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Wright Moves Into Principal's Office

1In a relatively short career in education, Jamie Wright saw enough to be burned out out of the business early on, but eventually saw the elements of the things she thought education could be. Wright, who has spent this school year as the vice principal at Rogue River Junior/Senior High (RRJSHS), was officially named the school's principalon May 4. "The year has been amazing," Wright said lastweek, about a week after she had received word that she had been selected as RRJSHS's first full-time principal following Jesse Pershin's resignation to work at North Medford High School in June, 2015. After Pershin left,Wright, who was Dean of (Subscribe for full story)


RRPD Welcomes New Officer

2The Rogue River Police Department (RRPD) is now at full staff, after Officer Nate Staller graduated from police basic training at the Oregon Department of Public Safety Academy in Salem. Staller took part in a 16-week-long training program, Chief Ken Lewis said. Corporal Chris Snyder, Mayor Pan Van Arsdale and city councilors Don Daugherty and Shelli Spencer attended the graduation ceremony. Along with Lewis and Snyder, Staller will be joining Robert Buren and Donnie Jordan, as well as police reservist John Foster. "It's a good feeling, having full staffing," Lewis said. "It's been nine years since we've been up to full staffing. It's been a challenge, working like this and dealing with our case load.Having Nate here will be a (Subscribe for full story)




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