Yessenia Anderson

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Name: Yessenia Anderson
Date registered: July 20, 2012
URL: http://www.kdrv.com

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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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Crater High School Adopts Sparrow

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Every year, Sparrow Clubs chooses a child in need and pairs them with a local school that adopts them for year. Wednesday, Crater High School got to meet their Sparrow: a 5-year-old little girl who they will help financially support. A stadium full of students welcomed Addison Irey on Wednesday afternoon. … Continue reading »

Multiple BMW Thefts In Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. – After one BMW car was stolen off a dealership lot, a second report now has police on the hunt for the thief they believe is tied to both incidents. Last week, Medford Police received a call from a janitor at Medford BMW saying two men were trying to break into a car. … Continue reading »

Money Shortfall For Measure 80

MEDFORD, Ore. – Millions of dollars are pouring in to the support of ballot measures for marijuana legalization, but Oregon is not seeing the same generosity as the election nears. Marijuana activist are centering much of their financial support to those measures in the Washington and Colorado states, but a similar measure in Oregon, Measure … Continue reading »

Crews Respond To Grave Creek Fire

NEAR GALICE, Ore. – The Oregon Department of Forestry is splitting resources, trying to extinguish two wildfires; one near Butte Falls, the other near Galice that’s being called the Grave Creek Fire. It started Sunday evening and has continued to grow in size. As of Monday afternoon, the Grave Creek Fire was at 26 acres. … Continue reading »

Illinois Valley Airport Skydiving Input

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — A community is discussing the idea of letting skydivers land at their local airport. Illinois Valley residents were given the chance to voice their opinions at a meeting Thursday evening. The emphasis of the meeting was to develop an operational policy. As a guide for the meeting, officials used a copy of … Continue reading »

Crowd Protests DEA Marijuana Raid

MEDFORD, Ore. – A crowd gathered outside of the federal court house in Medford on Thursday afternoon in response to recent medical marijuana raids. The protestors gathered included medical marijuana patients and supporters. The protest is part of the fallout from a recent marijuana raid where federal agents seized hundreds of plants from the High … Continue reading »

Homeless Public Forum Sparks Dialogue

ASHLAND,Ore. — There are a number of homeless individuals in Downtown Ashland.  On Wednesday,  the community came together to address an issue that they say really affects everyone. Leigh Madsen has worked with the homeless population for years now. “The softness and the tenderness of these people, and to come here and see these people … Continue reading »

Fire District 3 Celebrates Six Decades

WHITE CITY, Ore. – For six decades Fire District 3 has served out community and today they celebrated that anniversary by giving residents a sneak peak into a firefighters day. Past fire captains and emergency responders from the last 60 years sat along residents Wednesday afternoon. Each had an opportunity to take us through what … Continue reading »

Central Point Superintendent Search

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– Central Point School District is looking for a new superintendent and part of the requirements for the job are being written up by the community he or she will serve. A new person will be taking on the leadership role at District 6, but before that happens, community members gathered to give their … Continue reading »

Grass Fire Reminds Of Fire Danger

GOLD HILL, Ore. — A small grass fire on interstate five delayed traffic and could have a done a lot of damage. Oregon Department of Forestry and Fire District 3 headed out to mile marker 40 outside of Gold Hill. There, they found flames burning through the dry grass and brush and a broken-down car … Continue reading »

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