Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk

Make the right play to save your life and others. On Super Bowl Sunday, the Medford Police Department teamed up with the Oregon State Police, Jackson County Sheriff’s Office, Talent Police Department and Eagle Point Police Department to conduct a high visibility D.U.I.I. saturation patrol.  The involved officers focused their enforcement efforts to the City…

Who will you give blood for – Ducks or Beavers?

Oregon State University and the University of Oregon Alumni Associations’ “Rivals for Life” Civil War Blood Drive will celebrate its ten-year anniversary this football season. The annual football themed campaign does more than score points on the field, it helps save lives. Once again, both universities will unite for a common cause — the Statewide…

Prospect Library offers adult classes

Sign up now for free Adult Basic Computer Classes offered on offered on Fridays, from 2 – 4 p.m., at the Prospect Branch Library, 150 Mill Creek Drive. All classes are bilingual (English and Spanish). Seating is limited. Reservations are encouraged. Basics I Computer Classes include: Sept. 23: Using the Mouse and Keyboard – Like…

Mill Creek Memorial Festival, May 28

The 2nd annual Mill Creek Memorial Festival is this Saturday, May 28.    Festivities will begin  at 7 a.m. with a cougar Run Walk or Bike Race. After that will come a good old fashioned hometown parade on Mill Creek Drive. There will be a flag retirement ceremony, live music, booths, free children’s activities. Highlight of…

Mill Creek bed race seeks entries

Prospect is gearing up for the 2nd annual Mill Creek Memorial Festival. It is in honor of veterans everywhere, but especially those in the Prospect area. Festivities will be Saturday, May 28, beginning at 7 a.m. with a cougar Run Walk or Bike Race. After that will come a good old fashioned hometown parade on…

Mill Creek Festival May 28

Prospect is gearing up for the 2nd annual Mill Creek Memorial Festival. It is in honor of veterans everywhere, but especially those in the Prospect area. Festivities will be Saturday, May 28, beginning at 7 a.m. with a cougar Run Walk or Bike Race. After that will come a good old fashioned hometown parade on…

Fall is in the air

{gallery}/11_09_10/trees{/gallery} Teakwood Drive is one of the prettiest streets in Eagle Point this time of the year. When you look down the lane it makes you want to slow down and enjoy it!

Duck and Beaver fans give blood

For the ninth year, University of Oregon Ducks and Oregon State University Beavers are out for blood. The “Rivals for Life” competition is not just about football, it is about helping save lives. Last year, fans, students and alumni of both schools collectively cast over 8,388 ballots while donating units of blood and platelets to…

Horndogg golf

The 5th annual Horndogg Golf Tournament is Sept. 19, at 7:45 a.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Course. There is a $35 entry fee. Prizes for two men’s KP, longest drive, lowest score, women’s KP and couple’s lowest score. For information or to sign up call Kim Horn at 541-601-5933 or 541-826-5148 or Scott Horn at…

Horndogg golf

The 5th annual Horndogg Golf Tournament is Sept. 19, at 7:45 a.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Course. There is a $35 entry fee. Prizes for two men’s KP, longest drive, lowest score, women’s KP and couple’s lowest score. For information or to sign up call Kim Horn at 541-601-5933 or 541-826-5148 or Scott Horn at…

Horndog golf

The 5th annual Horndog Golf Tournament is Sept. 19, at 7:45 a.m. at Laurel Hill Golf Course. There is a $35 entry fee. Prizes for two men’s KP, longest drive, lowest score, women’s KP and couple’s lowest score. For information or to sign up call Kim Horn at 541-601-5933 or 541-826-5148 or Scott Horn at…