Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. New Program Teaches Dual Languages — January 6, 2015
  2. Sheriff Dave Daniel Ready for Duty — January 5, 2015
  3. Minimum Wage Increase Impacts Businesses — January 4, 2015
  4. Flu Could Hit Oregon in Coming Weeks — December 31, 2014
  5. ER Visits for Dental Reasons on the Rise — December 30, 2014

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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 »

Mt. Ashland Snowfall

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Mount Ashland is seeing some flurries of snow as we head into the holiday season. A little bit of cautious optimism for the skiers and snowboarders out there. Overnight last night and into today the mountain received about an inch of snow. Although that’s not nearly enough for the mountain to … Continue reading »

Foster Families Needed

MEDFORD, Ore. — The holidays are a time of giving, but this season several hundred kids will not have a place they can call home. Just because a foster child is under the state’s care – does not mean they are living with a family. Many are in temporary group homes or shelters for the … Continue reading »

Demolition Begins on Kim’s Restaurant

MEDFORD, Ore. — The demolition of Kim’s Restaurant is underway. On Monday, construction crews were on site sorting through scraps and gutting the building.  They said they were trying to recycle what they can. Tearing down it down could take up to a month. The Coquille Indian Tribe currently owns the land and is planning … Continue reading »

Turning Christmas Lights into Profit

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local painting company is switching gears and hanging Christmas lights during the winter for extra cash. That right, this year instead of hanging your own Christmas lights, you can pay someone to do it for you. Nationwide contracting companies are buying into Christmas light services. This way they can keep their … Continue reading »

Youth Sports Holds Concussion Seminar

MEDFORD, Ore. — Concussions, and measures taken to prevent them, are an increasingly popular topic as injury rates rise in contact sports. An average of 2 million concussions occur every year in the United States, according to the Sports Concussion Institute. While football is the sport most commonly known for concussions, soccer and ice hockey … Continue reading »

Mother Murdered in Front of Kids

NEAR CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Wade Phillips, is now charged with murder in death of his wife Cynthia Michelle Phillips. The  husband and father is accused of killing his wife in front of their three children.  He was found hiding in the attic of his house on Truax Road where the murder happened. Neighbors said … Continue reading »

Homeless Avoid Freezing Temperatures

MEDFORD, Ore. — Some warming centers and homeless shelters are open are ready to take in those in need. Other local agencies are handing out coats, sleeping bags, and even hand warmers to those who are staying outside. The official start of winter doesn’t begin until mid-December, but it already feels like the dead of … Continue reading »

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