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 »

Shoppers Scoring Black Friday Deals

MEDFORD, Ore. — Shoppers are already taking advantage of Black Friday deals in Southern Oregon. Some stores opened Thursday night and will stay open throughout the day Friday. Every year, people spend hours waiting outside of stores to grab the deals they have been eyeing inside. Some stores said the big deals this year are … Continue reading »

Medford Police Locate Missing Boy

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Medford Police Department has located an at risk missing juvenile. Police say 16-year-old Brendan Nicholas Dutton left his home in the 2400 block of Dellwood Avenue in Medford around 8 p.m. Saturday after an argument with his parents. Police located him at around 10:30 a.m. Sunday and have now returned him to … Continue reading »

More Students Falling to Homelessness

MEDFORD, Ore. — More and more Medford students are falling into homelessness. According to new data from the Oregon Department of Education, 1,200 Medford students are experiencing homelessness, a 21% increase from last year. In light of that, programs like Hearts With A Mission are upping the ante in serving those kids, which now account … Continue reading »

Denny’s Opens in Medford

MEDFORD, Ore. — A 24-hour restaurant reestablished itself in Medford Sunday. After negotiating for many years, Denny’s has resurfaced. The first restaurant was in the city more than 10 years ago. The highway expansion at that time forced the original Denny’s to close down. Employees spent the day Sunday getting ready for the anxious customers waiting … Continue reading »

Man Arrested for Wheelchair Theft

MEDFORD, Ore. — A man was arrested after allegedly trying to steal a wheelchair. While assisting on a medical call on Eastwood Avenue on Saturday night, Medford Police say a man stole a $1,500 wheelchair out of the unlocked ambulance. Police officers contacted the suspect, 21-year-old Joshua Poff, at this residence and tried to arrest … Continue reading »

Ballots Continue To Be Dropped Off

MEDFORD, Ore. — Jackson County Elections officials continued counting ballots Sunday. They said with days to go there is still time for people to turn in last second ballots. As of now the elections office is on the verge of 39-percent voter turnout. They said by the time elections are here, they expect to finish … Continue reading »

Darkwing Manor Closes Its Doors

MEDFORD, Ore. —  A famous haunted manor is closing its doors after rain caused flooding on the property Friday night. Rain destroyed the parking lot across from the Darkwing Manor, making it near impossible for drivers to get their cars unstuck from the mud. Volunteers spend months putting together sets and decorations for the manor’s annual … Continue reading »

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