Sheriff's Department Seeking Help In Search For Missing Woman

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th July Newsmissing personStephanie Anne Warner
The Jackson County Sheriff’s Department is asking for public assistance in trying to find a Jacksonville woman that hasn’t been seen since July 4th. Stephanie Anne Warner is 43-years old, 5'2", 135 pounds with red hair and brown eyes. Warner was last seen in Ruch at around 5 p.m. She spent part of the day at the Ashland Fourth of July celebration.Read More »

Local Pawn Shop Cited For Violating Medford Ordinance

Two employees of All Star Pawn in Medford have been cited for not complying with a city ordinance. Tommy Sorenson of Gold Hill and Maureen Ferguson of Medford- both 64 years of age- reportedly failed to ask for identification from customers during the course of four transactions.Read More »

News - Housing Prices Rise

By admin Wed 10th July News
It's a home sellers market in Southern Oregon. The latest figures form the Rogue Valley Association of Realtors shows homes are selling for more than 16.5% higher than this time last year, with fewer homes on the market. From April through June this year there was a decrease of 5.3% in the number of home sales.Read More »
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Rep. Walden Re-Introducing Project To Create Jobs

By Jim McCoy Wed 10th July NewsRep. Greg Walden
Oregon 2nd District Rep. Greg Walden (R) today is re-introducing the Central Oregon Jobs and Water Security Act, which delivers needed water to Prineville for job creation, clears the way for clean energy at Bowman Dam, and creates new water conservation opportunities in Central Oregon. “This is a no-cost, job-creating, clean energy plan, and passing it is just common-sense.Read More »
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Superintendent: Crater Lake National Park Won't Have To Truck In Water

The superintendent of Crater Lake National Park does not expect to have to truck in water this summer to augment supplies diminished by drought and senior water rights. Craig Ackerman told the Klamath Herald and News that an exemption granted by the Oregon Water Resources Commission for cooking, drinking and sanitation should make such measures unnecessary. Meanwhile, he says, thRead More »

Employment Department: Over 35,000 Job Openings In Oregon During Spring of 2013

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th July Newsjob openingsjobs
Oregon’s private employers had approximately 35,200 job vacancies during Spring 2013, according to a Job Vacancy Survey recently completed by the Oregon Employment Department. According to the report from the Oregon Employment Department, during the same month there were 149,200 unemployed Oregonians, or roughly 4 unemployed people for each private-sector vacancy.Read More »

North Bend Man Confesses To Killing Wife

Court documents filed by police in the slaying of a North Bend woman say her husband admitted shooting her. Wayne Raymond Hagner was arraigned Monday in Coos County Circuit Court on a charge of murder in the death last week of Anna Lee Hagner in the couple's home. The World newspaper reports that an affidavit filed by police says friends from church visited the couple Friday, anRead More »

Oregon Timber Harvest Up 36 Percent Since 2009 Low

By Jim McCoy Tue 9th July Newstimber
Oregon's timber harvest last year was up 36 percent from its 2009 recession low. The state Department of Forestry says the harvest increased a third straight year to 3.75 billion board feet.Read More »

Report:There's Good News For Sellers In Jackson County

The housing market is continuing its upward trend in southern Oregon. The median sales price for an existing home in Jackson County is up to $189,000 in the most recent rolling quarter that ended June 30, an increase of 16.7% compared to the same time one year ago. Normal transactions represented 78.4% of existing home sales.Read More »

Kids Unlimited Plan

By admin Tue 9th July News
A traffic study required for expansion of 'Kids Unlimited' in Medford won't jeopardize a planned opening of a Charter School. What is expected to beome a 7-thousand square foot facility attached to the Kid's unlimited Building in the downtown corridor is requiring the study of traffic in the area.Read More »
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