White City Group Promoting Incorporation

WHITE CITY, Ore. – A Southern Oregon group is raising awareness about a ballot measure that could impact more than 8,000 people between Medford and Eagle Point. A group of residents are putting up large signs around White City. The group is hoping to bring attention to a ballot measure to incorporate White City. Organizers … Continue reading »

Roadwork Almost Complete Near White City

WHITE CITY, Ore. – Just as winter weather is around the corner, Jackson County’s Road Department is wrapping up work on a pair of project to remove dangerous or nuisance corners on two busy roads. This stretch of East Kirtland Road near the former 3-M plant in White City used to be a series of … Continue reading »

Biomass One Fire In White City

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Just before 5:00 p.m. Tuesday evening, multiple agencies responded to fire at Bio Mass One in White City, blocking off Avenue G and sending smoke through the sky. It was a familiar scene for Tery Jenkins of White City.  “I’ve seen a couple of them that have ignited, but nothing this … Continue reading »

Crash Slows Traffic On Highway 62

WHITE CITY, Ore. — Two drivers were rushed to the hospital, slowing the morning commute for drivers. It happened on Highway 62 near Agate Road. Oregon State Police say 85-year-old Willis Hughes was turning left from the highway into the Chevron Parking Lot. Troopers say that’s when a 57-year-old Orauralia Robles collided with the man’s … Continue reading »

Boys & Girls Club In White City to Close

By Yessenia Anderson WHITE CITY, Ore. — The Boys and Girls Club in White City will be closing its doors come this September. That decision is set to have ripple effects across the whole city. Boys and Girls Club officials say they have been battling years of financial hardship and with no other source of … Continue reading »

White City Boys and Girls Club To Close

By Yessenia Anderson WHITE CITY,Ore. — After battling years of financial hardship, the Boys and Girls Club in White City will be closing its doors this September. The 500 students that attend the Boys and Girls Club in White City will have to find another place to go after school. Officials said it was a … Continue reading »

Tiger Sanctuary Hopes for New Vehicle

By Steven Sandberg OUTSIDE WHITE CITY, Ore. — A local nonprofit that cares for rescued tigers and other wild animals says a little help from the public can mean a big help for some big cats. The Oregon Tiger Sanctuary is competing for a chance to win a new Toyota vehicle in the 100 Cars … Continue reading »

White City Moves Toward Incorporation

By Yessenia Anderson WHITE CITY, Ore. — White City is closer to becoming a real city after four hours of problem solving by commissioners. When the petition for incorporation was originally submitted, county officials believed there might have been fatal flaws in it. Those errors included not having the proper paperwork filed with the county clerk, … Continue reading »

White City Warehouse Shuts Down

By Bryan Navarro WHITE CITY, Ore. — A White City warehouse is deserted after two-dozen employees are unexpectedly laid off. Ferry-Morse, based out of Kentucky, opened its White City distribution center in summer of 2009. One worker there said during the busy season, the 100,000-square foot warehouse was stacked to the ceiling and trucks were … Continue reading »

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