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Grants available for foster youth

Like many people, Phoenix Ramirez had a rough 2020 and a not-much-better 2021. The 21-year-old Southern Oregon University senior lost his main source of income ...

A school that feels more like camp

TALENT — Long ago, bogged down by the emptiness of severe boredom, the goddess of food looked down upon Japan from Mount Olympus and spied a man sitting alone i...

‘E’ is for enrichment

CENTRAL POINT — The laser printer came all the way up to their shoulders, so the six girls and one boy had to crowd in close to watch through a protective glass...

Getting their wings

Rob Merriman has always viewed airplanes – what they do and how they do it – as a little bit magical. The public relations officer and chief flight instructor f...

NMHS enjoys SkillsUSA haul

Piper Messer wasn’t exactly brimming with confidence after completing her architectural drafting challenge for the SkillsUSA National competition, so when she r...

Champion gets a raise

The Medford School Board has praised Superintendent Bret Champion’s leadership throughout the pandemic, and now it has awarded him another stamp of approval in ...

SOU hosts Creativity Conference

The third annual Creativity Conference at Southern Oregon University began its four-day run Thursday as 170 presenters, including 46 from outside the United Sta...

The ExoHand man can

Growing up in a family that couldn’t afford to hire a mechanic every time their car broke down, Cesar Navarrete learned from an early age how to fix things. Now...

Kids Unlimited to go year round

Kids Unlimited Academy is about to become a trailblazer of sorts and a lab rat, too, in the world of Oregon education as the Medford-based charter school is pre...

RCC president to retire

Rogue Community College President Cathy Kemper-Pelle announced Tuesday that she plans to retire at the end of June 2022. She became RCC’s sixth president July 1...

SOU taps micro-credential market

It’s a tough world out there for postsecondary schools like Southern Oregon University and Rogue Community College, whose reliance on state funding and tuition ...