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Twenty-five years ago, temperatures already were climbing into the mid-70s as the military transport plane carrying Vice President George Herbert Walker Bush touched down at the Medford-Jackson...
From their village on the bluffs above the Pacific, Yurok Indians likely watched Portuguese explorer Sebastian Rodriguez Cermeño's galleon as it sailed south along the Northern California coast in...
The life and times of August Singler, the first law enforcement officer and only sheriff in Jackson County killed in the line of duty, are well-known.
"If I have to spend time in purgatory before going to one place or the other, I guess I'll be all right as long as there's a lending library."
Not long after Champ Payne put a ring on Betty McCollum's finger in April 1852, he and his 17-year-old bride left Missouri for Oregon.
There's more to spring than April showers watering the flowers.
If you're looking for a specific Miller, you might as well be pitching through a haystack. That's because, according to the U.S.
When dinosaurs began appearing along the Oregon Coast in 1953, road-weary drivers must have wondered where they'd left their sanity.
In March 1894, just across Bear Creek and southeast of Phoenix, the Danielson boys were cleaning out a chicken coop on the Roberts place.
The surest way to be forgotten is to not stick around the old neighborhood and just quietly get out of town.
Who would believe a woman who married just days after she turned 16 to a man nearly twice her age would become a leader of the women's movement in Southern Oregon?
Just a couple of weeks ago, when an asteroid was hurtling toward Earth, some of us remembered Bruce Willis in that 1998 movie, "Armageddon," when he saved the planet by blowing himself up while...
If a chicken crosses the road to get to the other side, why do covered wagons slide straight down a hill?
When a handcuffed Frank de Souza was pulled out of the post office and pushed into a waiting police car, there was shock on the streets of Medford.
When the couplet came to Medford in 1958, stressed-out auto drivers thought it was really great — sort of.
The day after Christmas in 1871, the body of a well-dressed man was found floating among the tules near Napa Creek, four miles north of Vallejo, Calif.
There's no way to pass by three children's graves without asking why.
The Mail Tribune's recent series chronicling the birth of the railroad in Oregon inspired a reader's question: "How do you physically build a railroad by hand?"
"There will be lights — hundreds of them — and 1,000 candy canes and 1,000 oranges — and band music, too!"
Songwriter and guitarist Ryan Vosika has come full circle since the days he attended Ruch...
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