Have you ever been convinced that there is an evil genius who rigs the traffic lights of Medford to stop the maximum number of motorists for the maximum amount of time? Well, sure. But don't you want to know more?
When high visibility is your shield, it pays to wear a turkey on your head.
While jabs and insults are rare, Linda Fait admits she's been given the occasional guilt trip as she tickets an improperly parked car in downtown Ashland.
Jerry Yowman loves the auto transport business. He started when he was 14 and has been at it since, except for a year when he tried a job indoors and found doing the same thing every day wasn't for him.
In the who-knew-a-job-like-that-existed category, Paula Hoffmann might just take top billing.
Sitting there at a red light in a busy Medford intersection, how long would you say it takes to cycle through all the red, amber, green and left-turn lights till it gets back around to your turn?
While most artists view their work as a permanent contribution to the world — perhaps to be regarded for decades or centuries to come — some of Cathy Gallatin's work is washed away in just a few weeks or months.
For most artists, public display is the ultimate reward. But for stained-glass restoration artists Tim and Dal Yockey of Ashland, leaving little evidence of their work is often the goal.