Volunteers, game wardens, and canine dogs came out to help in that search in Medford.
"We're gonna keep trying until we can find some kind of a clue and give closure to the family," said Game Warden Kim Bates.
The disappearance of 71-year-old Diana Estey has been a mystery to all. She was reported missing on November 4th, 2016.
Diana's brother Paul said her car was home, the lights were turned on, and the door to her home was unlocked. "It's like she walked out the door and puff," said Paul Estey.
Bates said they are covering some of the gaps in the previous searches they've done.
"We've searched a lot of this area already but we're running teams over the areas that's been covered before just checking to make sure that we didn't miss anything," said Bates.
"We're obviously looking into the scenario if she took a walk behind her house, down a road, and then went off into a wooded area. So looking for any clues in the general area along the roads trails, wooded area behind her house." Bates said.
It's reported Estey has a home out of state but Bates said state police looked into that.
"We're working with the state police and they have covered a lot of the leads they have researched into her out of state connections and followed up with that," said Bates.
Bates said the community has shown tremendous support for the family of Diana.
"Very small community it obviously touches a lot of people and affects lot of people int his small community so they've been fabulous out here and really trying to help over the course of the last couple years," Bates said.