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Felony arrests Assault — Michael Eugene Frary, 60, of the 600 block of South Holly Street, Medford. Medford police arrested Frary Thursday on a felony charge of fourth-degree assault. He was booked in the Jackson County Jail Thursday and released after posting bail. Drugs — Frank Abreu Jardim, 47, of the 2700 block of Heritage Road, Central Point. Jackson County sheriff's deputies arrested Jardim Thursday on a...

Updated at 11:53 PM

SWC BOYS BASKETBALL ;W;L;Pct.;GB South Medford;7;1;.875;— North Medford;7;2;.778;½ Sheldon;6;3;.667;1½ South...

Updated at 11:47 PM

Stellar Southern Oregon defense kept Lake Tahoe from getting anything going as the Spartans downed the Icemen, 8-0, during Western States Hockey League action Friday at The RRRink. The Spartans (25-14), who have allowed one goal in two...

Updated at 11:41 PM

ROGUE RIVER — St. Mary’s Connor Vinyard and Michael Crennen led the charge as the Crusaders boys basketball team pulled away for a 71-48 victory over Rogue River during Southern Cascade League play on Friday. The wins sets up...

Posted at 2:00 AM

COTTAGE GROVE — The North Medford wrestling team took the first-day lead at the 32-team Cottage Grove Invitational at Cottage Grove High on Friday. Eight wrestlers advanced to today's semifinals for the Black Tornado, which has 140.5...

Updated at 11:38 PM

North Medford boys head basketball coach Scott Plankenhorn and his Black Tornado squad were up by 11 points at halftime against Willamette on Friday, but they weren't about to rest on their laurels. "At halftime we talked about what was...

Updated at 11:37 PM

EUGENE — Crater’s tough luck in Midwestern League girls basketball continued on the road against Marist on Friday. The Comets got out to a fast start but Marist capitalized on a big free-throw shooting advantage to post a...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Josephine County has received a $77,000 bill for water testing at the site of a former dam located between Rogue River and Wimer. That's the amount taxpayers will have to pony up, even though the now-demolished Fielder Dam is not even in...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Officers risk lives Throughout the world, past, present, and in the future, there have been and will be police officers and firefighters who sacrificed or will sacrifice their lives in order to keep people safe in their...

Posted at 11:01 PM

An aid organization that provides food, clothing and housing 2,100 times per month for individuals through First Presbyterian Church is seeking nonprofit status and asking for financial support from the city. “It’s more than...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Sometimes, it makes sense to rearrange government. One such plan from Oregon Gov. Kate Brown sounds wonky, but it could yield lifelong improvements in public education. Last month, Brown announced that she was creating the Governor's...

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