Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Deputies Deploy Holiday Cheer — December 20, 2014
  2. Super Saturday Sales Soar — December 20, 2014
  3. S. Oregon Stars in Budweiser Commercial — December 10, 2014
  4. 12 Scams of Christmas: Online Scams — December 9, 2014
  5. Veterans Remember Pearl Harbor — December 7, 2014

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Deputies Deploy Holiday Cheer

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Jackson County Sheriff’s deputies are helping families in need this holiday season. They’re trading in their weaponry for bags of toys — delivering presents and food to more than 100 families scattered throughout the Rogue Valley. “I think that when they see us in the light and see that we are … Continue reading »

Super Saturday Sales Soar

MEDFORD, Ore. — With Christmas just a few days away, shoppers are surging into retail centers for last minute gifts. Today is Super Saturday, and this year retail experts expect sales today to surpass those on Black Friday. At the rogue valley mall many shoppers were on the hunt for big bargains. “Just little presents … Continue reading »

S. Oregon Stars in Budweiser Commercial

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — One of the newest Budweiser commercials features scenes and characters from right here in the Rogue Valley. The commercial was just released online yesterday. It follows five childhood friends, as they reunite for the first time in nearly a decade. The commercial also shows snip-its of downtown Jacksonville, and a bus labeled … Continue reading »

12 Scams of Christmas: Online Scams

MEDFORD, Ore. — Forget the 12 days of Christmas! Financial experts are warning about the 12 scams of Christmas. Over the next 12 weekdays, NewsWatch 12 will give you a look at the most common ways scammers get your money this time of year. One of the most common ways people are taken advantage of … Continue reading »

Veterans Remember Pearl Harbor

PHOENIX, Ore. — Sunday is Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day. It was on this morning 73 years ago, off the southern coast of Hawaii, that part of the U.S. naval fleet was decimated after a surprise attack by Japan. More than 2,000 people lost their lives, but some survived, and one of the survivors lives in … Continue reading »

Burglar Steals Mother’s Sons’ Remains

SUNNY VALLEY, Ore. — After a home burglary last month, a Sunny Valley resident is asking the thief to return two unusual items. On November 25, a burglar cut the lock on Crystal Rothbarth’s front door, he stole a bag with jewelry, medical marijuana, and smoking pipes. Also in that bag, were the ashes of … Continue reading »

Beat the Holiday Shipping Rush

ASHLAND, Ore. — Wednesday marks three weeks until Christmas Eve, and already local shipping companies are seeing an increase in packages dropped off to be sent out for the holidays. “A” Street Print and Parcel has seen business pick up just this week. On Tuesday, they had dozens of packages stacked far and wide to … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Purrrfect Pet Toys

MEDFORD, Ore. — Shopping for our pets is fun. Sure, your pet can play by himself, but his favorite thing to play with is YOU. For dogs, games like catch or tug-of-war give them exercise and satisfy their social needs. Frisbees and rope pulls are also favorites, and who can resist a brand new ball? … Continue reading »

AIDS Prevention and Treatment Improving

MEDFORD, Ore. — Monday millions of people are wearing red in support of World Aids Day. The annual recognition day started back in 1988 to raise awareness about HIV and AIDS, in an effort to end the epidemic. Medical research and treatment for the virus has improved significantly over the past decade. What used to … Continue reading »

Ashland Students Walk Out for Ferguson

ASHLAND, Ore.– Students at Southern Oregon University are trying to get the word out about what they call ‘social injustice in society’. The President of the Black Association at SOU arranged a walkout on campus, Monday. About 50 students walked out of class with their hands up and then gathered in the Churchill Court for … Continue reading »

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