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Haines-278: Suspected Safe Crackers

Three suspects were detained in the robbery of the Ashland Post office.

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Haines-289: Home Invation

The home of D. Wilson burglarized. Sheriff Taylor and sheriff McVey apprehended a suspect.

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Haines-29: Destructive fire in Jacksonville

Planer mill of David Linn and various other structures burned

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Haines-290: A Clever Forger

A clever forger has hit town. The reverend F. G. Strange was a victim.

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Haines-299: Inquest Held in the Beers

Deeper investigation into the case of Stephen Beers

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Haines-298: Held on Murder Charge

Stephen Beers held over on charge of murder of his brother John

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Haines-297: A Deputy U. S. Marshal

Drunk and disorderly in Central Point.

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Haines-296: A Very Bold Forger

O. H. Blount's store and the store of Vaupel, Norris and Drake both hit by a forger

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Haines-295: Traveling Salesman

A salesman named Williams has hit town, claiming to represent C. E. Whitney and Co. of San Francisco.

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Haines-294: Held for Assault

J. H. Martin held for assault

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Haines-293: Assault charges

Constable S. D. Taylor arrested a man named Linn on charges against the son of Jacob Stone

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Haines-292: Grifter Rearrested

J. H. Tantum released then rearrested on charged of forgery.

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Haines-291: Another Grifter strikes

J. H. Tantum suspected of forgery

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The Cyclical Life of SOU. Where Past Meets Present, Page 24

History of Southern Oregon University. Reverend Joseph Skidmore, Dr Elmo Stevenson both referenced.

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Rogue Community College. Where Past Meets Present, Page 14

Rogue Community College spanning Josephine and Jackson counties

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Rogue Valley International Medford Airport. Where Past Meets Present, Page 17

Progression frpmNewell Barber Field started in 1922 to the present airport.

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The Architects Who changed the Towns. Where Past Meets Present, Page 21

Architects Arthur Week, William J. Bennet, Frank C. Clark and Robert Keeney all lived and woerked in Medford and the Rogue Valley

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The Rebuilding of Medford's Downtown. Where Past Meets Present, Page 27

Medford Urban Renewal and Lithia Motors work to renovate Medford.

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The Orchard Boom and Bust. Where Past Meets Present, Page 11

Development of the orchard industry in Medford and the Rogue valley

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Interstate 5 (I5). Where Past Meets Present, Page 7

History of the development of interstate 5 through Oregon

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The Early Days of Cars in the Valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 3

The first cars in the valley. Elmer Elwood, Albert Allen, William Hodson and Randolph Collier

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Hellgate Jetboat Excursions. Where Past Meets Present, Page 359

Started in 1961 by Grant Garcia the business has become the largest Jetboat Excursion in southern Oregon.

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Lost Creek Lake (and Jess Dam). Where Past Meets Present, Page 198

History of the "Rogue Basin Flood Control and Water Resources Association" and the development of Lost Creek Lake,

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Edison Marshall. Where Past Meets Present, Page 274

The life and times of Edison Marshall

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Jacksonville. Where Past Meets Present, Page 391

John R. Poole and James Cluggage were the original founders of "Table Rock City" now known as Jacksonville.

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The Redwood Highway. Where Past Meets Present, Page 31

Development of a highway between Grantspass Oregon and Crescent City California

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The Water Systems of Medford. Where Past Meets Present, Page 34

History of Medford's water from Bear Creek, then Fish Lake then Big Butte Springs. Medford Water Commission, Rogue River Robert A. Duff treatment plant

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James Collier: The Patron of the Performing Arts. Where Past Meets Present, Page 293

James Morrison Collier is a noted supporter of the arts.

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Medford's NIKE Connection: Bill Bowerman. Where Past Meets Present, Page 242

Legendary track coach and co founder of NIKE corporation

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Dick Fosbury's Ground-Breaking Flop. Where Past Meets Present, Page 239

Dick Fosbury creator of the "Fosbury Flop"

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Danny Miles: Winning Coach in Basketball and life. Where Past Meets Present, Page 236

A most successful coach - in basketball and life

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Chandler Egan: Medford's Famous Golfer and Course Designer. Where Past Meets Present, Page 233

Chandler Egan amateur golfer extrodinary, course designer and orchardist

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Andy Maurer: Football Star and Coach from a Tiny Town. Where Past Meets Present, Page 231

The life and times of Andy Maurer. From small town athlete to fine community leader.

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The Rise and Fall of Gold Ray Dam. Where Past Meets Present, Page 226

The rise and fall of the Gold Ray Dam.

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Willie Illingworth's Driftboats. Where Past Meets Present, Page 224

Illingworth was the original designer of the aluminum drift boat.

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The Mean, Stream Machine. Where Past Meets Present, Page 221

From an idea brought about by three friends to a 3 million dollar a year business.

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Glen Wooldridge: The Rogue's Premier Guide. Where Past Meets Present, Page 219

Glen Wooldridge pioneer of the Rogue River

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The Rogue River. Where Past Meets Present, Page 215

The Rogue River traverses 215 miles From the head waters of Crater Lake to the Pacific Ocean.

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Ralph Wehinger: A True Visionary. Where Past Meets Present, Page 210

Dr Ralph Wehinger from chiropractor to entrepreneur.

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Robby Collins: Saving Jacksonville and the World. Where Past Meets Present, Page 208

Started his career as a historic preservationist in Jacksonville and then spread to the world.

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Glenn Jackson "Mr. Oregon". Where Past Meets Present, Page 205

Glenn L. Jackson frequently referred to as the "most powerful man in Oregon"

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Rogue Valley Country Club. Where Past Meets Present, Page 245

RVCC from an ilconcieved idea to a well established country club.

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Southern Oregon's John Day: Larger than Life. Where Past Meets Present, Page 248

Local Rancher / world athlele

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Camelot Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 290

Camelot theatre has grown from a converted "feed store" to one of the valleys top performing arts venues.

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The Craterian. Where Past Meets Present, Page 287

Craterian theatre: Medford's first "Movie Palace"

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The Holly Theatre. Where Past Meets Present, Page 284

The Holly theatre built in 1930 was one of the pre-eminent theatres in Medford.

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Eugene Bennett: Noted Southern Oregon Artist. Where Past Meets Present, Page 281

Eugene Bennett long regarded as the foremost artist in southern Oregon.

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Pinto Colvig: Bozo the Clown (and more). Where Past Meets Present, Page 278

Vance "Pinto" Colvig was a local personality that went on to work for Walt Disney.

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The Grange Co-op. Where Past Meets Present, Page 92

From its humble beginnings with ninty nine members to a large and diversified corporation.

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Dorland Robinson: The Talented, Young Artist. Where Past Meets Present, Page 271

Miss Robinson is known as a prodigy who accomplished so much in a very short life.

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