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News - Oregon Jobs

By admin Wed 15th January News
The Number of Jobs available in Oregon is growing every year.
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Evening News Update

By admin Tue 14th January News
An Update on a Florida Theater Shooting, Full Time vs Part Time employment in Oregon, the Columbia River Bridge is back for Questions, a Rogue River Murder, and Powell Book store expanding
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Rogue River Woman Accused Of Killing Two, Identity Theft

By Jim McCoy Tue 14th January NewsmurderSusan Monica
Jackson County sheriff's detectives who were investigating a 65-year-old rural Rogue River woman in an identity theft case now suspect she has killed two people in the last year-and-a-half. Susan Monica was arraigned Monday in Medford on two counts of murder and corpse abuse as well as one count of identity theft.Read More »

Juveniles Held In Alleged Grants Pass Beating

By Jim McCoy Tue 14th January NewsAll Sports Parkbeating
A 14-year old boy and 15-year old girl have been accused of attacking a 21-year old male Monday night at the All Sports Park in Grants Pass. Police responded to the report of the beating at 7:30 p.m. According to the police report, the female had called the victim and instructed him to go to the park where the incident occurred.Read More »

Gas Prices Holding The Line

By Jim McCoy Tue 14th January NewsOregon gas prices
According to AAA Oregon/Idaho, gas prices are holding steady in most markets. The national average for regular unleaded falls half a cent this week to $3.31 a gallon while the Oregon average slips one-and-a-half cents to $3.33. Prices in 35 states, including Oregon, and Washington D.C. are less expensive than a week ago, but the declines have been small.Read More »

Walden Nominates Six Southern Oregon Students For Service Academies

By Jim McCoy Tue 14th January NewsRep. Greg Waldenservice academy nominations
Oregon Second District Congressman Greg Walden today announced the nomination of six students from Jackson County for acceptance to one of the prestigious United States service academies based on their academic performance, extracurricular involvement, and character. Walden offered high praise for the nominees.Read More »

News - Columbia River Bridg

By admin Tue 14th January News
A Year after they authorized $450 Million to replace the Columbia River Bridge, the Oregon Legislators are nearing a decision about whether to do so again.
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Morning News Update

By admin Tue 14th January News
An Update on a Theater Shooting, Ariel Sharon Funeral, Medford Teacher Negotiations, Columbia River Bridge Discussions.
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News - Sharon Funeral

By admin Tue 14th January News
Vice President Biden was on hand to lend his comments during yesterday's funeral of Former Israeli Leader Ariel Sharon.
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News - Teacher Negotiations

By admin Tue 14th January News
It's Been 11-months and counting and now its' back to the bargaining table for the Medford School District.
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