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Homeschool kids bring robot gladiators to town

Although increasingly immersive virtual entertainment is capturing the minds of many young children these days, the scientific world seems to be rising to the occasion, fighting back to reclaim the imaginations of a generation of kids raised on video games. With this in mind, Think Tank Kids, a program dedicated to inspiring exploration and innovation […]

Chinese New Year Celebration in Jacksonville on Saturday to usher in the Year of the Dragon

Chinese New Year Celebration in Jacksonville on Saturday to usher in the Year of the Dragon

The Southern Oregon Chinese Cultural Association will be ushering in the Year of the Dragon by hosting an all-day New Year’s festival Saturday, Feb. 4, in downtown Jacksonville. The celebration begins at 8:00 a.m. with the Dragon Flight 5K Fun Run, and the main parade will begin at 10:30 a.m., on the corner of Oregon […]

Raider linebacker faces indecent exposure charge

Raider linebacker faces indecent exposure charge

After he was allegedly nude and masturbating while confronting two shoppers in the Rogue Valley Mall parking lot Mon., Jan. 31, a 19-year-old Southern Oregon University student was arrested the following day, on a charge of indecent exposure, police said. Lance Alan Tausaga, Ashland, was arrested by Medford police at the Daniel Meyer Fitness Center […]

The fight for free transit

The fight for free transit

It has been over five years since students at Southern Oregon University have been able to enjoy free rates for Rogue Valley Transportation District bus services, but a university committee is working to re-establish negotiations with the transportation service provider, and make alternative options more available for students. Negotiations involving SOU and RVTD have been […]

Winter weather advisory in effect

Winter weather advisory in effect

Cold weather is expected throughout the region today, and the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory.  Snow levels may drop as low as 4000 feet, and several inches of snow are expected in the mountains. The National Weather Service has predicted a cold, wet winter this year, triggered by a La Nina […]

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