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  • Jackson County Moves to Stay Pot Tax

    MEDFORD, Ore. — Jackson County Commissioners are hoping to stay a marijuana tax recently approved by voters. They say they plan to put it into effect once many of the details have been sorted out. Jackson County voters recently approved a local tax on both medical and recreational marijuana. In a meeting Thursday morning, Commissioners … Continue reading »

  • Lawmakers Consider “Ban the Box” Bill

    ASHLAND, Ore. — Coty Hammond walks into the Ashland Community Resource Center with a backpack slung over his shoulder. He sits down at one of the tables inside and pulls out a folder with a thick stack of 30 resumes. His work experience only takes up a half a page, but he says he isn’t … Continue reading »

  • Retired Man Arrested for Firearm Theft

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — A 73-year-old retiree was arrested this week, accused of stealing firearms from a police evidence locker. Lee Darrow was arrested on Tuesday on charges related to the theft of multiple firearms from the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety evidence locker. He faces 27 counts of theft in the first degree. … Continue reading »

  • Not Quite As Warm, Chance For a Shower

    WEATHER DISCUSSION Temperatures climbed to 20 degrees above average across the region this afternoon.  In fact, we broke 3 records and tied another.  Medford tied the 1923 record of 80 degrees.  Klamath Falls topped the old record of 70 degrees by hitting 71 today.  Mt. Shasta City hit 77 degrees, which beats the 1966 record … Continue reading »

  • Out & About: Mt. Ashland Bash

    The calendar and the weather all point to spring, but Mt. Ashland is holding on to winter. The most recent storm wasn’t enough to drop snow on the mountain, but the ski area is still celebrating. On Saturday it’s holding a big mountain bash. The lifts won’t be open, but there will be food and … Continue reading »

  • HealthWatch: Baseball Safety

    As spring rolls around, so does baseball! Whether your child is playing Little League or on the sandlot with friends, it’s important to help him or her stay injury free. A new study says most baseball parents are unaware of safe practices to prevent injury. Some of the recommended guidelines include: proper warmup exercises, a maximum … Continue reading »

  • Man Wanted for Grants Pass Shooting

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Oregon State Police  is trying to find 21-year-old Stephen Bryce Murphy from Grants Pass. If you know where he is, contact the Oregon State Police Southern Command Center at 541-474-3174. If you see him, call 911. Murphy should be considered armed and dangerous and should not be approached. At 7:13 pm … Continue reading »

  • ATV-Riding Impostors in Cave Junction

    CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. – Pacific Power and the Josephine County Sheriff’s Office are warning Cave Junction residents to beware of ATV riders posing as Pacific Power employees. The Sheriff’s Office says a group of men are allegedly riding ATVs and posing as Pacific Power employees checking on voltage issues. The men have been spotted at three … Continue reading »

  • Costco Submits Plans to Relocate

        MEDFORD, Ore. — Officials with Costco submitted project plans to the Medford City Planning Department to move locations. The current plan lists a project address on Central Ave. and E. McAndrews Rd. in Medford. The total site area is 15.38 acres and building area 155,548 square feet. Talks over potentially moving the Medford store across town … Continue reading »

  • Oregon Gets Timber Counties Payments

    GRANTS PASS, Ore. (AP) – The U.S. House has passed a Medicare bill that includes renewal of a program that pays subsidies to timber counties, especially in Oregon. The House voted 392-37 on Thursday to pass the bill that permanently blocks physician Medicare cuts. It now goes to the Senate. Attached to the bill is … Continue reading »

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