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Jackson County last week became the latest local government to slap a tax on recreational marijuana, just in case Ballot Measure 91 passes and just in case the courts throw out clear language in the measure prohibiting local taxes. County commissioners cited increased costs to the county if marijuana is legalized, but have provided no specifics. They should do so before asking voters to approve a new tax.

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Political war chests are piling up unprecedented amounts of cash this election cycle, including more than $1 million amassed by Sen. Alan Bates and his challenger, Dave Dotterrer, in the most expensive legislative race in Oregon.Ashland...

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The Cascade Christian volleyball team topped Lakeview in four sets to win the Southern Cascade League playoffs at Cascade Christian High on Saturday.Cascade Christian won, 25-21, 25-27, 25-23, 26-24.The Challengers (19-5) will next...

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JUNCTION CITY — The Crater boys cross country team dominated the Midwestern League championships, and the Comet girls finished second to also qualify for state at muddy Richardson Park on Saturday.The top two teams and top seven...

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EUGENE — Things just keep getting better for the North Medford girls soccer team.Beset with key injuries for much of the season, the now healthy Black Tornado defeated Willamette, 2-1, in the Southwest Conference finale on Saturday...

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CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — Before the Wainstein report came out earlier this week Roy Williams knew, he said, that it wasn’t “going to be good.”“I’m not naïve,” Williams, the North Carolina...

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BATON ROUGE, La. — Bo Wallace was on the cusp of prolonging No. 3 Mississippi’s bid for an unbeaten season until LSU safety Ronald Martin got in the way.Wallace’s pass was intercepted by Martin at the 1 with 2 seconds...

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I've always wondered how Emigrant Lake got its name. I'm sure that will be an easy one for you experts.— Nancy M., MedfordWell, Nancy, we don't like to brag, but we're used to smacking...

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A man who broke into an elderly woman's Grants Pass home armed with a large knife, then terrorized her, ransacked her house and forced her to drive him to Walmart was sentenced Thursday morning to 15 years in prison.Craig Cruz, 31, entered...

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Oct. 26, 1914The first case before the petit jury for the October term of the circuit court was called this morning, it being the case of the state vs. J.B. Casey of Ashland, charged with obtaining money under false...

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No truth in labelI am responding to the opinion of George Sexton in the Oct.15 newspaper.Droughts and lightning strikes cannot be controlled. There will be fires at those times.The old-growth trees that he...

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