April Ehrlich began freelancing for Jefferson Public Radio in the fall of 2016, and then officially joined the team as its Morning Edition Host and a Jefferson Exchange producer in August 2017.
She previously worked as a reporter for the Roseburg News-Review, where she covered city government and housing. Before that, she covered the oil and gas industry and local government on the Oregon-Idaho border.
April served a two-year stint with AmeriCorps, where she worked with nonprofits helping low-income communities in rural Oregon. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English at Cal-State University, Fullerton, where she worked as an editor for the campus paper.
When she is not at work or napping between shifts, April is likely hiking through nearby forests with a rambunctious border collie, or reading fiction at home with her two favorite cats.
The Black teenager was killed Nov. 23 by a white middle-aged man who confronted him for playing loud music. Ellison's death is causing soul searching in the mostly white community where he lived.
The shooting of a Black teenager by a white middle-aged man who confronted him for playing loud music is causing soul searching in the mostly white community where he lived.
As the coronavirus shut down homeless shelters in Southern Oregon, civic leaders told those in need to relocate to the nearby woods. Now sheriff's deputies are relocating them before fire season.
People escaping the Carr fire in northern California didn't want to part with their pets. So a separate shelter opened up for people and their pets.