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Ashland council unanimously elects Graham mayor

Ashland has a new mayor. The Ashland City Council unanimously elected council Chair Tonya Graham as mayor Tuesday night to succeed Julie Akins, who resigned effective Jan. 27.

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Rogue Valley Tribune mailing introductory edition to 93,000 addresses

Mailboxes throughout Jackson County will be filled this week with a 12-page broadsheet newspaper introducing the Rogue Valley Tribune to prospective readers. EO Media Group is getting the word out about its Medford-based news site and three-times a week printed paper with a saturation mailing to 93,000 area addresses.

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Free environment, chemistry talk coming to SOU

How can chemistry be utilized to understand human impacts on the environment? That question will be answered during a Friday science seminar hosted by Southern Oregon University assistant professor Chris Babayco, Ph.D., organizers have announced.

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Inner Peace: It’s all concept

Jim Hatton: “I have come to respect and honor them all. I am not here to say they are right or wrong. It is right for all individuals to seek their own path, what is right for them, and what inspires them.”

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Relocations: The rise of Christian Nationalism

Herbert Rothschild: “The erosion of Christian privilege and the concomitant perception of Christian persecution can be dated from the U.S. Supreme Court decisions banning prayer and Bible reading in public schools.”

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Rogue Valley Tribune mailing introductory edition to 93,000 addresses

Mailboxes throughout Jackson County will be filled this week with a 12-page broadsheet newspaper introducing the Rogue Valley Tribune to prospective readers. EO Media Group is getting the word out about its Medford-based news site and three-times a week printed paper with a saturation mailing to 93,000 area addresses.

Read More >

Free environment, chemistry talk coming to SOU

How can chemistry be utilized to understand human impacts on the environment? That question will be answered during a Friday science seminar hosted by Southern Oregon University assistant professor Chris Babayco, Ph.D., organizers have announced.

Read More >

Ashland Folk Collective begins a new era

A concert Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Ashland was a landmark night for local fans of folk music. The show, featuring the Michal Palzewicz Trio and world music band Malinka, was the last to be promoted by Ashland Folk Collective founders Jacqui Aubert and Dan Sherrill before they move to the Philadelphia area.

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Ashland council unanimously elects Graham mayor

Ashland has a new mayor. The Ashland City Council unanimously elected council Chair Tonya Graham as mayor Tuesday night to succeed Julie Akins, who resigned effective Jan. 27.

Read More >

Rogue Valley Tribune mailing introductory edition to 93,000 addresses

Mailboxes throughout Jackson County will be filled this week with a 12-page broadsheet newspaper introducing the Rogue Valley Tribune to prospective readers. EO Media Group is getting the word out about its Medford-based news site and three-times a week printed paper with a saturation mailing to 93,000 area addresses.

Read More >

‘The Play That Goes Wrong’ goes very right at Oregon Cabaret Theatre

How can something that goes so wrong be so right? That’s the intention in “The Play That Goes Wrong,” the opening play for the 2023 season at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre in Ashland. What makes the play amazing and uproariously fun is the googolplex litany of wrong things.

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Free environment, chemistry talk coming to SOU

How can chemistry be utilized to understand human impacts on the environment? That question will be answered during a Friday science seminar hosted by Southern Oregon University assistant professor Chris Babayco, Ph.D., organizers have announced.

Read More >

Ashland Folk Collective begins a new era

A concert Saturday at First United Methodist Church in Ashland was a landmark night for local fans of folk music. The show, featuring the Michal Palzewicz Trio and world music band Malinka, was the last to be promoted by Ashland Folk Collective founders Jacqui Aubert and Dan Sherrill before they move to the Philadelphia area.

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