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Crater Lake caldera fall man heads home to N.Y.

By Steve Best Fri 30th September News

The man who fell into the Crater Lake caldera in July has returned home to New York after weeks of care at the Rogue Valley Medical Center.

27-year-old Eric Brimlow of Syracuse slipped and fell head-first around 300 feet into the caldera on July 11. He was taken to hospital in critical condition after a six hour rescue by as many as 49 park employees.Read More »

Shady Cove Waterworks up for sale

By Steve Best Fri 30th September News

PremierWest Bank representatives have told Shady Cove residents at a town hall meeting that they are to sell Shady Cove Waterworks. 

The bank financed construction of the waterworks system, but also took over the water company’s daily operation when its developer went into foreclosure 2 years ago.Read More »

Jacksonville mayor wants to regenerate enthusiasm for city's historical status

By Steve Best Fri 30th September News

Jacksonville mayor Paul Becker wants to put the history back in the city by rousing the City Council and Historic Architectural Review Commission to put into place programs that protect Jacksonville’s heritage.

At a time when the financial climate is a major factor, Becker is keen for progress after some minor structural issues have arisen in the city recently.Read More »

theDove News Update - 29 September 2011

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Grant to help repeat offenders approved

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News

The Jackson County commissioners have approved a federal grant which will allow the establishment of a $442,000 program intended to reduce the number of repeat offenders returning to jail.Read More »

theDove Radio & TV off air terrestrially again for the day

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News

For a second day running, theDove Radio and TV will be going off air - this time from 9am. until sundown - while their transmission tower is painted under FCC requirements.

Both will still be available at theDove website - http://www.thedove.us and theDove TV will still be broadcasting on Charter channel 18 throughout.Read More »

Forest road re-opens

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News

After being closed earlier this week in response to increased fire behavior from both the “Lonesome” and “Rogue-Umpqua Divide” fires, Forest Road 6560 on the High Cascades Ranger District has now been re-opened. However, other road and trail closures in the area are still in effect.

Central Point is losing its restaurants

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News
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Diners in Central Point will have a lot less choice after the recent closure of two restaurants. Steve Best has more…

The closure in recent weeks of The Brick and Torero’s leaves a considerable hole in downtown lunch offerings, and with another eatery, The Pioneer Club Café drastically reducing its hours,  nearly one side of an entire block is vacant.Read More »

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Medford divides funds among local nonprofits

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News

Medford City Council will soon be giving final approval to the disbursement of over $300,000 in general fund money among some two dozen social service agencies.Read More »

Gay pride event this weekend in Ashland

By Steve Best Thu 29th September News

Saturday’s gay pride parade in Ashland could be almost double the size of last year’s inaugural event. Organizers say over 1,000 people are expected to take part in the event with hundreds more lining the streets. Read More »

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