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Kyle Owings didn’t leave much to chance in South Medford’s Class 6A boys soccer first-round playoff game Saturday. The prolific Panther scored South Medford’s first three goals in a 6-1 romp past North Salem at South Medford High. The Southwest Conference champion Panthers (10-1-4) will travel to Portland on Tuesday to take on fourth-seeded Lincoln High (13-2-1) in the second round of the playoffs. “My boys were fired up and ready to go,”...

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On postage stamps, I see more of them not having a "canceled" mark on them. Does that mean they're reusable, or is there some other not-visible mark the post office uses now? — Curious Patron,...

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Nov. 1, 1915 SAM RICHARDSON CLIMBS TREE TO ROUT OUT RACCOONS A hunting party consisting of S.T. Richardson of the Model Clothing company, this city; M.G. Lawrence of Ashland and Jim Dinkens of the valley, returned the...

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Jackson County Commissioner Doug Breidenthal deserves his day in court — or, more accurate, his day before the Oregon Government Ethics Commission. But, based on information filed in a complaint against him, it's hard to imagine that he...

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Of the many issues in front of the Medford City Council right now, one that will have a significant impact on our community over the next couple of decades, but has not gotten much attention, is the urban growth boundary amendment. Oregon...

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“How could I, a simple man, son of farmers from a tiny kibbutz in Israel, hold now the instrument that helped Casals redefine cello history?” — Amit Peled, www.thestrad.com, Sept. 18,...

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The evening aroma Anyone who reads this paper knows the comic strip "Arlo and Janis" is about a retired couple; the last two days it has been about them sitting in the yard enjoying the fall evening. We always guess...

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The speaker-elect walked down the center aisle Thursday morning, accepting hugs, kisses, handshakes and applause. Then he did something unexpected: He turned left. Paul Ryan, the young Wisconsin Republican who in minutes would accept the...

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AGE: Three-year-old Sam has been at the shelter since the beginning of July, but we’re not sure why someone hasn’t scooped him up. He's playful, curious and just plain charming. PERSONALITY: This elegant black cat is on the...

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It’s no wonder people flock to the Bend area during summer. Besides its extensive network of well stocked fishing lakes, miles of biking and hiking trails, and rock-climbing walls, this part of Central Oregon boasts no fewer than five...

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Yale historian Timothy Snyder is indebted to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who recently made Snyder's new book even more newsworthy than his extraordinary scholarship deserves to be. And Netanyahu is indebted to Snyder, whose theory...

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