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In a scene straight from an after-school television special, a family seeped in sports tradition welcomes a son with a growth hormone deficiency.

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FRESNO, Calif. — Crater dropped two games on the opening day of the Easter Baseball Classic in Fresno, Calif., Monday.The Comets (0-6) lost 4-2 to Reedley and 2-0 to Fresno. There are 38 teams in the 46th annual event, which...

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Felony arrestsKidnapping — Ryan James Hiebert, 35, of the 2200 block of Taylor Road, Central Point. Medford police Monday arrested Hiebert on charges of first-degree kidnapping, fourth-degree...

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Longtime educator Scott Perry may be retiring from his position as head of the Southern Oregon Education Service District, but he’s not quitting the field altogether.Perry, 60, retires June 30 after six years as superintendent of...

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Republicans complain they are largely sidelined this legislative session, denouncing what they perceive as an underhanded strategy by Democrats to raise taxes.Rep. Mike McLane, the minority Republican leader from Powell Butte, said...

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Lawmakers in Salem don't spend all their time on momentous issues involving billions of dollars or fundamental changes that matter to everyone in the state. Sometimes, they take a moment to fix a small but annoying glitch in a law that affects...

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Jesus said to preachRegarding "Who’s handing out Bibles?"Alice D.'s letter criticizing some local Christian men for handing out New Testaments incorrectly asserted that she believes giving out Bibles is...

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March 31, 1915L.H. Griffiths, one of the backers of the Seattle-San Francisco auto service during the fair service, will arrive in Medford this week to arrange the final details of the establishment of the service May 1st,...

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Four years after two local boys vandalized the historic Central Point Cemetery, most of the more than 50 headstones they damaged still lie broken in the dirt.The damaged was carried out by a 10- and-11-year-old in March 2011, and...

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CENTRAL POINT — Paul Benton looks down a 900-foot-long row of large-flowered woolly meadowfoam and he's seeing more of this endangered and extremely rare plant than most botanists could possibly see in their lifetimes."That's why...

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I noticed on your Twitter feed that Cole Rivers Hatchery on Wednesday counted the first spring chinook salmon there so far this season. March 25 sounds awfully early. And I know from reading previous Outdoors pages that the steelhead have...

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