CERT Training for Local Businesses

ASHLAND, Ore. – On Thursday, a national emergency report card reveals the state of Oregon is not making the grade in preparedness. The city of Ashland is trying to do its part is getting Rogue Valley residents ready, including local businesses like Standing Stone Brewing Company. This week the Ashland Fire & Rescue and Ashland … Continue reading »

Alex’s Restaurant Closed

ASHLAND, Ore. — A popular restaurant and bar in Ashland is now closed. Alex’s Restaurant locked its doors Saturday after the landlords placed a lien on the property and retook possession. According to the original owner of the restaurant, Alex Reid, the restaurant had been struggling for some time. Reid, who is still the namesake … Continue reading »

Warming Shelters Seek Volunteers

ASHLAND, Ore. — A standing room only crowd gathered at the Ashland Fire Station Wednesday evening to get more information and training on how to become a volunteer for Ashland’s warming shelters. Guests at Ashland’s Wednesday warming shelter settled in before the doors were locked for the night. Two volunteers also spend the night with … Continue reading »

Former Ashland Club Owner Arrested

ASHLAND, Ore. — A former club owner in Ashland appeared in court for reportedly using drugs to solicit sex from minors. Christopher Iverson faces 28 charges of sexual abuse and drug delivery, and that list is growing. Iverson was arrested this month after a three-year long investigation into illegal activity that apparently happened at his … Continue reading »

Hundreds Turn Out For Annual Dinner

ASHLAND, Ore. — For 34 years, the Ashland Christian Fellowship has served up Christmas dinner for anyone looking for company. This Christmas, Dezeria made her way to the old Ashland Armory from Eagle Point. “I woke up this morning feeling a little bit lonely because I live by myself with my dog,” she said. She … Continue reading »

Ashland PD Host Shop With A Cop Event

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland Police officers spent the morning searching through the aisles for gifts at the top of 16 kids’ wish lists. Saturday marked the 4th Annual “Shop with a Cop” Event. Each child got to spend a 100 dollar gift card at Walmart. Ashland Police officers helped the kids pick out their favorite … Continue reading »

Military Man Home for the Holidays

ASHLAND, Ore. — This holiday season, some members of the military are returning home for the first time in more than a year. One Ashland man left for the Navy in October of last year, and on Friday he surprised his sister at school. Students at Ashland High School were anxious for the bell to … Continue reading »

Ashland Shelter Bars Children

ASHLAND, Ore. — Some residents of Ashland are criticizing city government for not allowing children into the city’s only publicly-owned shelter. The city started using Pioneer Hall as a homeless shelter last January. Right now, it’s open two nights a week. But they say the problem is that it just isn’t a safe environment for … Continue reading »

Dozens of Residents Without Hot Water

ASHLAND, Ore. — The cold weather kept dozens of people from taking a hot shower Thursday. One plumbing company answered at least 20 calls for frozen pipe emergencies on Thursday. One of the calls led to an entire apartment complex with multiple frozen units, leaving dozens without hot water. A two-man crew tackled that location … Continue reading »

Mt. Ashland Waiting for Snow

MT. ASHLAND, Ore. — While the cold weather is causing problems for some, staff members at Mount Ashland say they’re hoping for more of it. On Monday, the mountain saw fifty mile an hour winds and snow, but it’s still way short of what they need to open their trails. Last year the resort opened … Continue reading »

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