Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Leaves Changing Color in Lithia Park — October 1, 2014
  2. Riverside Park Gets a New Playground — September 30, 2014
  3. Library Prepares for November Elections — September 30, 2014
  4. Mt. Ashland Ski Survey Results Are In — September 29, 2014
  5. Neighbors on High Alert After Burglaries — September 29, 2014

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Leaves Changing Color in Lithia Park

ASHLAND, Ore. — Lithia Park is being named one of the most affordable autumn escapes by Trip Advisor. In the coming weeks 31 percent, of people traveling will be traveling to view the fall foliage. Although most of the leaves haven’t changed over yet, there are some starting to show their fall colors. The leaves … Continue reading »

Riverside Park Gets a New Playground

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Part of Riverside Park in Grants Pass will be temporarily closed for playground renovations starting October 1. The Grants Pass Parks and Recreation department is tearing down the old wooden playground, and replacing it with a new $140,000 steel playground. “There’s a lot of adventure areas on this park so the … Continue reading »

Library Prepares for November Elections

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Josephine Community Libraries are gearing up for the November elections. After collecting thousands of signatures last spring, a library taxing district is on the ballot. The voting campaign “Yes! Libraries Matter” is now in full swing.  Yard signs will start going out this weekend, and supporters will be going door to … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Ski Survey Results Are In

ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland is revealing the results of their recent ski survey. The survey had 1,200 responses telling mountain management what they want to see over the next 50 years. Some want to see longer runs and faster lifts, others focused inside the lodge, calling for better food, a bigger bar, and more … Continue reading »

Neighbors on High Alert After Burglaries

MEDFORD, Ore. — Police are on the search for the person responsible for two burglaries on Table Rock Road. The burglaries happened just hours apart and are just blocks away from each other. Medford Police said it already heavily patrols the area, but officers are on even higher alert looking for anything suspicious. Neighbors in … Continue reading »

Rehab Efforts Underway on Onion Mtn.

NEAR MERLIN, Ore. — Activity on the Onion Mountain Fire is winding down, and now the remaining crews are focusing their efforts on rehabilitating the damaged land.  It starts with a pile of weed free hay and native grass seed. Natural solutions to help cut back on erosion and heal the burnt land. “The ultimate … Continue reading »

Suicide Prevention Walk Raises Awareness

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Suicide is the second leading cause of death among Oregonians aged 10 to 24, according to the Oregon Health Authority. Nationally, we lose one person to suicide every 13 minutes. On Saturday, dozens of people walked around Central Point, raising money and awareness for suicide prevention. Each person was walking for … Continue reading »

Volunteers Clean Up Rogue River

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Volunteers in Jackson County are pitching in to help clean the Rogue River in honor of National Public Lands Day. The event, led by Rogue Riverkeeper and six other organizations, had volunteers pick up garbage along the banks. Last year the group managed to fill a thirty yard dumpster with all … Continue reading »

Police Get Drugs off the Streets

MEDFORD, Ore. — A nationwide effort is underway to get unwanted prescription pills off the streets.  On Saturday, local police held an event to safely dispose of those drugs and prevent them from getting into the wrong hands. Jackson County has the highest prescription drug death rate in the state. By noon, Medford Police had … Continue reading »

It’s Raining! It’s Pouring!

MEDFORD, Ore. — Most of southern Oregon is still in either in a severe or extreme drought, and to change that, a series of rain events need to occur. In this situation, snow pack remains exceptionally important, and we’re going to have to have a very wet winter to even think about getting out of … Continue reading »

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