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  • 12-22-14 MT. ASHLAND TO REMAIN CLOSED WITH...

    THE MT ASHLAND SKI AREA WILL REMAIN CLOSED WITH THE POSSIBILITY OF MORE RAIN THIS WEEK.
        THE SKI AREA OPENED FRIDAY MORNING AFTER 20 MONTHS WITHOUT A SEASON.
         THE RESORT CLOSED  SUNDAY IN AN EFFORT TO PRESERVE THE SNOWPACK.
        INSTEAD OF SNOW, THE  MOUNTAIN SAW RAIN OVER THE WEEKEND.
         AGAIN THEY WILL BE CLOSED TODAY, AND LIKELY TUESDAY AS WELL.
         NO WORD ON WHEN THEY  WILL REOPEN.

  • 12-22-14 HUNDREDS LINE ASHLAND STREETS TO ...

    HUNDREDS OF FANS LINED THE STREETS OF ASHLAND SUNDAY TO WELCOME HOME THE SOUTHERN OREGON UNIVERSITY RAIDER FOOTBALL TEAM AFTER THEIR BIG WIN FRIDAY.
    THEY DEFEATED MARIAN UNIVERSITY 55-31 FOR THE N-A-I-A NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP TITLE. THE TEAM THAT WILL GO DOWN IN HISTORY... AS THE FIRST N-A-I-A NATIONAL CHAMPS THE SCHOOL HAS SEEN AND  A PERFECT WAY TO END THE YEAR.
        
    THE RAIDERS RISE TO THE CHAMPIONSHIP HAS ALSO BEEN GREAT FOR LOCAL BUSINESS.
    MANAGERS AT THE S-O-U BOOKSTORE, WHICH SELLS RAIDER GEAR ON CAMPUS, SAY THEY'VE SEEN AN INCREASE IN BUSINESS EVER SINCE THE FOOTBALL TEAM STARTED THEIR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP RUN. THE BIGGEST BUMP COMING FROM ALUMNI AND FANS ALL ACROSS THE COUNTRY.

  • 12-22-14 SEARCH CONTINUES FOR 3RD SUSPECT ...

    THE SEARCH CONTINUES  FOR A THIRD SUSPECT WHO LED POLICE ON A CHASE FRIDAY NIGHT.
     OREGON STATE POLICE SAY JUST AFTER SEVEN FRIDAY TROOPERS TRIED MAKING A TRAFFIC STOP ON HIGHWAY 66 NEAR KLAMATH FALLS WHEN THE DRIVER SPED AWAY TOWARD ASHLAND.
    WHEN THE CAR DID STOP THREE PEOPLE JUMPED OUT AND RAN. POLICE SAY ONE SUSPECT THREW AN EXPLOSIVE DEVICE AT A TROOPER... POLICE ARRESTED 25 YEAR-OLD LEVI CORTEZ SHORTLY AFTER THE PURSUIT STARTED. 24 YEAR-OLD WILLIAM NOBLE.. TURNED HIMSELF IN SATURDAY MORNING.
    POLICE ARE STILL LOOKING FOR ANOTHER POSSIBLE SUSPECT, CHRISTOPHER SELLARS.

  • 12-19-14 MEDFORD PAWN SHOPS NOT HAPPY ABOU...

    A NEW REQUIREMENT *NOT  RECEIVED WELL. PAWN SHOPS WILL NOW NEED TO TAKE PHOTOS OF EVERY ITEM THAT PASSES THROUGH THEIR HANDS.
       THAT BURDENS SOME PAWN OWNERS WHO SAY THAT THE PROCESS OF TAKING AND UPLOADING PHOTOGRAPHS TO A SPECIALIZED WEBSITE CALLED "LEADS ONLINE" WOULD BE MORE WORK. SOME OF THE OTHER CHANGES APPROVED THURSDAY NIGHT INCLUDE REQUIRING PAWNBROKERS TO HOLD ON TO ITEMS FOR AT LEAST FIFTEEN DAYS, AS OPPOSED TO THE CURRENT FIVE DAYS, WHICH PAWN SHOP OWNERS SAY THEY SUPPORT.

  • 12-19-14 MEDFORD CITY COUNCIL APPROVES MAK...

    THE MEDFORD CITY COUNCIL APPROVES A PROPOSED MAKE-OVER FOR THE CORNER OF 10TH AND RIVERSIDE. THE CURRENT LOT, AT 223 SOUTH RIVERSIDE, AND ACROSS FROM THE MEDFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY WILL BE A NEW CITY PARKING LOT. THE CITY APPROVED THE CONTRACT UNANIMOUSLY. THE PROJECT WILL COST 368-THOUSAND DOLLARS.

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