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ASHBURN, Va. — Robert Griffin III on Thursday stood by his latest retort against naysayers and said he has no plans to shut down his social media presence, pointing out that “there are 1.1 million people on Twitter” interested in what he has to say.Griffin regularly rebuffs doubters on Twitter and Facebook, but the Washington Redskins quarterback’s latest words were more defiant than usual.“They doubted in High School ... They doubted a...

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Recipients of food from ACCESS’ network of 25 local food pantries are urged to check the “best by” dates on jars of nut butters received through the food pantries, following a recall notice by distributor nSPIRED Natural...

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SANTA CLARA, Calif. — When the 49ers were getting ready to open their new $1.3 billion stadium, coach Jim Harbaugh compared the team’s new field to the fairways at the famed golf course where the Masters tournament is played. The...

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CORVALLIS — When a football team has an established starting quarterback, the focus turns to the backup spot.With Sean Mannion entrenched as the starter after passing for a Pacific-12 Conference record 4,662 yards with 37...

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Family members of Jim Giancarlo are negotiating the sale of Oregon Cabaret Theatre in the wake of the artistic director's sudden death earlier this month.

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EUGENE — No more rookie excuses for Thomas Tyner.Oregon’s sophomore running back is ready to live up to the expectations that were heaped on him when he joined the Ducks last year.“It’s time to grow...

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Medford City Council on Thursday attempted to smooth over hurt feelings from a failed effort to consolidate Medford Fire-Rescue and Jackson County Fire District No. 3 but still pushed for more cooperation between fire...

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Talent is the second Bee City USA in the country, a title conferred by a national organization working to protect honeybees and other pollinators.

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A 2.5 percent wage hike will be given to 170 Medford employees and will cost the city almost $500,000 during the first year.Despite unanimous approval, some city councilors today expressed concern that the city is headed for a fiscal...

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Ashland Presbyterian servicesGuest minister Rev. Mary Gillespie will lead a service titled "A Stone for a Pillow" at 8 and 10 a.m. Sunday, Aug. 24, at First Presbyterian Church of Ashland, 1615 Clark Ave. Call 541-482-3536...

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