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SOU Raiders Claim Regular Season Title

(Ashland, Oregon) - Cascade Collegiate Conference The 16th-ranked Southern Oregon volleyball secured the regular season Cascade Conference Championship and the right to host the conference postseason tournament with a 27-25, 25-21, 25-20 victory over Northwest University this afternoon.

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Concordia Women’s Soccer Remains No. 1 in NAIA Top 25 Poll

CCC Volleyball Teams – College of Idaho (13), Southern Oregon (16) – Listed in Volleyball Poll

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Cascade Collegiate Conference Three Cascade Collegiate Conference teams – Concordia women’s soccer, College of Idaho volleyball and Southern Oregon volleyball – are listed in NAIA Top 25 polls, according to new rankings released Tuesday by the national office.

Read Full Article (Oct-30-2010 20:23)

Southern Oregon Over Warner Pacific, 2-0 Soccer

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Sports Southern Oregon spoiled Warner Pacific’s senior day by handing the Knights a 2-0 loss today at David Douglas High School.

Scoring chances were few and far between for both teams, but Southern Oregon made the most of the limited opportunities. SOU’s Ashton Griffen volleyed a 15 yard shot past Knight goalkeeper Nikita Rivera in the 23rd minute to give the Raiders an early lead. SOU would tack on a second goal in the 41st minute off the head of Kennedy Roteman, who made a long run down the left side and received a cross from Julie Zamzow.

Read Full Article (Oct-07-2010 18:54)

Now is a Great Time for Fall Color in Oregon

(SALEM, Ore.) - Fall color along a street in Salem Oregon Whether you're a nature lover, photographer, or just like getting your exercise in the great outdoors, right now, as the days shorten and nights grow cooler, Oregon's rural and urban forests are starting out on an amazing transformation. This is a great time to take in the beauty of Oregon's fall colors.

Whether hiking along a trail, driving through Oregon's back roads or taking time out with the kids to enjoy a favorite city park, trees such as big leaf maple, red alder and dogwood all catch our eye with their brilliant hues and colors.

Read Full Article (Sep-25-2009 00:42)

Wildfire Smoke Impacts Southern and Central Oregon

Smoke from Southern Oregon Wildfires Prompting Air Quality Concern.

(BEND, Ore.) - File photo of wildfire smoke Concern about smoke and haze in low-lying areas of Central and Eastern Oregon, including Crater Lake, Bend, Redmond, Burns, Klamath and surrounding communities, is prompting the Oregon Department of Environmental Quality to alert residents to the possible associated dangers.

Residents can take protective measures to mitigate breathing problems or other symptoms from smoke.

Read Full Article (Sep-21-2009 22:28)

BOLI Commissioner Awards $127,713 in Sex Harassment Case

Ashland employer created hostile workplace, fired employee for asking that it stop.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Sexual harassment State Labor Commissioner Brad Avakian has issued a final order in the sexual harassment case against From the Wilderness, Inc. (FTWI) and Michael Ruppert of Ashland.

In addition to awarding lost wages, Comm. Avakian ordered $125,000 in mental and emotional suffering damages paid to Lindsay Gerken for the workplace harassment and retaliation she suffered during her less than three months of employment at FTWI. The damage award reflects the egregious conduct of Ruppert as well as the reinvigoration of civil rights enforcement by Commissioner Avakian.

Read Full Article (Sep-08-2009 14:15)

Gas Prices Hold Steady after Labor Day Weekend

OPEC Not Expected to Cut Production at its Wednesday Meeting.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas pump Gas prices remain fairly stable this week with the Oregon average for regular unleaded holding steady at $2.82 and the national average dropping three cents to $2.58.

AAA Oregon Public Affairs Director Marie Dodds says, "We've seen a mixture of positive and negative economic news throughout the summer, and without a clear direction of where the economy might be headed, crude oil has spent much of the summer around $70 a barrel."

Read Full Article (Mar-09-2009 20:32)

Truck Collides with Grader on I-5 North of Ashland

A semi-truck driver was not injured, but he was cited by police for Careless Driving.

(ASHLAND, Ore.) - Semi crash near Ashland, Oregon 3-9-09 Police say a Jackson County grader operator was struck from behind by a commercial truck Monday morning, receiving only minor injuries.

The operator was northbound on the freeway north of Ashland when the commercial truck rear ended the grader.

Read Full Article (Jan-20-2009 12:09)

Crude Prices Fall while Gas Prices Keep Climbing

As a new U.S. president begins his term, there seems to be a disconnect between oil and gas prices. Crude oil has been hovering below $40 per barrel, yet we've seen pump prices increase. In fact, our Oregon average is up 23 cents in the past month to $1.96 a gallon.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Oregon gas prices Oregon AAA's Marie Dodds says gas prices seem to be defying gravity as they continue to rise, even though crude prices have been hovering below $40 per barrel.

Last Friday, crude closed at $34.78, the lowest price since April 2005, when the nationwide average for regular unleaded was $1.76 per gallon. The national average now is $1.84, up five cents in the past week. Oregon's average increases four cents to $1.96.

Read Full Article (Jan-13-2009 13:08)

Lower Gas Prices Expected This Week

After a couple weeks of increases, AAA expects gas prices will start to come down again over the next several days.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Gas station attendant After increasing for nearly two weeks, gas prices are stabilizing and are expected to decline over the next few days, according to Oregon AAA.

"Seasonal demand for gasoline is at its lowest point of the year, and the drop in demand for gas caused by the struggling economy does not warrant a sustained rally in gas prices." AAA Oregon Public Affairs Director Marie Dodds says.

"The national average for regular unleaded jumps up 10 cents in the past week to $1.79, while Oregon's average increases ten-and-a-half cents to $1.91. AAA believes some gas station owners may have raised prices too quickly last week, and we urge drivers to shop around before filling up."

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