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Named after Medford Massachusetts the city began with a group of railroad surveyors in 1883. The city's economy was originally focused on agriculture though today it deals primarily with the health care industry. Alba Park, the oldest city park, hosts the Pear Blossom Run every year along with an all day fair. The city's Bear Park is also very popular due to its ground containing not only tennis courts but a skate park and a BMX track but a dog park and amphitheater as well.

Population: 76850
Local Newspapers: The Mail Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Sothern Oregon Spartans
Local Colleges: Southern Oregon University

Zip Codes associated with medford, oregon: 97501 97503 97504
Towns/Cities near medford, oregon : Ashland Talent Phoenix Jacksonville Central Point White City Eagle Point Rogue River Grant Pass

Medford News
Marsh urges 'yes' vote on Measure 101

In a well-attended Ashland Town Hall Saturday, Rep. Pam Marsh repeatedly urged a "yes" vote on Measure 101 to uphold Oregon's Medicaid Expansion using assessments on insurers and hospitals - and if it fails January 23, it will throw the short legislative session into chaos, likely with deep cuts and no replacement revenues. Marsh, an Ashland Democrat, said, "That's the most important thing.

Rogue Karting opens up in Medford

Residents of Medford can once again hit the track after a new go-kart facility announced they're opening in the city. Go Kart Hero, a 30,000 square foot facility, closed permanently in early 2016.

Four cannabis retailers cited for selling to minors

Four marijuana retailers in Jackson County - two in Medford and two in Rogue River - flunked this area's first-ever Oregon Liquor Control Commission cannabis sting operation last month when they were caught selling pot to minors. "We goofed during a rush, and we made a mistake," said Robert Weinger, owner Cannabiz Experience.

Ashland Independent Film Festival gears up for new season

The Ashland Independent Film Festival is cranking up for its 17th season, preparing to show more than 100 films, branching out for the first time to a Medford theater and staging a new volunteer training Jan. 16 for some 350 locals who will handle chores from ticket sales to ushering, party crew, office and hospitality support and many other tasks that make the popular festival mesh. The festival runs April 12-16 on screens in the Varsity Theater, Ashland Street Theaters and at Ashland Historic Armory.

Grown Rogue Introduces Nitrogen Sealed Pre-Roll Tube

MEDFORD, Ore., Jan. 11, 2018 -- Grown Rogue - the premier Cannabis company in Southern Oregon - announced today the release of the only nitrogen sealed pre-roll - guaranteeing freshness. Obie Strickler, Founder and CEO, explains that this is "Quality you can Hear."

Four Oregon Marijuana Retailers Fail OLCC Decoy Checks

Medford, Ore.- The Oregon Liquor Control Commission ran a sting operation on a dozen dispensaries in the Rogue Valley last month and found four retailers were non-compliant, which means they were caught selling pot to minors. "The reason why we need to follow these regulations is so that it doesn't end up in the hands of children," Shannon Weldon, manager at Hijinx Cannabis Company said.

Community support doubles Go Fund Me goal for grieving family

A Medford family, grieving the loss of a husband and father is feeling the support of the community. After Ryan Folsom was killed in a car crash on Sunday, more than $150,000 has been raised to help his pregnant wife, and their two boys.

Wolf kills calf on Jackson County ranch, first known attack in 2018

She is the first wolf in the region to be tracked in several years. Wolves howled the night of Jan. 3, and Ted Birdseye hopped on his all-terrain vehicle to check on the 200 cattle on the family's ranch south of Prospect.

Erickson Inc. expected to hire more employees

Medford, Ore.- One local company is off to a good start this year with a new contract that will benefit locals of the Rogue Valley. Erickson Incorporated, an aerospace manufacturer and air services company that started in Central Point some 45 years ago recently won an open competition to produce two S-64 helicopters for the Korea Forest Service resulting in an opportunity to hire 50 to 100 new employees.

Medford man killed in crash leaves behind pregnant wife, two kids

Friends of a local family are asking for help after a devastating crash claimed the life of a young father. Ryan Folsom was just starting a medical career, and was preparing to welcome his third child, when he was killed near Redding Sunday night.

Family owned Cartwrighta s Market returns to Medford

Medford, Ore.- A family-run store has made a return to Medford after closing it's original meat market in the late '80s. Cartwright's Market has been holding its grand opening since Wednesday, inviting the community to visit the new store located on Stewart Avenue.

Children of the Spurned Nozzle

Nor are Beaver State residents gnashing their teeth - or gnawing down their neighbors' small backyard trees - over a new law that went into effect last week. "A brand new law went into effect .

Oregon Strikes Down Law Banning Self-Service Gas Stationsa Residents Freak Out

I never understood the reason why Oregonians couldn't pump their own gas. Why would there be a law stating that a gas station attendant must pump the gas? The more I thought about it, the more sense it started to make: people are idiots.

Saturday's Powerball jackpot is worth a whopping $570 million

A series of six numbers and odds of 1-in-292 million are all that stand between Powerball players and a $570 million prize Saturday, the seventh largest lottery payout in history. If only one person wins Saturday's prize, it'll be the third-largest single win in lottery history, topped only by a $590 million payout in 2013 and last year's $758 million ticket, which went to a woman in Michigan .

Gerry Frank's picks: Mexican places worth breaking your New Year's resolutions for

Happy New Year! Before you make your New Year's resolution official and say goodbye to the pizza, tacos, burgers, beer and wine, keep my next few columns handy to get one more visit in at these Oregon outfits who pride themselves on having the best of the best: Jose Mexican Express may look like a little food cart, but this gem offers big and authentic flavors with their always fresh, seasonal organic vegetables, handmade corn tortillas and generous portions. The carne asada steak tacos and fish tacos are both popular choices with other options including enchiladas, nachos, burritos, chile rellenos and more.

Did you know that left-leaning Oregon thinks its citizens are so...

In Oregon, full-service gas stations have been the norm since 1951. Today full-service gas stations are actually mandated across the state, forbidding individuals from pumping their own gas and requiring gas station employees to serve customers.

Many Oregon drivers undeterred by suspended licenses - Thu, 04 Jan 2018 PST

Over the course of just a few hours on Dec. 7, Jackson County sheriff's deputies caught six drivers with suspended licenses during a special patrol set up on North Foothill Road to catch speeders. While it may seem unusual for the police to catch six people driving without a valid license on one road in a short time span, sheriff's Sgt.

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