Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Fair Uses Social Media to Reach Guests — July 20, 2014
  2. Riding Beyond Helps Cancer Survivors — July 20, 2014
  3. Arson Not a Factor in Early Morning Fire — July 20, 2014
  4. Soldiers Say Goodbye and Head for Duty — July 19, 2014
  5. Heat Impacts Fruits and Vegetables — July 18, 2014

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Grocery Stores Stay Busy on July 4

MEDFORD, Ore. — Many people are celebrating a three day weekend this year with the Fourth of July falling on a Friday, and businesses said they are reaping the benefits. At Food 4 Less in Medford almost every cash register was open.  According to managers, the store has been busy all week leading up to … Continue reading »

July 4th Parades Draw a Crowd

EAGLE POINT, Ore. –  The Fourth of July is traditionally a day for family gatherings and community celebrations of patriotism, but in this case, it is also a day for parades. On Friday, three Independence Day parades were held across the Rogue Valley in Ashland, Central Point, and Eagle Point.  Eagle Point’s parade had 62 … Continue reading »

Increased Patrols for the 4th of July

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– The Fourth of July holiday falls on a Friday this year, and that means celebrations may go later into the night.  This is something the Central Point Police Department is preparing for. On the afternoon of July 4, the streets of downtown Central Point will be filled with people attending the Freedom … Continue reading »

Local Brewery Ages Beer

ASHLAND, Ore. — A local brewery is brewing some southern charm into the Rogue Valley. Caldera Brewery in Ashland is aging its beer in old bourbon barrels from Kentucky and Tennessee. The idea came after other craft beers started using the technique a few years ago. The bourbon barrels aged brew consists of stout or … Continue reading »

New Directional Signs Coming to Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — Downtown Medford may soon be getting new directional signage. The new wayfinding signage will more than likely be placed on poles around the city. The signs will have directional arrows that will point to important buildings and landmarks. The city of Medford is working in partnership with the University of Oregon to … Continue reading »

The Science Behind Fireworks

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Fourth of July is just a couple of days away and soon fireworks will be lighting up the sky but behind all the colors and sounds there is a science. A firework is mainly composed of combustible materials.   There are three main factors that go into the explosion including fuel, oxygen, and heat.  … Continue reading »

Fireworks for a Cause

MEDFORD, Ore. — As the Fourth of July approaches, fireworks stands are competing for your business.  Dozens are set up across the Rogue Valley, but it’s not all about who can sell the most fireworks.  Many of those stands have a cause behind sales. Most stands are donating their proceeds to a good cause. Some … Continue reading »

Quilters Get to Show Their Work

MEDFORD, Ore. — This weekend at the Medford Armory, several quilt guilds got the chance to show off their work at the Sisterhood of Quilting Quilt Show. Quilts with all different types of patterns and techniques were hung around the facility.  Quilters said most quilts have meaning behind them.  They were either made for a … Continue reading »

Pear Crop Down This Year

TALENT, Ore. — The pear crop forecast is down this year from year’s past.  Orchardists say this due to an early season frost along with natural causes. The drought is not impacting the pear crop at many orchards.  Most orchardists pull water from irrigation districts.  This will keep them from running out of water and … Continue reading »

Medford Superintendent Packs Up

MEDFORD, Ore. –  On Saturday, Medford’s former school district superintendent packed up his office. Dr. Phil Long is retiring at the end of the month. He has worked for the Medford school district for 30 years, and for the past nine years has served as superintendent. During this time, he had to deal with many … Continue reading »

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