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Accused Theft Suspect Set To Make Plea

Accused theft suspect Sandra Blanco is set to appear in court Jan. 20 and enter a plea According to the Jackson County DA’s Office and the Rogue River Police Dept., Blanco, then an employee at the Rogue River Pharmacy, was the subject of an investigation after store management suspected thefts were going on. The store contacted a Washington-based private security firm, who ran the investigation. Once they had their findings, the investigator notified the RRPD. Then police chief Ken Lewis said the investigator turned over all the reports."We did an investigation of his investigation,” Lewis told The Rogue River Press. “He was very thorough. Moreover, at one point, Ms. Blanco talked about the thefts. Reportedly, these thefts happened while she worked at the pharmacy (Subscribe for full story)


Quayle Wins Twice In Chiefs’ JV Meet

After the hibernation of a couple of weeks when they've had only three school days to practice when the Rogue River area was besieged with snow, the first-ever Chieftain Junior Varsity and Girls Meet seemed to be a good return to wrestling five five area teams at James Martin Court on Sat., Jan. 14. No team scores were recorded for what was an efficiently run tournament in which round-robin "crab" pools were used for six weight classes along with four standard eight-man brackets. Four of the classes were two weight classes into one."We were hoping for a 10-team tournament to keep away from the crab pools, but it turned out well," Rogue River coach Rob Isom said. The Chieftains (Subscribe for full story)


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