Confusion Over Pop Warner Playoffs

PHOENIX, Ore. — Confusion and frustration off the field in the ranks of the Rogue Valley Pop Warner Football League. Parents of the Phoenix-based team are considering their options after the league said their kids would be on the sidelines looking on as the league heads to playoffs. Parents met Thursday night at the Phoenix … Continue reading »

Friday Night Blitz, October 18th

With only two weeks left in the regular season, each game takes on more intensity, but the Black and Blue Bowl always has high stakes. Highlights include North Medford/South Medford, Crater/South Eugene, Bend/Eagle Point, Willamette/Ashland, North Valley/Phoenix, Mazama/Henley, Klamath Union/Hidden Valley, Illinois Valley/Cascade Christian and Powers/Butte Falls.

Friday Night Blitz, September 13th

Friday Night Blitz from September 13th. Games include South Medford losing to Thurston, North Medford’s win over Grants Pass, Ashland beating Marist and our Game of the Week featuring Eagle Point and Churchill.

Friday Night Blitz: August 30th

South Medford loses a physical battle to West Salem. Crater falls to Tualatin in a high scoring contest. Ashland shuts out Klamath Union while Cascade Christian gets blanked by Santiam Christian. Check out these highlights and more on the Friday Night Blitz.

Bohn, Shipley Excelling in Class A

MEDFORD, Ore. – Two former Southern Oregon baseball stars are putting summer slumps behind them and streaking in the minor leagues. Former Phoenix Pirate Justin Bohn is currently playing for the Miami Marlins’ Class A affiliate, Greensboro Grasshoppers. After hitting only .177 with the Marlins’ short season affiliate, Bohn is now batting .345 with two … Continue reading »

PHS Students Fundraising with Fireworks

PHOENIX, Ore. — Phoenix High School students are selling fireworks to raise money for marching band camp and choir robes. The school’s music boosters will get 30% of total sales.  Some of that money will go to help student volunteers pay for marching band camp. “This is our one big make it or break it fundraiser … Continue reading »

Water Bills Running High in Phoenix

PHOENIX, Ore. — A water rate issue in Phoenix has been boiling over the past few months and Tuesday night a study was presented in a meeting to both city council and the members of the community. Some members of the community feel they are paying several times more than the amount of water they … Continue reading »

Roscoe’s Empty After Closing Sale

PHOENIX, Ore. – The former home of Roscoe’s BBQ is now empty. The restaurant’s owners sold everything in the place today help pay for medical expenses. The iconic restaurant closed earlier this month when owner Will Moore fell ill with a rare and incurable disease known as Stevens Johnston Syndrome. Because they don’t have health … Continue reading »

False Alarms an Issue During Burn Season

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Drive down Interstate-5 during open burn season and you’ll see the hillsides dotted with columns of smoke. Most are contained, and many are legal, but they often get called in to 911 dispatchers anyway. When that happens, firefighters are obligated to respond. Since each truck is built to handle a variety … Continue reading »

Free Tax Assistance For Veterans

PHOENIX, Ore. — Veterans looking to file their taxes can have them done for free at two locations in the Rogue Valley. Liberty Tax in Phoenix and Ashland will file tax returns for both military veterans and those currently active in the military. Liberty Tax officials say it is all about giving back to those … Continue reading »

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