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Annual Report: US Cellular Community Park Generated 10 Million Dollars In Economic Stimulus

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th January NewsMedford parksUS Cellular Community Park
A report from the Medford Parks ad Recreation Department shows that the US Cellular Community Park had an economic impact of $10.2 million produced by 44 tournaments and events in 2014. That’s an increase of 11 percent from 2013. The report indicates that some 1,415 teams competed on the park’s 11 synthetic turf fields- including nearly 748 from outside the Rogue Valley.Read More »

Father, Daughter Arrested For Stealing Purse

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th January NewsAmanda O'NealJohn O'Nealstealing
A father and daughter in Grants Pass are in custody, accused of stealing a woman’s purse from her while she was loading her car January in the Wal-Mart parking lot. Police received a tip that the suspects and the getaway car matched the description of 50-year old John O’Neal and his 22-year old daughter Amanda. Their car was spotted Tuesday morning at 7:45 a.m. at Griffin Park.Read More »

2014 Crime Stats for Medford Offer Mixed Bag of News

By Jim McCoy Wed 14th January Newscrime statistics
A report from the Medford Police Department reveals a mixture of good and bad news. The bad news is property crimes such as thefts and cars thefts are up by seven percent and 33 percent respectively, and arson went up 29 percent. Suicide calls also went up by 15 percent. On the positive side- there no murders in Medford in 2014, and in general, violent crime went down.Read More »

Police Looking For Alleged Stalker In Medford

By Jim McCoy Tue 13th January NewsJohn Arandatalking
The Medford Police are searching for a man with an alleged history of stalking and assaulting a local woman. Authorities have been unable to locate 34-year old John Aranda. He’s 5’6” and 180 pounds. He was put on probation for stalking and attacking a woman last year, and now he is in violation for stalking the same woman again.Read More »

Woman Arrested for Prescription Forgery

By Jim McCoy Tue 13th January Newsprescription forgerSirenna Guice
Police believe a Sacramento woman used fake prescriptions to pick up at least 20 bottles of narcotic cough syrup from Portland-area pharmacies, intending to sell them in California. KATU-TV reports (http://is.gd/vt01qV ) 20-year-old Sirenna Guice made an initial court appearance Monday in Hillsboro.Read More »

Conservation Group Buys Another Central Oregon Ranch

A conservation group that bought a large ranch on the John Day River in Central Oregon and sold it for use as a state park has now bought another property on the river. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1y4OTJO ) the Western Rivers Conservancy paid an undisclosed sum for the Rattray ranch of 14,000 acres in Gilliam County. It's been in the same family since the 1880s. Read More »

News - US Terror Gaffe

By admin Tue 13th January News
The United States is in Damage Protection mode after refusing to send a high level official to show Solidarity in the freedom march in France this Weekend.
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News - Kitzhaber Sworn In

By admin Tue 13th January News
John Kitzhaber has been Sworn in for an unprecedented fourth term as Oregon Governor.
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News - Anti Islam Rally

By admin Tue 13th January News
Strong Crowds have shown up for an anti-Islam Rally in Dresden.
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Man Threatens To Blow Up Deli "In Name of Allah"

By Jim McCoy Tue 13th January NewsAbdalah MohamedIra's Deliterror threat
Court records say a man who couldn't buy a single cigarette at a Portland deli referred to the owner as a Jew and threatened to blow up the store "in the name of Allah." KOIN reports (http://bit.ly/1wb3tsc ) police arrested 19-year-old Abdalah Mohamed on Friday on charges of second-degree intimidation. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/1wb3Kv8 ) he pleaded not guilty Monday atRead More »

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