Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Josephine County Food Bank Burglarized — September 22, 2014
  2. Sen. Wyden Visits Onion Mtn. Fire Camp — September 22, 2014
  3. Bear Attack Declared Unsubstantiated — September 21, 2014
  4. Dozens Turn Out for Down Syndrome Walk — September 21, 2014
  5. Deadly Deer Disease Hits Rogue Valley — September 21, 2014

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Josephine County Food Bank Burglarized

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Josephine County Food Bank is recovering after thieves broke into one of their properties, stealing $5,000 worth of tools and equipment. The burglary happened at Raptor Creek Farm on September 11. At least one person broke through the front gate and used bolt cutters to break open a lock and … Continue reading »

Sen. Wyden Visits Onion Mtn. Fire Camp

MERLIN, Ore. — The Onion Mountain Fire is holding steady at 4,106 acres. All evacuations have been lifted, and the fire is 60 percent contained. At fire camp, the demobilization process has begun, but several crews will be remaining. On the fire line, crews are working to repair and rehabilitate the land impacted by the … Continue reading »

Bear Attack Declared Unsubstantiated

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Oregon State Police is now reporting the bear attack in Central Point as unsubstantiated following their initial report and investigation. Police said the incident occurred last night in the 4100 block of Grant Road. A 57-year-old man called 911 claiming he was attacked by a bear in his back yard. He … Continue reading »

Dozens Turn Out for Down Syndrome Walk

MEDFORD, Ore. — Currently nearly 400,000 people are living with Down Syndrome in the United States. On Sunday, dozens of people from across the Rogue Valley came together to raise awareness for the disorder.  Volunteers gathered at Alba Park around noon. There were games, food and other non-profits set up. The money raised from the walk … Continue reading »

Deadly Deer Disease Hits Rogue Valley

MEDFORD, Ore. — A deadly deer disease is sweeping the Rogue Valley. Since January, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife experts estimate 100 deer have died because of the disease. It’s called adenovirus hemorrhagic disease, or AHD, and was first detected in the southern Oregon two decades ago, but it is more prevalent this year … Continue reading »

ODFW Hosts Annual Pheasant Hunt

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Hunting season is right around the corner, and this weekend youth from across our region are getting the chance to perfect their aim and hunt some pheasants. This is all part of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s annual youth pheasant hunt. It is one of the largest in Oregon, … Continue reading »

Fire Season Longer Than Normal This Year

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Fire experts expect the 2014 fire season to be long and active.  The Oregon Department of Forestry said southern Oregon is looking at a longer than normal fire season. Due to the lack of snow pack fuels are extra dry, and meteorologists said they are not tracking a big rain event … Continue reading »

Free Tetanus Shots for Fire Victims

WEED, Calif. — The Siskiyou County Public Health Department is administering free Tetanus vaccinations to any adults who lost their homes in Weed this week. Tetanus bacteria commonly enters the body through breaks in the skin, cuts, or puncture wounds caused by contaminated objects.  These objects are usually found in soil and dust.  Health officials … Continue reading »

Hunting Season Looks Promising

MEDFORD, Ore. — Firearm hunting season is just two weeks away, and wildlife personnel say the season is looking good.  The mild winter last year is great news for big game. The warmer temperatures resulted in higher winter survival, meaning more deer, elk, and other animals are roaming the wilderness this fall. The Oregon Department … Continue reading »

New iPhone 6 Hits Shelves

MEDFORD, Ore. — The new iPhone 6 is hitting store shelves today all across the nation. On Medford’s north side, both Verizon and AT&T saw customers lining up outside around 4 o’clock Friday morning. While some cell phone providers did run out of the iPhone 6+ early on, many anticipated the rush and still had … Continue reading »

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