Pictured above: Balloons soar overhead Medford, OR and the Rogue River Valley.
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It's always interesting to see which articles on our site attract the most readership. This year the winners roughly fit into several categories: the best places to live, the worst places/aspects, tax and budget related, and reviews and comparisons of particular towns and regions. We'll list the top 3 here, but to see all 20 please follow this link
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If you have dreamed of living in a planned, new urban community, you might not have to go too far to find one. Columbia consists of 10 self-contained villages that attract all types of people from young professionals to retirees (in a community within the community). Money Magazine rates it a top 10 place to live.
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Located on the Rogue River in the center of an outstanding area for growing fruit (after all, this is Harry and David's town), Medford offers an interesting, vital town. There is plenty to do in town, and the outdoor recreation is tops too. The climber is much dryer than near the coast.
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