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“Weird Al” Yankovic and Flight of the Conchords have been making parody songs for a long time but this year saw an influx of parodies like none other.

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Sales of previously built homes slipped in November to their lowest level in six months as the supply of properties remained tight, an unexpected setback in what has shaped up to be a disappointing year for the housing market.

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Felony arrestsDrugs — Deborah Roxann Rockwell, 51, of the 1300 block of Poplar Drive, Medford. Rockwell Wednesday made her first appearance in Jackson County Circuit Court on a charge of possession of...

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Rose Falk gently rocked her day-old son, Cayden, Wednesday afternoon in the nursery at Providence Medford Medical Center.Cayden was wrapped snugly in a blue fleece blanket and fussed momentarily but quieted down as he looked back and forth...

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A stray Pekingese dubbed "Little Dog" has captured the hearts of an entire neighborhood in east Medford and found himself a new home.Little Dog set up camp in October in the Sky Lakes Village neighborhood near Cedar Links. He appeared to...

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It appears that mileage markers (indicating distance from the Oregon/California state line) increment up as we travel from south to north on Interstate 5. Why do mileage markers on Highway 101 on the Oregon Coast increment down when...

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FridaySmall Art Exhibit: Enjoy small art, including pottery, wooden boxes, Christmas ornaments, cards, gifts tags, sculpture and fine art at Art Presence Art Center, 206 N. Fifth St., Jacksonville. The "Small Treasures"...

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Christmas Day, Thursday, Dec. 25Christmas Dinner: A Christmas dinner will be served from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 25, at The Rocky-Tonk Grill & Saloon, 333 E. Main St. Medford. There will be a decorated tree...

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Dec. 25, 1914While it is the mission of the Medford Commercial club to answer all letters addressed to the club, it also acts as a clearing house for letters addressed to the county court, postmaster, mayor, businessmen and citizens asking...

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Remembering a fallen officerOn Dec. 17, 1914, Oregon Game Commission Game Warden Arthur Hubbard was in the Upper Rogue area of Jackson County conducting a deer poaching investigation. Upon contacting the poaching suspect,...

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Reprinted from The New York Sun, Sept. 21, 1897Dear Editor —I am 8 years old. Some of my little friends say there is no Santa Claus. Papa says, "If you see it in The Sun, it's so." Please tell...

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