Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Mt. Ashland Closes to Preserve Snow Pack — December 21, 2014
  2. Deputies Deploy Holiday Cheer — December 20, 2014
  3. Super Saturday Sales Soar — December 20, 2014
  4. S. Oregon Stars in Budweiser Commercial — December 10, 2014
  5. 12 Scams of Christmas: Online Scams — December 9, 2014

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Ashland Students Walk Out for Ferguson

ASHLAND, Ore.– Students at Southern Oregon University are trying to get the word out about what they call ‘social injustice in society’. The President of the Black Association at SOU arranged a walkout on campus, Monday. About 50 students walked out of class with their hands up and then gathered in the Churchill Court for … Continue reading »

Firefighters Participate in “Movember”

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Firefighters across the Rogue Valley are raising money to fight prostate cancer by growing out their moustaches. Putting a twist on “No-Shave November”, “Movember” is an international campaign raising money for prostate cancer. Last year fire crews at Jackson County Fire District Three raised an upwards of $4,000, and this year … Continue reading »

Holiday Travel Havoc

MEDFORD, Ore. — Sunday is one of the busiest travel days of the year. Millions of people are heading back home from the Thanksgiving holiday. At the Rogue Valley International Medford Airport — people were filing in and out throughout the day. Inclement weather delayed several flights in the eastern half of the United States … Continue reading »

Burglary at Talent Marijuana Dispensary

TALENT, Ore. — A suspect is in custody in a case of burglary at the Green Valley Wellness dispensary, which was reported early Sunday morning. Law enforcement officers responded to the scene around 2:23 a.m. to to find shattered exterior glass on the front side of the business. Officers reportedly saw a suspect inside the building putting marijuana … Continue reading »

Black Friday Wal-Mart Strikes Start

KLAMTH FALLS, Ore. — Black Friday is just a couple days away, and while millions of people will spend the day working retail, several Wal-Mart employees are choosing to stand in picket lines. This is the third year Wal-Mart workers will strike, and in Klamath County it has already begun. At the Wal-Mart on Washburn … Continue reading »

Southern Oregon Prepares for the Flu

MEDFORD, Ore. — As we head into December, flu season is upon us. There have already been six cases in Oregon and medical facilities are prepping vaccines. Health experts say it typically takes two weeks for the flu vaccination to make your body immune to the virus. Last year, flu season started right after Thanksgiving … Continue reading »

Evans Valley School Gets New Roof

EVANS VALLEY, Ore. — Evans Valley Education and Community Center is getting a new roof.  The facility has been open for almost two-years after it was donated by the school district to the Evans Valley Community Association.  The school is nearly 90 years old, and a leaky gym roof has been causing the new owners some … Continue reading »

ER Visits Reach All-Time High

MEDFORD, Ore. – Emergency room visits are at an all-time high. New data from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention shows there have been 140 million in the past year, and that number is expected to increase. Hospitals in the area said the main reason for the increase in patients visiting the emergency room … Continue reading »

Pedestrian Hit by Car Remembered

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Grants Pass police are investigating a vehicle pedestrian crash that killed a 64-year-old man last night.  Friends have identified the victim as Leslie Wayne Collins.  Police say he died while crossing the street around the 1300 block of Redwood Avenue. Collins’ caregiver Candi Comfort- Bronson said he was one of the … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Welcomes New Officers

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Grants Pass Public Safety is adding three new officers to its staff in the coming months. Sunday was Officer Charlie Carnahan’s fourth shift. He’ll be in training for 16 to 20 weeks. He’s already been to the police academy and is a military veteran. Carnahan said he has to complete four … Continue reading »

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