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Padilla, who began bowling at age 7 at Medford Lanes in junior-adult leagues, has been involved in the sport for 40 years, competing in local leagues and state and national tournaments. Comment?
Medford School Board incumbents Tricia Prendergast and Jeff Thomas are retaining their spots on the board, according to the most recent unofficial results available, released at midnight Tuesday. Comment?
The suspect in a Central Point 7-Eleven armed robbery in March died Monday after apparently hanging himself while incarcerated in the Jackson County Jail, officials said. Comment?
Ashland is waging a campaign against auto speeders, and many Medfordites have been forced to contribute to the Granite City treasury. Comment?
Marc Robert Edwards, 37, no known address. Central Point police Wednesday arrested Edwards on charges of attempting to elude police in a vehicle, delivery of methamphetamine, possession of methamphetamine, manufacture of methamphetamine and attempting to elude police on foot. Comment?
Please, please, please help. I have tried everything to keep raccoons from using the kitty door to eat my cats' food in the garage. Comment?
A lively food-cart scene in downtown Medford could evolve into a smorgasbord of cheap eats for hungry workers and students. Comment?
Jackson County's real estate rally has picked up steam the past three years, driven by attractive interest rates and dwindling inventory. Comment?
RECAP: North Medford junior Brett Pearson goes 3-for-3 with one run and one RBI but Southridge strikes early to put the Black Tornado on its heels and upset the Southern Oregon Hybrid champions. Comment?
Medford officials plan to connect a quarter-mile missing section of Holly Street from Holmes Avenue to Garfield Street at a cost of up to $2 million this summer. Comment?
Guitarist Christian Warren will host an open mic session at 9 p.m. Tuesdays at the Rocky-Tonk Grill & Saloon, 333 E. Main St., Medford. Comment?
Blues vocalist Cee Cee James and harpist Phil Newton of Broadway Phil and the Shouters will host the Ashland Blues Society's open jam at 6:30 p.m. tonight, May 21, at Howiee's, 16 N. Front St., Medford. Comment?
I was driving along the highway near Valley of the Rogue State Park recently looking at the railroad tracks. Comment?
Even with a low 17 percent voter turnout, results from Tuesday's regular district election may have a huge impact on the future employment of Medford School District Superintendent Phil Long. Comment?
With smiling faces befitting a franchise that has yet to lose a single game and seems to unveil a new present each day, the Medford Rogues talked openly Tuesday about their optimistic hopes for a baseball season that begins in just nine days at Harry & David Field. Comment?
RECAP: Senior Maryssa Becker pitches a five-inning no-hitter with nine strikeouts and North Medford uses a five-run fifth inning to invoke the 10-run mercy rule. Comment?
National chain Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar, which specializes in chicken wings, plans to open a restaurant in Medford later this year in the Delta Center between Crater Lake Highway and the Medford airport. Comment?
For the first time in four-and-a-half years, Jackson County's seasonally adjusted jobless rate dipped below double digits in April. Comment?
The housing industry has regained its footing. Builders of homes and the folks who sell them have plenty to say about their revived industries. Comment?
You know those tiny black ants, the ones that sometimes get into your house? Well, one morning I was half asleep and made myself a bowl of cereal, sat down and started eating. Comment?