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Another 'drift-only' day

...from a boat.It wouldn't be the first time permits were used to control boat traffic. Part of Oregon's popular Rogue River has been regulated by federal permit for years, with lottery winners getting the permits. The part of the upper Kenai...

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WHITE CITY, Ore. - Dan Bryant pushes his feet down on the funky piece of plywood, sinking into an upper Rogue River riffle exactly by design.His hands grip rope handles as he floats downstream, triggering tension on the long bungee cord attaching...

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Dorothy May Westphal Gentry

...Dorothy was born May 10, 1921 to McKinley Gentry and Ethel Gentry in Medford, Ore. She grew up on an orchard in the Rogue River Valley, where her father was the foreman. She married young and had five children. She divorced in 1946. While raising...

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Fish Tales: Hubris on a hook a sure way to scare fish

...helps. I still remember the first time I saw hubris dull hooks. My dad and I were fishing the spring run of the mighty Rogue River a decade and a half ago or so with a friend of his named Ken. It was my first time fishing for kings and I had no idea...

http://www.peninsulaclarion.com/stories/071510/fis_629669983.shtml
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Kenai refuge manager headed to new job: West leaving state after 31 years in Alaska

...is not unfamiliar to West, who will be living in the Portland area. He also plans on eventually retiring near the Rogue River region in southern Oregon. "I'm from Oregon originally. My wife was also raised there, and we still have family...

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Federal agencies, tribes work to save ancient art in Umpqua River basin

...from projectile points found along Wildcat Canyon on the Columbia to boulders riddled with carvings at Agness along the Rogue River, Oregon is a state steeped in American Indian history. But time is taking its toll. Less than 7 percent of the state...

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