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05.23 SCHOOL

School board changes sex ed

Medford, Ore., — The Medford School Board is adopting new guidelines for sex education. In the slimmed down policy, parents are not directly included in the language for contributing to lesson plans. In tonight’s approved sex ed policy, those included in developing …
05.23 TREE

Tree falls on house

Medford, Ore., — Electrical lines are brought down as part of a tree falls on a house in Medford. The house on Portland Street is being rented by three women and a child. O One of the residents says she thought an …
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Lake Shasta trashed

Lake Shasta, CA., — According to published reports, Lake Shasta was trashed over the weekend by a group of college students. Oregon Live reports large amounts of trash and personal belongings were left on Slaughterhouse Island, with majority of the items displaying …
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Scam targets potential jurors in Klamath County

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Klamath County Court officials are issuing a warning about a scam targeting potential jurors. Klamath County Trial Court Administrator John Powell says several people received calls on Friday that they’d failed to appear for jury duty, and that …
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Klamath Falls media fire season training

Klamath Falls, Ore. – Fire crews aren’t the only ones gearing up and getting ready for fire season. Tamara Schmidt of the Fremont-Winema National Forest notes that getting video from the edge of a wildfire isn’t without risk… “It could actually be …
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1st grader beaten in Georgia school bathroom

Henry County, Ga. (WXIA) — A Georgia mom says she warned her daughter’s school a fifth grader was dangerous before she attacked her first-grader in the school’s bathroom. According to Cheryl Tackett, a fifth-grade student savagely attacked her first-grade daughter in the …
0523 US BANK VOLUNTEERS

US Bank employees giving back to the community

Medford, Ore. — Local bankers took a break from their desk jobs to wield paint brushes Monday morning in Medford A couple dozen US Bank employees from all over Southern Oregon volunteered at Medford’s Habitat for Humanity Re-Store, giving the building a …
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