Law 27-B of Journalism is that you never, ever call anything the first, biggest, oldest, longest or most of anything, ever.
"What's in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet."
What is believed to be Jackson County's oldest stone gravemarker overlooks Emigrant Lake and contains the remains of a 19-year-old man killed in the Rogue Indian War of 1853.
Dr. Danna Catt loves nothing better than curling up with one of her five purring felines.
Built in 1910 on Nugget Butte in Gold Hill, Hanby Middle School has the distinction of being Jackson County's oldest surviving, continuously operating public institution of learning.
Patients have more holistic ways to heal in Ashland Community Hospital's second century of medicine.
The Rogue Valley Family YMCA in Medford created quite a splash when it opened a $1.8 million aquatic center containing Jackson County's largest indoor swimming pool in June 1993.
For one of the most extreme places in Oregon, we turn northeast to Crater Lake.
We love the Rogue Valley for its mostly mild climate, but that doesn't mean we haven't seen extreme weather.
Winter in Southern Oregon can be full of surprises, and sometimes the surprise is a devastating flood.
Our Valley: Inventions and Innovations
Our Valley: Our Virtual Valley
Our Valley: Who Does That? Odd jobs in the Rogue Valley.
2007's edition of Our Valley, subtitled "Now You Know," is dedicated to those pesky little questions which nag at you for years.