Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Local Mom Drops Pounds for Better Life — April 19, 2014
  2. Citizens Protest Proposed Pipeline — April 19, 2014
  3. Fire Crews Gear up for Wildfire Season — April 16, 2014
  4. Drought Causes Lime Prices to Rise — April 16, 2014
  5. Huddleston Trial Day 5 — April 15, 2014

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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 »

Big Windy Evaluation Report

ROGUE RIVER, Ore. — An environmental group is doing their own evaluation on the Big Windy fire. The fire burnt nearly 29,000 acres along Bear Creek Road and the Rogue River last summer.  The report includes information about the fire effects and fire behavior as well as an examination on the environmental impacts to the … Continue reading »

GMO Free Coalition Warns Voters

MEDFORD, Ore. — Close to a dozen GMO free supporters gathered in front of the Jackson County election office Tuesday afternoon to warn people about the outside spending against ballot measure 15-119. If passed, this ballot measure would make Jackson County the only GMO free county in Oregon. Last week, out-of-state chemical giants including Monsanto, Syngenta, … Continue reading »

Spring Cleaning E-Cycling

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — It’s springtime, and that means it’s time to do some spring cleaning.  As you clean out your closets, experts say remember to clean out your gadgets as well. Around the Rogue Valley, facilities offer what is referred to as e-cycling, or electronic recycling.  ITREX in Central Point accepts almost anything that … Continue reading »

Josephine Libraries Win Governor’s Award

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Josephine Community Libraries is being awarded the Governor’s Award for Best Non-Profit Volunteer Program in the state. Josephine community libraries has more than 360 volunteers who help with everything from shelving books, to hosting story time, and even fundraising. The library is also in the process of petitioning for a library … Continue reading »

Local Group Helps the Homeless

MEDFORD, Ore. — A small group of community members is helping the homeless and less fortunate in southern Oregon.  Giving Back in Southern Oregon got its start on Facebook at the beginning of the year, and since then has helped close to 500 people. Every month the group gathers supplies ranging from toothpaste and toiletries to … Continue reading »

Community Remembers Greenstein

ASHLAND, Ore. — Hundreds of Karen Greenstein’s family members and friends gathered for a celebration of life on Saturday.  Greenstein died after a wrong-way driver crashed into her vehicle on Interstate 5 on Thursday, March 27. She left behind her husband, daughter, beloved dog and an entire community of co-workers.  Greenstein was a long-time 911 … Continue reading »

Community Groups Clean-up Lithia Park

ASHLAND, Ore. — Service clubs from around the Ashland community came together on Saturday to clean-up Lithia Park. This is the second time this year the service clubs have come together.  The Ashland Rotary Club, Ashland Sororptimist, Ashland Lions and Kiwanis Clubs put mulch down on foot paths in Lithia park to improve trail quality … Continue reading »

Jackson Co. Enacts One Year Moratorium

MEDFORD, Ore — Jackson County is implementing a one-year moratorium against medical marijuana dispensaries. There is already an emergency moratorium in place for the next 120 days.  The new moratorium will over lap and picking up where that one leaves off.  The one-year moratorium will give commissioners time to work out kinks, and sort through … Continue reading »

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