Monitoring Sex Offenders in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — On Monday, a Medford Police Officer made contact with a man at Hawthorne Park. Once his name was run through the system, it was found he was a sex offender. With follow up questions, police found he was out of compliance and taken to jail. Failing to register as a sex offender … Continue reading »

Boles Fire Suspect Faces Judge

YREKA, Calif. — The man accused of starting the Boles Fire in Weed on September 15 appeared before a judge for the first time on Tuesday afternoon. Ronald Beau Marshall, 24, entered a plea of not guilty on the three charges of arson he is facing during the arraignment. The judge raised Marshall’s bail, previously set … Continue reading »

Voter Registration Deadline

MEDFORD, Ore. — Tuesday is the last day for Oregon residents to register to vote. Residents must have a valid driver’s license, state identification card, or other proof of residence to register.  There are three ways to register from there. Residents can use the MyVote Portal online at the Secretary of State’s website. Residents can also register in … Continue reading »

Woman Dies After Boles Fire Evacuation

WEED, Calif. –  Investigations teams are working to sort out details Monday after a family claims a woman died as a result of her injuries sustained during evacuations of the Boles Fire. 85-year-old Meredith Neill fell and broke her leg while evacuating from her home in Carrick Addition, just outside Weed city limits. Paramedics were able … Continue reading »

Boles Fire Suspect in Court This Week

YREKA, Calif. –  After nearly four weeks of investigation, a suspect has been arrested for starting the Boles Fire. 24-year-old Ronald Beau Marshall of Weed was arrested on Saturday and booked into the Siskiyou County Jail on a felony warrant. The District Attorney expects Marshall to be in court for an arraignment this week to hear … Continue reading »

Domestic Violence Awareness Walk Set

 KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Tuesday afternoon, Klamath County residents will gather for their first ever domestic violence awareness walk. October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and several agencies in the county are coming together to shed light on the problem in the community. 200 football players from the nearby high schools will be taking a … Continue reading »

Sheriff Meets with DHS About Fraud

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Last month the Klamath County Sheriff’s office made a handful of unrelated arrests in which each of the suspects had things in common, including large amounts of drugs and Oregon Trail Cards. It was those arrests that prompted a meeting Monday morning with the Department of Human Services. “56 convictions, toting … Continue reading »

Roseburg Mill In Weed Reopens

WEED, Calif. — Almost all 135 workers from the mill in Weed returned to work  on Monday. The Roseburg Forest Products plant in Weed reopened after being damaged in the boles fire. The mill had to be shut down when it was damaged, and several employees were displaced. Over the last few weeks, outside contractors … Continue reading »

Ashland Gets Awarded E-City of the Year

ASHLAND, Ore. — The city of Ashland is being named the 2014 E-city of Oregon for the second year in a row. The award is given out by Google and means Ashland has the strongest e-business community in the state. Senator Ron Wyden, alongside Representative Peter Buckley and John Stromberg, Ashland’s mayor, came together to … Continue reading »

Rogue Federal Credit Union Change

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Rogue Federal Credit Union is in the process of switching from a federal charter to a state charter.  This would mean instead of serving five counties, they could serve 28 counties. That’s almost all the counties in the state. In order to make the change, members will need to vote. If … Continue reading »

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