Walden Sweeps 2nd District Representatve

 In the U.S. House of Representatives, Republican Greg Walden is holding onto his seat for another term. 71% of voters are supporting the incumbent. Congressman Walden spoke to us about his win through skype from Washington, D.C. and plans to get right to work. “Well you know, we actually go back into session next week, … Continue reading »

Oregon Election November 2014 Results

Here is where you’ll find the latest numbers for the 2014 Oregon General Election. These are the preliminary results released by county election offices and the Oregon Secretary of State. Numbers will start coming in at 8 p.m. and this page will be updated on Election Night until 11:30 p.m. This article highlights the top-watched candidates … Continue reading »

Help Wanted for Booming Tech Industry

MEDFORD, Ore. – If you want to see state of the art manufacturing, you need only walk down the street. Rogue Valley Microdevices in Medford produces micro computer chips, and they’re part of a growing tech industry in the area. “I guess you could consider us sort of a miniature intel. We have the clean … Continue reading »

Rep. Walden Responds to Address

Congressman Greg Walden says the president’s State of the Union speech didn’t surprise him. He says he is concerned the president is threatening to use executive action to get around congress, “I think if the president doesn’t like a law, then he should work with congress to get that law changed.” The representative said he … Continue reading »

Greg Walden Speaks on Veterans Day

MEDFORD, Ore. — Oregon Congressman Greg Walden spent his day honoring veterans at ceremonies across Southern Oregon. Congressman Walden started the day at a commemoration at the memorial park in central point, then celebrated with veterans at the V.A. Dom in White City. Later in the afternoon, Walden spoke with ROTC cadets and student veterans … Continue reading »

Dennis Linthicum Announces Congress Run

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — A Klamath County Commissioner says he wants to be Oregon’s next representative in Congress. Dennis Linthicum announced Wednesday that he will run against Republican Greg Walden to represent District 2. Linthicum has been a Klamath County Commissioner since 2010. Linthicum said he wanted to run because he feels federal regulations are … Continue reading »

U.S. House Passes “Healthy Forests” Act

WASHINGTON, D.C. — This week, a breakthrough has come on a bill to provide funding for Oregon’s O&C counties. The U.S. House passed the bi-partisan “Restoring Healthy Forests for Healthy Communities Act”, but Representative Greg Walden says the White House has threatened to veto it. “The President and his team clearly have no idea-none-about what’s … Continue reading »

Walden Talks Healthcare Reform

MEDFORD, Ore. — Local medical professionals were able to meet with Congressman Greg Walden on Friday to talk about the future of health care. It is part of a 6-day tour through parts of Oregon, to meet with local leaders about various issues. This event was held at the providence medical in Medford on Friday. … Continue reading »

Southern Oregon Honors Fallen Soldiers

EAGLE POINT, Ore. — More than a hundred people gathered at the Eagle Point National Cemetery to honor fallen soldiers this Memorial Day. Veteran Emmitt Patterson attended the service to remember his father who served in World War II and his friends who didn’t make it back from Vietnam with him. “It makes me feel good … Continue reading »

Heritage Earns Man Historic Invite

MEDFORD, Ore. — A Southern Oregon man is chosen to represent the state alongside congressman Greg Walden. The owner of Sunrise Café, Ed Chun, was told through a text message, he was invited to Washington D.C. “Turns out this little event turned out to  be a joint session of congress where the South Korean president … Continue reading »

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