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Case of the Missing Programming Blogs Solved!

Our RVTV website, Facebook, and Twitter followers may have been wondering why the daily programming blog has been on hiatus for the last week or so. The picture above answers the question! Refreshed and ready to roll again, here are the weekend highlights for March 22-24.
Government Channel 14 focuses on current topics from the City of Medford beginning at 3pm Friday. It starts with the replay of the Medford Urban Renewal meeting from last week, checks in at 4pm with Public Works Director Cory Crebbin for the Medford Forum studio show on new utility rates, and then at 5pm catch the replay of the Medford City Council noon meeting from Thursday. A proposed historical district for the Rogue Valley was one of the topics discussed. Remember our latest government information replays each weekend at designated times on Ch. 14, Saturdays at 3pm the City of Medford is featured, then on Sunday at 9am Jackson County meetings and studio shows replay, with the City of Ashland taking over at 3pm. And those meetings are available 24/7 on our government partners websites.
Oregon Lifestyles
And speaking of traveling, Channel 9 takes you from the coast to the Cascades and most places in between each weekend with the Oregon Lifestyles series. Catch our first five episodes Saturdays and Sundays at 8am, 1pm, and 7pm and stay tuned as new adventures are in the works as new episodes are produced.
And RVTV Channel 21 for the City of Grants Pass will playback the March 20 Council meeting this Friday at noon and Saturday at 10am. Many residents were on hand for the meeting to speak on the topic of a temporary asphalt batch plant that will be operated by Knife River Materials at the former Spalding Mill site near Tom Pearce Park. The plant met code requirements and passed the Council with additional conditions to repair any damage casued to City streets and to provide adequate signage for people who would like to access the park. The meeting will post today on the city website as well.

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