Oregon Baby Diapers Continues Campaign

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A local cloth diaper company is looking to the Southern Oregon community for some support to continue the business. A group of moms started Oregon Baby Diapers 5 years ago. The cloth diapers are sewn locally in Grants Pass. Over the last year, the diapers became very popular in Oregon, making them more expensive … Continue reading »

Ashland Holds First Seed Circus

ASHLAND, Ore. — To celebrate spring planting and community growers, Families for Food Freedom held its first annual Seed Circus on Sunday. Dozens of local growers and community members met at the Ashland HIstoric Armory to share tips and resources for organic growing. There was live music, face painting, and seed swapping for those who … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Hopes Snow Will Allow Skiing

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — Mt. Ashland officials are expect snow to fall on the mountain, and hope it will be enough to open the slopes again before the season is over. With little snow pack this year, the mountain was put in a bind to stay open. However, Mt. Ashland stuck to their plan to … Continue reading »

USFS Theft Angers Residents

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. — Community members in Cave Junction say they’re growing frustrated with a rampant theft problem and law enforcement just doesn’t have the resources to stop it. Recently, about $122,000 worth of equipment was stolen from a Forest Service building, which includes a fire engine, later found damaged on Friday morning on a … Continue reading »

Man Arrested For Breaking Store Windows

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A transient man is in custody after breaking multiple store windows in Grants Pass. Grants Pass Police caught up with 38-year-old Jesus Garcia around 3:30 p.m. Saturday afternoon. The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety says officers were notified by a witness who saw him breaking multiple windows in the area. … Continue reading »

Multiple Drunk Driving Incidents

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office says Saturday night was full of accidents and incidents involving drunk driving. Three of those drunk driving incidents resulted in crashes, including one where a car was completely totaled and the driver attempted to elude deputies. The Sheriff’s Office says the single-vehicle crash happened along Butte Falls … Continue reading »

North Phoenix Rd Construction Continues

PHOENIX, Ore. — Construction near Phoenix is continuing this weekend for crews to start building an approach onto the new bridge. O-DOT crews did lane striping on new roads that will be open to the public after construction this weekend. North Phoenix Road, north of the Home Depot, is fully closed until Monday. During the … Continue reading »

Demo of Shell Makes Room for In-N-Out

MEDFORD, Ore. —  Tear down of the Crater Lake Highway Shell Station began on Saturday. The demolition process of the gas station is just the first step to make room to construct of the much anticipated In-N-Out Burger in Medford. The city approved the site plans for the burger joint a few weeks ago after an … Continue reading »

New Military Class For High School Kids

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford High School students had a unique opportunity to use military training tactics by hitting a paintball course on Saturday. In a new program at both North and South Medford High Schools, a “military sciences” class was introduced this semester. Over the last few months, students in the class have learned more … Continue reading »

RVTD Makes Bus Route Changes

MEDFORD, Ore. —  People are now feeling the effects from the lack of funding for The Rogue Valley Transportation District. Beginning on Monday, Saturday services and evening services will stop. The bus stop at the airport will no longer be in use after the changes go through on Monday because a 3 year grant came to an … Continue reading »

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