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By admin Wed 13th November News
Aid is coming to those affected by Typhoon Haiyan while the number of dead continues to rise.
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News - Moms For Marijuana

By admin Wed 13th November News
A Group of mother who support the use of Marijuana have rallied in Medford.
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Police Chief Calls DA Office Blast An Act of "Domestic Terrorism"

Medford's police chief says more federal agents are arriving to help investigate the detonation of an explosive device that damaged the Jackson County prosecutor's office. Police Chief Tim George also said Wednesday he considers the early-morning explosion an act of domestic terrorism, but the FBI said it was too early to call it that.Read More »

Escapee From Medford Jail Captured

By Jim McCoy Wed 13th November NewsBradley Monicalescapee
A man who escaped from the Jackson County Jail last year has been arrested. Bradley Monical was taken into custody in Oregon City yesterday. Monical is said to have stood on the shoulders of an inmate in the recreation hall area of the Jackson County Jail and jumped to a nearby tree to get out of the facility. The 43-year old Monical was facing robbery charges.Read More »

EP School Superintedent "Vindicated" By Standards & Practices Commission

Eagle Point School District 9 Superintendent Cynda Rickert said she was "excited, relieved and vindicated" by the Teachers' Standards and Practices Commission has cleared her of misconduct charges.Read More »

Impasse Declared in Medford District-Teacher Talks

Teachers and the school board in Medford have declared an impasse in contract negotiations, a step toward a strike. The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1gJfD93 ) the two sides now seven days to present their final proposals, followed by a 30-day cooling-off period.Read More »

Details Coming To Light On Explosion at DA's Office

Officers in Medford say they found a burning propane tank Wednesday in front of the Jackson County prosecutor's office after an explosion they believe was an attempt to level the building. Medford police spokesman Lt. Mike Budreau says the explosion damaged mostly the exterior, shattering windows, but the tank didn't fully detonate.Read More »

Medical Marijuana Moms Prostesting In Medford

By Jim McCoy Tue 12th November NewsLindsey RinehartMoms for Marijuanaprotest
A group called Moms for Marijuana planned a demonstration Tuesday afternoon on the Jackson County Courthouse steps in Medford. An organizer, 31-year-old Lindsey Rinehart, uses medical marijuana to help reduce the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Rinehart told the Mail Tribune (http://bit.ly/1j1K3A7) she lost custody of her children for 17 days earlier this year when she lived in IRead More »

Discovery Of A Protected Bird Lowers Value of Coastal Timber

The discovery of a threatened bird in the Elliott Sate Forest in Coos County has drastically lowered the value of three tracts where logging is now in doubt. The Oregonian reports (http://bit.ly/182dTD1) state appraisals dropped from $22 million to less than $4 million after a marbled murrelet was spotted last summer by state surveyors and volunteers with the Coast Range Forest Watch, a cRead More »

Sanctuary: Gate Worked Properly During Cougar Attack

By Jim McCoy Tue 12th November Newscougar attackRenee RadiziwonWild Cat Haven
The owners of a suburban Portland wild cat sanctuary where a longtime employee was killed by a cougar this weekend say a gate to a smaller cage where the animals should've been locked up was operating properly. WildCat Haven said in a statement Tuesday two cougars were roaming freely inside a main enclosure where 36-year-old Renee Radziwon was found mauled to death.Read More »

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