Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. Mt. Ashland Ski Survey Results Are In — September 29, 2014
  2. Neighbors on High Alert After Burglaries — September 29, 2014
  3. Rehab Efforts Underway on Onion Mtn. — September 28, 2014
  4. Suicide Prevention Walk Raises Awareness — September 27, 2014
  5. Volunteers Clean Up Rogue River — September 27, 2014

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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 »

New Bus Route Begins Tuesday

MEDFORD, Ore. — The new Rogue Valley Commuter Line is revving up, and today was its first day on the road.  This is a new bus route that runs from Medford to Grants Pass. It uses the Josephine County Transit buses, and there will be a total of 10 stops offered a day.  The extended … Continue reading »

Police Enforce School Zone Speeds

MEDFORD, Ore. –  Tuesday was the first day back to school for many kids, and along with more school buses on the roads, there were more police as well. Starting Tuesday, the 20-mile-per-hour speed limit in school zones across the valley are being enforced.  Medford police have six officers who are assigned to patrol school … Continue reading »

Medford Superintendent’s First Day

MEDFORD, Ore. –  Tuesday marked the first day of school for hundreds of kids in the Rogue Valley.  It was also Dr. Brian Shumate’s first official day as superintendent of the Medford School District. He spent the day visiting several local schools, where he was meeting teachers, principals, and students.   Shumate said he plans on paying visits … Continue reading »

Back to School Shopping Goes Hi-Tech

MEDFORD, Ore. – With Labor Day weekend wrapping up, people are hitting the mall and other retail shops for some last minute back to school shopping. This year though shoppers are not just stocking up the pens, pencils, binders, and the latest name brand clothing, they are stuffing their carts with high-tech gadgets as well. … Continue reading »

Missing Hikers Found Alive

APPLEGATE LAKE, Ore. – Two hikers missing for more than five days have been found alive and well. Keith Hoover and Julie Swisher were found near Applegate Lake Sunday afternoon. The two had ventured out on Tuesday for a three day hiking trip but got lost on the second day. “They spent an additional two … Continue reading »

Police Crack Down on DUIIs

MEDFORD, Ore — Medford Police are urging people to think twice before they get behind the wheel this Labor Day weekend.  This is because officers are cracking down on people driving under the influence. On Friday night, Medford Police arrested seven people for DUIIs.  On Saturday night, the same amount of officers are hitting the … Continue reading »

Wildfires Are Contained But Not Out

MEDFORD, Ore. – Wildfires are still burning in our area more than a month after most of the big ones started. The Oregon Gulch Fire and the Rogue River Drive Fire are now 100 percent contained.  However, Oregon Department of Forestry crews are still monitoring the area.  They are through the fires on a daily … Continue reading »

More Students Move to Online Schools

MEDFORD, Ore. — Kids are returning to school, but that does not always mean a return to the classroom. More students are going to school entirely online from their homes.  The Oregon Connections Academy is one online school offering classes k-12.  Students get their textbooks shipped to them and lesson plans emailed throughout the course … Continue reading »

Neighbors React to Shooting

MEDFORD, Ore. — On Monday, Cherry Street residents are reacting to yesterday’s shooting. Medford police says Medford’s west side does have a higher crime rate than other parts of the city. From the first of the year to now, there have been a total of 89 emergency calls made in correlation to incidents on Cherry … Continue reading »

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