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Medford teacher welcomed at the White House

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Oregon’s 2017 Teacher of the Year from Howard Elementary School in Medford visited the White House Wednesday. Gloria Robertson, a bilingual kindergarten teacher, is representing Oregon during the National Teacher of the Year Program’s “Washington Week.” Robertson, along with …

Honor Flight hub in Grants Pass is closing

Grants Pass, Ore., — “It was really an experience of a lifetime.” Gordon Hoefer and William Isely only spent two years in the Navy during World War II. They didn’t know each other during their times served, but say their paths probably …

Women’s march in Ashland

Ashland, Ore., — Thousands of men, women and children took to the streets of Ashland for a peaceful protest supporting women’s rights. “It’s also about just preserving all of our rights, it’s preserving roe v wade, it’s making sure women and minorities, …

Bipartisanship lives! House passes cancer research bill

Washington, D.C. (CNN) — In a rare bipartisan vote the House of Representatives approved legislation boosting federal research efforts to combat cancer and other diseases, including $1.8 billion in funding for Vice President Joe Biden’s “cancer moonshot” initiative. The “21st Century Cures …

Post-debate politics

Washington, D.C.– After Tuesday’s debate, three Republicans are emerging as top candidates. Two are out campaigning today while the frontrunner hits the airwaves. Donald Trump, Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are topping Republican polls right now. Trump’s now trying to. Donald Trump …