Temporary closures on Bear Creek Greenway

Repairs to Bear Creek Greenway will require temporary closures of portions of the trail between Ashland and North Medford Monday, May 7th, the trail will be closed from South Valley View Road to Suncrest Road for approximately three weeks..  The sections to be repaired are the two oldest sections, and a section with severe cracking:·  …

Cycle Oregon will visit Prospect and Ashland

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   The 25th Anniversary edition of the Cycle Oregon Week Ride celebrates the event’s heritage, showcasing small and medium-sized towns as well as stunning scenery. The Week Ride will start and end in the tiny outpost of Bly, in south-central Oregon. Along the way riders will experience a wide variety of Oregon flavors, including wide-open…

EP wrestlers dominate dual

Because Ashland High School does not have a full wrestling team, Eagle Point hosted them along with South Medford High School in two dual meets on Wednesday, Jan. 11. The varsity Eagles wrestled their way to victory in both meets, with final team scores of 72 – 3 against Ashland, and 61 – 12 against…

Nathan Ashland

Nathan Ashland, 88, longtime resident of Larson Creek Apartments and also the VA “Dom” died Dec. 19, 2011. He was born Jan. 19, 1923. Nathan served honorably in the U.S. Army during World War II and the Korean War, with numerous military commendations, including four bronze stars. He was a lifetime member of many veteran…

Violence in Ashland and Shady Cove

Thanksgiving week in the Rogue Valley was marred with two homicides and one suicide.  The deaths occurred where one does not see such activity on any kind of a regular basis. David Michael Grubbs, 23, of Ashland, was found diseased  on the bike path at Hunter’s Park in Ashland on around 5:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov,…

Way to go

The recent couple of weeks have been noteworthy for Eagle Point High School. While some of us well remember good, successful days at EPHS (despite the fact that some don’t believe that), some of us well remember down days as well. But today it is up, up and up for the students and faculty. First…

Volleyball against Ashland is EPHS 2-1

At Eagle Point’s varsity volleyball game on Thursday, Oct. 6 was the first time, one might say, that the Eagles’ home crowd was out done in vocal enthusiasm. Over four sets, it appeared the Eagles were worn down with banter and stomped bleachers in the visitor’s section. Eagle Point lost to Ashland High School by…

EPHS Vball teams defeat Ashland

After starting the new volleyball season with loses to Roseburg and Hidden Valley, the Eagle Point Volleyball team quickly got back on track. The Eagles won the consolation bracket in Roseburg’s weekend tournament on Sept. 10, bringing their season record to 3-2. On Sept. 13, Eagle Point traveled to Ashland (1-0) and beat the Grizzly’s,…

Eagles track sweeps Ashland 92-40 & 76-55

By Coach Mike JohnstonWednesday May 4 was the most beautiful day of the spring andthe Eagle Track Team took full advantage of the great conditions.While visiting Ashland  the boys defeated Ashland 91-40 and the Girls defeated Ashland 76-55. Tyrone Holmes achieved four firsts including a personal record in the shot put (51’6.75”). That effort is…

EPHS varsity baseball drops one to Ashland

Eagle Point’s Varsity baseball team suffered a shut out at the hands of Ashland High School on Wednesday, March 30th. The seventh inning ended with the last three batters striking out, flying out and being thrown out at 1st.  That sealed the score at  lost 0-6    The game was troubled by controversy beginning almost right…

EP travels Friday after loss to Ashland

The end of the first regular  “hybrid” season was not what Coach Schauffler and his team had worked for and hoped for. Now they are preparing to meet Dallas this Friday night in Dallas. Dallas High School is about 20 minutes west of Salem and the school where  Schauffler began his coaching and teaching career….