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Photos of the Week (12-16-13 to 12-22-13)

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Construction crews have raised more than 1,700 tons of steel and will put down more than 8,000 cubic yards of concrete in building the One West Main building and the Jackson County health services building. - Jamie Lusch
Jefferson Elementary School kindergarten student Naveah Bilyeu hands Thelma Schneider flowers on her 90th birthday during the school's Christmas program. It was also Pajama Day at the school. - Bob Pennell
Children's book author Richard Seidman has written a book about a mouse who wants to play soccer in the World Cup. - Jamie Lusch
Employees and customers are scrambling after Marie Callender's restaurant on Biddle Road was destroyed by a fire Saturday. - Julia Moore
Construction crews have raised more than 1,700 tons of steel and will put down more than 8,000 cubic yards of concrete in building the One West Main building and the Jackson County health services building. - Jamie Lusch
Fire officials say an electrical failure was the cause of a blaze that tore through the Marie Callender's Restaurant & Bakery on Dec. 14. - Bob Pennell
Fog blankets the Rogue Valley on Tuesday. - Julia Moore
Zack Douglas waits for a ride at the Medford airport following a flight from Portland. The weather forced his plane to make a second pass at the runway before landing. - Bob Pennell
Haiden Lewis, 3, of Ashland, shows his enthusiasm for gifts while shopping with Ashland Police Officer Matt Caswell at Walmart in Medford Saturday. - Jamie Lusch
The Marie Callender's fire caused about $2 million in damage to the building and contents inside. Fire officials said the building was constructed in 1984 and was not protected with an automatic sprinkler system. - Bob Pennell
Artists Jeanne Azzopardi, left center, and Theresa Ackerson are flanked by La Baguette owner Merrill Smith and his daughter, Jenika, at Ashland's La Baguette, where their art is displayed. - Bob Pennell
Artist Jade Green lost eight of her original paintings in the fire that destroyed Marie Callender's restaurant Saturday morning. The painting behind her was scheduled to be displayed in the restaurant. - Bob Pennell
Paige Lewis, 5, of Ashland, goofs around with Ashland Police Officer Matt Caswell after her shopping spree at Walmart in Medford Saturday. - Jamie Lusch
Lola Smart helps move some of the 23,000 pounds of food and other goods donated by Sherm's Thunderbird and Food 4 Less Thursday to ACCESS in Medford. ACCESS, which operates food pantries and other programs throughout the county, is in the midst of several holiday drives, including the Food for Hope drive sponsored by the Southern Oregon Media Group. - Julia Moore
Medford airport crews spray de-icing chemicals on an Air Alaska passenger plane Tuesday morning. Fog caused the grounding of all incoming and outgoing flights at the airport Monday night and Tuesday morning. - Bob Pennell