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Photos of the Week (02-17-14 to 02-23-14)

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Cascade Christian senior swimmer Breanna Sapienza. - Bob Pennell
Southern Oregon University Strategic Social Media students Katrina Donohue left, Audrey Sigel and Kalii Robinson look over the class-created virtual LinkedIn community. - Bob Pennell
Teachers and supporters of the Medford School District strike lined the intersection of McAndrews and Biddle Road Thursday afternoon. - Bob Pennell
Rogue Valley Adventist senior Caleb Allen. - Jamie Lusch
Hailey Ordal, 16, has started a support group for youth with Type 1 diabetes. - Jamie Lusch
South Medford student Matt Oakes, 17, performs a trick Saturday afternoon at the Medford skate park. Oakes said he's happy schools will start returning to normal this week. - Julia Moore
North Medford High School students, from left, Christian Carlson, Madison Miller, Lars Vanderdoes, Jarred Rider and Jacob Gooding hang out in front of the school Thursday morning after they and other students walked out of class in frustration over the lack of a settlement in the teacher's strike. - Bob Pennell
At least two Jackson County merchants - a Jacksonville coffeehouse and a Greensprings bed and breakfast - are accepting Bitcoin, a digital currency growing in popularity. - Bob Pennell illustration
Psychologist David Oas, of Ashland, demonstrates an exercise that is incorporated into his free online test that screens for memory loss. - Jamie Lusch
Andre Bilodeau and his Chihuahua, Domino, stop to watch the crew tearing down the fire-damaged Marie Callender's restaurant. - Bob Pennell
An Andean Condor spreads his wings while flying to his trainer, Joe Krathohl, at the Jackson County Expo on Thursday. - Jamie Lusch
'We have a merchant account that allows us to convert to U.S. dollars,' says James Collins, owner of Stim Coffee in Jacksonville, which accepts Bitcoin. 'It goes into our account, minus a transaction fee, which is much less than for credit cards.'
North Medford's Aaron Browne-Moore talks to basketball teams from North and South Medford high schools Wednesday as the players came together to urge district officials and teachers to reach a settlement. - Jamie Lusch
Susan Adams attends a Medford Police Advisory Committee hearing at Medford City Hall Wednesday with her therapy dog, Daisy. Pit-bull owners and others said the city should not enact a breed-specific law targeting pit bulls. - Jamie Lusch
Medford School District Superintendent Phil Long meets with members of the School Board bargaining committee at the Rogue Regency Inn on Tuesday afternoon. - Bob Pennell
Following settlement of the Medford teachers strike Friday, the Rogue Regency Inn filled with smiling educators, including, from left, Jefferson Elementary teacher Bridget McMillen, school board member Larry Nicholson, Medford School District Superintendent Phil Long, board member Sally Killen and district human resources director Karen Herwig. - Bob Pennell
The Medford restaurant Marie Callender's is being torn down after a blaze destroyed the Restaurant & Bakery Dec. 14.Fire officials said the building, constructed in 1984, was not protected with an automatic sprinkler system. Marie Callender's opened in 1993. The building housed the Wild Plum restaurant in the years before. - Bob Pennell
Hailey holds her medical tools for her Type 1 diabetes. - Jamie Lusch