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CENTRAL POINT — City Council members Thursday approved a ballot proposal for a 3 percent tax on marijuana sales inside city limits as a vote on lifting a moratorium on medical and recreational dispensaries looms in November. On Jan. 11, the council approved a measure implementing a temporary moratorium on dispensaries and leaving the fate of the ban to voters. If voters approve the tax measure and overturn the moratorium this fall, Central Point will have a tax rate...

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Posted Feb 13, 2016 at 12:00 AM

Felony arrests Assault — Shane William Hendry, 29, of the 500 block of Village Drive, Central Point. Central Point police arrested Hendry Thursday on two felony charges of first-degree assault and a...

Updated Feb 12, 2016 at 11:35 PM

Stifling defense accompanied by Ula Chamberlin’s sharp-shooting from 3-point range helped the fourth-ranked South Medford girls basketball team pull away for its 75th consecutive conference victory with an 81-29 victory over Willamette...

Updated Feb 12, 2016 at 11:24 PM

EUGENE — South Medford built a 19-point lead with 2½ minutes to play in a deliberately played boys basketball game against Willamette and coasted from there to a 45-33 Southwest Conference triumph in the Wolverines’...

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SPRINGFIELD — North Medford made a strong opening statement on Day 1 of the Southwest Conference district wrestling championships Friday at Thurston High, settling in at second place behind Roseburg after advancing 15 wrestlers into...

Posted at 2:00 AM

The North Medford girls basketball team turned up the heat in the first quarter and never looked back during a 60-29 win over Thurston on Friday at North Medford High. Black Tornado sophomore wing Maggie Freeman scored 17 points, including...

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