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Photos of the Week (04-14-14 to 04-20-14)

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From left, first-graders Rodrigo Cruz, Emily Anderson and Astrid Rivas pick out fruits and vegetables at the salad bar. - Julia Moore
Bourne Huddleston, 45, who was on trial for killing his wife in 2012 reacts as jurors reach a guilty verdict. - Jamie Lusch
Crater High School student Shelby Allensworth, 17, looks through a packet sent to her from Donate Life Northwest Wednesday outside her Central Point home. - Julia Moore
Alan Marion holds the 1940 postcard on Monday at the Jackson County Genealogy Library in Medford. The front of the card shows a picture of a ship, and the back contains a short message from a sender known only as 'Blanche.' - Julia Moore
Justin Rosas and Dana Pabst, shown at Bear Creek Park on Tuesday, are among the local runners who ran in last year's Boston Marathon and will return to run it again Monday. - Jamie Lusch
Denise and Dwight Esselstyn, parents of Kristy Huddleston, embrace Thursday after the sentencing of Bourne Huddleston for the 2012 murder of their daughter. - Jamie Lusch
Michael Logue, a marine surveyor who lives in Phoenix, helped oversee a project that moved an 8-million-pound machine across 22 miles of northwestern New Mexico. - Jamie Lusch
Harry Tinnin of Medford picks up a HD cable box from Charter Wednesday. Tinnin believes the upgrade is Charter's way of gouging the public. - Jamie Lusch
John Cosentino, 18, of Central Point, fishes at the Kenneth Denman Wildlife Area on Tuesday. A parking program meant to add dollars from non-hunters into wildlife areas has yet to pay for any improvements at Denman or 10 other wildlife areas added to the program. - Jamie Lusch
Tom Vedder stains the soffits on Laura Lawrence's Ashland home. Lawrence may take advantage of a $100 city incentive to install an electric vehicle charging station as part of her efforts to go as green as possible. - Bob Pennell
Bourne Huddleston, 45, testifies in Jackson County Circuit Court on Tuesday during his trial on charges that he killed his wife in 2012. Huddleston claims Kristy Huddleston took her own life. Closing arguments in the trial ended Tuesday; jury deliberations were set to begin this morning. - Jamie Lusch
Patty Groth, chef and owner of Morning Glory, says she wants to travel and finish a cookbook she's been working on for years. - Julia Moore
Students in a Siskiyou Field Institute class leave TouVelle State Park to study changes in Rogue River ecology since two dams were removed. SFI is just one of many groups that teach people about the outdoors in Southern Oregon. - Julia Moore
Margaret Van Vliet, director of Oregon Housing and Community Services, cuts the ribbon during an opening ceremony Cherry Creek Apartments Thursday. - Jamie Lusch
Corey Hartgrave won the wheelchair division of the Pear Blossom 10-mile run last Saturday, and he plans to ride his handcycle in the annual 200-mile Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic in July. - Jamie Lusch
Darleen Anderson, a survivor of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks in New York City, was one of the first people to move into the new Cherry Creek Apartments on Spring Street in east Medford. - Jamie Lusch