Starting at 9 a.m., volunteers from United Way of Jackson County and parents from the school constructed a new brick patio, linked up the pieces of a playground dome, pulled weeds and sanded new picnic ...
"Forty-five Seconds from Broadway" doesn't have a plot, and maybe it doesn't need one. It's as if playwright Neil Simon thought up a bunch of subplots without coming up with a main one but didn't let that stop him. The glue that holds the lighthearted, episodic comedy together is Simon's affection for his ...
CENTRAL POINT — A newly formed parent group is hoping to garner enough last-minute votes to land two write-in candidates on the Central Point School District 6 board after Tuesday's ...
Movie star Angelina Jolie made headlines — and fueled a national discussion — last week with her announcement that she had a double-mastectomy to prevent breast cancer because she carried a gene associated with the ...
A man with two out-of-state warrants for his arrest allegedly kidnapped a woman and assaulted her multiple times in a Medford hotel room, police ...
"They slime. They ooze. They kill." No matter how bad the movie is, is it possible to completely detest a movie with a tag line like that? ...
The acorn woodpeckers living in the maple that stretches above my house flew around squawking something that sounded like, "carrot! carrot!" Once they got over their outrage and grief (ah, dreadful anthropomorphism!), they set about creating a new nest ...
The Rogue Valley Council of Governments Senior and Disability Services and Oregon AARP will present the documentary film "Gen Silent" at 7 p.m. Thursday, May 23, at the Smullin Center on the Asante Rogue Regional Medical Center campus in ...
SPOKANE, Wash. — Authorities in hazardous materials suits searched a downtown Spokane apartment Saturday, investigating the recent discovery of a pair of letters containing the deadly poison ...
Master Gardener Sue Amatangelo will talk about creating and caring for container gardens at 3 and 4 p.m. Tuesday, May 21, at the south Medford Grange Co-op, 2531 S. Pacific ...
In a recent column, you discussed disposal of electronic equipment and mentioned in passing that batteries were not good for landfills. How does one properly dispose of batteries (for hearing aids, remotes, CD players, radios, clocks, ...
Nothing will ever completely replace playing the game I love, however I feel like I'm starting a new adventure and I'm genuinely excited about what lies ahead. I'm fortunate to have been given many opportunities throughout my career and now I feel it's my time to give back.
The world's best known footballer was speaking after formally announcing his retirement.
Sheraton Abu Dhabi Resort & Towers
I have spent time at the Sheraton in Abu Dhabi previously, in the restaurants and the tavern pub, but hadn't ...Keep reading
Record Your Vote
Do you take the threat of North Korea seriously?
Oregon TelegraphOregon Telegraph – Oregon News, Weather & Market Reports
Every minute of every day our news editors canvass the issues, and stories making the news to provide our readers with a broad and in-depth coverage of what's happening in the world.
Our first priority is the state. We specialise in Oregon news. From Eugene to Portland, we're on the lookout day and night to keep track of issues making the news. We also strive to keep abreast of national news.
Breaking stories out of the continental United States usually break first on the Oregon Telegraph. Neighbouring states and key cities too often feature on our news pages.
We also provide a whole lot of other content you'd expect from any newspaper including international sports coverage and local Oregon weather forecasts.
We also provide readers with an opportunity to engage in newsmaking by voting on major stories in the news, and following how other readers are viewing the issues. Our news polls are regularly updated, and attract thousands of voters over each week they're conducted.
Our business writers too work hard to keep you abreast of what's happening in the markets, not only in the U.S. but across the globe. We work around the clock to post stories from major financial centers like Tokyo, Paris, London, and of course New York, where we have extensive coverage of the major indices, particularly the Dow Jones, Nasdaq, S&P and Russell 2000.
ST. LOUIS, MO U.S. researchers have developed a new fast-acting drug against malaria that appears to avoid the problem with current medicines, which often lose their effectiveness against increasingly drug-resistant strains of malaria parasites, called Plasmodium.
Scientists say the new malaria medicine may have a decisive edge against this persistent tropical-world killer.
Michael Riscoe of Oregon Health and Science University, in the U.S. Northwest, says the new drug, known as ELQ-300, targets the mitochondria -- energy-producing structures in the parasite's cells -- and the DNA building blocks they produce.
A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) x A chemical model of ELQ-300. (Image courtesy of Michael Riscoe) "So the Plasmodium mitochondrion serves as a factory to make these DNA building blocks, but this is completely blocked by ELQ-300," explains Riscoe. "Studies show that the drug acts very quickly to shut down this process. In fact, (in) only about 10 minutes.rdquo;
Perhaps the biggest obstacle in the fight against malaria, Riscoe adds, is the Plasmodium parasite's ability to mutate and develop resistance to each new drug used against the disease. ...
- Masked gunman robs Portland marijuana dispensary www.privateofficer.com
- Photos Halifax downs Portland at Memorial Cup
- Oregon family’s sawmill fails as logs way of life dwindle
- Camilo Sanvezzo’s fancy moves can’t save Whitecaps from a 2-2 draw against Portland
- Cassandra Darrah UW fall to Oregons home-run power
- The Hangover actor engaged
- Mohammed bin Rashid briefed on Dubais Health Strategy
- Health Insurance in America Legalized Extortion
- Sport picture of the day David Beckham bows out in Paris
- Health Undersecretary opens workshop
- William-Kate gnome statues to raise money for kids
- Hindus living dangerously in Balochistan
- Pakistani woman politician shot dead
- Lifestyle Facebook blocks social suicide app
- Gardens in the sky
- Did The Oprah Winfrey Show make O.J. Simpson snap
- Hindu temples Bollywood and a Yemeni citys India ties
- The Hangover actor engaged
- Lifestyle Facebook blocks social suicide app
- Law Minister Kapil Sibal speaks to Sports Minister Jitendra Singh proposes anti-fixing law
- Americans happier with economic figures
- Famous New York artists bring huge prices
- Angelina Jolie Proves Medical Care Saves Lives -- If You Can Get It
- Benghazi Crossfire Can White House And State Dept. Dodge Their Own Bullet Talking Points
- Why Enterprise Is Avoiding Windows 8
- Financial paper hacked by Syrians
- Bitcoiners rally to enlighten Washington
- Bitcoins Rollercoaster Ride is Not Slowing Down
- Two small quakes rumble off California coast
- Mumbai Police seize Sreesanths phones laptops data cards
Subscribe to our Newsletter
Get the latest Oregon Telegraph headlines delivered to your inbox.
- Volunteers come out in droves
- A comedic performance true to Neil Simons vision
- Central Point faction pushing for School Board write-in candidates
- Providence breast center offers testing for rare gene mutation
- Police Kidnapped woman assaulted for days in local hotel