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Carli Lloyd scores three goals in historic win.

Posted at 11:31 PM

Felony arrests Drugs — Justin Paul Sheile, 29, of the 7300 block of Crowfoot Road, Trail. The Jackson County Sheriff's Department on Saturday arrested Sheile on a methamphetamine possession...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Backers of the proposed Grants Pass Sobering Center got some good news Friday in the form of a $500,000 grant approved by the Oregon Legislature.The money will be used to retrofit a 4,700-square-foot warehouse on Southwest Foundry Street...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Record-breaking temperatures have forced organizations throughout the Rogue Valley to devise creative ways to avoid costly cancellations of their outdoor programs this summer.The Rogue Valley YMCA had to move its recent rock climbing...

Posted at 11:01 PM

A bell is once again ringing in the belfry of the 1879 Presbyterian Church on California Street after a nearly 10-year absence.The original bell, purchased by pioneer banker Cornelius Beekman in 1880, was moved to the church’s new...

Posted at 11:01 PM

WIMER — Construction crews next week plan to move into the Evans Creek drainage in preparation for removing the two worst remaining fish-killers in the Rogue River Basin, but they will show up already working under Plan B.A pending...

Posted at 11:01 PM

Horse has left barnGeorge Will is worried that Justice Roberts has "damaged all institutions, not least his court."Sorry George, that horse has left the barn and is well into the next county.When the court...

Posted at 11:01 PM

JACKSONVILLE — A mob of superheroes and fantasy characters will be the stars of this year's Children's Festival at the Britt Festivals Pavilion.Not the likes of Superman or Gandalf, though.

Posted at 11:01 PM

A first-of-its-kind voluntary program that allows enrolled drivers to pay gas taxes on the actual number of miles they drive instead of at the pump is off and running in Oregon.The Oregon Department of...

Posted at 11:01 PM

GOLD HILL — A retired local building inspector, fed up with speeding trucks and careless motorists mowing down his neighbors' pets, has helped push an effort that by month's end should lower speed limits through the center of the...

Posted at 11:01 PM

We are big fans of your Oregon Outdoors section each Friday, and as sometimes fishers, we regularly read the Fishing Report. One thing that's made me wonder for a long time is some of the words chosen in the Ocean Outlook entry. Sometimes...

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