K Falls Museum Offers Solar Eclipse View

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Klamath Falls residents who want to get a close look at a partial eclipse of the sun will get their chance Thursday, Oct. 23, at the Klamath County Museum. The museum will feature an 11-inch telescope equipped with a solar filter available during the unusual event. “The eclipse will start at … Continue reading »

Harry & David’s Hiring Event: Successful

MEDFORD, Ore. — Harry and David says it’s hiring event was a huge success. The company has more than 11,000 positions available for the upcoming holiday season. Yesterday’s hiring event brought in 300 people and 240 applications. Harry and David’s corporate employment office has several full days of interviews scheduled for next week. If you … Continue reading »

JoCo Working on Community Watch Program

Grants Pass, Ore. ― The Josephine County Sheriff’s Office announces work on developing a new type of Community Watch Program. Sheriff Gil Gilbertson has been researching additional options for a Neighborhood Watch program that would combine a sense of community and security, better options for privacy and a level of preparedness that other style Neighborhood … Continue reading »

OSP Releases Names in GP Fatal Crash

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — Oregon State Police is continuing the investigation into Thursday afternoon’s fatal traffic crash involving a motorcycle and sport utility vehicle that occurred southwest of Grants Pass.   According to police, a 2000 Nissan Xterra sport utility vehicle, driven by George Griffin (49) from Grants Pass, was travelling northbound on Demaray Drive turning … Continue reading »

Group Holds GMO Baby Formula Event

MEDFORD, Ore. — Supporters of the GMO labeling initiative are reaching out to voters after a recent consumer reports study found genetically modified ingredients in baby formula. Thursday, a small group met outside the south Medford Walmart to send out samples of three different baby formulas for testing. They say a number of foods containing … Continue reading »

November Ballots Mailed Today

MEDFORD, Ore. — The November election is still a few weeks away, but ballots are on the way to Jackson County mail boxes this morning. Ballots were dropped off at the postal service office this morning to be mailed out. Officials expects to see about 70% return rate by election day. This year, more than … Continue reading »

Providence Offers Employee Mammograms

MEDFORD, Ore. — October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and medical professionals are making a push for all women to get regular mammograms this month and year round. At Providence Medford Medical’s Breast Center, administrators are encouraging staff to lead by example to get mammograms by offering free exams for all employees all day. The … Continue reading »

Harry & David Hiring for the Season

MEDFORD, Ore. — Harry and David is gearing up for this year’s holiday season. Over the next few months, the company plans to take on more than a thousand new employees. Managers are looking to fill about 1,100 jobs in the next two months. At a hiring event on Thrusday, each department with open positions … Continue reading »

SOU Students Make Free Speech Demands

ASHLAND Ore. — A group of Southern Oregon University students is demanding the university change its free speech regulations. The Associated Students of Southern Oregon University (ASSOU) sent a letter Wednesday to university leadership in response to a confrontation on October 7th. During that confrontation, which was caught on camera, students demonstrating outside designated protest … Continue reading »

Shake Out Prompts Emergency Reminders

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Thursday was the Great Shake Out Event, meant to practice responding to an earthquake. The Jackson County Emergency Management Team was one of the supporters of the Shake Out Event and even participated in the drill at their office. Officials say drills like this are a good reminder for everyone to … Continue reading »

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