MEDFORD, Ore. — Many young athletes don’t have to wear masks while competing in sports, increasing the risk of spreading COVID-19. Several area football teams have already shut down practices for a time due to outbreaks just weeks into the ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A North Medford High School senior is one of seven on the west coast who received a scholarship for the Marine Corps. Brett Rucker is a lineman on the Black Tornado football team and got the NROTC ...

MEDFORD, Ore.- Today is the first of two days of freshman orientation at North Medford High School ahead of a hybrid return to campus at the end of the month. Students and administrators say they’re ready to return to campus, ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Traditional high school football made a big come-back Friday night! North Medford High School’s athletic director says the first real game was exciting for everyone involved. North Medford High School recently played Grants Pass High School and ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Outdoor contact sports will resume this week for high school athletics with health and safety protocols in place. Governor Kate Brown announced they’re beginning based on county risk level. “This is a life changing opportunity for these ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Do you have any gently used children’s books you no longer need? North and South Medford High School Honor Society groups are hosting a book drive for elementary students. The joint community service project is collecting English ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — A pair of students are asking North Medford High School to change policies, regarding sexual assault and harassment cases. “I didn’t know what to do so when I went to the assistant principal, she said they’d look ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Medford seniors were able to get their diplomas today in a safe, physically distant way. Both North and South Medford High Schools had their Diploma Walks today, giving high school seniors the chance to walk across the ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore.— Students have been out of school for nearly two months, and up until this point, seniors weren’t sure if they would have a graduation ceremony. But now that Oregon is slowly loosening restrictions on residents, Medford School ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Following Governor Brown’s executive Stay at Home order, Medford School District will be providing child care for health workers and first responders. Superintendent Bret Champion tells us they will provide child care for a small amount of ...