10 min ago | OregonLive.com
For nearly two years, a legislative interim work group and the Senate Education and Workforce Development Committee worked on a structure to allow Oregon's universities to set up institutional boards, providing them with more autonomy, deeper connections with their communities and -- especially -- opportunities for fundraising.
4 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
The 17-year-old shredder from Ashland has been building his own axes and wailing on them since middle school, because "he who dies with the most guitars wins," he says.
8 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
When people ask any of the members of 4 Lazy Dudes what kind of music they play, they are usually surprised when the response is, "a hip-hop group."
12 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Evo's Coffee Lounge customers who consumed a "Radically Free" smoothie from the Ashland coffeehouse between May 17 and June 12 of this year may have been exposed to hepatitis A, Jackson County Health Department officials reported.
16 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
A girl believed to be autistic was walking naked along the shoulder of Interstate 5 early Sunday just north of Ashland, according to the Oregon State Police.
Nearly two-dozen stagecoaches, covered wagons and buggies were lined up early Saturday morning on a Greensprings mountain meadow at the historic Box R Ranch, ready to roll.
That would have been Dick Webb, the Williams Elementary School principal, a great educator and all-around good guy.
After a nearly four-decade career in education, outgoing School District No. 6 Superintendent Randy Gravon likes to joke that he's "been going to school for 56 years."
But that superficial observation instantly melts away when the youthfully energetic members of the rock 'n roll band Rewind - drummer John Morrison, bass guitar player George Gleim and Diane Carter on keyboard - get warmed up.
Compared with other states, Oregon kills it when it comes to top-notch cycling infrastructure, from scenic bikeways to bike boulevards.
In the late '50s, Don Squire purchased a 1951 MG TD - a British sports car he had long admired - for $4,000 from a lot on Central Avenue and Jackson Street.
For a two-week stretch, Ashland poet Amy Miller found something special delivered each day to her mailbox - a poem written on a postcard.
The Oregon Shakespeare Festival is reaching out to support one of the most beloved African American theater companies in the nation with a reading of August Wilson's "Radio Golf," at 7 p.m. Monday, June 24 in the Angus Bowmer Theatre.
North Mountain Park will have a class and walk to teach about edible and medicinal plants from 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at the park's Nature Center, 620 N. Mountain Ave., Ashland.