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1 hr ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Trinity Episcopal Church will hold its Evening Celtic Mass at 5 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15, at 44 N. Second St., Ashland.
Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
Do You Know the NRA?
2 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
It's a notion dear to the hearts of English professors everywhere: Imagine a well-known story from the point of view of a different character.
6 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Ashland resident Karen Jeffery has created a calendar featuring photos of Ashland to help raise money for local nonprofit organizations.
10 hrs ago | The Ashland Daily Tidings
Playwright Tom Dudzick's funny and serious 1990 play "Greetings" shows us what can happen when a working-class, religious family finds itself at odds with ideas that are independent of tradition.
14 hrs ago | Medford Mail Tribune
Thousands of pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables and other food items are staying out of the trash and going straight to people in need, thanks to the help of one Ashland woman.
After moving to Southern Oregon from Minneapolis in 2011, Risling, a longtime sideman with the Lamont Cranston Blues Band, decided to take a turn as frontman.
Southern Oregon vintners expect some damage from the recent cold snap, but they'll have to wait a bit to learn the extent.
FASTURN COMMUNITY SEW: Make quilts, pillowcases and children's and babies' items for charity from 9 a.m. to noon Wednesdays at Fasturn, 3859 S. Stage Road, Medford.
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.
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.