Jackson County Close Up is produced as a live studio information show for local citizens.
It airs live on Rogue Valley Community Televison six times per year, with replays on Channels 180 and 181 in Jackson County and 183GP in Josephine County. The program features stories about Jackson County government and the people who serve you.
Questions or problems? Contact RVTV at Southern Oregon University Ashland, 541-552-8416.
January 2019 Edition: Take a moment to meet the people who make Jackson County go! Our monthly County Close Up program features people, projects, and topics in the mix in Jackson County in the New Year."
December 2018 Edition: Take a moment to meet the people who make Jackson County go! Our monthly County Close Up program features people, projects, and topics in the mix in Jackson County as 2018 comes to a close.
In the September 2018 edition we’ll meet and learn about 4 key employees in the District Attorney’s Office, Deputy District Attorney II Alyssa Claseman, Victim Assistance Program Director Diana Hamilton, Family Support Program Director Diana Del Rio and AJ Flores with the Transitional Center/Animal Control program in Phoenix. We’ll also highlight our recent Employees of the Month and discover what’s involved with being part of our Community Justice Transition Center Work Crews with Levi Castor.
In the July 2018 edition we'll meet and learn about Lisa McCurley and Mike Hescock from the Transition Center and Transitional Care Program, and Adult Services Manager Marie Curran. Features include the Community Accountability Board and Administrator Danny Jordan's Chamber Forum Presentation.
The June 2018 edition features Employee of the Month, Corporal James Biddle of the Sheriff’s Office, Judge Joe Charter, and Jackson County Juvenile Community Justice and Deputy Director Joe Ferguson.
The May 2018 edition features two subjects in our "Meet the People" segment, Commissioner Bob Strosser and May's Employee of the Month, Jessianne Dodenhoff. The 2018 Budget process and Community Justice are also featured.
Updates in the April edition focus on Greenway Clean Up Sweeps, the POW/MIA Flag dedication in downtown Medford, an annual financial audit for the County, and we meet representatives from the Clerk and Assessor's offices.
This recording topics include the new Mission Statement for the Sheriff's Department, wolf management strategies, and we'll introduce you to County staff and citizens who are helping to make Jackson County a great place to live and work.