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John Nilsen Christmas concerts: Pianist John Nilsen will perform his third annual Christmas concert series today through Friday, Dec. 17-20, at several venues in the Rogue Valley.
Jade Greene thought her sister was joking when she got a call on Saturday morning as she headed out the door for an art show at Briscoe School in Ashland.
Rogue Valley mom and pop retailers shook off the icicles and welcomed a second rush of Christmas shoppers this weekend.
That's the same as a week ago and down 2 cents in a month. It's 5 cents higher than the national average.
Audiences never tire of the Scrooge story, as evidenced by the various iterations that pop up every year during this season in theaters all around the country.
Ashland author Richard Seidman is using a creative method to get his children's book about a soccer-playing mouse published before the 2014 World Cup.
The Ashland City Council may create a committee that would develop a beautification plan for the town, with projects funded by hotel tax money.
Birds are great allies when it comes to controlling insects in our gardens. Several species stay around all winter, and to encourage that, here are some tips about what they need on these cold winter days.
It took less than five years for the five Food Projects of Jackson County to collect more than 1 million pounds of food for hungry people in Southern Oregon.
Editor's note: We asked readers to send us their most memorable moments since the freeze began on Dec. 6. It all started last Friday afternoon, when a fire sprinkler pipe burst at Royal Oak Retirement and flooded the offices and resident manager apartment.
Barkdull and Miles Friday sold to M.V. Barnett of Los Angeles for $18,000 to the F.L. Heath ranch near Eagle Point once sold to Ad Wolgast for $17,000, the ex-lightweight king reneging on the deal.
Kids seem never to tire of sledding, but grown-ups eventually need a break from the cold.
Using salt to curb snow and ice buildup on the Siskiyou Pass may be cutting the number of traffic accidents in half and significantly reducing delays and road closures, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.