A Few Showers Possible By Monday Evening

WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front is approaching the West Coast, but this one is much weaker and does not have nearly the moisture as the system last week.  That being said, a few showers are still possible as it approaches the area Monday evening, but don’t expect much measurable rainfall or a drastic drop in daytime … Continue reading »

90-Year-Old Man Hits 21st Hole In One

GOLD HILL, Ore. — Avid golfer Ed Irvine hit his 21st hole in one at Laurel Hills Golf Course Sunday. Irvine is 90-years-old and started golfing 49 years ago. His first time golfing was with his daughter’s fiance who is now his son-in-law. “He got me to go out on the golf course and I … Continue reading »

Fundraiser Benefits NICU

GOLD HILL, Ore. — A 12-year-old girl is raising money for Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center, all to honor her dead grandmother. The award ceremony for the annual Hugs From Heaven golf tournament was held Sunday at Laurel Hills Golf Course. Hannah Joseph is the founder and brains behind the fundraisng event she coined “Hugs … Continue reading »

Rehab Efforts Underway on Onion Mtn.

NEAR MERLIN, Ore. — Activity on the Onion Mountain Fire is winding down, and now the remaining crews are focusing their efforts on rehabilitating the damaged land.  It starts with a pile of weed free hay and native grass seed. Natural solutions to help cut back on erosion and heal the burnt land. “The ultimate … Continue reading »

Veterans Feel Silenced After VA Meeting

WHITE CITY, Ore. —  Veterans are dissatisfied after the White City VA promised an open public forum Friday night, but restricted their ability to speak. Residents at the facility were prevented from talking to media or even home videographers unless they signed a waiver. However, waivers were not brought to the meeting in the first … Continue reading »

Drying Up (Mostly) for the Weekend

WEATHER DISCUSSION After the active pattern that sat over the region throughout the last few days, high pressure is moving in. The digging trough that has been moving onshore will eventually pinch itself off and become a little more zonal (west to east). What this will do is create a low pressure system that will … Continue reading »

Friday Night Blitz, September 26th

Weed plays its first home game since the Boles fire. South Medford falls to Sheldon, while North Medford and Grants Pass roll. Ashland squeaks by Ridgeview. Crater trounces Eureka. Mazama wins the Canal Bowl.

Police Continue Boles Fire Investigation

WEED, Calif., — Investigators in the weed area have released little information about the origin of the Boles Fire while they continue to gather information. “Investigators are talking to witnesses at boles creek apartments, as well as firemen and first responders at the scene and air ops in the area at the time,” said Sgt. … Continue reading »

New Gender-Neutral Homecoming Tradition

ASHLAND, Ore. — Students at Ashland High School said their Homecoming traditions are not representative of their generation. At Friday’s annual football game the high school will crown three students as “The Grizzly Royalty” instead of selecting a Homecoming king and queen. Traditionally every high school class crowns a king and queen at the annual … Continue reading »

Taking Flight: Soaring with a Smile

Medford, Ore. — As several schools prepare to adopt new Sparrows for the school year, one North Medford High School student will be adopted by her peers. Hailey Maddox will be adopted as her school’s Sparrow.  The 15-year-old is fighting a rare cancer.  In January, doctors found it in her knee, lymph nodes and lungs. … Continue reading »

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