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Thanksgiving Worry Free At Sanctuary One

Sanctuary One is a rescue farm for livestock animals. They range from Cows to Alpacas and from Ducks to Rabbits. These animals are donated from other rescues and sometimes directly given to them. Sanctuary One is a full volunteer staff, and they have workers on standby 24/7. Some animals were rescued from houses in Medford. For example, a goat with big horns 'Django', was sent to the sanctuary with chains wrapped around his neck. He is now living a happy and fulfilling life at Sanctuary One. Almost all of the animals for adoption have an adoption fee. The fees are used to help other animals that come into the sanctuary. Some animals are housed separately, and some of them are share areas of the 55 acres. They are currently renovating the dog and cats houses and up-grading the fences. The barn (Subscribe for full story)


One Year Since The 2016 Disappearance

This week marks one year since the 2016 disappearance of a Shady Cove woman. Malina Nickel, 30, was last seen just before Thanksgiving. Detectives are hoping someone will come forward with information that will lead them to her. Family members told deputies they found Malina's car, a white 2002 Ford Escape, abandoned near the Trail post office on November 25, 2016. A witness reported seeing a male walking away from Malina's vehicle and getting a ride to a gas station in Shady Cove on the night of November 23. The male has not yet been positively identified. Malina was reported missing by her mother on November 28. Malina's personal belongings were found in her residence and she had made no mention of leaving the area. (Subscribe for full story)





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