Reports Encouraging On Drunk Driving In Southern Oregon

By Jim McCoy Wed 4th February Newsdrunk drivingSuper Bowl 49
It was a quiet Super Bowl weekend for Jackson County law enforcement on the lookout for drunk drivers. The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department reports there were no arrests for drunk driving last weekend as the Seahawks and Patriots squared off. Deputies did- however- recover one stolen vehicle and took a suspect into custody.

Jackson County Citizen's Alert Test

By Jim McCoy Tue 3rd February Newscitizen's alert test
Around 10 a.m. Tuesday, Jackson County conducted a Citizen Alert test. All residents with landlines received a call. People who signed up to receive alerts by cell phone or e-mail also received test messages. Jackson County Sheriff Corey Falls is encouraging all residents to sign up, so they may be notified of emergencies for events that may affect their personal safety or property.Read More »

Fraudulent Card Reader Found At Grants Pass Gas Station

By Jim McCoy Tue 3rd February Newscredit card fraudU-Save/Union 76
The Grants Pass Department of Public Safety reports suspicious activity at the U-Save/Union 76 station on Rogue River Highway. The station contacted authorities o Monday, saying they found an unauthorized credit card reader attached to one of their legitimate card readers attached to a gas pump. As a result, an investigation is underway.Read More »

Jackson County May Compensate Ranchers For Wolf Kills

By Jim McCoy Tue 3rd February Newsrancherswolves
Jackson County may compensate ranchers for livestock killed by wolves. The county would need to set up a wolf depredation committee to qualify for state grants. The Mail Tribune reports ( 11 Oregon counties already have such committees and Jackson would be the first on the west side of the Cascades. Jackson County commissioners are discussing wolf kRead More »

Cow Creeks Lay Off 93 Workers, Steeling For Legal Battle With Coquilles

The tribe that runs the Seven Feathers Casino Resort along Interstate 5 in Southern Oregon has laid off nearly 10 percent of its workforce, which numbered about 1,000. The Medford Mail Tribune ( reports the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians said Monday that 93 employees got a severance package. In a press release, Chairman Michael Rondeau blamed the Read More »

News - SOU Driving Plan

By admin Tue 3rd February News
Morning Update on Obama's Budget, Winter Storms, Canceled Flights, and an SOU Driving Plan
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News - Obama Budget Plan

By admin Tue 3rd February News
President Obama's Budget Plan is a 6.4% increase over projected spending this year.
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News - Winter Storm

By admin Tue 3rd February News
The Late Winter Series of storms continues to hamper travel in northeastern sections of the nation.
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ALERT: Jackson County Citizen Alert Test This Morning

By Jim McCoy Tue 3rd February Newsemergency managment
Today at 10 a.m., Jackson County will conduct its first semi-annual test of the Citizen Alert Emergency Notificationb System. All landline telephones in Jackson County will be alerted during the test. Those who have signed up to be notified by e-mail or cell phone will also receive alerts.

News - Gas Price Prediction

By admin Mon 2nd February News
Gas Prices Could Remain Low for 2015.
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