September 2012

UPDATE: Power In Eagle Point Outage To Be Restored by 12:30 p.m.

By Jim McCoy Tue 25th September NewsEagle Point newspower outage

TheDove TV has learned from Monte Mendenhall at Pacific Power, that power should be restored by 12:30 p.m. today to the 2,479 customers affected by this morning's power outage. A downed line at the Stevens Road substation is responsible for the outage that occurred at 8:59 a.m. As a result of the outage, students at Eagle Point High School were sent home.Read More »

Oregon Shakespeare Festival Employees Dedicating Tonight's Green Show To ACCESS

By Jim McCoy Tue 25th September NewsaccessOSF
Oregon Shakespeare Festival employees are joining ACCESS in the fight against hunger. For tonight's Green Show, billed as "Feed The Valley: A benefit for ACCESS," OSF is asking attendees to bring non-perishable food items in exchange for the free musical performance provided by about a dozen OSF employees from all lines of work. The Green Show runs tonight from 6:45 to 7:30 p.m.Read More »

Oregon Guard Soldiers To Prepare for 2014 Deployment

By Jim McCoy Tue 25th September NewsAfghanistanOregon National Guard

The Army has told an Oregon National Guard unit to start preparing for deployment to Afghanistan in 2014.
The Guard started notifying the 1,800 members of the 41st Infantry Brigade Combat Team over the weekend.
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BREAKING NEWS: Power Outage In Eagle Point, High School Is Closing For Day (10:17 a.m.)

A power outage in Eagle Point this morning is resulting in a closure at Eagle Point High School. Buses will be taking high school students home a 10:30 a.m.

It is important to note that per the Eagle Point School District office- ALL other schools will maintain their full day schedules.Read More »

Report: Southern Oregon Gains Jobs, But More Unemployed

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th September Newseconomyjobssouthern Oregon jobs
The numbers released today by Worksource Oregon reveal the same mixed report experienced at the state level. While there is a gain in jobs, the unemployment rate is also going up slightly, when comparing August to July. Jackson County gained 550 jobs, and gains were also experienced in Josephine County, Coos and Curry counties.Read More »

Search of Rogue River Home Nets Drugs, Suspects

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th September Newsdrug raidRogue River news
An early morning search of a home on East Evans Creek Road in Rogue River led to the discovery of a marijuana processing operation a the arrest of five suspects. Heroin and marijuana were seized, along with other evidence. A Jackson County Sheriff's Deputy and a Rogue River Police Department Officer made the 3:30 a.m. call on reports that the residence was a suspected drug house.Read More »

Bike Thefts Surge In Medford, Including A Judge

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th September Newstheft
Jackson County Circuit Court Judge Tim Barnack is one of the latest victims of bicycle thieves in Medford. He was at a gym for an hour one day last week and when he came out, his $1,000 mountain bike was gone. Police Sgt.Read More »

AAA: Gas Prices Start To Decrease In Oregon

By Jim McCoy Mon 24th September Newseconomic newsgas prices

The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Oregon is $3.97. That's down 4 cents in a week. It's 16 cents higher than the national average. Some metro prices from Monday's AAA survey: Portland $3.95, Salem $3.96, Eugene-Springfield $3.98, and Medford-Ashland $4.

Challengers- Bulldogs Preview

After three dominant wins, 3-0 Cascade Christian takes on an eastern Oregon power house when they play Nyssa tomorrow afternoon in La Pine. The Challengers defense has been anchored by a line possessed, led by the likes of Daniel Grissom, David Sellers, Trenton Greisen, just to name a few. Cascade Christian will be tested by a bulldogs team that likes to run and run well.Read More »

Ducks-'Cats Preview: A Feast of Offense

By Jim McCoy Fri 21st September SportsArizona Wildcatscollege footballOregon Ducks
Much has been made this week about how new Arizona coach Rich Rodriguez pioneered the up-tempo, no-huddle offense, and how Oregon coach Chip Kelly has taken the concept and run with it, so to speak. So while most eyes are unblinkingly watching the two hyper-drive offenses, it may be the defenses that determine the outcome when the No. 22 Wildcats visit the No.Read More »


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