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Traffic Collisions Keep Firefighters Busy

It was a extremely busy weekend for traffic collisions. The Evans Valley Fire District found itself busy starting 9 p.m. last Friday. According to Chief Bill Fuller, crews responded to a reported traffic collision that happened along the 5000 block of East Evans Creek Road. A Volkswagen Jetta had gone off the road, and the driver reportedly got out of the vehicle and was walking around. “The driver refused medical transport,” Fuller said. “Law enforcement arrived on scene and took over. Beyond that, I can’t comment on what happened with the deputies and the driver.” At 2:12 a.m. Saturday, Fuller said there was a call along East Evans Creek Road’s 9000 block. Someone had gone to a residence (Subscribe for full story)


FFA Growth Achievement And Opportunity

"The 2017-2018 school year was one of growth, achievement, and opportunity for the Rogue River FFA chapter and they're looking forward to another successful year. During the summer, the Chapter Officer Team took time to develop leadership skills and grow as a team. The team attended the Southern Oregon Leadership Camp in June, where they participated in various workshops ran by District and State Officers and had a unique opportunity when they got to meet the National FFA President. The team also went on an Officer Retreat in August, where they had the opportunity to reflect on the past year and create plans and goals for the up-coming year. This year's Officer Team is advised by Advisors Sam Herringshaw and Nicole Bambino. The team consists of Laura Howard, Molly Cullotta, Andrew Herinckx, Gabe Tam-bellini, Maddy Cort, Skylar Andrews, and Savanna Still-wagner. (Subscribe for full story)


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