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CLEVELAND - As the gavel drops to begin the Republican National Convention here on Monday, the party will be focused on two goals: reintroducing Donald Trump as someone the country could imagine in the Oval Office during dangerous times, and healing the leftover wounds of a brutal primary season.

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WASHINGTON — Donald Trump was angry: A reporter had the gall to suggest that ego was behind his purchase of New York's famed Plaza Hotel.

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Felony arrests Drug Distribution — Conner Scott Olmstead, 22, of Albany. Medford police arrested Olmstead Friday on felony charges of distributing, manufacturing and possessing methamphetamine, and...

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WHITE CITY — Two-time defending champion Albert Gill dominated the IMCA Modified division by leading all 25 laps of the main event at Southern Oregon Speedway Saturday. Gill also won his heat race and the Trophy Dash. He was chased...

Updated at 11:09 PM

Kade Wagner played the role of the Grinch during a “Christmas in July” promotional game for the Medford Rogues on Saturday, striking out 10 in eight solid innings to secure an 8-1 win over Lodi in Great West League baseball action...

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I find it hard to imagine that all of our valued emergency responders simply take the day off en masse every so often. How come the "Emergency Services" list is missing from our newspaper occasionally? — Rich...

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Dan and Kathleen Kornstad were alarmed at the metallic taste of their water, and even their miniature dachshund, Gracie, refused to drink it unless it was first run through a filter. After the Kornstads complained in March about...

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People don't care I write this letter knowing that it probably will not be read by those who need to know how some people felt about their fireworks. Adults and children around us started lighting their fireworks,...

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It was unsettling to learn that replacing puncture-prone oil tank cars used to haul explosive crude on the nation's rail lines could take 15 years under current regulations. The refusal of federal safety officials to investigate last month's...

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Neither the unanimous decision by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague, nor China's rejection of it, was surprising. The timing of it was, however, as serendipitous as China's rejection is ominous. Coming as Republican delegates...

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