Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Backpacks Donated to Help Homeless Teens — September 14, 2014
  2. Text to 911 Not in Oregon, Yet — September 10, 2014
  3. “Ink Out” Helps People Remove Tattoos — September 9, 2014
  4. New West Nile Virus Cases in Jackson Co. — September 9, 2014
  5. Seven Arrested Following MMA Riot — September 7, 2014

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One Dead in Officer Involved Shooting

MEDFORD, Ore. – One man is dead following an officer involved shooting on Sunday evening.  Medford Police said officers were called to the scene at 4:25 p.m. Neighbors had called 911 after noticing a suspicious man carrying a shot gun walking down Cherry Street on Medford’s west side. When police arrived, the subject started firing his gun at … Continue reading »

Officer-Involved Shooting in Medford

[UPDATE: 8:16 P.M.] At a press conference Medford Police say the suspect fired the initial shot. Police also said two officers fired 50 yards from suspect. Police say the suspect was a 52-year-old man who was “no stranger to police”. He was a Medford resident and had 2 other firearms on him. The suspect was … Continue reading »

Garage Fire in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — Fire officials are looking to what caused a garage fire that broke out this afternoon in Medford. The fire happened in the 8000 block of Spring Street. Extensive damage was done to the back side of the garage and the attic above. Fire officials estimate the total cost of damage to be … Continue reading »

Montague Rodeo Wrangles a Crowd

MONTAGUE, Calif. — This year the city of Montague is holding its annual rodeo called the State of Jefferson Stampede.  It used to be a tradition in the northern California town, but it has fizzled out over the past few years.  However, this year its back. “The younger kids all really wanted to see it … Continue reading »

Montague Water Pipeline Almost Complete

MONTAGUE, Calif. – The first section of the Montague drought pipeline is nearing completion. While construction is still on-going in the outskirts of Montague, most of the pipeline is now under the ground and ready to be used.  Next week power will be installed, and the pump will start running.  This is a $1.3 million project … Continue reading »

Civil Air Patrol Preps for Disasters

MEDFORD, Ore. — If you see more planes flying overhead, it might be because the Oregon Civil Air Patrol is conducting a state-wide exercise this weekend. The Oregon CAP is a non-profit organization that specializes in search and rescue missions, cadet programs, and aerospace education.  On Saturday, members were practicing for real life disasters by … Continue reading »

Transient Presence in Downtown Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. — Many gather in the Ashland Plaza at all times of the day. Some transients say they try to be respectful of the people who work downtown and those passing-by on their way to different destinations in the city. It’s at night though, when the commotion in the plaza starts getting loud. One … Continue reading »

Lithia Nissan Hiring Event

MEDFORD, Ore. –  Lithia Motors is kicking off a hiring event Thursday evening, looking to fill a new store that will be double the size of its current store. The construction is currently taking place off of Highway 62 on Grumman Drive, and according to Lithia Nissan, this new facility is going to generate $20 … Continue reading »

West Nile Detected in Jackson County

MEDFORD, Ore. – West Nile Virus has been detected for the second time this year in Jackson County. This time it was found in a batch of mosquitoes collected last week south of White City. Vector Control workers have already sprayed the affected area. Health officials are asking people to take steps to avoid the virus. … Continue reading »

Back to School Shopping

MEDFORD, Ore. – The first day of school is right around the corner.  That means kids and parents may be shelling out big bucks for back to school shopping. According to the National Retail Federation, nationwide Americans will spend close to 75 billion dollars on new clothes and school supplies.  This number is up from years … Continue reading »

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