Shanda Hurst

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Name: Shanda Hurst
Date registered: June 25, 2013

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  1. New Evacuations for Happy Camp Complex — September 2, 2014
  2. Harry & David Bought by 1800Flowers.com — September 2, 2014
  3. Road Rage Turns Violent, Man Arrested — August 26, 2014
  4. No Deaths from Wait Times at Phoenix VA — August 26, 2014
  5. DWTRVS 2014 Cast Announced — August 25, 2014

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New Evacuations for Happy Camp Complex

HAPPY CAMP, Ore.– The fire burning at the Happy Camp Complex jumped the Klamath River and is within just a couple miles of hundreds of homes. Fire officials said they expected fire activity to get worse with increasing winds and dry fuels. Now their mission is to protect the 695 homes people are living in, and … Continue reading »

Harry & David Bought by 1800Flowers.com

MEDFORD, Ore. — According to the official statement released by the two companies, 1-800 FLOWERS.com will acquire Harry and David for nearly $150 million. The deal includes Harry and David’s brands and websites. Also included are the Harry and David headquarters, 47 retail stores, and the Medford manufacturing and distribution centers, as well as Medford … Continue reading »

Road Rage Turns Violent, Man Arrested

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– A Central Point man is facing charges after a road rage incident got out of hand. Jackson County Sheriff Deputies said they responded to several 911 calls over gun shots on Truax Road, Monday night. Deputies said witness told them Forrest Miller, and his girlfriend, Ashley Taylor were driving closely behind William … Continue reading »

No Deaths from Wait Times at Phoenix VA

(CNN) — A soon-to-be-released inspector general’s report finds that a waiting list is not the cause of any deaths at the VA facility in Phoenix, a Department of Veterans Affairs official said Tuesday. The department’s Office of Inspector General confirmed to CNN that its report into excessive wait times and delays in care at the … Continue reading »

DWTRVS 2014 Cast Announced

MEDFORD, Ore.– As teachers open up their classrooms for the new school year, some students will be getting ready to launch a new season of Sparrow Clubs. Every year students donate their time in exchange for donations to sparrow families. These families have children with serious and often life-threatening illnesses. In addition to students’ efforts, … Continue reading »

Oregon Ranks as Least Corrupt State

EUGENE, Ore. — Oregon is the least corrupt state in the country at least according to a new study that looks at waste, fraud, and abuse among public employees. The study, conducted by scientists at Indiana University and City University of Hong Kong, found that Oregon had 1.28 corruption convictions per hundred thousand public employees, … Continue reading »

Out and About: August 21 – 24

There are a lot of activities this weekend, one of the last before school and sports resume. If treasure hunting is your game head out to the 6th Annual Tie Days Swap Meet. Several vendors are setting up at Shady Kate’s Boutique on Highway 62 in Shady Cove to offer deals on their antiques, art, … Continue reading »

Some Advisories Lifted Near July Complex

SISKIYOU COUNTY, Ore.– Some evacuation advisories have been lifted for residents near the July Complex. Incident Commanders say residents of Quartz Valley, Mugginsville and the Greenview areas are no longer being asked to be prepared for an evacuation. This includes everyone along Quartz Valley Rd. between Scott River Road and Oro Fino Road, from Quartz … Continue reading »

US Cellular Nearing Completion

MEDFORD, Ore.– Construction at US Cellular Park is one step closer to being finished. Medford Parks and Recreation hosted a tour of the work for phase four of the project, Tuesday. This includes two new baseball and softball fields, and one full-sized multi-use field. These fields are expected to hold 10 to 18 more teams. … Continue reading »

Nature Camp Teaches Kids Survival Skills

MEDFORD, Ore.– This week students are lacing up their boots to learn about wildlife. It is all part of the Wilderness Navigator Day Camp at Coyote Trails School of Nature in Medford. Kids seven to 12 are getting hands on learning everyday until Friday. Kids are learning how to build a shelter and survive in the … Continue reading »

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