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17 October 2012

Pain Clinic Requires Marijuana Patient Urinalysis

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

It's another hit to medical marijuana patients as federal drug agents raid Southern Oregon medical marijuana farms.

17 October 2012

Debate Fact Check

Written by Craig Smullin, Posted in Local

In Tuesday night's Presidential Debate both candidates came out aggressively- at times even circling each other in heated conversation... and both men stretched the truth. NBC-5's Craig Smullin fact ...

17 October 2012

Potato Harvest

Written by Lyle Ahrens, Posted in Local

The Klamath Basin potato harvest is now in full swing. The sorting lines are busy at Wong Potatoes...Owner Dan Chin says he's pleased with this year's crop.  "I think that overall, I would say an a ...

17 October 2012

Pet Talk Pet of The Week: October 17th

Posted in Local

  This week's pet is Dandy.   Dandy is a 2 year old male Cavalier King Charles Spaniel/Mix who just came to Southern Oregon Humane from Las Vegas a few days ago. He is just a bundle of joy to be a ...

17 October 2012

Grants Pass City Council To Discuss Proposed Ordinances

Posted in Local

A number of proposed ordinances are on the table for discussion during Wednesday night's Grants Pass City Council meeting. The council is looking to amend the Grants Pass municipal code, to define ...

17 October 2012

Wildfire Season Over For Jackson County

Posted in Local

On Tuesday the Oregon Department of Forestry declared the official end to this years fire season in Jackson County. That means that open and barrel burnings are now legal. However there are designa ...

17 October 2012

League of Women Voters To Hold an Ashland Forum

Posted in Local

The League of Women Voters is hosting a public forum, focused on local candidates running for office. The event will feature County Commissioners and Ashland City Government posts. The forum is free ...

17 October 2012

Curry County Tsunami Sirens Offline For Upgrades

Posted in Local

Four of Curry County's tsunami sirens are off line and will be until upgrades are made. The sirens are meant to warn residents of tsunami's triggered from distant earthquakes. The sound would give r ...

16 October 2012

Small Dog Needs Big Help

Written by Christine Pitawanich, Posted in Local

A little dog came to the Rogue Valley with a new lease on life, ready to help people who needed it most. But as it turns out, she is now the one needing your help. Little Jazzie is much like a lot o ...

16 October 2012

More Oregon Voters Shun Big Two Political Parties

Written by Travis Koch, Posted in Local

The number of voters registered as non-affiliated have jumped since the last few weeks of September way past those who registered as Democratic or Republican.