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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Halloween Craft Ideas — October 23, 2014
  2. Violent Media Linked to Child Aggression — October 17, 2014
  3. Joe Biden’s Son Discharged From Navy — October 17, 2014
  4. Vehicle Crash on I-5 Results in Fatality — October 17, 2014
  5. Teddy Roosevelt Show At Callahan’s Lodge — October 17, 2014

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Halloween Craft Ideas

MEDFORD, Ore.– Things are getting spooky and crafty this Halloween. Betty Rodman from Michael’s Craft Store joined Newswatch 12 to explain some alternative Halloween activities, than the usual pumpkin carving. This weekend is also a kids club event where anyone three and older can make their own Halloween treat bag from 10:30 to noon at … Continue reading »

Violent Media Linked to Child Aggression

CNN — A new study is taking a look at a controversial topic how parents and doctors view the effects of violent media on children. The study found a consensus among some researchers, parents, and pediatricians, and they believe violent media can increase aggression in children. 90% of pediatricians surveyed, as well as at least … Continue reading »

Joe Biden’s Son Discharged From Navy

NORFOLK, Va. — An embarrassing headline today for Vice President Biden. His second son Hunter was discharged from the Navy back in February, after testing positive for cocaine. A person familiar with the case said Hunter Biden failed a urinalysis test administered in June of last year. Hunter Biden joined the Navy Reserves at age … Continue reading »

Vehicle Crash on I-5 Results in Fatality

WOLF CREEK, Ore. — Oregon State Police is investigating a single vehicle fatal traffic crash that occurred this afternoon off the southbound lanes of Interstate 5 near Wolf Creek. Oregon State Police say 80-year-old Tigard resident Adelina Teresa Barrera was found deceased at the scene. Preliminary information indicates on October 17, 2014 at approximately 1:27 p.m. … Continue reading »

Teddy Roosevelt Show At Callahan’s Lodge

ASHLAND, Ore. — In the Days of Teddy Roosevelt, an upbeat musical show about the early 20th Century, will be performed at Callahan’s Mountain Lodge on Friday, October 24. Through music, brief narration, and a wide-screen movie, this show tells the story of Teddy Roosevelt and his times. A time when America had just come of … Continue reading »

Harry & David’s Hiring Event: Successful

MEDFORD, Ore. — Harry and David says it’s hiring event was a huge success. The company has more than 11,000 positions available for the upcoming holiday season. Yesterday’s hiring event brought in 300 people and 240 applications. Harry and David’s corporate employment office has several full days of interviews scheduled for next week. If you … Continue reading »

Montague Group Hands Out Water Kits

MONTAGUE, Calif. — Montague was extremely close to completely running out of water this year, but the residents banded together and saved 75% of the normal water usage. Residents didn’t water lawns or gardens, they reused sink and shower water for plants and some trucked in water.  Without the combined efforts of the residents, Montague would have … Continue reading »

I-5 Delays Near Cottage Grove Expected

COTTAGE GROVE – Weekend Interstate 5 travelers should expect congestion and delays in the northbound direction between Drain and Cottage Grove (milepost 162-170) until the middle of November. Delays are likely to occur between 3 p.m. and 9 p.m. each Friday and Sunday. Most delays have been less than 20 minutes, but some have been … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Lovely

Meet Lovely, this week’s Pet of the Week! She is a 1-year old brown haired tabby, and as you’ve probably guessed her name matches her personality. She had kittens not too long ago and they were all adopted, and now it’s time for Lovely to find a good home. If you would like to adopt … Continue reading »

JoCo Working on Community Watch Program

Grants Pass, Ore. ― The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office announces work on developing a new type of Community Watch Program. Sheriff Gil Gilbertson has been researching additional options for a Neighborhood Watch program that would combine a sense of community and security, better options for privacy and a level of preparedness that other style Neighborhood … Continue reading »

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