Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Fire Crews Gear up for Wildfire Season — April 16, 2014
  2. Drought Causes Lime Prices to Rise — April 16, 2014
  3. Huddleston Trial Day 5 — April 15, 2014
  4. Chocolate Bunny a Hot Easter Commodity — April 15, 2014
  5. Wait to Plant Warm Weather Vegetables — April 13, 2014

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Fire Crews Gear up for Wildfire Season

MEDFORD, Ore. — Fire crews across the Rogue Valley are gearing up for another, possibly intense fire season.  Fire departments are dusting off their wildland firefighting gear, and the Oregon Department of Forestry already has crews hard at work. Fire danger is at low right now, but that will be changing within the coming months.  … Continue reading »

Drought Causes Lime Prices to Rise

MEDFORD, Ore. — Droughts in the United States and Mexico are squeezing lime prices sky-high. Restaurants across the Rogue Valley are being impacted by the recent lime price increase. Elements in downtown Medford said it has seen the price of a shipment of limes triple just in the past month. The owner said he still … Continue reading »

Huddleston Trial Day 5

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Rogue Valley man accused of murdering his wife takes the stand in his own defense during his trial on Tuesday. Borne Huddleston wanted to testify so his side of the story could be heard.  He says the state’s side of the story is systematic, and he wants people to know the … Continue reading »

Chocolate Bunny a Hot Easter Commodity

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ninety million chocolate Easter bunnies are sold every year come Easter. This makes it the most popular chocolate Easter candy in the nation, according to the National Retail Federation. Local chocolatiers say Easter is one of their busiest holidays, and they are gearing up for a potential busy next few days.  Branson’s … Continue reading »

Wait to Plant Warm Weather Vegetables

ASHLAND, Ore. — It is that time of year again to start planting your garden, but the warm weather does not mean it is time to start planting all of your spring crops just yet. Garden experts said it is okay to start planting your cool weather crops like lettuce, broccoli, and kale, but hold off on … Continue reading »

Last-Minute Tax Advice

MEDFORD, Ore. — Millions of Americans are rushing to file their tax returns before the April 15 deadline. With just two days left, local tax agencies are extending hours, and seeing procrastinators coming in at the last minute. Tax experts at Liberty Tax Service say most last-minute filers are scared to file because of the … Continue reading »

Businesses Impacted by Pear Blossom

MEDFORD, Ore. — The annual Pear Blossom Festival was a huge success this year, and that success is rubbing off on downtown businesses as well. Some local businesses like Downtown Grounds Coffee Shop on Central Avenue chose to stay open during the parade because the Pear Blossom Festival brings in good revenue. One manager at … Continue reading »

30,000+ Attend Pear Blossom Parade

MEDFORD, Ore. — Nearly 30,000 people lined the streets downtown Medford for the Pear Blossom Parade.  The parade took place early Saturday afternoon. More than 150 floats drove through the streets of Medford.  Some handed out candy, while others handed out information.  People started arriving to mark their spot for the parade hours before it … Continue reading »

Pear Blossom Festival Breaks Records

MEDFORD, Ore. — The 61st annual Pear Blossom Festival is being deemed a success.  Festival directors said this year they had more vendors and visitors than ever before. The parade brought in roughly 30,000 people, and anywhere between 15,000 to 18,000 festival goers visited the street fair. More than 100 vendors set up their booths … Continue reading »

Huddleston Trial Begins

MEDFORD, Ore. — A trial for a decorated war veteran who is being accused of hiring someone to kill his wife, and then killing her himself is now underway. Bourne Huddleston is being accused of killing his wife Kristy Huddleston back in March 2012.  Opening statements and testimonies began on Wednesday.  Several witnesses took to … Continue reading »

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