Shanda Hurst

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Name: Shanda Hurst
Date registered: June 25, 2013

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  1. Bike Theft Attempt Leads to 4 Arrests — January 22, 2015
  2. Woman Injured by Car, Identified — January 21, 2015
  3. MONEYWATCH: Financial Infidelity — January 21, 2015
  4. Man Caught After Selling Stolen Jewelry — January 21, 2015
  5. Theft Arrest, Snowmobile & Cart Returned — January 21, 2015

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Pizza Long-Term Impacts in Children

Champaign, Ill.– There could be long-term impacts for children who eat too much pizza. That is according to a new study by the Center for Prevention Research and Development. Nutritionists said it plays a major role in kids’ intakes of calories and weight gain. They said two slices of pizza have nearly the same number … Continue reading »

MONEYWATCH: Cheap Mortgages, Refinance

NEW YORK (CNNMoney)– Mortgage applications rose nearly 50% last week, the strongest weekly gain since November 2008, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association, which tracks housing market data. It’s a closely watched metric because mortgage applications are a key indicator of not just the real estate market, but the overall U.S. economy, says Diane Swonk, … Continue reading »

MONEYWATCH: Fewer Tax Audits Expected

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) One million audits. That’s how many audits the IRS plans to conduct this year, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told reporters Thursday. While 1 million is hardly small potatoes, it’s a lot less than the 1.4 million audits the agency conducted in 2013 and the 1.2 million it conducted last year. The reason … Continue reading »

Polaris Buys Brammo Electric Bike Rights

TALENT, Ore.– A Minneapolis based sports vehicle manufacturer just announced they have acquired the rights to Brammo’s electric motorcycles. Polaris Industries, Inc indicates it’s a natural transition since they are a lead investor in redeveloping and redesigning the electric motorcycle business. Polaris has been an investor in Brammo for 3 years. This acquisition includes certain … Continue reading »

New Detective Assigned in Grubbs Murder

ASHLAND, Ore.– A new detective is being assigned to the unsolved murder of David Grubbs. Ashland Police said that detective met with the Grubbs’ mother Thursday to get a fresh take on the investigation. Grubbs was nearly decapitated with a sharp weapon while¬†walking along the Bear Creek Greenway in late 2011. Ashland Police compiled tens … Continue reading »

Low Gas Prices Do Not Mean More Spending

(CNN)–More than half of the Nation’s gas stations are selling gas below $2 per gallon. That is according to the Oil Price Information Service, which found gas below two bucks at 52% of stations across the country. Some might say this is good news for consumers, but numbers released Wednesday showed a slightly mixed picture … Continue reading »

Gold Hill to Discuss Public Safety

GOLD HILL, Ore.– Gold Hill City Council leaders said they are still discussing the future of public safety. County leaders are meeting tonight to decide if a tax levy to fund a police officer should be added to the May ballot. If an officer is hired for Gold Hill, resourced will not be pulled from … Continue reading »

Reward For Stolen Golf Cart & Snowmobile

MEDFORD, Ore.– Police are looking for a stolen snowmobile, golf cart, and trailer. The items were stolen from a Medford home on Monday. The owners said they put a lot of custom body work into the snowmobile, so it is a great loss. Owners describe the snowmobile as a 2007 Polaris 600 RMK. The trailer … Continue reading »

Career Offender Sentenced to Prison

MEDFORD, Ore.– A Medford man was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in Federal Prison for possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Central Point Police said they conducted a traffic stop on October 15, 2013, believing there may be drugs in 28-year-old Steven Allen Longbrake’s car. After a search police said they found approximately four … Continue reading »

Frmr Jackson County Dem. Leader Dies

MEDFORD, Ore.– After a battle with pancreatic cancer, a former member of the Medford School District has passed away. Paulie Brading passed away on Sunday in her home. She was 66 years old. Brading was a big voice while she served on the Medford School Board from 2008 to 2013. She also served as chair … Continue reading »

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