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CLACKAMAS — In preparation for a second straight run at the Class 6A championship, the North Medford girls soccer team got a taste of the road playoff atmosphere against Clackamas, a fellow top-10 ranked squad. The Black Tornado, which was state runner-up a year ago, tied Clackamas 0-0 in a nonconference game on Monday. Clackamas, the Mt. Hood Conference champion, is 8-1-6. Although they would have taken the win, North Medford coach Jeff Thomas said his girls got what they...

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JACKSONVILLE — A Victorian Ball with participants in period costume and traditions of the era will be held Nov. 7 in the 1880 US Hotel Ballroom to start the holiday season. Belles and Beaus Old West/Victorian Society’s event...

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The Bend Bulletin The anti-coal crusaders at Renew Oregon have ballot measures in the works to make Oregon's large utility power coal-free by 2030. Drives to make Oregon more green aren't new. But beyond coal, Renew...

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Garnering a pair of world championships at the American Miniature Horse Association championship in Fort Worth, Texas, earlier this month, Eagle Point pastor Garret Harrington says he never imagined his passion for equines would find him winning...

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Add your energy When I was in my late teens growing up in a small, largely white and conservative coastal town in California, I was blissfully unaware of the serious civil rights struggles going on, especially in the...

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Tuesday, Oct. 27 Ashland Tuesday Market: Fresh produce and other goods are available from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays through Nov. 24 at the Rogue Valley Growers & Crafters Market at the National Guard Armory, 1420...

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Douglas County Sheriff John Hanlin refused to name the shooter in the recent mass killings at Umpqua Community College: “I will not give him the credit he probably sought prior to this horrific and cowardly act.” A Eugene...

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Oct. 27, 1915 SUDAN GRASS TO SOLVE PROBLEMS OF STOCK GROWERS By W.W. Watson Uncle Billy Angle, retired farmer, stockman and pioneer, with a residence on East Main Street, Medford, and a stock ranch of 140 acres...

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We thought we were doing right by sorting our recyclables into the appropriate bins ... including the co-mingle bin. Lately, we've heard the nasty rumor that it all goes into landfills anyway. True or false? Does Medford treat recyclables...

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TIP OF THE WEEK Four reasons soup is the new sandwich In the era of insulated lunch bags, it’s time for lunch-packers to think outside the sandwich and opt for improved and wholesome lunch options like soup. Here...

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GLENDALE, Ariz. — Chris Johnson rolled to victory. His Arizona Cardinals had to hold on to win. Johnson rushed for 122 yards, 62 on a play where he rolled over the belly of a big defender and kept on running to set up a field goal,...

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