ASHLAND, Ore. – The city of Ashland is looking for volunteers for its Wildfire Risk Assessment Program, or WRAP as it’s called. The city is asking for people’s help to better protect their community. WRAP will train volunteers on how ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– With Halloween just around the corner, Ashland Fire and Rescue is offering tips on how to stay safe over the holiday. When you’re out trick or treating, there will be extra traffic in neighborhoods, so make sure to ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Ashland Fire and Rescue will get a much needed cancer screening machine with federal grant money. We told you about the $365,000 grant from FEMA earlier this week. It will get the department new breathing equipment to ...

ASHLAND, Ore. The city of Ashland is discussing a possible change to its fire services in Monday’s study session. According to Monday’s meeting agenda, representatives of Jackson County Fire District 5 will be making a presentation. It’ll discuss alternative approaches ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Ashland Fire Department is experiencing a staffing shortage. However, its fire chief is quick to assure the public it won’t affect their safety. A battalion chief still recovering after getting struck by a driver on the ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — As the weather gets a bit more chilly, you may be inspired to start a cozy fire in your chimney or furnace. But, before you do, firefighters say cleaning out the flue is a good idea. Ashland ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — Starting Monday, prescribed burns will be done as weather allows through spring of 2020.  It’s all in an effort to prevent wildfires from getting out of control. The burns will be on Frank Hill, just west of ...

ASHLAND, Ore — To get prepared for fire season, an Ashland neighborhood practiced an evacuation in case of an emergency. Letters were sent out earlier this week and over 60 residents agreed to participate. “People need to be ready to ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The City of Ashland has unveiled a new website to help people through the worst of fire season. The website is called Smokewise Ashland. It’s been in the works for the past two years. In it, information on ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – It’s officially fire season in parts of Southern Oregon. There haven’t been any major events yet, but officials say now is the time to get prepared. While you can’t control the heat, you can help prevent fires ...

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