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Updated at 5:45 AM

Donald Trump's campaign is entering the summer with an alarmingly small amount of financial resources, campaign filings with the Federal Election Commission revealed Monday.

Posted at 4:30 AM

With Jackson County's vacancy rate just above 2 percent, police officers are warning people looking for a place to live to not get taken for a ride by scammers. Last week, members of the Southern Oregon Rental Owners Association reported...

Updated at 11:38 PM

Much like Victorian London, the television industry is a dark, macabre game of...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Extending the life of the Medford Urban Renewal District might offer the best option for financing a second public swimming pool in the city. It's an intriguing idea, if city leaders keep the cost reasonable. The Urban Renewal District was...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Ray Davis, who parlayed the merger of two small community banks in Southern Oregon into a regional powerhouse with offices from the Puget Sound to Los Angeles, is leaving his role as Umpqua Holdings president and CEO Jan. 1. Current Umpqua...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Adapt to wolves The news that a gray wolf known as OR-33 has been tracked to the Grizzly Peak area is promising progress in the return of wolves to Southern Oregon. It is very sad that we know of this because of the loss of...

Posted at 11:01 PM

When it comes to the chaotic, flailing, floundering Trump campaign, many senior Republicans are in a state of panic. Will this become a state of revolt? "If the next few weeks are anything like the last two," a senior GOP official told me,...

Posted at 11:01 PM

To see the new production of “The Winter’s Tale” at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival is to witness two exotic worlds. There is the gray, austere court of paranoid King Leontes, draped in formality and lashed by cold winds.

Posted at 11:01 PM

Why did the city cut down a bunch of the cedar trees at the former Cedar Links Golf Course? — Cathy, Medford This is an easy one, Cathy. Short answer: They died. The 30 or so trees were...

Posted at 11:01 PM

June 21, 1916 HOT LUNCHES AT TALENT SCHOOLS At the annual Talent school meeting held Monday afternoon, Welborn Beeson was retained as director and C. W. Holdridge was again elected clerk. Robert...

Updated at 11:00 PM

The Bachelorette came back from its NBA Finals-induced week off and picked up right where it left...

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