Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Bear Attack Declared Unsubstantiated — September 21, 2014
  2. Dozens Turn Out for Down Syndrome Walk — September 21, 2014
  3. Deadly Deer Disease Hits Rogue Valley — September 21, 2014
  4. ODFW Hosts Annual Pheasant Hunt — September 20, 2014
  5. Fire Season Longer Than Normal This Year — September 19, 2014

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Text to 911 Not in Oregon, Yet

MEDFORD, Ore. — When you’re in an emergency “talking” on the phone to 911 isn’t always the most convenient. This is why the state of Oregon is considering allowing people to text 911 instead of calling. Right now if you text 911, you will get an immediate response stating you must make a voice call … Continue reading »

“Ink Out” Helps People Remove Tattoos

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local community outreach director is teaming up with Valley Immediate Care and offering free or low-cost tattoo removal for those who need it the most, but can’t afford it.  This is part of a new program called “Ink Out.” It allows certain organizations and criminal justice agencies to select qualifying candidates … Continue reading »

New West Nile Virus Cases in Jackson Co.

MEDFORD, Ore. — Seven new mosquito samples have tested positive for West Nile Virus in Jackson County. This brings the total number of West Nile cases up to 20 just this year in the Rogue Valley. The positive mosquitoes were detected in various locations including Eagle Point, Medford, and Central Point.  An infected dead bird … Continue reading »

Seven Arrested Following MMA Riot

MEDFORD, Ore. — Seven people are facing riot and assault charges following a vicious fight at a mixed marital arts event on Saturday night. Every Medford police unit, along with several other agencies, were called in to break up a riot, consisting of nearly 50 people at its height. This fiasco took place at the … Continue reading »

ALS Walk Raises $36K

MEDFORD, Ore. — There might not have been any ice buckets, but on Sunday Medford residents were challenged to walk for ALS awareness. Around noon, more than 200 participants gathered at Bear Creek Park.  Organizers said the goal was to raise at least $32,000 in donations, but walkers surpassed that goal two days ahead of … Continue reading »

Bikers Tackle Mt. Ashland Despite Smoke

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Despite the smoky skies, nearly one hundred bikers tackled Mount Ashland Sunday morning as part of the Mt. Ashland Hill Climb bike race. Bikers rode anywhere between 18 to 24 miles, and competed in several different categories. There was a mountain bike race along with a road bike race, both of … Continue reading »

Jacksonville City-Wide Yard Sale

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — This weekend, downtown Jacksonville is turning into one big yard sale. The annual city-wide yard sale kicked off Friday, but residents were back on their lawns, set up and ready to go again Saturday. People on the prowl could find anything from old lamps and antiques, to baby toys and furniture. Kelly … Continue reading »

Update on Happy Camp Complex

HAPPY CAMP, Calif. — The largest wildfire in our region is continuing to grow. On Friday, the Happy Camp Complex in Northern California grew another four thousand acres. Crews are making progress, but they are taking it day by day. They are being set back by poor weather conditions and tough terrain. All week, fire … Continue reading »

Electric Car Show in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. — Electric cars of all different makes and models came together at Scienceworks on Saturday for an electric car show. While most of the cars were commercially manufactured, some were created by amateurs. There were also electric bicycles, and motorcycles set up on display. This is the first car show of its kind … Continue reading »

Black Bear Sighted in Central Point

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Early Wednesday morning, numerous calls flooded into the Central Point Police Department regarding sightings of a black bear. Most of the residents saw the bear near Taylor and Haskell Street.  One resident said she was surprised when she looked up from her computer and saw the bear darting across her driveway.  … Continue reading »

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