TALENT, Ore. – The National Park Service selects Talent for a new Restoration Project. In an attempt to strengthen relationships between NPS and local communities, they have announced two projects on adapting climate change. One is in Montana and the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – SoHumane’s “Saving Train” has arrived with rescued dogs from California. All the dogs are now safe and sound here in the Rogue Valley with fresh food and cool water. Many of them were at a weekend adoption ...

TALENT, Ore. – A park in Talent that is contending for the smallest park in the world was vandalized and robbed over the weekend. The Tiniest Park, as it is being called for now, opened at the end of June. ...

  TALENT, Ore. – After two long years, the Harvest Festival made its grand return to Talent on October 1st. The Harvest Festival took over downtown Talent with a large display of local vendors, activities, and live performances. The festival ...

TALENT, Ore. – The Talent community is celebrating the future of a historic building that burned down in the Almeda fire with an art show Sunday, May 7th. The Art of The Fire art show showcased art from around 50-artists ...

TALENT, Ore. – A resource fair provided some assistance to Alameda fire victims on March 19th. Rogue Climate and Rogue Action Center organized the event to provide resources to victims of the fire that impacted so many in September 2020. ...

TALENT, Ore. – The cities of Ashland and Talent are working together on a study with Portland State University. The study will analyze different ways to provide public safety to their community. This comes after issues both Ashland and Talent ...

TALENT, Ore. – The City of Talent unanimously votes to ban fireworks within City limits. The ban is effective July 1, 2021, until further notice. This decision comes after Wednesday’s City Council meeting. Many councilors and residents were hesitant to ...

TALENT, Ore. – Six months after the Almeda Fire, survivors are rebuilding a community that was burned to the ground. Now two of those families told NBC5 News they can’t keep building, at least for right now. Fire survivors desperate for ...

TALENT, Ore. — The City of Talent is working with FEMA to create temporary housing for fire victims. They’re looking to use a city site that is currently being used for little league baseball. The plan could use the south ...

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