Christmas carols and tea

Celebrate the beginning of Christmas week with carols and the traditional scrumptious feast known as an English High Tea. There will be sandwiches, cakes, scones, fruit bowl and much more. All are welcome to come and enjoy the sounds, tastes, and joy of the season on Dec. 18 at 3 p.m. at St. Martin’s Episcopal…

Celebration marks end of WC Urban Renewal

{gallery}12_06_11/urban{/gallery} White City Urban Renewal had a double celebration on Dec. 1. First, they marked the official end of urban renewal and some 31 projects two years ahead of time and, secondly, they dedicated a new community park. Joining in the celebration was Sue Kupillas, former Jackson Co. Commissioner and member of the original WCCIA…

Medford water issues to be heard by Eagle Point Council May 24

Eagle Point, Central Point, Phoenix and Talent have put their concerns over water rate increases and water rights before the Medford Water Commission in recent months. The coalition has met with the Medford water board upon several occasions and had other sessions scheduled which apparently have been canceled by Medford Water Commission Manager Larry Rains….

O'Donnell home at last

{gallery}/10_19_10/tiffany{/gallery}Tiffany O’Donnell, principal of Shady Cove and El-Trail Schools, who was injured in an accident Sept. 13 is now at home. She was released Oct. 5 from OHSU. “I would say “Thank you” to the community, family and friends that have supported me through the accident and the beginning of my recovery. It’s through their…

Dave Hard fired as chief of Fire District 3

A Fire District 3 Board of Directors public meeting Mar. 25 at 5:15 p.m. lasted no more than 10 minutes,but was the finalization of a process that has entailed some half dozen executive sessions since the beginning of 2010 and the hiring of an outside firm to evaluate the district.      Board President John Curtis…

Fire District #3 fires chief

A Fire District 3 Board of Directors public meeting Mar. 25 at 5:15 p.m. lasted no more than 10 minutes,but was the finalization of a process that has entailed some half dozen executive sessions since the beginning of 2010 and the hiring of an outside firm to evaluate the district. Board President John Curtis called…

EP Middle School Brain Bowl off to a 2-1 start

{gallery}02_16_10/brain{/gallery}The Eagle Point Middle School Brain Bowl team is off to an admirable beginning of the 2010 Middle School Brain Bowl Season. After having barely lost to Hedrick M(A), EPMS defeated both McLoughlin (B) and Talent Middle Schools. This week, the team competes with Grace Christian (A). These students must be both knowledgeable and quick-thinking…

Retiring EP Police Chief honored

Retired Eagle Point Police Chief Dave Strand was honored at the beginning of the Jan. 12 Eagle Point City council meeting. As he presented Strand with a plaque, City Administrator Dave Hussell said, “I’m presenting this to a friend, a partner for a decade-plus. It is a difficult time for me personally. (Dave) has been…

Eagles defeat KU in soccer

Klamath Union got on the board first by an own goal by the Eagle Point defense. The Eagle’s came back with a Cassi Boykin goal towards the beginning of the second half and then clinched the win by an Erica Rasor goal with 10 minutes left in the game. Eagle’s are now 1-2 in conference…

Fun run July 4th results

{gallery}07_07_09/funrun{/gallery}This year’s 4th annual Betty Marlia Fun Run attracted some 300 entries, which is probably 50-75 more than last year. The event is truly a family affair as evidenced by young and old who participated. The race signals the beginning of the family spirit that is always part of July 4th in Eagle Point. Following…