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Photos of the Week (01-27-14 to 02-02-14)

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A large crowd of teachers protest in front of the Medford School District administration offices Monday night while the School Board meets inside in a closed session. - MT file photo
Fuscia Train Wreck, a hybrid strain of marijuana, is sold at Puff's Smoke Shop in Ashland. Owner Mike Welch hopes the shop will among the first licensed medical marijuana dispensaries in Oregon when the law becomes effective. - Julia Moore
Medford Education Association President Cheryl Lashley prepares to pack up her personal books Friday in her third-grade classroom at Howard Elementary School. - Bob Pennell
A penny provides scale for raccoon footprints in the snow at Earth Teach Park. - Jamie Lusch
Joe Kreuzman talks about how to track and recognize animal footprints in the mountains above the Coyote Trails School of Nature off of Dead Indian Memorial Road on Wednesday. - Jamie Lusch
Ella Bloom, 13, of Medford, and Phoebe Larson, 12, of Medford, join a gathering of Medford teachers and supporters as they protest Saturday outside the Rogue Valley Mall. - Jamie Lusch
Student Alex Rudd says she prefers buying textbooks through Amazon, where she can sell them back at a 'decent price.' - Julia Moore
Shirley Patton and Steven Dominguez star in Camelot Theatre's production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning 'Driving Miss Daisy.' The play runs through March 2. Photo courtesy of Steven Sutfin
A member of the Oregon State Police bomb squad checks a large plastic pipe after covering it with sandbags and blowing the end off. - Bob Pennell
Lillie Belle Farms founder and chocolatier Jeff Shepherd plans to celebrate the company's 10th anniversary with special events open to the public. - Jamie Lusch
U.S. Rep. Greg Walden touted the benefits of the House-passed farm bill during a press conference at the Heffner Cattle Co. Friday in Central Point. - Julia Moore
Fourth-graders Sofia Villarreal, left, and Gabi Martinez sing the Louisiana State University fight song during class Friday at Phoenix Elementary School. - Julia Moore
Stacy Page demonstrates the Grasshopper Extractor, which separates THC from pot buds, at the Oregon Medical Marijuana Business Conference at Ashland Springs Hotel on Thursday. - Jamie Lusch
Gabriel Balint, a viticulturist with the Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center, collects soil moisture data at Pebblestone Cellars in Phoenix last spring. The Jackson County Board of Commissioners on Wednesday approved a ballot measure that if approved in May would provide funding to help keep the center open. - MT file photo
Marijuana-based products on display at Mary Jane's Attic. - Bob Pennell
Edgar Winters, a seed farmer from Eagle Point, says he will plant his first hemp crop this spring. The U.S. House recently passed a bill that would allow nine states, including Oregon and California, to use hemp for research and academic purposes. It awaits expected Senate approval. - Jamie Lusch