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Big steps for KidTime museum

A million-dollar infusion for Medford’s KidTime Children’s Museum will offer some desperately needed capacity with an outdoor classroom space for the benefit of...

Socks’ feat: Scamming neighbors for food

In lieu of her cat, Socks, having even the slightest semblance of shame or standards pertaining to stranger danger, Eagle Point resident Shania Jordan was recen...

Flavor Faves

A vast and varied assortment of barbecue shacks, food trucks and other eateries have cropped up and even flourished locally despite two years of pandemic drudge...

Bison in the trees

Offering up quality cuts of the same protein that sus-tained early settlers, Bison Junction in Shady Cove garnered an imme-diate following when the store opened...

Good times, good food

An unbridled passion for well-made, delicious food and fun gatherings has set the tone for much of Melynda Cordes’s 54 years’ worth of dinners, brunches and ba...

Makers fair makes a splash

CENTRAL POINT — This year’s Made in Southern Oregon makers fair — a street fair highlighting local makers from metal workers and soap crafters to woodworkers an...

Honoring the ‘Greatest’

A labor of love for Navy veteran and Central Point resident Terry Haines, the presentation of “Greatest Generation” medallions Monday at the Rogue Valley Manor ...

Poppy finishes her ‘bucket list’

A white boxer who tugged on heartstrings around the Rogue Valley in recent weeks, known for her kind eyes and penchant for giving excessive kisses to whomever s...

‘Take A Plant, Leaf A Plant’

A green thumb who already enjoyed sharing her love of plants on social media, Phoenix resident Christina Whittington decided to add some “real life” appeal to h...

A century-old discovery

With a little help from man’s best friend, 11-year-old Mason Robinson unearthed a century-old war medal from the yard at his home in east Medford. The discovery...

Bucket-list dog

Hospice status be darned, a boxer named Poppy is being given her last and best chance to live the life of doggy dreams for her final days on Earth. Poppy was pu...

‘Do you take this cake ...’

A moment of therapeutic comic relief — after coming to grips with a wedding day cake debacle — landed new bride Sara Van Ess a spot on the Yahoo News home page ...

Judging a bawk by its cover

A far cry from her first few weeks of life — hatched in a loud factory and then crammed inside a dirty cage to await death by ritual sacrifice — a one-eyed Corn...

Red Cross blood drives begin Friday

Regional Red Cross officials are hopeful that a trio of blood drives in the Rogue Valley this month will help meet hospital demand as well as lure back past vol...

Ashland rallies behind SOU professor

ASHLAND — Local people and businesses are rallying behind Southern Oregon University instructor and local music promoter Dee Fretwell as she heads to Arizona Ap...

99 Lives: An Almeda fire survivor’s tale

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct a factual error. One of the more heart-wrenching animal tales to emerge from the flames of the devast...

Central Point loses a ‘staple’ business

After nearly four decades of running their downtown print shop at the corner of East Pine and Third streets, Print Quick owners Jan and Rick Bettenburg are trad...