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|Thursday, June 24, 2010|
History repeats itself as people from around the country travel to Oregon for their chance to strike it rich.
The prospect of gold entices miners to the Rogue River, despite permitting requirements and the investment of mining equipment, which can run upwards of $10,000.
Read the full story at the Mail Tribune.
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