MEDFORD, Ore. — A local program has successfully prevented 23 clients from becoming homeless. The homeless prevention program started a year ago at the Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Southern Oregon (CCCS). It was funded by the Medford City Council’s ...

EAGLE POINT, Ore.- The Jackson County Stockmen’s Association, along with the Jackson County Farm Bureau, held a candidate forum on May 2. The event was held at Eagle Point High School and was open to the public. Thomas White, President ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – A controversial video posted to facebook has been a hot topic of discussion in the community of Grants Pass. Gospel Rescue Mission Grants Pass posted the video, titled “Bristol and the Yard Invaders”, to its facebook ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. – The city of Grants Pass argued its case in front of the Supreme Court Monday, its the case that has cities all over the country watching closely, even San Diego joined the case. It’s about the ...

WASHINGTON, D.C. –  The Supreme Court on Monday is weighing the constitutionality of whether cities, specifically in the western United States can criminalize sleeping or camping in public places when a person has nowhere else to go. According to an ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore.- AllCare Health is giving $200k to Community and Shelter Assistance (CASA) of Oregon. According to AllCare’s Senior Housing Director Julie Akins, the grant funding is going towards the preservation of a 110 space co-op manufactured home park ...

  MEDFORD, Ore.- The Medford City Council kicked off its series of town hall events on Wednesday, starting with Ward 1 at North Medford High School. The town hall series allows citizens and city officials to meet face to face ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- On March 27th, a Federal Judge in Medford, siding with a Brookings church in its long running dispute with the city that tried to stop the congregation from feeding the homeless. Reverend Lindley says the church has been ...

GRANTS PASS, Ore. — The Grants Pass City Council has placed more regulations on providing services to those experiencing homelessness. The city says a number of organizations hold regular events to provide the unhoused population with food, services, and medical ...

MEDFORD, Ore. – An event Saturday (2/3/2024) in Ashland saw several speakers talk about the homelessness issue in Oregon and strategies to come up with a solution. Oregon Representative for District 5, Pam Marsh said, “If we invest with the ...

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