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Dick Fosbury's Ground-Breaking Flop. Where Past Meets Present, Page 239

Dick Fosbury creator of the "Fosbury Flop"

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Danny Miles: Winning Coach in Basketball and life. Where Past Meets Present, Page 236

A most successful coach - in basketball and life

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Bill and Florence Schneider. Where Past Meets Present, Page 149

Long time Philanthropists with generous donations to many worth while organisations.

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Lincoln Savage of Savage Creek. Where Past Meets Present, Page 203

Abraham Lincoln Savage son of James and Margaret Anne Savage was an educator/botanist in both Jackson and Josephine counties.

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The 1959 Ashland Wildfire. Where Past Meets Present, Page 185

From two small fires into a large conflagration.

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The Early Days of Cars in the Valley. Where Past Meets Present, Page 3

The first cars in the valley. Elmer Elwood, Albert Allen, William Hodson and Randolph Collier

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Dogs for the Deaf. Where Past Meets Present, Page 151

Dogs for the Deaf a nonprofit that trains dogs to be service animals for various needs.

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Lost Creek Lake (and Jess Dam). Where Past Meets Present, Page 198

History of the "Rogue Basin Flood Control and Water Resources Association" and the development of Lost Creek Lake,

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KMED and Bill and Blanche Virgin: southern Oregons radio pioneers. Where Past Meets Present, Page 75

Radio stations KFAY and KMED. Developed by William "Bill" Jackson Virgin and his wife Blanche Virgin and Robert Ruhl.

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The Oregon Caves. Where Past Meets Present, Page 140

Discovered by Elijah Davidson in 1874. With the completion of hiway 46 in 1922 Oregon Caves became a tourist destination.

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The Table Rocks. Where Past Meets Present, Page 131

History of Upper and Lower Table Rocks

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The history of Harry and David (and Bear Creek Corporation). Where Past Meets Present, Page 95

Bear Creek Corporation developed by Harry and David Holmes

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U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Lab. Where Past Meets Present, Page 37

U. S Fish and Wildlife Service Forensics Lab. Terry Grosz and Ken Goddard involved.

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The 2002 Busicuit Fire. Where Past Meets Present, Page 194

On July 13, 2002 southwestern Oregon suffered one of the worst fires in recorded history.

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Snider's Dairy: Medford's first commercial dairy. Where Past Meets Present, Page 88

History and development of Snider's Dairy by John and Maude Snider.

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The Grange Co-op. Where Past Meets Present, Page 92

From its humble beginnings with ninty nine members to a large and diversified corporation.

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The 1997 Ashland New Year's Day Flood. Where Past Meets Present, Page 191

The "New Year's Day Flood" one of the worst floods in history.

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Rogue Valley International Medford Airport. Where Past Meets Present, Page 17

Progression frpmNewell Barber Field started in 1922 to the present airport.

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Southern Oregon's John Day: Larger than Life. Where Past Meets Present, Page 248

Local Rancher / world athlele

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Interstate 5 (I5). Where Past Meets Present, Page 7

History of the development of interstate 5 through Oregon

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The Carpenters and Their Foundation. Where Past Meets Present, Page 157

Alfred and Leonard Carpenter founded the Carpenter Foundation.

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The Golden Bank and house of C. C. Beekman. Where Past Meets Present, Page 58

History of C. C. Beekman his businesses and home in Jacksonville.

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Wildlife Images. Where Past Meets Present, Page 163

J. David Siddon founder of Wildlife Images. A wildlife rehabilation facility located in Grants Pass Oregon.

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Rogue Community College. Where Past Meets Present, Page 14

Rogue Community College spanning Josephine and Jackson counties

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The D'Autremont brothers and the old west's last train robbery . Where Past Meets Present, Page 51

Hugh, Roy and Ray D'Autremont were the last train robbers. Forensic scientist Edward O. "The Wizard" Heinrich profiled the case and made predictions that lead to their capture and incarceration.

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