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Oregon & Washington Real Estate. Search for new homes, home rentals, foreclosure and homes for sale in OR. Search for Oregon & Washington Real Estate with ease at OregonLive.com. Visit us at OregonLive.com and browse through our local Oregon & Washington real estate listings. OregonLive.com is Oregon & Washington's best local real estate site. [Read More]
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Emily Evans accounted for two-thirds of the Alaska Nanooks women's basketball team 3-point baskets against Western Oregon University during Saturday afternoon's Great Northwest Athletic Conference game in the... [Read More]
North Bend's swim teams dominated the eight-school Madras White Buffalo Classic on Saturday. [Read More]
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AFC Divisional Playoff Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots: Preview and Prediction The Patriots have played in six successive AFC championship games, and it will be a tough task for the Tennessee Titans to prevent New England from reaching a seventh. From then on, New England unleashed hell.The Patriots' quarterback Tom Brady showed he stands above all.Quarterback Marcus Mariota was the beneficiary of a couple of dubious calls last week but did make some... [Read More]
The Midwest was no match for Southern Oregon University on Saturday at the Hastings Bronco Duals, where the Raiders stormed past four opponents with 17 wins by fall to improve to 9-2.By the end of the afternoon, No. 13 SOU defeated Doane (Neb.), 44-12; Northwestern (Iowa), 36-9; York (Neb.), 45-12; and Wayland Baptist (Texas), 49-3. The Raiders notched bonus-point victories in 23 of 34 contests overall (not including six matches their opponents forfeited) and lost just... [Read More]
Crater settled for a fifth-place tie with Redmond in the 5A championship bracket and North Medford placed sixth in the 6A championship bracket to wrap up Day 2 of the Oregon Classic on Saturday.The Comets were knocked from title contention in the quarterfinals when they tied Sandy, 42-42, but lost on a tiebreaker to fall into the consolation semifinals. In Crater's next match, it easily dispatched Hermiston 61-18 to set the stage for a matchup with Redmond that was not... [Read More]
North Medford proved steady in the water all day for the boys and girls swim meets to sweep Saturday's action at the Henley Freeze.The Black Tornado boys finished with 221 points to edge Klamath Union (195), while North Medford's girls steam scored 201 points to topple Henley (184). St. Mary's finished third in the girls meet and Phoenix fourth, while the Crusader boys were fourth overall.North Medford's 200 medley relay squad of Parker Perez,... [Read More]
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January 6, 2018 On June 28, 1965 Ann and Edgar Woods welcomed their beautiful baby girl, Susan, into the world. Susan was born in Eugene, Oregon. She grew up with her siblings Edgar Woods and Pam Miller, whom she remained close to and loved dearly. The greatest accomplishment of her life are her four beautiful children, whom in turn provided her with seven beautiful grandchildren. She was a wonderful mother, grammy, and positive influence in the lives of many other children,... [Read More]
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December 27, 2017 Leo, 82, passed away peacefully, December 27, 2017 at Providence Medford Medical Center in Medford, Oregon, with his family at his side. He was born in Murdo, South Dakota to Lewis Theodore and Frances Mary (Jahnel) Rademacher. He grew up in Hot Springs, S.D., then moved to Boulder, Colo. around 1950-51 where he went to high school, graduating in 1954. Leo joined the Naval Reserve in February 1955, and was called to active duty from February 1957 to... [Read More]
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January 3, 2018 Colonel Doug Gardiner was born July 12, 1916 to Murray Starr and Belle Marsh Gardiner in Idaville, Indiana. His long and productive life ended January 3, 2018. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1939 and was a member of the Chi Phi fraternity. After graduation, his first job was working for a small utility company in Susanville, California. He transferred to help with rural electrification from Bend, Oregon to Baker City. He later worked... [Read More]
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December 25, 2017 Ashland native Gregg Lininger passed away at Asante Ashland Community Hospital on Christmas Day, his family by his side, his life well lived. Gregg was born in the old Ashland Hospital June 17, 1935, the first child of Maurece and Earl Lininger. He enjoyed an early life surrounded by loving aunts, uncles, and two sets of grandparents all living in Ashland. He attended Washington Elementary School (later Briscoe), Lincoln Elementary School, and Ashland Junior... [Read More]
December 20, 2017 Tom Miller was a fire captain, a sailor, a lifeguard, a woodworker, a rockhound, and an all-around Renaissance man. But, more notable than what Tom did, was who the man, Tom, was. With intelligence, clarity, creativity, and just a pinch of wildness, Tom Miller interacted with the world. His amazing fortitude and resilience followed him throughout his life. Easily loved and deeply respected, Tom lived his life carving out new experiences, curiously... [Read More]
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December 16, 2017 Susan Carol Schilling lived her life full of vitality and joy for the many treasures of being alive. She was 72 when a sudden and aggressive cancer appeared in what would be her last month of life. We shared sad goodbyes during her final gathering of loved ones before she passed peacefully December 16, 2017. Her love for many friends and family remains in our hearts. Shortly before her passing Sue said, "I've been thinking hard about what this whole... [Read More]
December 30, 2017 Sara Prinslow-White passed away December 30, 2017 on Meadows Road in White City, Oregon due to a car accident. She was 25. She was born December 11, 1992 in Yuma, Arizona to parents Mike and Terrie Prinslow. Sarah attended Rogue Community College after receiving her GED. Sarah worked in various motels in the Rogue Valley as a housekeeper. She married Tracy White December 16, 2017. Sarah is survived by her children, Rilynn AnnMarie Todnem and Tanner David... [Read More]
Teddy is absent from the body, present with the Lord, leaving behind on December 23 his parents, Tom and Marilyn Arthur; his sister, Grace Andrews, her husband, Zach Andrews, and their sons, Eli, Rowan, and Judah; and aunts and uncles, Jill, Susan, Mike, Teri, and families. He was 41, attended Trinity Presbyterian Church, and enjoyed the activities of Joni and Friends, a ministry for the disabled. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his memory S.O. Joni and Friends, online at... [Read More]
Bryce D. Rutledge, 79, of Medford, passed away December 28, 2017 at his residence. Arrangements Rogue Valley Cremation Service, 541-200-9989. [Read More]
The 98-year-old League of Women Voters of the United States has advocated since the early 1990s our position on increasing access to health insurance for U.S. residents. Our aim is ultimately for national health insurance funded and shared by all taxpayers. As a result, we support Oregon's Revised Statute 414.018, which states: "It is the intention of the Legislative Assembly to achieve the goals of universal access to an adequate level of high quality health care at an affordable... [Read More]
Twenty-three years ago, I arrived at the Wall Street Journal's Washington bureau as a congressional reporter at about the same time as a scruffy and perpetually untucked fellow named Glenn Simpson.I've been friends with "Shaggy," as I dubbed him, ever since. Over the years, I've watched him make mischief: exposing the Clintons' campaign finance abuses, including the "Chinagate" scandal of 1996; scoring a key scoop in the Clinton travel office scandal; bedeviling Clinton financier Terry... [Read More]
Sen. Jeff Merkley has publicly opposed the proposed Jordan Cove Liquified Natural Gas export terminal. He claims that Jordan Cove would be the "biggest" greenhouse gas emitter in the state, and that burning natural gas shipped from Jordan Cove will pollute as much as burning coal.I was one of the first people in the United States to testify against the air pollution from an LNG export terminal. In 2011, I spoke at a hearing in Cameron Parish, Louisiana, against the Cheniere LNG... [Read More]
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The Jordan Cove fracked gas export terminal and Pacific Connector pipeline would be a climate disaster for Oregon. New research documents why we all should be concerned about the proposed facility by a Canadian company, Pembina.We have known for a long time that the proposed project would build a 229-mile pipeline over private and public land. It will dig through nearly 400 waterways and tunnel under five major rivers. Many of these waterways are home to salmon and steelhead. Plus, the terminal... [Read More]
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