Yessenia Anderson

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Name: Yessenia Anderson
Date registered: July 20, 2012

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  1. Local Woman Provides Healing Touch — October 3, 2012
  2. Medford REI Opens Friday — October 3, 2012
  3. Car Finally Out of River — October 2, 2012
  4. Chase Suspect A Documented Gang Member — October 2, 2012
  5. Murphy Restaurant Fire Investigated — October 1, 2012

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Local Woman Provides Healing Touch

ASHLAND, Ore. – A local woman is asking for the community’s support to help her in her work with Vietnamese orphans. Kathryn Veatch is one of only 21 outreach volunteers chosen by the Liddle Kidz Foundation to provide massage therapy and education to Vietnamese orphans and their caregivers. Veatch has traveled overseas before and says … Continue reading »

Medford REI Opens Friday

MEDFORD, Ore. – Years of planning and months of construction has all lead up to the big opening day of the Medford REI. The retailer will officially be in business this Friday, but on Wednesday a select few got a look inside the new building. Friends and family of the 59 employees working at this … Continue reading »

Car Finally Out of River

VALLEY OF THE ROGUE STATE PARK, Ore. – For more than a year now, a car has been sitting in the Rogue River as officials waited for it to resurface. The car ended up there when a woman drove her car off the road; she escaped, but it’s taken 18 months for the vehicle recovery. The … Continue reading »

Chase Suspect A Documented Gang Member

NEAR GOLD HILL, Ore. — Sheriff officials are asking for your help finding a man that led them on a high speed chase on Monday afternoon, as well as numerous times previously. Police say he’s likely armed and dangerous and has been identified as documented Norteno gang member. The most recent chase began when a … Continue reading »

Murphy Restaurant Fire Investigated

MURPHY, Ore. – An early Sunday morning fire has destroyed a major portion of what was only a two-week-old business. A passerby called 911 just after midnight, after spotting flames coming out of the roof of Phatty McGee’s Restaurant. Rural Metro Fire immediately responded, joined by six other neighboring agencies. Officials say it wasn’t until … Continue reading »

Grants Pass Hero Honored

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – A Grants Pass man, who saved a woman from a burning building, was honored for his heroic efforts. Daron Dawson received the Public Safety Honor Citation on Monday morning. “I have trouble taking credit for it, but I am glad that I can do that. It was nice to see her, … Continue reading »

211 Referral Resource For Josephine Co.

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore. – A new referral service has made it’s way to Josephine County. Programs like ACCESS, or  emergency needs like food pantries or homeless shelters, will now only be a call away. The 211 program is a system that is in select cities across Oregon. Residents can dial the number to receive information … Continue reading »

Ashland Partners With Dignity Health

ASHLAND, Ore. – Ashland Community Hospital is just one step closer to its potential partnership with health care giant, Dignity Health. As part of its deliberations Wednesday, the board agreed to formally ask the Ashland City Council to approve the affiliation, but approval hasn’t been received by all community members. Dignity Health operates 40 hospitals … Continue reading »

Sign Language Helps Crater Students

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Reports show 13% of the American population are deaf or are hard at hearing. One Southern Oregon school is making strides to make sure their students receive equal access in the classroom. By law in Oregon, if a student is deemed to need or be benefited by an interpreter, the school … Continue reading »

Logging Accident Near Applegate

NEAR APPLEGATE, Ore. – A helicopter responds to an extremely rural accident as fire crews worked on the ground to save the life of a man after a log rolled over him. The incident happened around 10 a.m. on Thursday off a logging road near Thompson Creek Road in the Applegate Valley. The man was … Continue reading »

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