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State COVID-19 cases drop, deaths up

The number of newly diagnosed COVID-19 cases in Oregon dropped to 6,904 cases Tuesday, but new COVID-19-related deaths rose to 41, according to Oregon Health Au...

Moving on, again

MEDFORD — Keeping the doors open at the Jackson County Foster Parent Association warehouse has proven to be an ongoing struggle for the past 15 or so years. Aft...

Jackson County Fair concert lineup released

From a Grammy-winning rapper to a prolific Florida band sometimes dubbed the “Rolling Stones of Country Music,” the Jackson County Fair’s concert lineup, releas...

E-scooters coming soon to Medford

Bird e-scooters will be available in Medford “in the coming days,” according to an update posted Tuesday on the city’s website. Medford City Council approved a ...

From counselor to cop

When Medford police officer Mike Jackson was reading a story to Jackson Elementary School students, he could not help but notice one of them was “hiding” under ...

A heart for young people

Editor's note: Community Builder is a periodic Q&A series providing perspectives from local people who have been involved in significant change in Southe...

Father and son roll up their sleeves

After spending the holidays following the 2020 Almeda fire sleeping in cars and couch surfing before finding a temporary rental, Phoenix High School junior Adan...

RG the Cat Guy dusts off a memory

We’d had a run of pleasant days — buds were poking their noses out, mallards were pairing off to do what mallards do, and the urge to get to decluttering projec...

Council green-lights sports park

The Medford City Council has approved a “guaranteed maximum price” for a new sports park and two indoor pools. With Thursday night’s approval in place, Pence Co...

Jackson County reports 661 COVID-19 cases

Jackson County reported 661 new COVID-19 cases Friday and six more COVID-19-related deaths. The Oregon Health Authority reported 10,947 cases Friday, a new reco...