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Law Enforcement Helps Guide Torch Run

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CENTRAL POINT, Ore.– The torch for this year’s Oregon Special Olympics is being passed on for its next leg of a 270 mile journey. Law enforcement agencies in Jackson County are just finishing up with the Southern Oregon Olympians who carried the torch 17 miles. Newswatch12’s Kirstin O’Connor was with the runners as they were wrapping up.