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Chieftain Football Future

The Rogue River Junior-Senior High School middle-school-level football team played its fifth and final game of the season against local rival Hanby at Chieftain Stadium Wed., Oct. 19. The Chieftains, some of whom may be on next year's Rogue River High varsity team, played an eight-man football schedule, and had victories against Butte Falls and Prospect. Both Rogue River High's varsity team and middle-school-level team each won home games at Chieftain Stadium this fall (Subscribe for full story)


Gold Hill Ghost Stories Something Haunts Gold Hill

The Beeman-Martin House, where the Gold Hill Historical Society maintains the community’s museum, is reportedly haunted. Accord-ing to Janet Sessions, the house has a resident ghost and his name is Willie. “Some accounts tell of a worker named William who was found dead in one of the rooms,” she said. “Since we’ve been here, things have been known to happen.” Some members have stories of hearing voices and footsteps as well as seeing things flying off the shelves. Sessions said that Willie has never done anything “mean or violent” to anyone. “He’s a bit mischievous,” she said. “I think he likes to have fun with us.” Last fall, as GHHS volunteers were preparing the mu-seum for the annual haunted (Subscribe for full story)


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