Randa Gore

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Name: Randa Gore
Date registered: June 11, 2013

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  1. New App Connects Parents With School — October 20, 2014
  2. Huson Homicide Two Years Later — October 20, 2014
  3. Crater Lake Sees First Snow — October 15, 2014
  4. Habitat for Humanity Fundraiser — October 14, 2014
  5. Ashland Gets Awarded E-City of the Year — October 13, 2014

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Deadly Deer Disease Hits Rogue Valley

MEDFORD, Ore. — A deadly deer disease is sweeping the Rogue Valley. Since January, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife experts estimate 100 deer have died because of the disease. It’s called adenovirus hemorrhagic disease, or AHD, and was first detected in the southern Oregon two decades ago, but it is more prevalent this year … Continue reading »

ODFW Hosts Annual Pheasant Hunt

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Hunting season is right around the corner, and this weekend youth from across our region are getting the chance to perfect their aim and hunt some pheasants. This is all part of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s annual youth pheasant hunt. It is one of the largest in Oregon, … Continue reading »

Fire Season Longer Than Normal This Year

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Fire experts expect the 2014 fire season to be long and active.  The Oregon Department of Forestry said southern Oregon is looking at a longer than normal fire season. Due to the lack of snow pack fuels are extra dry, and meteorologists said they are not tracking a big rain event … Continue reading »

Free Tetanus Shots for Fire Victims

WEED, Calif. — The Siskiyou County Public Health Department is administering free Tetanus vaccinations to any adults who lost their homes in Weed this week. Tetanus bacteria commonly enters the body through breaks in the skin, cuts, or puncture wounds caused by contaminated objects.  These objects are usually found in soil and dust.  Health officials … Continue reading »

Hunting Season Looks Promising

MEDFORD, Ore. — Firearm hunting season is just two weeks away, and wildlife personnel say the season is looking good.  The mild winter last year is great news for big game. The warmer temperatures resulted in higher winter survival, meaning more deer, elk, and other animals are roaming the wilderness this fall. The Oregon Department … Continue reading »

New iPhone 6 Hits Shelves

MEDFORD, Ore. — The new iPhone 6 is hitting store shelves today all across the nation. On Medford’s north side, both Verizon and AT&T saw customers lining up outside around 4 o’clock Friday morning. While some cell phone providers did run out of the iPhone 6+ early on, many anticipated the rush and still had … Continue reading »

Some Evacuations Lifted For Onion Mtn.

NEAR GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Onion Mountain Fire is holding steady at 4,077 acres at 20 percent contained.  Fire crews said the fire is 100 percent lined, but with more hot dry weather ahead, they are not ruling out the chance the fire spreading again. As of Friday morning, evacuation levels have been removed … Continue reading »

Backpacks Donated to Help Homeless Teens

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Students at Hidden Valley High School are putting together backpacks for at-risk or homeless students. The group is filling 50 backpacks with a variety of items including blankets, hygiene materials, and school supplies. “It’s absolutely anonymous so we have no idea who the kid is or who receives the backpacks, and … Continue reading »

Text to 911 Not in Oregon, Yet

MEDFORD, Ore. — When you’re in an emergency “talking” on the phone to 911 isn’t always the most convenient. This is why the state of Oregon is considering allowing people to text 911 instead of calling. Right now if you text 911, you will get an immediate response stating you must make a voice call … Continue reading »

“Ink Out” Helps People Remove Tattoos

MEDFORD, Ore. — A local community outreach director is teaming up with Valley Immediate Care and offering free or low-cost tattoo removal for those who need it the most, but can’t afford it.  This is part of a new program called “Ink Out.” It allows certain organizations and criminal justice agencies to select qualifying candidates … Continue reading »

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