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Ashland School District

Truth to Power speaks to Ashland

The Truth to Power club at Ashland High School, a group of about 25 students, looks at the challenges of the world and asks themselves what they can do.

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Community

Downtown Ashland filled for Women’s Wave and SOPride Parade

Ashland Plaza was the pivot point for a pair of large gatherings Saturday, the first the “Women’s Wave” starting at 10 a.m, then the SOPride parade that began at noon at the Ashland Public Library, came down Siskiyou Boulevard and Main Street to the Plaza, then headed up Winburn Way to Butler Bandshell in Lithia Park.

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Community

Gina DuQuenne: So proud of SO Pride

“We’re going to have tons of fun,” declared Gina DuQuenne about Saturday’s resumption of the Southern Oregon Pride Festival Parade in Ashland after a two-year break due to COVID-19. The parade is set to step off at noon from in front of the Ashland Public Library and make its way to Butler Bandshell in Lithia Park. Another event, “Women’s Wave 2020,” is planned for Ashland Plaza from 10 a.m. to noon.

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Economy

BottleDrop Express center opens at Shop’n Kart

The 4,500 BottleDrop account holders in the Ashland area now have a local drop-off option. Instead of taking green bags to Medford for redemption, they can now take them to Shop’n Kart in Ashland, where they can also purchase bags, print stickers and withdraw cash from their account.

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Community

Peace, love, kindness and Curtis Reliford

Anyone walking or driving around Ashland in recent weeks has likely seen a double-truck covered with signs promoting peace, love and joy, and its intention to deliver food, clothes and building materials to the Hopi Reservation. Curtis Meliford, originally from Louisiana, and now a resident of Santa Cruz, explains how he came to work on “being the change we wish to see in the world.”

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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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