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New Business Owners Help Youth Get Paid

When John Zammetti acquired the Rogue Burrito, he knew that he had alot of work to do in reopening the business – but he never expected taking care of former employees who had not been paid by the previous owners. Zammetti was operating the Rusty Nail when the nearby Rogue Burrito opened. “I watched them for some time. “It looked like they had something good going on,” he said. “Then, it was open fewer and fewer hours. It just looked like something odd (Subscribe for full story)


Moore Plays Through UCC Tragedy

Kortney Moore only wanted to play college volley-ball and get a jump on her studies at Umpqua Community College (UCC) this fall. She didn't know she would be involved in an event that would be known world-wide, yet another mass shooting at a school. Moore, a 2015 Rogue River High school graduate,was on campus when a gun-man attacked a classroom on Oct 1. She was identified as having been one of the students in the classroom where the gunman attacked. He would shoot 18 people, including nine fatalities, before he himself was killed. Though the Riverhawks volleyball team took a week (Subscribe for full story)


Former Pharmacy Employee Arrested

A Rogue River woman was arrested Friday, November 20, charged with multiple counts of thefts after being accused of stealing from her former employer. According to Rogue River Police Department (RRPD) Chief Ken Lewis, on Nov. 20 at around 12:30 p.m.,deputies and a Rogue River police officer drove to a residence at 10254 W. Evans Creek Rd., where the deputies executed arrest warrants on Sandra Lee Blanco,45. Deputies took Blanco into custody and she was taken to the Jackson County Jail,where she was booked on six charges of felony first-degree aggravated theft and first-degree theft. Lewis said that she was held at the jail for more than seven hours (Subscribe for full story)






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