Most say Rogue Navigation Study will cause strife where there is none

Governor Ted Kulongoski, Secretary of State Bill Bradbury, Treasurer Randall Edwards and Louise Solliday, Director of Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL), and other officials listened to testimony from 46 concerned citizens at a meeting on March 19 regarding the Rogue River Navigability Study. The meeting at the Ramada Inn and Convention Center in Medford…

Unclaimed kickers waiting owners

If you’re waiting for a kicker check that never came, it may have been returned to the Oregon Department of Revenue because it couldn’t find you. The U.S. Postal Service returned 25,000 undeliverable kicker checks to the department. So far, 12,000 of those have been claimed by their rightful owners. "We still have almost 13,000…

89-mile segment from Grave Creek to Lost Creek Dam deemed navigable

Fishing the Rogue After months of research on the Rogue River’s use since statehood, the Oregon Department of State Lands (DSL) has made an initial determination that the 89-mile study segment of the river is navigable – meaning the public has the right to use its banks for fishing, navigation, recreation and commerce.     "We…