Medford Schools Address Ebola Concerns

MEDFORD, Ore. – The Medford School District is addressing the risks of Ebola in Southern Oregon. While those administrators say there is no real risk at the moment, they are getting ready for anything. On Friday afternoon, Superintendent of Medford Schools, Dr. Brian Shumate, addressed the risk of Ebola in the district. The top concern … Continue reading »

Oregon Trails: 1864 Treaty

(OREGON TRAILS) – It was 150 years ago today that a treaty was signed with Indians in what is now known as the Klamath Basin, impacting politics and relations to this day. Todd Kepple, manager of the Klamath County Museum, explains, “When the government first asked the Klamath tribes what land they felt they were entitled to, … Continue reading »

Consumer Reports: Space Heaters

(CONSUMER REPORTS) — Space heaters account for 1/3 of all home-heating fires each year, and more than 80% of home-heating deaths. Consumer reports has just tested more than two dozen space heaters, which are much safer. Consumer Reports checked a variety of space heaters to see how well they work and if they have the … Continue reading »

Crews Clean Up Homeless Camps in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Department plans to continue transient campsite cleanup efforts each month. Officers and other work crews just finished cleaning up six campsites yesterday. One was located just off the Bear Creek Greenway bike path. Medford police officers sweep the bike path and Greenway on a monthly basis. On this month’s … Continue reading »

Vandals “Disarm” Iron Mike Statue

ASHLAND, Ore. — The “Iron Mike” statue in Ashland is now missing an important part of his gear. That piece of gear missing is his rifle. Ashland Police say it’s likely a simple act of mischief given the fact that the statue isn’t very polarizing. Still, it’s an expensive one, and one of several acts … Continue reading »

Pet of the Week: Lovely

Meet Lovely, this week’s Pet of the Week! She is a 1-year old brown haired tabby, and as you’ve probably guessed her name matches her personality. She had kittens not too long ago and they were all adopted, and now it’s time for Lovely to find a good home. If you would like to adopt … Continue reading »

More Rain to Start your Weekend

  WEATHER DISCUSSION Another cold front is headed our way today. It will hit the coastline this afternoon, picking winds up ahead of it’s leading edge. Winds have already been breezy in the Shasta Valley throughout the morning. Rain showers have also been rolling through much of Southern Oregon since the early morning hours. Rain … Continue reading »

Amateur Athlete: Paige Berriochoa

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The Crater volleyball team starts and often ends with Paige Berriochoa. Paige is a senior for the Comets and does just about everything on the court. “She’s leading us in really kind of any category you can,” head coach Leaf Jensen said. “She’s leading us in kills. She’s leading us in … Continue reading »

Rainfall Amounts Look Slim Friday

WEATHER DISCUSSION As showers approach the coast Thursday evening, rain chances, on the surface, look promising.  Unfortunately, as the line of showers makes its way onshore over the next 24 hours, it will start to fall apart.  That means measurable rain along the coast, but totals will be minimal for inland locations. How minimal? West … Continue reading »

Out and About: Oct. 17-19th

Here is what you can do for the weekend of October 17th through 19th, when you head out and about. Zombies, monsters, and other creatures are starting to come out to play just a couple weeks before Halloween. Pyramid-head, the ghoulish janitor, creepy nurses and plenty of barbed wire. If you are familiar with these … Continue reading »

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