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Art of character

Art of character

By Daniel Newberry
When Herb and Meloney Quady enrolled their 5-year-old daughter, Margo, in the Chip Wright...
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Dressed like stragglers from a sleep-over, the motley group gathered at a Medford yoga studio pays...
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Snowshoeing the crater

Crater Lake National Park is one of our nation's most spectacular works of nature. Thousands of...
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Medicinal mushrooms

A life-long gardener, Braxton Reed starting mucking around a decade ago with a more mysterious...
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