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Cynthia Rider, the executive director of Oregon Shakespeare Festival since 2013, will soon leave that job after an interim director is named, OSF announced Friday. [Read More]
Working on a $46,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, crews from the Ashland-based Siskiyou Mountain Club are repairing 60 miles of trails damaged in... [Read More]
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Working on a $46,000 grant from the Oregon Community Foundation, crews from the Ashland-based Siskiyou Mountain Club are repairing 60 miles of trails damaged in... [Read More]
His three children raised and his longtime publishing company, White Cloud, a success in the field of spiritual literature, Ashland publisher Steve Scholl is bidding... [Read More]
His three children raised and his longtime publishing company, White Cloud, a success in the field of spiritual literature, Ashland publisher Steve Scholl is bidding... [Read More]
Shopkeeper Ken Silverman, 66, wants to retire and his Ashland landmark Nimbus, perhaps the last store standing on the Ashland Plaza from the 1970s, is... [Read More]
Some two dozen protesters on Monday chanted, did street theater and gave speeches in front of Ashland's Chase Bank, charging that JPMorgan Chase is a... [Read More]
At a romping, sunny, Friday afternoon pizza party, a group of Southern Oregon University students released their report on the Jordan Cove Energy Project and... [Read More]
The Ashland City Council is back up to its full strength with the selection of Stephen Jensen to replace Traci Darrow, who resigned because she... [Read More]
Ashland's older population is growing, with 46.6 percent of residents over age 50. Federal support for aging is waning, with Social Security and Medicare under... [Read More]
In the burgeoning "gig economy" where temporary, freelance jobs become more common than years of steady employment, workers trying to get a lot of work... [Read More]
For its 50th birthday, "Hair," that once-controversial, irrepressible tribal love-rock musical, is getting a lively and joyful production by students of Ashland High School with... [Read More]
In a field school called "Loving the Land," dozens of fourth and fifth graders broke out of classrooms for five hours Friday and, amid much... [Read More]
Deedie Runkel, longtime owner of Anne Hathaway's Bed and Breakfast, is a writer and natural-born storyteller, one who loves interaction with people and — before... [Read More]
The secret to being a great barber, says 77-year-old Vern Cordier, of Modern Barber Shop in Ashland, is to take your time, do it right... [Read More]
A World Peace Flame is coming to Ashland in September, to be installed at the new Thalden Pavilion and to serve as meeting point, whether... [Read More]
Dedicated to "outrageous innovation in sustainability and the arts," Southern Oregon University's sweeping, daring, angular Thalden Pavilion got its official launch Friday before a celebratory... [Read More]
Ashland residents are recalling the life, magic and humor of their days in the 1970s with television personality Harry Anderson, who went on to fame... [Read More]
The 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Drama announced Monday went to "Cost of Living" by Martyna Majok, a play that headlined the Ashland New Plays Festival... [Read More]
The space-cramped Ashland Community Food Co-op is on the verge of buying a huge, spacious piece of bare land 100 yards north of its busy... [Read More]
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