CENTRAL POINT, Ore. – Central Point Parks and Rec is looking to brighten the day of local seniors. It’s bringing back its Community Cupid program for Valentine’s Day. Community Cupids is a voluntary event that asks residents, schools, and businesses ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Ashland’s new homeless camping ordinance could become law when the city council brings it back for a 2nd reading on December 19th. According to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Oregon has the second highest percentage ...

CENTRAL POINT, Ore. –  Some good news for local students, all Central Point schools are now approved to serve free meals to all students. The new change means that kids can eat breakfast and lunch at no cost without the ...

COOS BAY, Ore. – According to the Bandon School District they received threatening messages and called an early release day. The superintendent for the Coquille School District says schools across the state have been receiving emails regarding a bomb threat, ...

KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – This October you may notice a change on Klamath Falls Police Department officer uniforms. October is of course Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the Klamath Falls PD is a proud participant in the pink patch project.  ...

MEDFORD, Ore.– The May special election is around the corner and it promises to be an interesting one for the Medford School District. It has four open positions on the seven-person school board. There are 11 people running and some ...

SALEM , Ore. – Oregon public schools are getting more than $72 million from Common School Funds. Officials from the State Land Board announced on Tuesday Oregon’s 197 public schools will get the money. It comes from Common School Funds ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. – Jackson Care Connect is working to better support mental health in local youth. They want young people ages 12 to 18 to participate in the confidential easy to take survey. It said it will give providers ...

MEDFORD, Ore. — Earlier this week, the Oregon Health Authority heard from many parents and community members opposing the state’s effort to require universal masking in schools. Oregon’s temporary mask requirement expires in February and can only be extended through a ...

JACKSON COUNTY, Ore. —New guidance is being released from state health officials, to update contact tracing at K-12 schools. Under the new guidance, Oregon will no longer consider masked contact, in certain settings, to be an exposure, regardless of distancing. ...

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