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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
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Oregona s 2018 ballot measures: what you need to know

MEDFORD, Ore.- On November 6, Oregonians will not only be voting on key positions for state and federal representation but several measures as well that could affect the states social and economic stances. Here NBC5 News takes a look at four of the five measures for this ballot to understand what they mean and what they would do.

Another year unsolved, Huey Husona s wife asks for justice

MEDFORD, Ore.- Six years to the day since it happened, Medford's only unsolved murder still hangs on the minds of family and friends of the victim. Murdered on his birthday, Valley Cab driver Huey Huson's death shocked the community and left his wife and mother devastated.

Under the Hood: Motorhome having trouble on long grades

Q: We have a 2004 Ford E450 class C 23-foot motorhome with the V-10 engine. It just turned 45,000 miles this week.

Dick Fosbury's Famous Flop Was Actually a Great Success

"Consider a the Fosbury Flop, an upside-down and backward leap over a high bar, an outright-an outrageous!-perversion of acceptable methods of jumping over obstacles. An absolute departure in form and technique.

Two South Medford students sent to hospital

MEDFORD, Ore.- Two days ago a student from South Medford High School was sent to the hospital in what police say was reported as an overdose. Now two more students were rushed to the hospital earlier Thursday leading police to believe all three cases might have some connection.

SNAP benefits: Which cities have the most people on food stamps?

Food is a basic need that an estimated 42 million Americans struggle to afford. Americans on fixed incomes, those with disabilities, and low-income households with children are among the most likely to struggle to put food on the table.

Hemp, Inc. Applauds California Governor for Passing Industrial Hemp Legislation

This will "unleash a dramatic expansion of hemp farming and hemp businesses" in the nation's largest state and as a global leader in the industrial hemp industry, with the largest multipurpose industrial hemp processing facility in the western hemisphere, Hemp, Inc. stands to gain an enormous amount of business opportunities in the Golden State. "This Bill will finally allow farmers in California to partake in this lucrative industry on a broad scale and I applaud Governor Jerry Brown for taking the proactive steps necessary to facilitate the growth of California's industrial hemp industry," said Hemp, Inc. CEO, Bruce Perlowin.

UConn Alternative Breaks open to students

According to the Community Outreach website, alternative break trips provide the opportunity for students to give back while becoming more acquainted with pressing social issues such as poverty, homelessness, conservation and healthcare. UConn's alternative spring break application deadlines are approaching.

The state Senate gathers at the Oregon Capitol in September 2015.

Senate candidate Jessica Gomez and other Oregon Republican leaders have denounced a video circulating on social media as "hateful and racist." "I found it offensive, very offensive," Gomez said of the video produced by the political action committee Mi Voz Cuenta.

How to prepare for winter weather, now

MEDFORD, Ore.- Although the Rogue Valley is far from seeing winter weather, other areas in southern Oregon have already seen some snow in higher elevations. But as it turns out, the perfect time to get prepared for severe weather might be sooner than you think.

Missing man found in Medford

Police say Poage was transported from a homecare facility in Central Point to a medical appointment at Providence Plaza. According to video surveillance footage police acquired, Poage went through the doors of the plaza and minutes later went right back out the door.

Country Crossings Music Festivala s future left uncertain

MEDFORD, Ore.- The future of the Country Crossings Music Festival is uncertain after Bi-Mart, it's title sponsor, pulled out of it's contract with the event. According to a Bi-Mart spokesperson, the company decided to pull out of the 2019 festival to focus on other opportunities in it's expanding northwest market.

NewsletterFacing the killer 1918 flu

When Medford Mayor C.E. Gates learned people were dying of the 1918 flu across the border in California, he took quick action. He ordered Medford residents to wear masks, told the railroad to stop bringing sick people into town and closed down schools, churches and other places where people gathered.

Napa Valley winery rejects 2,000 tons of Oregon grapes

A California wine company has suddenly canceled contracts to purchase at least 2,000 tons of wine grapes from Southern Oregon growers because of apparent smoke contamination from wildfires. The Capital Press reports Copper Cane Wines & Provisions based in Napa Valley told growers as recently as late September that it would not buy the grapes.

Las Vegas survivor reflects one year later

MEDFORD, Ore.- This Monday marked one year since the mass shooting on the Las Vegas strip where a gunman killed 58 people during the Route 91 Harvest country music festival. For those who were there, the memories of that day are as fresh and vivid as ever.

Five on 5 a " Tricia Prendergast a " Magdalene Home

On Tonight's Five on 5, we are joined by Tricia Prendergast, the Executive Director of Magdalene Home, discussing what East Medford home does to help teenage mothers stay safe, get guidance in life skills, and help accessing the services that are available to them. They will be hosting a Teen Parente Fair at the North Medford High School Child Development Center on Tuesday, October 2nd, from 10 AM until Noon.

FBI agent shot by booby-trapped wheelchair inside southern Oregon home

They slipped by the minivan outfitted with the spring-loaded jaws of animal snares and avoided a circular hot tub turned on its side and designed to roll over trespassers who triggered a tripwire - something reminiscent of "a scene from the movie 'Indiana Jones.' " But the FBI special agent and three state police bomb technicians never made it past the empty wheelchair inside the manufactured home they entered on the southern Oregon property, court records say.

California winery blames 'smoke taint' from wildfires in canceling Rogue Valley grape contracts

Dozens of vineyard owners in Southern Oregon's Rogue Valley region opened their mail on Sept. 22 to discover a notice from California-based Copper Cane LLC canceling their contracts for this year's grapes.

With rainfall, are we in the clear? Not quite yet, says ODF

MEDFORD, Ore.- The Rogue Valley finally received some relief from the hot, dry summer that has brought nothing but smoke and fire. With the first major rainfall of the season, it may seem like southern Oregon's fire troubles are finally washing away.

Cascade Self-Storage opens on Diamond Lake Boulevard

Resident Manager Dan Adams, left, talks with Gale Peterson of the Small Business development Center during a tour of the new Cascade Storage site on Diamond Lake Boulevard in Roseburg on Friday. The facility houses close to 700 storage units.

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