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Photos of the Week (04-21-14 to 04-27-14)

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White Mountain Middle School students built this house for their Vietnam entry in Cardboard City on Saturday. - Julia Moore
The Rogue Valley has about 6,000 acres of pear orchards; Harry & David alone has 1,700 acres. - Julia Moore
Cappuccino made by coffee students at Noble Coffee. - Bob Pennell
Sparrow Club child Izabell Rodriguez, who was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia last year, was one of the recipients of a Community 101 grant presented by McLoughlin Middle School students during a school assembly Friday. - Julia Moore
Bruce Schulz of Sams Valley has Roundup-ready alfalfa in the left side of the photo and regular alfalfa growing in the right side. He says the yield of the genetically modified alfalfa is about double that of the regular alfalfa. If a GMO ban passes in Jackson County, Schulz will have to uproot it. - Bob Pennell
Ashland Emergency Food Bank volunteer Pat O'Scannell loads a box of food to be delivered as part of a new program to reach home-bound clients. - Jamie Lusch
David Eisenberg as Senex, Jon Oles as Pseudolus, Michael J. Serface as Hysterium and Brad Zentgraf as Marcus Lycus perform a scene from 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum.' - Bob Pennell
Calle Guanajuato which runs along Ashland Creek behind the Plaza was torn apart last fall for a repaving project that's nearing completion. - Bob Pennell
Ascension Lutheran Church youth group members, from left, Darbi Sumption, 13, Molly Bradley, 13, and Jolisa Cruz, 12, play in part of the Madagascar home they built during Cardboard City Saturday at Rogue Valley Habitat for Humanity in Medford. - Julia Moore
Marina Pecoraro, an employee of Standing Stone Brewery, rides with co-workers down North Main Street near its intersection with Hersey Street in Ashland on Tuesday. North Mainís new bicycle lanes helped Ashland earn a gold standing from the League of American Bicyclists. - Jamie Lusch
Devon Rickabaugh is the superintendent of Grace Christian Schools and Cascade High School. - Bob Pennell
A young pear tree blooms in an orchard off Payne Road in Medford on Wednesday. - Julia Moore
Juveniles remove graffiti in a photo provided by the Medford Police Department.
Lithia Honda and several other Lithia dealerships will move to into new facilities on Highway 62. Lithia salesman Mark Ness walks along a row of Hondas on the downtown Medford car lot. - Bob Pennell
Richard Spink, of Klamath Falls, lands a rainbow trout at Willow Lake Friday. - Jamie Lusch
Apparent gang graffiti lines the Fern Valley Road bike path underpass in Phoenix. Many of the adults surveyed by the Jackson County Gang Task Force listed increased graffiti and vandalism as a consequence of gang activity. - MT file photo
Juston Menteer, with the Medford Water Commission, works Friday on a fence being installed at Willow Lake near Butte Falls. - Jamie Lusch
Grants Pass middle-schooler Makhala Caldwell hopes to bring home a championship at the National Archery in the Schools Program competition May 9-10 in Louisville, Kentucky. - Jamie Lusch