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  • Holiday Shopping Safety

    MEDFORD, Ore., — While most of us enjoy playing Santa and getting in the Christmas spirit through gift giving there are lots of Grinches out there waiting to take advantage of you during the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. NewsWatch 12 spoke with the Medford Police Department to learn more about how to … Continue reading »

  • Mt. Ashland Community Ready to Reunite

    NEAR ASHLAND, Ore. — There is a lot of excitement growing for the upcoming winter. Snow dances, parties and prayer ceremonies are some of the ways outdoor enthusiasts are getting ready for what will surely be a better ski year for Mt. Ashland. Disappointment over last year’s failure to open is being replaced with optimism … Continue reading »

  • Ferguson Protests in Medford

    MEDFORD, Ore. —  People gathered downtown to rally in response to the grand jury decision and to join so-called racism demonstrations. The rally this afternoon was peaceful and full of activity. Activists and locals came together to show support not only for the Brown family, but also to bring awareness to what they say are injustices by … Continue reading »

  • Southern Oregon Prepares for the Flu

    MEDFORD, Ore. — As we head into December, flu season is upon us. There have already been six cases in Oregon and medical facilities are prepping vaccines. Health experts say it typically takes two weeks for the flu vaccination to make your body immune to the virus. Last year, flu season started right after Thanksgiving … Continue reading »

  • Evans Valley School Gets New Roof

    EVANS VALLEY, Ore. — Evans Valley Education and Community Center is getting a new roof.  The facility has been open for almost two-years after it was donated by the school district to the Evans Valley Community Association.  The school is nearly 90 years old, and a leaky gym roof has been causing the new owners some … Continue reading »

  • Anchor Mom: Preparing for Preschool

    My “baby” just turned 3.  He’ll be the first to tell you he’s no longer a baby.  But since he has a fall birthday, I get to pretend for a few extra months before he’s “supposed” to start school. But the truth is that our daycare provider already does school work with him.  And he … Continue reading »

  • Protest Planned at Medford Walmart

    MEDFORD, Ore. – A public rally is planned on Thanksgiving Day at the Walmart Supercenter on Center Dr., as workers press the company to commit to paying a higher wage, institute a new scheduling policy and upgrade protections for pregnant workers. The event comes as some workers at the Walmart in Klamath Falls plan a three day strike, opposing what they say is … Continue reading »

  • Man Pleads Guilty to Sex Abuse Charges

    PORTLAND, Ore.– An 18-year-old will spend the next 28 years of his life in jail for sexually assaulting two women. John Hubbard of Portland plead guilty to six sex crimes from earlier this year. Multnomah authorities said he sexually assaulted a 16-year-old on her way to school in March. Then in June they said he … Continue reading »

  • Rally Highlights Divide Over Ferguson

    MEDFORD, Ore. – People have gathered in Vogel Plaza on Central Ave. to show support for Michael Brown and his family. About 30 people rallied Tuesday afternoon, chanting and drumming in support of Brown’s family. Those driving by were largely honking and yelling support for Officer Darren Wilson. Wilson is the Ferguson, Missouri police officer … Continue reading »

  • Family Tree Maker “PC” User Group

    When: December 2, 2014 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
    Where: Jackson County Genealogy Library, 3405 South Pacific Highway, Medford, OR 97501, USA

    This informal, casual group usually meets the first Tuesday of each month as long as interest continues. Everyone is encouraged to bring problems or concerns, etc. and as a group we try and resolve these … Continue reading »

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