09 July 2012

JPRF Gets 50K Grant

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

The Jefferson Public Radio Foundation getting some welcome news... in the form of a big financial boost. The organization receiving a $50,000 grant from the National Endowment for The Arts... to be ...

09 July 2012

Exotic Woods Business

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

While they have one of the smallest timber mills in Klamath Falls, 'Cook Woods' trades on an international level... Their inventory includes exotic woods like purpleheart, black and white ebony, zeb ...

09 July 2012

Food For Less Back Open

Posted in Local

Sherm's Food For Less is back open for business after a fire on Sunday night forced the entire building to evacuate and shut down for three hours.  

09 July 2012

ALL NEW: Road Delays Near The Ashland Watershed

Posted in Local

Starting Monday, roads in the Ashland Watershed may be a little more congested than normal. Logging crews will take to the roadways, in preparation for thinning the watershed. Forest Service Road 20 ...

09 July 2012

ALL NEW: Manufacturing Industry Could Boost Oregon's Economy

Posted in Local

Experts say Oregon's manufacturing sector could give the economy the boost it needs. Nearly 20% of Oregon's gross state product comes from manufacturing. Reports say manufacturers have increased pro ...

09 July 2012

Fire Breaks Out in Food 4 Less Bakery

Posted in Local

 Medford's Food 4 Less was entirely evacuated late Sunday, after a fire breaks out within the building.     The fire started about 7 PM Sunday evening, in the bakery department of the store. Ac ...

09 July 2012

Crews Investigate Grass Fire West of Medford

Posted in Local

The Medford Fire Department was kept very busy Sunday as a large fire rushed towards residents. Around 6 Sunday evening, a running wild land fire pushed towards homes near Jacksonville. Bellinger l ...

09 July 2012

Malware Virus May Take Internet Users Offline

Posted in U.S. & World News

Logging on to the internet Monday morning maybe a problem for tens of thousands of US computer users. It all began months ago, when six estonians were charged with corrupting four millioncomputers w ...

08 July 2012

Federal Timber Funds Extended One Year

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

Timber payments for struggling counties have been extended by Congress for one more year. However, Josephine County Commissioner Harold Haugen said it's the worst news he could get, "They kept say w ...

07 July 2012

November Ballot

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Politics

In Oregon politics, supporters backing the legalization of marijuana say they believe they have enough signatures to make it onto the November ballot.Lori Duckworth -- Executive Director of Southern ...