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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.
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
OnTrack fined after workers exposed to asbestos
The Oregon Occupational and Safety and Health Division has fined OnTrack $19,350 after employees of the drug addiction recovery organization improperly handled asbestos at an apartment in west Medford. OSHA inspected the building at 514 Hamilton St. on various dates in May and determined that OnTrack failed to follow proper procedures, provide protective equipment and communicate about the proper handling of asbestos with employees.Things to do, June 15 -23
"Heat Wave," an exhibit by High Fiber Diet, a group of artists from Oregon and Washington will be displayed through July 20 in the main gallery at Rogue Gallery & Art Center, 40 S. Bartlett St., Medford. A reception for the artists will be from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, June 15. Gallery member painters will show "Fauvism," a tribute to an art movement, in the community gallery.Medford man still missing on 10-year anniversary of disappearance
Police are asking for the public's help in locating evidence that could lead them to a man who has been missing for 10 years. The Medford Police Department said that on June 13, 2008, 18-year-old Brandon Perdue left his home in the 2700 block of Aldersgate Road in Medford.This 1953 Kom-Pak trailer perfectly captures the 1950s
Back before car companies cared about details like "coefficient of drag," the main goal for most projects was style . In the case of this Kom-Pak trailer, it was to match the 1952-1954 Ford .South Medford alumni asks for communitya s help in Guatemala
MEDFORD, Ore.- As VolcA n de Fuego begins to fall back into it's uneasy slumber, residents around the volcanic devastation in southern Guatemala continue to search for those lost in the violent outbursts of smoke, ash and sulfur. Many are hesitant to say this horrific event may finally be over because as one disaster ends, several more begin.As Oregon wolves rebound, tensions rise over livestock attacks
In late 2017, Ted Birdseye was jolted awake by the sound of dogs barking. It was 2 a.m. and he figured the animals had seen a coyote and waited for them to settle down.a Stop the Gun Bana continues push for November ballot
MEDFORD, Ore.- A controversial state gun ban that is still being processed through the Oregon Supreme Court has galvanized one local group to take a stance against the initiative. For the past three weekends, local volunteers from Jackson County have been organizing pop-up stands in Central Point and Medford to gather signatures for a ballot measure protecting gun ownership - an antithesis to the state gun ban.SoHumane receives 56 rescued dogs, helps them find forever homes
MEDFORD, Ore.- The Southern Oregon Humane Society had a line out the door this morning as people waited to meet the dogs that were recently saved from kill shelters. According to members, Animal Rescue of Fresno dropped off 56 rescued dogs of all sizes, breeds and ages.It Happens: Man Arrested On LSD After Stolen Car Chase 'Thought...
Apparently police were waiting for a tow truck to remove a 2003 Toyota Camry from a suspected drunk-driving incident when Clark saw the vehicle, told them he was going to steal it, then did, thanks to the keys still being in the ignition. Personally, I'm a firm believer that if the keys are in the ignition then you're not actually stealing, only test driving.Medford renews road access agreement through Prescott Park
In return, the excavation company maintains Roxy Ann Road and gives the City of Medford a discount on rock, an investment that could prove beneficial for park-goers. Note: By commenting below you agree to abide by the KOBI5.com commenting guidelines.Marian Delores Perkins, 98
In loving memory of Mrs. Marian Delores Perkins, who died on May 30 in Medford, Ore. Mrs. Perkins was born on July 8, 1929 in Bois D' Arc, Ill.LSD user stole car in front of cops because he thought he was in Grand Theft Auto
A man who was high on LSD stole a car in front of cops because he thought he was in a real life version of Grand Theft Auto, sheriff's deputies say. Anthony Clark, 23, lead patrol cops on 40 mile pursuit Saturday that saw his car run over spike strips, smash through chain link fences and even drive the wrong way down several roads, it is alleged.MPD seeks vehicle theft suspects
The Medford Police Department said at about 8:30 a.m. on the morning of June 3, a yellow 1980 Jeep CJ-5 was stolen from Rogue Automotive on North Central Avenue in Medford. Officers shared a surveillance image of a man who they believe was involved in the theft.Appeals court agrees county erred in solar farm approval
An Oregon appeals court has agreed with a state board that Jackson County improperly approved a large farm planned for prime agricultural land outside Medford. The Capital Press reports that Jackson County commissioners last year approved the project proposing nearly 40,000 solar panels on 80 acres of prime farmland.1000 Friends of Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development v. Jackson County or Solar LLC
JACKSON COUNTY, Respondent below, OR SOLAR 7, LLC, Petitioner Cross-Respondent. Before Armstrong, Presiding Judge, and Tookey, Judge, and Sercombe, Senior Judge.Josh Newton argued the cause for petitioner-cross-respondent.Fire Season 2018 now in effect in Southwest Oregon
Fire season 2018 has officially begun here in Southwest Oregon, and it's being ushered in with high temperatures and dry conditions. The start date is earlier than last year; The Oregon Department of Forestry is expecting an above average season.'They Charged My Brother'
After an in-depth examination of cases where prosecutors filed homicide charges against friends and loved ones who had a hand in acquiring the drugs, we heard from readers all over the country - including the siblings and parents of people with addiction as well as drug users themselves. They made it clear that when it comes to the opioid crisis, there are no easy answers to the question of responsibility and fault.Sen. Merkley to hold town hall meeting in Medford
According to Merkley's office, he'll be available to answer questions from his constituents and take suggestions on how to tackle challenges faced in Oregon and the rest of the nation. "In our 'We the People' democracy, town hall meetings are an essential tool for me to hear from Oregonians and represent their interests back in D.C.," Merkley said.The Cowhorn Vineyard and Garden wine tasting room in Jacksonville was ...
The Cowhorn Vineyard and Garden wine tasting room in Jacksonville was designed and built by Portland firm Green Hammer. One, however, is in Oregon.All-terrain wheelchair - liberating'
Casey Moore's withered right hand pushes the small joystick that thrusts a special wheelchair down a TouVelle State Park trail, with the chair's tracks carrying him over rocks and thick grass. He powers down a short embankment to experience something he hasn't since a diving accident 18 years ago left him paralyzed from the chest down, with limited use of his arms and hands.
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