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Jeff Stanley's keenness for guitar hails from a letter he received in 1988 from a friend in America who wrote that he'd picked up a guitar and was playing rock songs by Canadian band Rush. Stanley was about 16 and living in East Africa with his parents, who worked for the Peace Corps.
They play team-building games in a swimming pool, eat lunch while tied to a friend, puzzle out seemingly impossible challenges and, after the sun goes down, pour out their hearts on stage for all to see.
St. Michael's Catholic Community will host the second annual golf tournament to help raise money for the Jay Henry Scholarship Fund for children of military personnel.
It's a gluten-free support group to teach people how to make the shift to a more healthy diet.
ScienceWorks: The museum, 1500 E. Main St., Ashland, hosts exhibits year-round that explore energy, anatomy, chemistry, perception, motion, engineering and more.
This 1,400-member organization offers non-credit classes on two campuses - the SOU Campbell Campus in Ashland and the RCC-SOU Higher Education Center in Medford.
Auditions for Theatre Convivio's next production, “Alice in Wonderland,” are set for 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Sept.
Some say climate change has already “happened” and there's not much we can do to stop the impacts from storms, drought and sea level rise.
The department submitted the "You Have Options" program to the International Association of Chiefs of Police - a professional organization for law enforcement - in late spring to be considered for the Webber Seavey Award for quality in law enforcement.  "The program takes a victim-centered approach to sexual assault ... (more)
Supporters of a ballot initiative that would require labels on genetically engineered foods will show a documentary and welcome celebrity activists in Ashland this evening.
What with school supplies, haircut, new clothes and other items, it can cost more than $100 to start school in the fall, a financial jolt many working families can't handle.
The deadly adenovirus that has been decimating urban blacktails this summer in Southern Oregon has been discovered in forested areas, worrying biologists that it might be spreading to migratory herds.
With the filing period for local positions closing Thursday, Councilor Pam Marsh finds herself with an opponent and two candidates will run for the seat being vacated by Councilor Dennis Slattery.
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Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:25 am
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