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Oregon GOP Debates Party's Future

Oregon Republicans are continuing a long-running debate over how the party ends its losing streak for statewide offices.

GOP activists and lawmakers met Saturday at the annual Dorchester conference in Seaside.

Some activists said the Republican Party needs a rebranding effort to show young voters how their values align with the party's.Read More »

Jackson County Residents Protest Human Waste Proposal

By Jim McCoy Mon 16th March NewsDEQhuman waste fertilizerSams Valley

A proposal to spread treated human waste as fertilizer on fields in an unincorporated rural community in Jackson County has raised a stink.

The Medford Mail Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/18MyLBf ) about 100 Sams Valley residents showed up for a public hearing held by the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality on the proposal.

Most said they're worried the seRead More »

Morning News Update

By admin Mon 16th March News
Start your morning with the latest news! Iraq's interior ministry says that the military has halted operations to recapture the Islamic State-held city of Tikrit. From Oregon, as education officials look to delay a school rating system in the state for a year because of Common Core standards, the controversy continues throughout the state.Read More »
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News - Iran Nuke Negotiations

By admin Mon 16th March News
The United States and Iran are diving back into negotiations in an effort to end a decades-long standoff concerning Tehran's nuclear program.
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News - Cyclone Pam

By admin Mon 16th March News
The effect of a cyclone 'Down Under' is being assessed. Vanuatu's president says that about 90 percent of the buildings in the capital sit damaged or destroyed by Cyclone Pam. Here is Steve with the latest on this story.
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News- Common Core Clash

By admin Mon 16th March News
From Oregon, as education officials look to delay a school rating system in the state for a year because of Common Core standards, the controversy continues throughout the state.
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Crosswalk Enforcement Coming Next Friday In Medford

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th March Newscrosswalk enforcement

On Friday, March 20, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM, the Medford Police Department will be conducting a “Targeted Pedestrian Safety Enforcement” operation at E. Main St. and Bartlett St.Read More »

Bees Not Ready For Early Blooms

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th March Newsbees. bloomsweather

Warm weather has triggered a Rogue Valley fruit tree bloom that has come too early for many bees.

Wild bee populations die back in winter, and many newly hatched bees aren't old enough yet to fly about gathering nectar and pollen, said Sarah Red-Laird, founder and executive director of the Ashland-based Bee Girl organization, which promotes honeybee conservation and educates beekRead More »

Mt. Ashland Re-Opens Today

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th March NewsMt. AshlandSkiingsnow

A successful day of grooming on Mt. Ashland yesterday has led to the re-opening of the ski area today (Friday). According to a Mt. Ashland press release, an operations team “farmed snow” to prepare the mountain for better skiing and riding.

Comer, Windsor, and Ariel chairs will be open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Read More »

Another U of O Student Diagnosed With Infection

By Jim McCoy Fri 13th March NewsmeningococcemiaUniversity of Oregon

The University of Oregon says a fifth student has been diagnosed with the same contagious bacterial infection that killed one student and sickened three others this year.

The Register-Guard newspaper reports (http://is.gd/DkhxDk ) that university spokeswoman Jen McCulley said Thursday night the latest case involves a 19-year-old male sophomore who is hospitalized and "doing very Read More »

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