department and Rogue Valley Transportation District will hold a Bike Safety Fair this Saturday, September 13th from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Central Point City Hall, located at the 100 block of S. 2nd Street. The purpose of the event will be to teach … Continue reading »

Person(s) Wanted by OSP for Poaching

MEDFORD, Ore. – Oregon State Poilice Fish and Wildlife division needs help locating the person or persons who are involved and responsible for the killing of a large bull elk roughly five miles southeast of Eagle Point. The reward of up to $10,000.00 could be offered for information leading to an arrest and conviction in … Continue reading »

Water Rescue Caught on Camera

GRAND HAVEN, Mich — An intense rescue on Lake Michigan was all caught on camera by local news crews. Fun on the lake turned dangerous conditions with rip currents forming. A photojournalist noticed a kayaker struggling. A lifeguard and several swimmers stepped in to help get the kayaker out of the water. They tried to … Continue reading »

Enterovirus Cases Move West

IDAHO FALLS, Idaho — The dangerous virus responsible for sending a thousand kids nationwide to the hospital appears to be moving west. The latest cases are coming out of Idaho, where one Idaho Falls hospital is reporting six children with Enterovirus D-68. One Idaho mom says her daughter started with cold symptoms, including a running … Continue reading »

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