ROGUE VALLEY, Ore.– Water, sun, and a little bit of sunscreen are all that’s needed if you’re heading to the river this Labor Day. The holiday weekend is capping off what’s been an incredibly, busy and successful summer season. It’s one ...

GOLD HILL, Ore.– Water-loving thrill seekers hit the rapids of the Rogue River on Saturday for another year of kayaking and rafting competitions. The King of the Rogue event brings people from across the country together to see who can ...

SHADY COVE, Ore. – As temperatures continue to pick up, so is business for rafting companies in Shady Cove. Raft the Rogue has been in business for 25 years. They say the last week or so, they’ve seen an uptick ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. — The recent weather brought snow to the mountains, but it also brought much needed water to our local lakes. The level of Lost Creek Lake can play a big part with those living on the Rogue ...

GOLD HILL, Ore. — The 6th annual King of the Rogue Race in Gold Hill has been cancelled. After poor air quality the last several weeks, organizers and competitors are pulling out of this weekends competition due to the unhealthy ...

Merlin, Ore. – Merlin has been recognized by the world’s largest travel website, Tripadvisor named it one of the top places to go white water rafting in the country. Orange Torpedo Trips has been around since the sixties and has ...

GOLD HILL, Ore.– This year’s mild winter had some local rafting companies concerned about the upcoming season. But with several late showers and snowstorms – things are looking up. For Rogue Rafting Company in Gold Hill, the average water levels ...

Merlin, Ore.- On Saturday Hannah McGuire was swimming in the Rogue River at Indian Mary Park. She was trying to reach a rope swing but didn’t make it. 11 year old Salem native Connor Brinx watched it all. “We saw somebody ...

Lost Creek Lake, Ore., — Don Carr is an avid fisherman in Southern Oregon. It’s something he looks forward to every season, but this year fishing is different. “This year the water level is so high, I think fishing is ...

Douglas County, Ore. – A man drowned in the North Umpqua River Sunday after he was thrown from his raft, according to police. The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office said the drowning took place at around 2:43 p.m. along Highway 138 ...

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