Crews Clean Up Truck Crash Intersection

MEDFORD, Ore. — Crews spent the day cleaning up a Medford intersection after a truck crashed into a traffic light pole Sunday morning. Crews took down wires and traffic lights from the pole the truck ran into and worked into the late afternoon with the plan to take the pole down safely. The accident happened at the … Continue reading »

Woman Delivers Baby Unexpectedly in Home

MEDFORD, Ore. — A woman and her newborn baby are safe at the hospital after an early morning delivery in the living room of their home. Medford Fire responded to a call just before 4 a.m. this morning in the 2000 block of Salyer Lane. Medford Police say the call was about a woman having … Continue reading »

Golf Course Cleans Up Tree Damage

MEDFORD, Ore. — The wind that ripped through the Rogue Valley uprooted more than ten trees on the Rogue Valley Country Club Golf Course. Grounds crews at the RVCC spent Friday picking up cracked limbs and trunks scattered all over the green. With all of the moisture in the past month, the wind storm completely ripped … Continue reading »

Festival of Trees Sees Big Crowds

MEDFORD, Ore. — Lines of people filed into the Medford Armory for the last public day of the Providence Festival of Trees Sunday. People spent the day taking last looks at the decorated trees, getting their picture taken with Santa and listening to live Christmas tunes. The next step is for volunteers to pack up … Continue reading »

Medford Man In Hospital After Hit & Run

[UPDATE] Medford Police have arrested 59-year-old Ronald Cook as a suspect in a hit and run from late Friday night. Medford Police were able to determine that the driver of the suspect vehicle, which is registered out of California, was associated with the Best Western Horizon Inn on E. Barnett Road. Officers found that the … Continue reading »

Students Clean Up Graffiti in Lewis Park

MEDFORD, Ore. — Nine North Medford High School seniors spent Saturday morning painting a fence that has become a hot spot for graffiti. The long fence in Lewis Park  got a fresh coat of paint to get rid of the graffiti tags. The students volunteered their time for a senior project and to get a few … Continue reading »

Designers Setup For Festival of Trees

MEDFORD, Ore. — Designers are setting up their Christmas trees in the Medford Armory Tuesday for the annual Providence Festival of Trees. Some of the Rogue Valley’s finest designers and decorators have rolled out the red carpet to debut their masterpieces at this year’s winter festival. The money collected will go towards supporting the Providence … Continue reading »

Christmas Lights Growing in Options

MEDFORD, Ore. — With buying Christmas trees, comes buying lights. The number of options on store shelves may make it harder for shoppers to know which ones are the best to buy. The difference between all of them ranges anywhere from price to wattage to convenience and color. If you want to change up your lights … Continue reading »

Christmas Tree Sales Hit New Record

MEDFORD, Ore. — Christmas tree farms in the Rogue Valley are already breaking records in tree sales. The U Cut Christmas Tree Farm opened its doors to families Friday. Larry Ryerson is one of the owners of the farm, deeply rooted in family generations. Ryerson and his family have grown trees on the land since the … Continue reading »

Black Friday Shoppers Find Other Options

MEDFORD, Ore. — Black Friday shoppers are still out and about searching for holiday deals Friday, but some are finding other options to shop. Some like the hunt at big department stores, some prefer to shop at small local stores, while others prefer to stay at home and click away online. Some stores anticipating the big crowds … Continue reading »

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