Rogue Creamery Expanding Locations

  GRANTS PASS, Ore.– One of the most well known places to get local cheese is expanding. Representatives from Rogue Creamery said construction in underway to build a new dairy in Grants Pass. They said their current dairy supplier is retiring soon, but they wanted to maintain the distinct identity and flavor of the Rogue … Continue reading »

Holiday Help for Kids with No Christmas

MEDFORD, Ore. – Teachers in the Medford School District are using programs to help students through the holidays. Jackson Elementary student success specialist Christina Ferrari teaches using the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support  model. Ferrari is one of six educators throughout the district providing positive behavior support for students, running groups several times a week, meeting … Continue reading »

Toys R Us Braces for Holiday Blitz

CNN – Toys R Us is ready for the last-minute Christmas rush. The company says it will keep its stores open for 39 straight hours on December 23rd and Christmas Eve – including its Medford location. Its flagship Times Square Location in New York will also open its doors Wednesday December 17th at 7:00 A.M., … Continue reading »

Local Starbucks Customers Pay It Forward

MEDFORD, Ore. – An instance of “paying it forward” happened in the Rogue Valley as customers at the Starbucks on Crater Lake Highway spent Tuesday morning paying it backwards in the drive-thru line. According to staff, customers spontaneous started paying for the person behind them in line who placed an order. It resembles similar events all over … Continue reading »

Oregon Employment At All Time High

MEDFORD, Ore. – Seasonally adjusted payroll employment in Oregon jumped to a record level of 1,740,800, marking the most number of workers ever employed in the state. The addition of 11,200 jobs in November means the number of working Oregonians is now 3,000 more than the prior peak reached in December of 2007. November also … Continue reading »

Vigil Tomorrow for Missing Teen

ASHLAND, Ore.– A candlelight vigil will be held at the Ashland Plaza, Wednesday, to shine light for 17-year-old Hannah Thomas-Garner. Ashland Police said she was reported missing after not returning home from a party in Ashland on November 29th. Her car was found damaged in Mt. Shasta a couple days later. Witnesses said they saw her … Continue reading »

Dozens of Children Killed in Pakistan

(CNN) — The Taliban stormed a military-run school in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday and gunned down nearly 140 people, most of them children, in one of the country’s deadliest attacks in recent weeks. Hours after the attack, the Pakistani military was still exchanging gunfire with the militants inside the Army Public School and Degree College, … Continue reading »

Pair Facing Charges for Mail Theft

MEDFORD, Ore. – Two locals are facing charges after allegedly rifling through residents’ mail. Early Monday morning, Jody Parke, 39, and Susan Metcalf, 46, were arrested after allegedly being caught going through mailboxes at Table Rock Rd and Midway Rd. According to police, the two were also driving a stolen vehicle. They were both taken … Continue reading »

Suspect Resists Arrests Before Takedown

MEDFORD, Ore. – Two men are facing charges after police say they led officers on a foot chase. According to Medford Police, an officer recognized 37 year-old Victor Villalobos behind the Medford Center Safeway as a suspect with a warrant for his arrest. The officer said when he went to place the handcuffs on Villalobos, … Continue reading »

Director Apologizes for “Let It Go”

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (CNN) – The director of the movie “Frozen” is apologizing to parents whose children just won’t “Let It Go.” In a recent interview, Jennifer lee told “The Hollywood Reporter” that when the film was released last year, parents would tell her how much their families love signing “Let It Go” and other … Continue reading »

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