SOU Earns Spot in CCC Championship

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics PORTLAND – Being the youngest of the Cascade Conference elite, the Southern Oregon men’s basketball team was banking on growing up by the time it arrived at this point of the season. Saturday night was a pretty good time to break out the measuring stick. Nearly three months removed from … Continue reading »

SOU Sweeps Season Series With OIT

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics MEN’S RECAP ASHLAND – Especially in regards to its rivalry with Oregon Tech, the Southern Oregon men’s basketball team has learned not to take any win for granted. That’s why the Raiders’ 67-58 win over the Owls on Saturday night at Riehm Arena will be remembered less for being a … Continue reading »

$1 Million on the Way for Water Project

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Oregon Senator’s Jeff Merkley and Ron Wyden have announced that the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation will award $1 million to jumpstart a major water infrastructure investment for the Southern Oregon Water for Irrigation, Streams and the Economy (WISE) project. Merkley, a newly-appointed member of the Senate Appropriations Water and Energy Subcommittee, and … Continue reading »

SOU Nabs Basketball Sweep at Evergreen

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics Men’s Recap: OLYMPIA, Wash. – Tim Weber (Roseburg, Ore./Roseburg) filled up the box score again Saturday night, recording his fourth triple-double of the season and breaking Southern Oregon University’s single-season assist record in the process during an 83-71 win over Evergreen at CRC Gymnasium. Weber finished with 13 points, 11 … Continue reading »

Storm Cleanup Begins

MEDFORD, Ore. —  The weather gave Southern Oregon a break Saturday and cleanup could get underway after winds and rain whipped through the Rogue Valley bringing down trees on tops of houses. The Red Cross is helping a family who was misplaced when a redwood tree fell on their home early Saturday morning. The Red Cross is … Continue reading »

Power Outages in Southern Oregon

ASHLAND, Ore. — Pacific Power reports about 650 customers are without power in Ashland and Prospect because of a transmission interruption. Crews are on scene and repairs are underway. About 1,400 residents in Klamath Falls are also without service. This includes customers in Keno and Chiloquin. Some 600 of these customers have been without power since the overnight hours. Crews have … Continue reading »

Raiders Lose Again to NCU, 80-69

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics ASHLAND, Ore. — Austin Kuemper went for 18 points and eight rebounds but Northwest Christian’s bench outscored its starters Saturday night in an 80-69 win over 12th-ranked Southern Oregon at Riehm Arena. Javonte Byrd scored 14 points, Jack Hackman added 13 and Kyle Ferreira made three 3-pointers for the Beacons … Continue reading »

SOU Picks Up Doubleheader Sweep at OIT

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — Men’s Recap: Southern Oregon’s table-turning streak against the Oregon Tech men’s basketball team is still alive after weathering a Lavar Moore storm Saturday night at Danny Miles Court. Just barely. Moore scored 31 points, making six of eight 3-point attempts in the second half, but Eric … Continue reading »

SOU Nabs First #1 Ranking

Courtesy: Southern Oregon University Athletics KANSAS CITY, Mo. – NAIA top-25 voters conveyed a clear message all season long that the Southern Oregon University football team would have to prove itself to get the rankings the Raiders felt they deserved. So they did. And on Monday, three days after securing the program’s first national championship … Continue reading »

S. Oregon Stars in Budweiser Commercial

JACKSONVILLE, Ore. — One of the newest Budweiser commercials features scenes and characters from right here in the Rogue Valley. The commercial was just released online yesterday. It follows five childhood friends, as they reunite for the first time in nearly a decade. The commercial also shows snip-its of downtown Jacksonville, and a bus labeled … Continue reading »

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