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September 11th, 2001, was one of the darkest days in American history. Yet, years later, its impact and legacy are still being felt across the nation. When the terrorist attacks turned the Twin Towers into crumbling rubble, toxic dust was flung into the air. The air that made Lower Manhattan
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The word “baker acting” is often used in all the United States regions when a person is involuntarily brought to a mental facility when authorities conclude they have a mental illness because of their actions. However, the Baker Act law is a statute found only in Florida under the 1971
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A minor car accident is often overlooked because people believe a polite discussion can resolve it. However, whether it’s just scratched on your vehicle or a minor injury caused by a minor car accident, you should still be prepared for the consequences of your actions. This is the reason why
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A year or so ago, Randy Sparacino retired after nearly 30 years with the Medford Police Department, including serving as its chief. This year, Sparacino walked into his new office in Medford—as the newly elected mayor. During his first weeks in office, the Messenger had a few questions for Medford’s
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We are often advised to be attentive while walking or cycling along the roads mainly because of the numerous potential dangers, which include reckless motorists. Even so, accidents can still happen to anyone. Being struck by a car is, without a doubt, scary and potentially detrimental to your health, more
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Many interesting storylines come in different forms, but there is something strongly satisfying about movies based on real-life events. Now only you’ll understand their feeling but also learn about a captivating tale based on real-life events in the past. Humans have done incredible things, and making a movie about such
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On October 5, several local non-profits banded together to host a Zoom Q&A with some of the candidates running for office in Jackson County. (Archived footage of debate available.) Not surprisingly, much of the discussion focused upon the recent wildfires, as well as how to respond to the lack of
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RVM: Stepping into the mayor’s role right now seems like a very daunting task.  It seems like there is more opportunity for blame than for fame.  Why do it?  JH: Because it hasn’t been done right for years, and blame can only be put on the flawed system that got us here.
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Rogue Valley Messenger: Stepping into the mayor’s role right now seems like a very daunting task. It seems like there is more opportunity for blame than for fame. Why do it? Clay Bearnson: Medford continues to grow and change along with our demographics, and our governing body should accurately reflect the makeup
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With the coronavirus pandemic still raging, continued protests triggered by videos of deadly police choke holds on victims crying out “I can’t breathe”, and forest fires destroying the proverbial lungs of the earth simultaneously, it’s no wonder most of us feel like we are suffocating every time we check the
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