Frank Ernest Lambrecht

Frank Ernest Lambrecht, 83, of White City, died March 22, 2012.  He was born May 6, 1928, in Washington, D. C. Frank served in the U. S. Army before beginning his career as a National Weather Service meteorologist, residing in several places in Alaska in the 1950’s, moving to the Medford area in 1961.  He…

Livestock judges and other experts to hold free outfitting, showing animal field day

Take note if you are one of the young people who display animal projects.  Rainey’s Corner Feed is sponsoring the Southern Oregon Show Feed Field Day  Feb. 25.  The actual event will be held at the Rogue River Ranch show barn at 10725 Table Rock Road beginning at 9 a.m. The event features Clay Weber,…

Wolf spotted Hwy 140 and Meridian

According to a report from long-time Rogue Valley Rancher, Alan Pingle, there is a new resident here now. Pingle and another ranch hand witnessed a wolf stalking a herd of elk near the intersection of Meridian Road and Highway 140 on Friday, December 16.  The lone animal was first spotted at about 400 yards distance…

Donald Ambrose “Pops” Bedell

Feb. 20, 1916-Oct. 20, 2011 Don Bedell, long-time Eagle Point, Ore. resident, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011. He was 95. Don was one of six children born to John Hiram and Beatrice Dewhirst Bedell, of Lawrence, Mass. Don was a native of Coppercliff, Ontario, Canada. Later, his family returned to their home,…

Sams Valley woman saves animals at her RES-Q Ranch

In 2002 Linda Marsh and spouse Lou departed  Northern California for their 42 acres of lush, verdant serenity on Meadows Road. Her love for animals drew her to join the Board of Directors of a non-profit equine sanctuary run by Michelle Thomas on nearby Rte. 234. A few years later, Thomas wed, relocated to Bend,…

Alpaca open house

Saturday March 5th, from 11-5p.m. four Eagle Point alpaca ranches will be hosting open houses. The participating ranches are: Andresen Acres, Alpacas of the Blue Aurora, Anchor Ranch Alpacas, LLC and Suri Haven Alpacas. For directions to the farms, please contact Norm Andresen at (541) 826-6211.

Creekside Planting

The Little Butte Creek Watershed Council is asking for volunteers to plant native species at the Gadberry Ranch on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 8:30 –  12:30.  Tools will be provided, and lunch will be provided.  Bring gloves and a coat.  Meet at Brownsboro Highway and Highway 140 at 8:30.  Call Tim Weaver at 541-646-1684 with…

Creekside Planting

The Little Butte Creek Watershed Council is asking for volunteers to plant native species at the Gadberry Ranch on Saturday, Feb. 5, from 8:30 –  12:30.  Tools will be provided, and lunch will be provided.  Bring gloves and a coat.  Meet at Brownsboro Highway and Highway 140 at 8:30.  Call Tim Weaver at 541-646-1684 with…

Julene Clark

Julene Clark. 74, died at home on Oct. 20, 2010 from complications of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. Her bright smile and sparkling eyes never left throughout her illness. She will be best remembered by the kindness she displayed toward everyone she met. Julene is survived by her husband of 44 years, Murphy Clark; daughters, Laresa Kluth…

Natural resource tour aims toward a better understanding

{gallery}/10_05_10/trees{/gallery} Randy White, Manager with Jackson Soil and Water Conservation District believes we can work together to achieve common goals for both public and private lands within Jackson County. White led a broad spectrum group on a tour of restored lands in parts of the county September 28.  Among them were politicians, students, media, ranchers…

Boys & Girls Club BBQ

A Barbeque on the banks of the Rogue River is another chance to support the Upper Rogue Boys & Girls Clubs in Shady Cove and White City. The event on Saturday, August 28 from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. features delectable BBQ by West 281 Ranch Bar-B-Que Company. Enjoy music while sipping beverages and visiting with…