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Kevin Stine, a Medford councilor, is running against U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden in the Democratic primary

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[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers about Sunday's season finale of Quantico. Read at your own risk.] As

Posted at 11:01 PM

When we purchase something with our credit card or debit card, we sign the screen to confirm it's us and not someone else, but it seems that the machine will accept anything I scrawl. What the heck is the machine...

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WOLF CREEK — The historic Wolf Creek Inn has been closed for more than a year now, but plans are in motion to reopen the former stagecoach stop once a suitable operator can be found for the hotel and restaurant. Owned by the Oregon...

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Even as Ashland Mayor John Stromberg prepares to attend a White House Roundtable next week on using fire to fight fire through the nationally recognized Ashland Forest Resiliency Partnership, controlled burns are underway throughout the Southern...

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With the help of two local organizations and selfless volunteers, Shirlene McKinney can stay in her home and continue to live independently. McKinney suffers from rheumatoid arthritis in her hands and knees. The steep steps outside her home...

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PHOENIX — Phoenix High School’s incoming principal prefers to work in a small-school environment. Don Rugraff was principal at a 300-student high school in Brentwood, Mo., from 2008 to 2013. He also has been an assistant...

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Applegate deserves protection The BLM's recently released Proposed Resource Management Plan drops the Applegate Valley's designation as an Adaptive Management Area (AMA). Applegate residents have long endorsed and embraced...

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It's time to cut the GDP some slack. Overhauling the GDP — as some critics would — threatens to politicize one of our most useful economic indicators. It could be twisted to advance or retard political agendas. This is a bad...

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May 16, 1916 DISTRIBUTION OF PRIMARY BALLOTS NOW UNDER WAY The Medford Printing company has just turned over to the county clerk approximately 39,000 official and sample primary ballots. The...

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TIP OF THE WEEK In the last 10 years, televisions have become flatter, video rental stores have nearly disappeared and phones have become devices that are more like a computer than a phone. There’s good reason that when...

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