ASHLAND, Ore. — A single mom who lost her home in the Almeda Fire was given a temporary home on wheels. The Phoenix-Talent School District provided it last December. Christy Brooks has been living in the trailer with her two ...

PHOENIX, Ore. – Phoenix-Talent School District’s Brent Barry has been named Oregon Superintendent of the Year. After he was surprised with the announcement, Barry reportedly said, “Humbled and honored … I am honored to receive this award, but this is ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —With the school year winding down, educators are being confronted with a new reality, as they begin a new month. The state increased the amount of time students may have to quarantine, late last week. And with ...

TALENT, Ore. —More transitional housing options for Almeda Fire victims are soon headed to Phoenix and Talent. It’s being called the Gateway Transitional Housing Project. It’s a joint effort between the Talent Urban Renewal Agency and the Phoenix-Talent School District. ...

TALENT, Ore. — The Phoenix-Talent School District is waiving the Construction Excise Tax for people who are trying to rebuild after the Almeda fire. The tax, which has been around since 2013, charges people who are building new construction in ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — A single mother lost her home in the Almeda Fire, but her hope is stronger than ever, after the Phoenix-Talent School District helped her find a new place to call home. The Brooks family, like so many ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — The Phoenix-Talent School District is hoping and planning on re-starting full in-person learning early in 2021. With vaccines for COVID-19 slowly coming into the state, the school district is hopeful their students can come back to ...

Phoenix, ORE— The Phoenix-Talent School District is hosting a sock drive for families in need. They are looking for socks of all sizes that have not been used. The drive goes from October 26 through the 30th. Donation boxes will ...

PHOENIX, Ore. — “The devastating fires that really disproportionately affected our most vulnerable population. They are our hearts and minds every day,” said Phoenix-Talent Superintendent Brent Barry. 700 students in the Phoenix-Talent School District lost their homes in the deadly ...

JACKSON CO., Or.- The Oregon Department of Education is allowing some in-person learning right now through an exception. It’s for students with specific circumstances who may benefit from being back in class. “We’re looking to bring in as many kids ...

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