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Coquille Convicted Of Tax Evasion

By Jim McCoy Fri 24th October NewsfraudRonald and Dorothea Jolingtax evasion
A husband and wife who owe more than $1 million in back taxes and penalties have been convicted of conspiracy to defraud the government. Ronald and Dorothea Joling of Coquille, Oregon, are scheduled to be sentenced Feb. 11.Read More »

State Wants Funding To Finance National Forest Thinning

By Jim McCoy Thu 23rd October NewsODFthinning
The Oregon Department of Forestry wants the governor to include $6.5 million in his upcoming budget to finance collaborative efforts to increase thinning and logging on national forests. The Bulletin newspaper (http://bit.ly/1wfXGXx ) reports that is an increase from $2.9 million allocated in the current budget. The state can't give money directly to the U.S.Read More »

Grand Jury Inspects Josephine County Jail

By Jim McCoy Thu 23rd October NewsJosephine County Jail inspection
Every year the Josephine County Jail receives an inspection by a Grand Jury. This inspection is an unscheduled surprise visit to evaluate the conditions and management of the jail. Sheriff Gil Gilbertson was pleased to share comments from the Grand Jury report. The Jury Foreman said "the Jury believes the jail is a very well run and managed facility that the county can and should be proud of.Read More »

UPDATE: Motorist Dies In Coastal Crash

By Jim McCoy Thu 23rd October Newsfatal crash
UPDATE: 52-year old Mark Fortune of Florence has been identified as the man who died in the Wednesday night crash.Read More »

Big Money Is Being Spent On Oregon Ballot Measures

By Jim McCoy Thu 23rd October Newsballot measurescampaign spendingelections
A new analysis shows Oregon trails only California and Colorado in terms of spending on television ads for ballot measures this election cycle. According to the Center for Public Integrity, Oregon measures have generated $7.7 million in TV spending through Monday. A little more than $5 million is tied to Measure 92, which would require the labeling of genetically engineered foodRead More »

Fire Sprinkler Controls Blaze At Auto Dealership

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October NewsAirport Chevroletfire
A fire sprinkler system is being credited with helping to control a fire tat brek out this morning at an auto dealership. At 7:24 a.m., an alarm sounded at Airport Chevrolet. As firefighters were en route to the auto retailer, there was a report of smoke, upgrading firefighter response. Two additional engines were sent from Medford, plus an engine from Fire District 3.Read More »

Test For Jackson County's Ballot Tallying System To Be Conducted Next Week

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October Newselection
Jackson County's chief election officer, County Clerk Chris Walker, says there will vote tally system public certification test next week. The test will be conducted Tuesday, October 28th at 10 a.m. at the Jackson County Elections office at 1101 West Main in Medford. Oregon's elections are conducted through a unique vote-by-mail system.Read More »

Complaint: Job Rescinded Due To Transgender Status

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October News
The Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries is investigating a sex discrimination complaint against a Wisconsin-based wilderness therapy program. The complainant, Sorin D. Thomas, says he was offered a job as a field therapist for New Vision West Coast, Inc., before he told the company he identifies as transgender and androgynous.Read More »

Bear Cub Wanders Into Ashland Pharmacy

By Jim McCoy Wed 22nd October NewsAshlandbearRite Aid
Some shoppers at an Ashland drug store were surprised by a bear cub scurrying down the aisles.Read More »

Morning News Update

By admin Wed 22nd October News
Morning Update on an American home from Korea, Travel Restrictions, Gas Prices continue to drop, and a Vehicular Assault Arrest.
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