Douglas Co. Lifts HPAI Virus Restriction

DOUGLAS COUNTY — The Oregon Department of Agriculture has lifted¬†restrictions in Douglas County related to highly pathogenic avian influenza¬†(HPAI). No new detections of HPAI have been detected since the original incident back in December. Due to the lift in restrictions, the movement of poultry and poultry products is now allowed within Douglas County. With recent … Continue reading »

125 Veterans Sick With Norovirus

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Wednesday, veterans could be seen crossing Crater Lake Highway to grab a cup of coffee or go to the convenience store. Along the way, each one was talking about the Norovirus and some even said Wednesday was the first day they were feeling better after first feeling symptoms on Saturday. While … Continue reading »

West Nile Threat Not Affecting Campers

ASHLAND, Ore. — There were no empty campsites at Emigrant Lake on the first day of Labor Day weekend. “Well, I started a little of a week ago last Thursday and I’m just trying to take as much advantage of the summer as I can,” said camper Yancey Savage of Medford. Savage said he reserved … Continue reading »