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Stories for May 11, 2011
The obsession with budget cutting can be particularly harmful to job creation in areas already suffering from a bleak economy. Native communities, some of which fall into that category, may have their own opportunities to work around a constrictive federal policy.READ MORE 2 COMMENTS
Former Seattle journalist Dorothy Parvaz is out of Syria, but now is said to be detained in Iran.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
New research pushes back human society in Washington and elsewhere farther in the past than thought. And it seems to wipe away the idea that the Clovis people were the first in North America.READ MORE 7 COMMENTS
New ideas can be helpful. But the only way to implement them and improve police-community relations is for the hard work of leadership to occur.READ MORE 1 COMMENTS
The conductor and co-artistic director, whose profile is rising, talks about the inspiration for the new group that presented its first concert last fall.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
Years ago, King Broadcasting's president was down in Ashland to see some Shakespeare and noticed a Medford reporter. His story sometimes varied, to include a mention of her working part time as a waitress.READ MORE COMMENT NOW