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Deupree Auctioneers: liquidation May 11, 2013- 10:00 A.M.

Auction: May 11, 2013- 10:00 A.M.                                         5630 Crater Lake Avenue, Medford Oregon Complete Liquidation of Aluminum Boat Company Tools, Equipment, Inventory and Supplies For Combined Transport Company                                        Deupree Auctioneers 541-840-6218 Stan Deupree Auctioneer Equipment: Hyster 50- Propane with solid Tires, Accurpress 717512 (175 ton press), 3- Miller CP-200 Mig Welders- 3 Phase, 3- Miller C-250TS […]

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Quarter Circle Seven Cattle Company and Big R Stores Team Roping.

Team Roping 6/1/2013 Quarter Circle Seven Cattle Compnay and Big R Stores Team Roping. Sign up 8:00 am For more info: Wes Harden 541-482-6885 Steve Millard 541-944-2822 Lyn 541-944-9549 Penny 541-601-6162

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the boys at the BBB&G

  The judge convened the meeting and threw it out to Rowdy to explain what all the excitement was about.  “Well, Judge, I seen where they is gonna force all of us to buy this here insurance.  I gots just a couple of questions about that.”  He paused for effect, then continued, “first what the […]

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The Boys at the BBB&G

    It was near to noon when the boys began gathering at the Buffalo Breath Bar & Grill.  The judge was the first one through the door, as was his usual. Soon the door opened and Rowdy busted in, out of breath and carrying a handful of newspaper.  “We got to do something, Judge.  […]

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Coming soon–watch for it

coming to these pages soon, the boys at the Buffalo Breath Bar & Grill will take a light-hearted look at some of the tougher issues of the day.Join the Judge as he presides in the courtroom at the BBB&G, solving the problems of the day.  The preacher will be there, as will Rowdy, Coyote Jones, […]

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Farmers markets staying open for winter months

The bounty of locally grown Oregon agricultural products is usually in full bloom in late spring, summer, and early fall. But that has not discouraged several farmers’ markets throughout the state from opening the doors well into November with some operating all through the winter months. For those markets, their vendors, and their customers, the season is ripe with the opportunity to provide […]

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Hunting season is getting close now

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Is that working for you?

Catering to the ‘don’t cut’ crowd is not working   ‘Don’t cut the trees.” That’s what conservationists said when some Oregon members of Congress proposed increasing timber harvests. The conservationists effectively killed the proposal. Now Gov. John Kitzhaber is trying to put together a group to craft a bill that will pass. The original proposal […]

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Southwest Oregon Hay Growers Association drafts bylaws

Sarah Dinsdale of Grants Pass is the first president of the Southwest Oregon Hay Growers Association (SWHGA).  Dinsdale was elected during an organizational meeting Monday, April 16.  The meeting was held via video conferencing.  Shelby Filley, OSU, facilitated the meeting from Roseburg. Along with Dinsdale, Richard Lounsberry became the new vice President, Jerry May is […]

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