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Name: Laura Campbell
Date registered: October 11, 2012

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  1. Dad Makes Epic Wheelchair Costumes — October 31, 2014
  2. Studded Tires Allowed in Oregon Tomorrow — October 31, 2014
  3. Shooting Suspect On the Run in Vancouver — October 31, 2014
  4. Doctors Explain How Fear Affects Health — October 31, 2014
  5. Homeless Voters May Encounter Problems — October 31, 2014

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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 »

OSP Releases Names in GP Fatal Crash

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation into Thursday afternoon’s fatal traffic crash involving a motorcycle and sport utility vehicle that occurred southwest of Grants Pass.   According to police, a 2000 Nissan Xterra sport utility vehicle, driven by George Griffin (49) from Grants Pass, was travelling northbound on Demaray Drive turning … Continue reading »

Group Holds GMO Baby Formula Event

MEDFORD, Ore. — Supporters of the GMO labeling initiative are reaching out to voters after a recent consumer reports study found genetically modified ingredients in baby formula. Thursday, a small group met outside the south Medford Walmart to send out samples of three different baby formulas for testing. They say a number of foods containing … Continue reading »

November Ballots Mailed Today

MEDFORD, Ore. — The November election is still a few weeks away, but ballots are on the way to Jackson County mail boxes this morning. Ballots were dropped off at the postal service office this morning to be mailed out. Officials expects to see about 70% return rate by election day. This year, more than … Continue reading »

Ebola Contacts May be Added to List

(CNN) — Flying out of Dallas on a specially-equipped jet, the woman who tested positive for Ebola, this week, landed in Atlanta wearing a protective suit, covered head to toe as she was loaded onto an ambulance to be taken to the CDC. It was a very different experience from her flight earlier this week. … Continue reading »

Frontier Airlines to Leave EUG

EUGENE, Ore. — The Eugene Airport is saying goodbye to yet another flight. Frontier Airlines is getting rid of its direct route to Denver. A few months ago, for entirely different reasons, United dropped an express flight to Portland, and now, after a two-season run, Frontier will exit the Eugene market at the end of … Continue reading »

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