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OXNARD, Calif. — Barely a week removed from hip replacement surgery, Jerry Jones eased into a chair for the training camp tradition he didn't want to miss: the Dallas owner's annual overview of the Cowboys.Just a few minutes later on the eve of the first camp workout, Jones was going on about how the defending NFC East champions seem to have a little bounce in their step.Coincidence? Maybe not, considering how eager Jones was to show reporters how close he is to walking...

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Without pursuing a coveted slot on a new CNBC series profiling inventors and their entrepreneurial efforts, GlideCycle developer David Vidmar found himself in select company."Make Me a Millionaire Inventor" debuts Wednesday, Aug. 12, on...

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Southern Oregon University has been named a finalist in the Climate Leadership Competition, one of 12 universities in the nation and the only one in Oregon.The competition is being held by Second Nature, a national nonprofit that promotes...

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Gov. Kate Brown has ordered state agencies to start now to reduce their water consumption, with the goal of a 15 percent reduction by 2020. This is not an academic exercise.Oregon has fared better than California in this drought-plagued...

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I know this has been a hot summer, but just for the record, what's the hottest temperature ever recorded in Medford? And the hottest spell of continuous 100-degree-plus days? And the year with most days over 100 degrees? Here's hoping we...

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July 30, 191510,000 APPLAUD WM. J. BRYAN'S PLEA FOR PEACEPleading for world peace and for machinery for the perpetuation of peace instead of war, vehemently arraigning the jingo press and the "bucket-of-blood"...

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Diners don’t consult the menu at Frau Kemmling Schoolhaus Brewhaus for the provenance of its produce.Instead, they look out the establishment’s front door, toward a 6-foot-high, deer-proof fence, to see the source of its...

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Poor judgmentObama used very poor judgment in the agreement with Iran.As a result, Iran will have billions of dollars to continue being the world's biggest supporter of terrorism. Saudi Arabia, Egypt and...

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Who's afraid of big, bad Ted Cruz?Not Lamar Alexander. The Tennessee Republican went on the Senate floor to accuse his fellow Republican of proposing actions that would "render ourselves lawless" and cause "chaos." Alexander reminded the...

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It came two days after the announcement of the nuclear agreement with Iran, yet little mention was made on July 16 of the 70th anniversary of the first nuclear explosion, near Alamogordo, N.M. The anniversary underscored that the agreement...

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Changing attitudes from indifference to action is at the heart of the 25th anniversary celebration in Boston of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). In the case of June Scott of Canton, Massachusetts, her child’s affliction...

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