MEDFORD, Ore. — A local family is working hard to make sure Almeda Fire victims are covered for the holidays. They’re purchasing gifts and getting other families involved to help gather even more presents. Warm blankets, clothes, toys, pots, and ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Rogue Retreat received a generous grant from the People’s Bank of Commerce Foundation to renovate rooms at the Redwood Inn. The non-profit organization says the $150,000 will help convert 6 rooms into studio apartments for Almeda ...

JACKSON CO., Ore.- The Jackson County Emergency Operations Center announced today that Federal Emergency Management Agency has agreed to reengage with fire survivors in face-to-face meetings to assist them through the claim process.  These meetings are designed to provide a ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — The Ramada Inn on Biddle Road in Medford will soon become additional long-term housing for Almeda Fire victims. Fortify Holdings, a Beaverton-based real-estate company, is taking over the inn and planning on converting it into long-term housing. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon fire victims are getting the chance to speak with state legislators Wednesday evening. They’re asked to participate in a virtual public hearing where they’ll be able to voice their concerns. Fire victims have until 5:30 ...

JACKSON CO., Or.- Rogue Valley musicians are planning a special performance to raise funds for Almeda and South Obenchain fire victims. And you can help right from the comfort of your own couch. The “United Together” fundraiser will be live ...

TALENT, Ore. — A small, family-owned restaurant is raising big bucks for its community. Arbor House in Talent is giving free meals to people impacted by the Almeda Fire. In addition to handing out meals, the owners have been collecting ...

TALENT, Ore. – People are mourning the loss of homes to the Almeda Fire. While everyone has their own unique story, Talent homeowners are just now seeing their burnt home for the first time. “It seems like a horrible nightmare ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Southern Oregon University is doing its part to give back to victims of the Almeda Fire. One of the ways the university is giving back is by setting up a wildfire relief fund for students affected. Students ...

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