HEALTHWATCH: How Stress Impacts The Body

MEDFORD, Ore. — In anticipation of the 5th Annual Rogue Valley Health Fair on Saturday, January 24th, we were joined on NewsWatch 12 This Morning by a specialist to talk about how stress impacts our bodies. Mark Rich is from the Alphabiotic Brain Balance Center in Ashland. He gives tips on ways to identify the … Continue reading »

MLK Day Celebration in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. — People across the country are coming out to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. today. In Ashland, people are planning their own way of honoring the legendary civil rights leader. It is the 26th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration at the Historic Ashland Armory. The event is from 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. … Continue reading »

Local Businessman Heading to Daytona

ASHLAND, OR — Derek DeBoer, the General Manager of TC Chevy in Ashland, is getting back to his dream of being a professional race car driver. According to DeBoer, he deferred his passion for racing to pursue an education, career and family. But, this week he was told that he will be driving an Aston Martin … Continue reading »

Pacific Domes Reflects on Haiti Support

ASHLAND, Ore. — Five years ago Monday, an earthquake devastated Haiti. The 7.0 magnitude quake shook the capital of Port-Au-Prince on Jan. 12, 2010. The rebuilding is continuing and local agencies are sharing how they have helped rebuild after the destruction. Pacific Domes has been in operation in Ashland since the 1980’s. The local company pooled … Continue reading »

Oregon Trails-Big Floods

MEDFORD, Ore.–For most southern Oregon residents memories of the New Year’s Day Flood of 1997 is the most recent reminder of how warm rain on heavy wet snow can cause catastrophic flooding in our region. The really big storm and floods of Christmas 1964 set the standard for measuring how bad winter weather can be … Continue reading »

Ashland Schools Respond to Chickenpox

ASHLAND, Ore. — Ashland School District is responding to several cases of chickenpox in the district since November. The district has had 26 cases since November 17th. Three of those cases were reported over the winter break. The school sent out a letter to parents on Friday outlining plans to keep students and community members … Continue reading »

Snow Plows Gear Up for Winter Weather

ASHLAND, Ore. — The recent storm system that moved through our area salted the mountains with snow, and dribbled rain across the Rogue Valley. Even though, no snow stuck to the ground in Ashland, there was a chance it could. This had snow crews on stand-by, and plows geared up and ready to go. The … Continue reading »

Local Grocery Stores Part of Sell Off

ASHLAND, Ore. — Several local Safeway and Albertsons locations are about to go through a sell off, and name change. In order to obtain permission from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to allow the companies to merge, the two chains have agreed to sell 168 stores to several buyers – including 20 Oregon locations – … Continue reading »

Fellowship Holds Community Dinner

ASHLAND, Ore. —  Ashland Christian Fellowship held a Community Christmas Dinner on Christmas Day at the Old Ashland Armory. This was the 35th annual community dinner hosted by the Christian Fellowship. The organization offered a full Christmas meal with all of the trimmings, while experiencing the wonderful Christmas ambiance, and live music. Since 1980, the organization has hosted … Continue reading »

SOU Raiders Parade in Ashland

ASHLAND, Ore. — The streets of Downtown Ashland were lined with fans as the Raiders took their victory ride through town today. The players and coaches said they are certainly enjoying their time in the spotlight, especially all the love and support from fans. Holding their banner proudly, the newest NAIA champs are back in … Continue reading »

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