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Raiders Crowned Cascade Conference Champions

Raiders Crowned Cascade Conference Champions

Staying true to form, the Southern Oregon volleyball team easily saw off the threat of College of Idaho in three dominating sets to claim the Cascade Conference Tournament Championship this past Saturday at the McNeal Pavilion. The Raiders comprehensive sweep of the Coyotes is the 18th time that Southern Oregon has not dropped a set […]

Marijuana Measures Fail

Marijuana Measures Fail

California’s Proposition 19 and Oregon’s Measure 74 were roasted in the polls early last week, but supporters of marijuana reform laws are confident that the 2012 elections will deliver better results. A Gallup national survey released a week prior to Nov. 2 showed that American’s support for legalizing marijuana reached an all-time high at 46 […]

Program offers students in-the-field experience

Program offers students in-the-field experience

The Wild Rockies Field Institute, which offers college course credit for rigorous in the field outdoor classes, had a representative on campus this week to educate students on the program. The WRFI was created in 1993 and has since had over 700 students in the program. RMFI aims to mix traditional academics with service projects […]

John Kitzhaber wins the race for Oregon governor

John Kitzhaber wins the race for Oregon governor

BY LENNY HOLLAND Chris Dudley has conceded the race for governor to John Kitzhaber. As numbers continue to roll in, Kitzhaber’s lead has been widening over Republican Chris Dudley as the counting continues.  The race has been neck-in-neck all night and day, with leads changing hands and speculation flying. The Oregonian announced Kitzhaber as the […]

Sen. Alan Bates takes the lead in the Oregon Senate race

Sen. Alan Bates takes the lead in the Oregon Senate race

BY LENNY HOLLAND The latest election results show that the race for State Senator in District 3 now has Sen. Alan Bates pulling ahead of challenger Dave Dotterrer. Only 240 votes now separate the two candidates, who have been running a close race as the ballots continue to be counted. The results up until this […]

Students cover southern oregon elections

Students cover southern oregon elections

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Election Night Vote Count

Election Night Vote Count

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National congressional and gubernatorial results favor GOP

National congressional and gubernatorial results favor GOP

The Republican Party has taken control of the House of Representatives but the Senate is still under Democratic control. With 239 decided winners in the House, 218 seats,the margin for a changing of the guard, was easily overcome as the House goes to the GOP. The upset puts an end to a two-year Democratic monopoly […]

Eclectic, complex, noise-filled; Finn Riggins

Eclectic, complex, noise-filled; Finn Riggins

If there is a cosmic soup containing the likes of Built to Spill, Radiohead, Modest Mouse, Pink Floyd and The Beatles, then Finn Riggins is navigating its choppy waters quite well. Originally based in Sun Valley, Idaho, the three members of Finn Riggins met while completing their music degrees at the University of Idaho. Eric […]

Ashland’s Halloween Tops for Tricks and Treats

Ashland’s Halloween Tops for Tricks and Treats