MEDFORD, Ore. – Jackson County is letting the public know about grants available through its “Domestic and Public Well Assistance Program.” It’s offering up to $7,500 per person to well owners who faced challenges with their domestic and public wells ...

SOUTHERN OREGON, —It’s been three days since the Pacific Pride Fire burned an industrial area near downtown Medford, yet the cleanup is far from over. Oil, kerosene, and diesel all entered the environment and are now in Bear Creek, storm ...

*Photo is from 2020 JACKSON COUNTY, Ore — As Jackson County continues to navigate through a years-long drought, the situation will likely get worse according to officials. Jackson county Watermaster Shavon Haynes said that the reservoirs are losing more water ...

JOSEPHINE COUNTY, Ore. —The Illinois Valley Soil and Water Conservation District works with landowners alongside community members to protect, restore, and manage water quality use. We’re told the organization got calls last May concerning water theft, among other problems with ...

JACKSON CO., Ore. — The Army Corp of Engineers says many lakes in the area, and specifically Lost Creek Lake, are facing another potential year of drought. The Army Corps of Engineers says they generally drain the reservoir for Lost ...

SOUTHERN OREGON— Despite some recent rain, we’re learning southern Oregon is a ways away from getting out of this drought. The Oregon Water Resources Department says this current drought ranks as one of the worst in the state’s history. Ryan Andrews ...

GOLD HILL, Ore. — The City of Gold Hill is issuing a water boil advisory for homes south of 2nd Ave. The city says the issue comes from a water main break that has affected the public water system. It ...

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. — According to the Klamath Water Users Association, at least 120 private wells have gone dry this year. They say these are just the wells they know have gone dry, but not all dry wells get reported. ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – Farms depending on water from the Talent Irrigation District could be facing trouble this year. Water managers said the system was at bare-bones levels last month. Now, the district has completely shut down. TID issued the following ...

TALENT, Ore — The Talent Irrigation District will start refilling canals next Monday after a brief shutdown. The letter says the canals need to restart slowly to prevent canal failures. Its a process that can take several days. Due to ...

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