Task Force Leader Releases Statement

CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– A former head of the Southern Oregon High Tech Crimes Task Force is speaking out about an investigation from 2012. Former Central Point Police Lt. Josh Moulin headed the special task force since it’s inception in 2005. In August 2012 he became the target of an investigation by Oregon State Police and … Continue reading »

Central Point Works To Improve Pine St.

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — If you are driving through Central Point you might have noticed some big construction projects in the works. The city is working with ad companies and other agencies on improving its downtown. One of the big projects is the addition of a Walgreen’s at the corner of North Pacific Highway and … Continue reading »

Classmates Meet Face-To-Face

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — The virtual Charter school Oregon Connections Academy held a meet-and-greet on Friday for its students and family members. There were 25 to 30 students that met at the Central Point Grange, grades K through Eight, who learned about aviation through making paper airplanes. They also had the opportunity to meet their … Continue reading »

Garage Fire in Central Point

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – A major structure fire is burning on the 4600 block of N. Pacific Highway in Central Point. The call came it at about 10:15 P.M. reporting a garage burning to the ground. Neighbors were the first to see the smoke and called 911. The fire was spreading so fast that crews … Continue reading »

Movie Rental Giant To Close Its Doors

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Those in the movie rental business said 2004 was the peak for industry and 2009 is when they took a big hit. On demand, streaming, and Redbox are among the change to movie renting.  Ever since, movie rental giants have been closing and soon Blockbuster will hit eject. “You’ll find our … Continue reading »

Cities Vote on Placing Measure on Ballot

MEDFORD, Ore. — Kim Cornette and her two young boys visited the Central Point library on Monday, a place that has become a regular stop every week. “For years we’ve enjoyed using the library, but recently since school has begun, we’ve enjoyed coming to find books that my boys can use for the projects and … Continue reading »

Pizza Truck Stolen, Ends In Police Chase

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Jackson County Sheriff’s Department arrested a man for taking off in a pizza delivery truck and leading them on a chase through Medford and Central Point. Friday night, a driver for Angelo’s Pizza made a delivery at a friend’s house in west Medford on Clover Lane. While dropping off the pizza, … Continue reading »

Newly Hired Principals Are Diverse

WHITE CITY, Ore. – A new study by the Department of Education shows students who learn English as second language are struggling when it comes to meeting educational objectives for their grade. School District 9 just hired two new principals each with diverse background in education. Education officials hope this will help improve the learning environment … Continue reading »

RV Storage Theft Investigation

MEDFORD, Ore. – Medford Police say there are new leads into the thefts occurring at RV Storage Facilities in the Medford and Central Point area. Officials say over the last 2 weekends, 22 people reported stolen property from three different facilities. On Tuesday, The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department found some of that stolen property while … Continue reading »

Local Lawmaker to Run for Governor

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. — Representative Dennis Richardson has announced his bid for Governor. The Republican representing Central Point said he will seek the Republican gubernatorial nomination for the May Primary election leading up to the November 2014 election. He started his campaign at 8 a.m. at the Central Point War Memorial in Don Jones Park. … Continue reading »

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