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3 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
If it felt face-pummelingly cold in Ashland over the weekend, there's a good reason: The temperature fell to minus 3 degrees overnight Sunday and Monday, the second coldest temperature ever recorded there.
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8 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Friday, 12:56 p.m. - 68-year-old man charged with trespassing on the 200 block of N. Pioneer Street.
Because of icy road conditions, riders on Rogue Valley Transportation District buses should expect delays of 20 minutes or longer at all transit stops, RVTD announced today on its website.
Arts organizations and civic groups took it on the chin from Mother Nature this weekend, with several holiday events getting knocked out by a one-two punch of snow and ice.
Editor's note: Light One Candle is an annual series sponsored by the Mail Tribune that focuses on an individual, group or agency that could use a helping hand during the holiday season.
You told us that Ashland lit up 1 million lights last Friday for the holiday season.
As of 4:30 p.m. today 100 vehicle crashes had been reported on state highways in Jackson and Josephine counties, according to an official from the Oregon Department of Transportation.
FIRST FRIDAY MEANS ART: The First Friday art walk in Ashland's downtown and Railroad District runs from from 5 to 8 p.m. Art walk maps are available at the galleries and the Ashland Chamber of Commerce.
Winter sports fans and the local industries that cater to them are hoping this cold and wet storm that moved into Southern Oregon today jump-starts a lagging snowpack that has skiers and snowmobilers idle.
Two dozen protesters outside Wendy's in Ashland Thursday called for raising the minimum wage to $15, arguing that workers could then pay the rent, get off food stamps, have disposable income and boost the local economy.
Organik Time Machine has been off the Southern Oregon grid for the past year - its busiest yet - while the electronic rock fusion band was on its first national tour, which included performances at noteworthy venues such as The Delancey in New York City, the Red Square in Albany, N.Y., and The Wonder Bar Nightclub in Boston.
New exhibits highlight the First Friday art walk in Ashland's downtown and Railroad District.
The four-part a cappella quartet, along with comedy quartet Delusions of Grandeur, will present "Poultry in Paradise," a performance of wacky comedy, silly jokes, parodies and singing at 2 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, in Carpenter Hall, 44 S. Pioneer St., Ashland.